Devils Due Reviews

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All Cheerleaders Die
Available On VOD
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Afflicted
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Stage Fright
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Wolf Creek 2
The Long Awaited Sequel!
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Had Devil's Due been shot traditionally, it probably would be pretty good. It's got a pair of likable leads, a fairly fast pace, and a "modern Rosemary's Baby" flair that is refreshing from MORE
01/21/14
Perhaps the sole bright spot in the otherwise disappointing recent horror anthology V/H/S was “10/31/98”, the concluding segment of that film that featured some truly horrific moments and wonderful MORE
01/17/14
I had high hopes for DEVIL’S DUE. The feature length debut of Radio Silence, the filmmaking collective that literally brought the house down in V/H/S‘ final segment, was without a doubt something to MORE
01/17/14
Let’s get the bad stuff out of the way first. It’s incredibly hard to sustain a found footage feature, especially a studio one where there’s more money at stake and there might not be very much MORE
01/17/14
Okay, maybe a “found footage” riff on the Rosemary’s Baby formula wasn’t such a good idea. With Devil’s Due, an Antichrist-driven fright flick from 20th Century Fox (the studio that MORE
01/17/14
For a while, DEVIL’S DUE gets by on the idea that Zach McCall (Zach Gilford) wants to capture every notable moment of his newly married life with Sam (Allison Miller). This includes shooting the sights of MORE
01/17/14
As usual: what was once the domain of indie filmmakers with more creativity than cash has become dominated by the major distributors. We're talking about "found footage horror," a storytelling gimmick MORE
01/17/14
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