Devil's Due

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"The Devil Always Gets His Due."
  • R
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 29 min
  • 4.2  (17,767)
  • 34

Devil's Due is a found-footage horror movie released in 2014, directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. The film follows the story of a newlywed couple, Zach (Zach Gilford), and Samantha (Allison Miller), who, after their honeymoon, begin to experience strange and terrifying events. The movie starts off with footage of the couple's wedding, but things quickly turn dark when their taxi driver, while taking them to their hotel, drives them to an abandoned building, insisting it's their destination. Inside the building, they are subjected to a satanic ritual.

After this incident, strange things start happening. Samantha begins to have vivid nightmares, leaving her feeling tired and drained the next morning. She starts to crave raw meat, has aggressive mood swings, and finds herself constantly drawn to a community of people practicing satanic rituals.

As Samantha's behavior becomes more erratic, Zach starts to film the bizarre occurrences happening around them. However, the couple soon discovers that the supernatural entities they are dealing with are far more powerful than they ever imagined.

The movie primarily focuses on Samantha's possession, with Zach attempting to help her come to terms with what's going on. They start by seeing a doctor, but when that fails, they turn to a local priest for an exorcism.

Throughout the film, the couple uncovers more about the satanic cult that has become obsessed with Samantha and their unborn child. The cult believes that Samantha's child will be the Antichrist and they will stop at nothing to ensure its birth. The movie succeeds in building suspense by putting the couple in increasingly dangerous situations and keeping the audience guessing until the very end.

The scares in Devil's Due come from both the supernatural elements and the creeping sense of dread that lingers throughout the movie. It's also effective in building tension and fear with the found-footage format, which includes shaky camerawork and jarring cutaways.

The film's strong point is the performances of the actors. Allison Miller delivers an intense and believable portrayal of a woman undergoing possession while Zach Gilford's naturalistic portrayal of an increasingly desperate and frightened husband is equally compelling.

Overall, Devil's Due is a solid horror movie that relies on strong performances and the found-footage technique to explore the notion of demonic possession. The film manages to build a sense of unease and dread throughout, which makes it well worth watching for fans of the genre.

Devil's Due is a 2014 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 29 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.2 and a MetaScore of 34.

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