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Plot: A struggling painter is possessed by satanic forces after he and his young family move into their dream home in rural Texas, in this creepy haunted-house tale. Runtime: 79 mins Release Date: 15 Dec 2016
This movie is what the original Amityville Horror could have been, but wasn't! It is a nail biter, because Ray, despite how easy it is to feel sorry for him, is a very dangerous individual! I felt so scared for Zoey from the moment Ray showed up at his childhood home, pathetically asking to be allowed to live there again! Jesse is a great dad, who truly loves his daughter, despite his love for his art, and always tries to be there for her! I loved this movie from beginning to end!
that director does great horror thriller so far. (by surfisfun)
Only 2 films since 2009 and they are way above average, if I had to wait till 2021 for is next horror suspense movie, so be it. In What it seem low budget locations and shots, The director seems to bring lots of emotions in his films from the main actors. I rate this one 8.6 and The Loved Ones 9.1 . As always, its best not to expect much and enjoy the movies.
This is Awesome! (by Kaat1220)
I don't usually go for this type of horror. I generally prefer the atmospheric haunting movies because I take comfort in knowing they may not be real.However, this is the type of horror movie that deals with REAL horror. Those things that happen every day, and it FREAKED me the f out.I have always loved Pruitt Taylor Vince, and he is awesome in this. I never cared for Ethan Embry UNTIL now.This is the genre he needs to keep doing; he absolutely shines.Shiri Appleby and Kiara Glasco are great in their parts, but the two main leads are the stars of this horror show.God, it took me to a <more>
Brilliant horror that never cheats (by jtindahouse)
The biggest problem modern horror films seem to have is making the audience care about their characters. Generally, they are so cliché, bland, dumb and unrealistic that within the first 10 minutes of the film no one cares any longer about their fate. So when I saw early on in 'The Devil's Candy' that the main characters were a family of hippy bogans, I'll admit I was worried for the sake of the film. I make no mistake about the fact that these are not people I can relate to in any way, and have had almost universally negative experiences with them in my life. On the contrary <more>
though, that turned out to be the strongest element to the film. I loved this family. They were charming, caring, relatable and down to Earth. I genuinely cared about their fate, and that is a large part of what made 'The Devil's Candy' a very fine horror film.The second thing I loved about this film is that is never cheats. No scare is a false one. Nothing is suddenly revealed to be a dream sequence. No super-natural elements were required simply to make the story work. That is incredibly rare in the history of horror movies, let alone modern ones. Writer/director Sean Byrne needs to be absolutely commended on this. It is a brilliant effort on his part.There really isn't a lot of negatives I can come up with for this film. The only thing holding it back from being a '10' was an unforgettable ending. Other than that it is basically flawless. Fantastic acting, a simple yet brilliant and effective story, genuine scares that never cheat and characters that are both likable and relatable. In an industry that is seemingly completely lost as to how to make a good horror film, 'The Devil's Candy' needs to be studied by everyone in Hollywood. It is a very good film.
