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Devil

6/10
Thriller . Mystery . Horror
 

A group of people trapped in a elevator realize that the devil is among them.

 
Actors: Bojana Novaković , Jacob Vargas , Chris Messina , Bokeem Woodbine , Logan Marshall-Green , Bojana Novakovic , Jenny O'Hara , Vincent Laresca , Zoie Palmer , Caroline Dhavernas , Joshua Peace , Matt Craven
Directors: John Erick Dowdle
Country: USA
Release: 2010-09-17
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  • Tirdad Derakhshani

    Guaranteed to keep you on tenterhooks from beginning to end - and without much gore. Dowdle and company trade in the usual trappings of the genre for a tantalizing blend of tension, suspense, and mystery.

    Philadelphia Inquirer Full Review
  • Ben Sachs

    The great cinematographer Tak Fujimoto has the time of his life on this low-budget horror feature, playing with dolly shots, abrupt zooms, and negative space inside the widescreen frame, and the fun is infectious.

    Chicago Reader Full Review
  • John P. McCarthy

    There are a sufficient number of jolts thanks to quick edits and sound effects, plus the script's efficient structure.

    Boxoffice Magazine Full Review
  • Dennis Harvey

    Devil is nothing very special or original, but it gets the job done briskly and economically.

    Variety Full Review
  • Adam Markovitz

    A pocket-size supernatural thriller that plays a bit like Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians" retold by an unstable Sunday School teacher.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Roger Moore

    Devil is the sort of story Rod Serling would have taken for a spin in "The Twilight Zone," back in the day. Shyamalan came up with the idea, produced it and got others to script and direct this 76 minute exercise in movie minimalism.

    Orlando Sentinel Full Review
  • Nick Pinkerton

    Devil is a Night Gallery reject worth experiencing only to gape at a "spirituality" that falls somewhere between Dostoyevsky and Jack Chick, and to laugh that such daring feats of narrative illogic were undertaken with a straight face.

    L.A. Weekly Full Review
  • Robert Abele

    By the time the patented Shyamalan Extra-Strength Third Act Twist is revealed, being asked to care about fate, redemption and forgiveness when a satan-in-an-elevator gimmick hasn't delivered is like getting medicinal aftertaste from what should have been a box of delectably fiery Red Hots.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Jeannette Catsoulis

    A serviceable burst of high-end hokum, Devil classes up a flimsy, religion-themed plot (by M. Night Shyamalan) with the kind of limber cinematography only someone like Tak Fujimoto can deliver.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Marc Savlov

    In the end, Devil feels like an ingenious short film pumped up for theatrical release. Shyamalan's story is sound, but the execution dragged me to hell and left me there wondering if his much-rumored sequel to "Unbreakable" was ever going to arrive.

    Austin Chronicle Full Review
  • James Berardinelli

    Devil will do little to dispel the growing belief that Shyamalan is a one-trick pony whose horse has keeled over. The laughter during the trailer was sadly prescient; the film is a joke.

    ReelViews Full Review
  • Eric Hynes

    Devil packs a lot of business into 80 brisk minutes but is shockingly short on fun or fright.

    Movieline Full Review
  • Scott Tobias

    Perhaps someday, in the greatest twist of all, Shyamalan will be remembered as the Hitchcock of the early 21st century. Until then, movies like Devil will be misunderstood as schlock.

    The A.V. Club Full Review
  • Drew Toal

    This is the sort of cut-rate cinematic Cheez Whiz that gives religious horror movies a bad name. Still, at least it's not "The Last Airbender."

    Time Out New York Full Review
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  • lying

  • deception

  • stabbed with glass

  • stabbed in the neck

  • murder

  • corpse

  • desperation

  • breaking through a wall

  • firefighter

  • hanged woman

  • crucifix

  • red

  • head twisted backwards

  • neck breaking

  • cell phone

  • intercom

  • fiance

  • satchel

  • investigation

  • sole black character dies cliche

  • surveillance footage

  • repairman

  • punched in the face

  • punched in the stomach

  • head butt

  • fight

  • coughing blood

  • flashback

  • car crash

  • thrown through a windshield

  • forgiveness

  • blood on shirt

  • arrest

  • disappearance

  • eyes different color

  • gold digger

  • confession

  • upside down camera shot

  • reference to satan

  • security camera

  • voice over narration

  • falling to death

  • body landing on a car

  • falling from height

  • broken window

  • broken mirror

  • philadelphia pennsylvania

  • police detective

  • diner

  • reformed alcoholic

  • note

  • apology

  • death of wife

  • office building

  • thief

  • stolen wallet

  • salesman

  • character repeating someone else's dialogue

  • suspicion

  • suspense

  • manipulation

  • film starts with a quote

  • title appears in text

  • title spoken by narrator

  • one day

  • ex convict

  • characters killed one by one

  • scam artist

  • afghanistan veteran

  • ex marine

  • mechanic

  • lawyer

  • back wound

  • power outage

  • walkie talkie

  • supernatural power

  • electrocution

  • falling down an elevator shaft

  • killed in an elevator

  • driver's license

  • envelope

  • prayer

  • rosary

  • rain

  • pepper spray

  • subjective camera

  • slow motion

  • part of trilogy

  • first of trilogy

  • cityscape

  • upside down view

  • flickering light

  • narrated by character

  • buffing floor

  • starts with narration

  • fall to death

  • falling object

  • stuck in elevator

  • severed jugular vein

  • lights out

  • hanged by the neck

  • mysterious death

  • circular saw

  • long take

  • glass shard

  • hitchcockian

  • stabbed in throat

  • blood on ceiling

  • faked suicide

  • back from the dead

  • slasher

  • slasher flick

  • slasher killer

  • tools

  • assault

  • blackout

  • socialite

  • businessman

  • hit and run victim

  • head twisted around

  • sole survivor

  • death

  • suicide

  • security guard

  • hit and run

  • devil

  • trapped in an elevator

  • claustrophobia

  • throat slitting

  • elevator

  • bite mark

  • sponsor

  • alcoholics anonymous

  • death of family

  • drunk driver

  • sin

  • religion

  • maintenance man

  • elevator shaft

  • mirror

  • blood

  • one word title

  • death of child

  • death of son

  • title spoken by character

  • surprise ending

  • unsubtitled foreign language