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The Devil Inside (Blu-ray)

Released on 16 July 2012

Featuring: Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman & Evan Helmuth

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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In 1989, emergency responders received a 9-1-1 call from Maria Rossi confessing to three brutal murders. The courts found her insane, but something else found her first. Twenty years later, her daughter Isabella's search for answers leads her to an exorcism by two rogue priests, revealing that her mother is possessed by four powerful demons. Now, Isabella must face pure evil or forsake her soul. Discover why The Devil Inside is the movie critics call "evil in its purest form".

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 sadly, you cant gave zero stars

| | See all tubbsofun's reviews (7)

i was so looking forward to this film and after finally seeing it, the devil inside was the biggest disappointment. before seeing it i though 80 minutes was quite short but when sat in the cinema, it couldnt end soon enough. story line is weak, acting was very average, scare factor was poor at best and most parts were very predictable. over all a very bad movie.

 IT'S ONLY HALF A FILM!

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The film is set up with the now "seen it all before" found footage that The Blair With and The Paranormal Activitie's have done before and for the most part better. The way to make the found footage films work is that they have to convince the viewer that what they see is real and this has to be mostly done by the actors to act if not acting, but for this film not for one minute do you think the actors are not scripted, so you get the sense of detatchment for what's to come. So in this we get a 20 something woman who takes her video camera to record and investigate why her so called nut job mum is being looked after by the Vatican and we find that she's posessed by demons. So she teams up with the equivelant of Navy S.E.A.L.S of the Priest world to find the truth. This uncovers that there are loads of people with demonic outburst's but must sift through who's mental and who's evil. This is the point where the film does work as some of the Exorcism sequences are good, infact some of the best since the original Exorcist movieway back in 1973. With all the screaming, gruff voices and the usual of what the possessed would like the priest to do to them and including Demonic Yoga! Bodies contort, buckle and crawl across the ceiling and this really unsettles, but then just when it's getting good it ends........... Your left feeling that you have just been conned, it's the most frustrating ending to a film ever, I almost launched my slipper at the screen out of frustration and ended up watching the end credits to see if the remainder came back on( Mavel Studio style) and even flipping the disc over to see if it carries on, on the other side. The whole effect makes the movie feel pointless. It's as if the director ran out of ideas, money or lost the last twenty pages of the script. I did complain about the poor ending to the similar The Last Exorcism, but this ending makes that look like a classic.
I should give it one star, but the bonus star goes to the demonic bits.
Come to think of it the freaky Nun on the cover is only in the movie for three seconds!
It's a sin!
See If You Like.....
Exorcist 2.
The Last Exorcism.
Appollo 18.
Blair Witch 2 Book Of Shadows.
The Devil In Miss Jones.

 IT'S ONLY HALF A FILM!

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The film is set up with the now "seen it all before" found footage that The Blair With and The Paranormal Activitie's have done before and for the most part better. The way to make the found footage films work is that they have to convince the viewer that what they see is real and this has to be mostly done by the actors to act if not acting, but for this film not for one minute do you think the actors are not scripted, so you get the sense of detatchment for what's to come. So in this we get a 20 something woman who takes her video camera to record and investigate why her so called nut job mum is being looked after by the Vatican and we find that she's posessed by demons. So she teams up with the equivelant of Navy S.E.A.L.S of the Priest world to find the truth. This uncovers that there are loads of people with demonic outburst's but must sift through who's mental and who's evil. This is the point where the film does work as some of the Exorcism sequences are good, infact some of the best since the original Exorcist movieway back in 1973. With all the screaming, gruff voices and the usual of what the possessed would like the priest to do to them and including Demonic Yoga! Bodies contort, buckle and crawl across the ceiling and this really unsettles, but then just when it's getting good it ends........... Your left feeling that you have just been conned, it's the most frustrating ending to a film ever, I almost launched my slipper at the screen out of frustration and ended up watching the end credits to see if the remainder came back on( Mavel Studio style) and even flipping the disc over to see if it carries on, on the other side. The whole effect makes the movie feel pointless. It's as if the director ran out of ideas, money or lost the last twenty pages of the script. I did complain about the poor ending to the similar The Last Exorcism, but this ending makes that look like a classic.
I should give it one star, but the bonus star goes to the demonic bits.
Come to think of it the freaky Nun on the cover is only in the movie for three seconds!
It's a sin!
See If You Like.....
Exorcist 2.
The Last Exorcism.
Appollo 18.
Blair Witch 2 Book Of Shadows.
The Devil In Miss Jones.

 Oh dear

| | See all awesomecity's reviews (987)

This film starts ok. We have seen this story numerous times but everyone like to chase a good scare. The problem is the ending-or lack of one. The film just stops as if they ran out of money. It would never have been an amazing movie but we need an ending to the story at least. Poor.

 The Devil Inside. Such a Disappointment.

| | See all mermaid1's reviews (2)

I was really looking forward to watching this film on blu-ray, Oh boy was I disappointed, It was more like a documentary than an horror film.

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ActorsFernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, Ionut Grama, Suzan Crowley, Bonnie Morgan, Brian Johnson, Preston James Hillier & D.T. Carney
DirectorWilliam Brent Bell
Certificate15 years and over
Year2012
Screen16/1.78:1
LanguagesEnglish - 5.1 DTS-HD
Additional LanguagesFrench; German; Italian; Castilian Spanish; English Audio Description Track
SubtitlesEnglish; English for the hearing impaired; French; German; Dutch; Italian; Danish; Swedish; ; Norwegian; Finnish; Castilian Spanish
Duration1 hour and 23 minutes (approx)