The Devil Inside – Blazing Minds Film Review

The Devil Inside

Directed By: William Brent Bell

Written by: William Brent Bell and Matthew Peterman

Starring: Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman and Evan Helmuth

Running Time: 83 min

Certificate: 15

The Devil Inside is the film that has terrified audiences across America, it’s had them screaming in fear and terror as they follow the daughter of a possessed woman travelling to Rome to discover why her mother killed three people during an exorcism.

Using the “documentary” style of filming The Devil Inside, promises shocks, fear and terrifying sequences that will make you jump out of your skin!!!

The Devil Inside – Blazing Minds Film Review

Hang on a minute! Are they talking about the film that I’ve just been to see, yes they are and they must have all been on drugs or have extremely nervous dispositions.

Lets face it folks, unless you believe all the hype that is surrounding The Devil Inside, you going to be going in to the cinema and tender hooks and will be thinking “This film is going to scare the s*** out of me!”

Think again! The Devil Inside is boring, it’s bad, it’s just not worth the time it took to make it!

If you think you are going to get something like Chronicle or even the original version of [REC], not the american remake, then you’re in for a big surprise. The Devil Inside painfully plods along at an amateurish pace, with you thinking, is something worthwhile ever going to happen in this movie and the answer is “NO!

Where as Chronicle brought back a glimmer of hope in the hand-held camera, documentary, style films in to the public eye, The Devil Inside has knocked them back to way before The Blair Witch Project!!!!

The Devil Inside could have had some potential, maybe if the film makers had thought a little longer and created an 18 certificated film, that would scare your socks off instead of boring them off, it would have been better.

In my humble point of view, go and rent The Exorcist on DVD or Blu-Ray, it’s far superior to The Devil Inside.

Karen Woodham

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Editor-in-Chief at Blazing Minds
Karen Woodham is the founder and owner of the Blazing Minds, an avid blogger and bona fide journalist of all sorts of interesting and odd things. She is also a Cinema Film Reviewer, based in Rhyl, where she reviews the latest movies, she has also had several articles in The Daily Post Newspaper, Inside Flintshire as well as other publications.
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  • http://mobilephonedeals.me.uk Harriet

    I watched the trailer and was so terrified I swore I would be going no where near this film ever! It looks absolutley terriffying!!!!!

    • http://blazingminds.co.uk Karen

      It’s absolutely “terrifyingly” boring!!!

  • Greg

    That’s too bad. One of my favorite genres of film is horror. I’ve enjoyed movies about exorcisms. Particularly, I enjoyed “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” which was somewhat of a courtroom thriller, as well.

    The “psuedo-documentaries” are fun. But for many, they now watch the movie thinking to themselves all along that it’s fake. It’s hard to get scared when you watch a film with that attitude.

    Regardless, I have no problem going into the basement alone late at night, to watch a horror-film and see how scared I might get. Based on your review, this one would just put me to sleep.

    • http://blazingminds.co.uk Karen

      It put me to sleep Greg, about 20 minutes actually ;) I’ve seen so much better.

  • kayleigh Dawn

    I have enjoyed the hype with this film but haven’t watched it yet – thanks for your review, instead of buying the film I will rent it – might not even do that!

    • http://blazingminds.co.uk Karen

      I’d wait for it to come on TV :lol:

  • Jean

    Ah, that’s disappointing to hear. I was hoping it would be a good, scary movie based on the early footage they showed.

    -Jean

    • http://blazingminds.co.uk Karen

      It is a shame, it’s one of those films that the hype is better than the film ;)