I was anxiously awaiting this film's release because I loved the director's previous film, The Loved Ones, and this movie had a really cool trailer. So I watched it last night and absolutely loved it. I really enjoyed how it played with a lot of the common horror tropes, as a result creating something very original and different. The set-up of the movie has been done hundreds of times, where a family moves into a new house after the previous occupants died. At first you think it's going to be something like Amityville, but The Devil's Candy switches things up by having the <more>
murderer of the previous occupants still being alive. There are also some very interesting things where it seems like the father, who is an artist, might also be hearing voices, and maybe the house is haunted, or perhaps he's just catching a glimpse into the mind of the crazed killer and/or his victims. Whatever it is, it's inspiring him and his art in a way nothing else has. So there's a temptation to embrace whatever's happening or fight against it.All of the acting in the film is very well done, and I loved how every character was unique. The father and daughter have a really interesting relationship, and they're both metal heads. The mom has a little less characterization, but she's still definitely not generic. The killer that kind of looks like an evil Santa Claus was great too; he was definitely a creepy demented person. My only problem with the film is that it is a pretty short movie at around 1 hour and 17 minutes. I would have liked a couple of more scenes with the family just existing before everything gets weird, or even more of a buildup of the evil presence or whatever it was before the end of the movie.Still, I'd highly recommend this film, especially if you're a fan of original horror movies. If you want to see my video review for the film, here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v OO9-dBTeClU
I noticed this flick traveling the world around on conventions and festivals and winning prices. But I never came across this flick so I had to see it and finally I did. I can understand that it won prices, for me this was indeed candy, to be honest it's a gem.Even as there's no gore or nasty moments it still gives you an unpleasant feeling. Due the way it was edited, the use of the camera, the soundtrack and the use of heavy metal, all of that makes it worth seeing. And did I mention the acting? All are above mediocre. Is there something bad too, for me it there isn't a thing but <more>
I can get it that some will turn it off due the way it was hot or due the atmosphere built. It's not your average horror but if you are open for a anti-Hollywood way of horror without many effects but purely based on the disturbing stuff then this is a must see. Underground geeks will overt, I did...Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
Disturbing on so many levels. The layers of fear in this are palpable. (by manuelasaez)
Watching this movie, you get this sense that something isn't right. It doesn't have anything to do with the quality of the film, but the underlying themes presented within. The story of a demonic force that uses a persons talents as a means to channel evil is pretty original, but the way that the story just burrows under your skin like a lesion is just the tip of the iceberg. The acting is great, and each character carriers a nuance that is hard to find in the horror genre. The script is subdued, but what it lacks in any depth it more than makes up for in creep-factor. Like watching a <more>
satanic ritual as you hide in a corner, unseen, this movie forces you to witness madness, and how art can be used to channel some twisted and diseased emotions.This movie is reminiscent of The VVItch, in that both feature no real blood or gore, but still manage to disturb to the highest degree. The is no overt violence, but the few scenes that show it are haunting. I watched this film three nights ago and I am still thinking about it. That guitar riff has been sneaking its way into my dreams, and that in itself is an accomplishment. This is not a movie for everyone, and gore hounds will be sorely disappointed. What it is, however, is a private look into the mind of those affected with psychosis, and how the world seems to bend and warp around you as you battle mental illness.
Wow a great Horror Movie. I was slightly put off by the cover art of this movie and almost missed this one thinking it was a slasher film, it is not. I am not a fan of simple gore slasher movies and I visually categorized this as something akin to "Devil's Rejects" which is the type of movie I despise. Fortunately, I stumbled upon a good review of this movie which made me pick it up. Anyway, this may be one of the better horror movies of 2015. Pruitt Taylor Vince performance is very memorable and disturbing. Everything from his demeanor to that dirty red tracksuit. Ethan Embry <more>
Late Phases, Incident on a Mountain Road is no stranger to horror films but I barely recognized due to his long hair and grunge rock appearance, he gives an outstanding performance of a disturbed painter and father who receives an overwhelming urge to paint a sinister painting that is invading his mind. Interesting to note, the voices that the antagonist and the protagonist are hearing are NOT THE SAME. They are different which I think becomes apparent by the end of the film. This movie is full of tension with strong supernatural undertones. There is surprisingly little gore in this movie though we see multiple scenes of bloody aftermaths.
This movie is tense, disturbing, with some heavy imagery, gripping, and has great acting. It's not so much scary as it's disturbing - different things, the way I see it. Watching it was an intense experience. There's some lack of imagination in the underlying plot, in portraying evil and how it acts through people, but I guess that this would be asking too much of an already good movie. It lacks subtlety in key moments. Decisive scenes where the main theme of the movie are discussed are presented hurried way; they aren't properly explored. To be fair, this shouldn't be <more>
generalized, though. But I do feel the focus ended up being too much on the unfolding of the actions - a classic goal to goal rather aspect to aspect sort of thing.The scarcity of good horror genre movies is really saddening, few artists are willing to delve into the nature of fascinating subjects such as evil and fear, but I'd say this movie is one of the good ones and I definitely recommend it.