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Of the Devil

USA 2022
produced by
Jarrett Furst, Clint Carney, Suzan Jones, Kelton Jones, James Cullen Bressack (executive) for Dancing Dead Guy Films, Sandaled Kid Productions
directed by Kelton Jones
starring Jonathan Stoddard, Daniela Palavecino, Eileen Dietz, Vernon Wells, Robert LaSardo, Roslyn Gentle, Vicki Gunvalson, Lucas Sequeira, Kelton Jones, Devanny Pinn, Judith Smiley, Robi Austin, Annabel Barrett, Clint Carney, Heidi Carney, Otis Johnson, Dekland Jones, Zeke Jones, Colin Koth, Manuel Rafael Lozano, Allie Parker, Tarina Pouncy, Gustavo Ram, Hope Raymond, Ron Sequeira, Kaylith Von Kola
story by James Cullen Bressack, screenplay by Kelton Jones, music by Zeke Jones, special effects by Sota FX, visual effects supervisor: Clint Carney

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Ben (Jonathan Stoddard) and Norma (Daniela Palavecino) are in deep shock when they learn their son Alex (Lucas Sequeira) suffers from a brain tumor and has at best months to live. But then their well-meaning neighbour June (Eileen Dietz) tells them about a surgeon (Robert LaSardo) in Mexico who performs some alternative medicine or something, and since they have nothing to lose, Ben drives his son to Mexico - to find out that this "alternative medicine" actually resembles a Satanic ritual more than anything else - and Alex doesn't survive the ritual. However, when Ben arrives home with the boy's body, he's suddenly alive again and better than in a long time. But from here on weird things start to happen, like Ben's dementia-struck mother (Judith Smiley) starting to talk again after years of silence, but being dead afraid of Alex, Alex starts to kill birds, hiding their carcasses everywhere in his room, and there are frequent apparitions of Alex's real dad (Ron Sequeira), who has died years ago (technically Ben is only Alex's uncle who has married his mother though after after his dad's death). Then Ben's mum dies, and it might be suicide but the police suspects murder. But things really get out of control when Alex kills neighbour June's dog and wears his fur as a unholy costume. Eventually, Ben and Norma turn to the local priest (Vernon Wells) for an exorcism - but will that really help, and isn't it much too late?


A nice piece of slowburn horror that does a great job keeping one guessing throughout, feeding the audience only parts of the story until the very end and that doesn't go out of its way to explain everything away, instead lets the atmosphere speak for itself. But despite its reliance on a feel of unease, the film has its carefully placed shock scenes throughout, and an ending that's bound to surprise one and creep one out. And a strong ensemble cast makes sure the film comes to life and stays grounded just fine for some cool genre entertainment.


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