Devil's Prey

Devil's Prey

A group of young adults attend an all-night rave, only to discover that it's a trap for a satanic cult that requires flesh for bloody sacrifices.

A group of young adults attend an all-night rave only to discover that it's a trap for a satanic cult that requires flesh for bloody sacrifices.After a night of being chased by masked members, the would-be victims find sanctuary . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Devil's Prey torrent reviews

Frederic C B (mx) wrote: The Good:Wonderful story, that brings a fitting closure to the character and the show. Fantastic celebrity cameos.The Not-so-Good:This might work A LOT better for fans of the TV Show, because general audience without prior knowledge of the show will immediately feel disjointed and not familiar with any of the characters. The scope and feel of this perhaps is much better suited as a 2 hours TV special rather than a movie.

Ashley N (au) wrote: This movie combines enough bittersweet growing pain honesty with silly comedy to create the perfect blend of a heartfelt indie that doesn't try too hard. The entire cast is fantastic, and Graham Phillips as Ellis shines.

Dana I (kr) wrote: The actress is AMAZING - one of the best I've seen

HollyMaree S (ca) wrote: I give if half because zero isn't an option this was actually one of the few movies in life I turned off half an hour in please don't bother

Jacob B (nl) wrote: While not as good as The Matrix, Speed Racer is still a fun movie. The performances from its cast are great, the visuals are stunning, the film's occasionally funny and the race scenes/action sequences are amazing. Arguably an improvement over other live-action film adaptations based off of cartoons though not one of the best films in the world.

Patricia N (es) wrote: Amo, Adoro esta pelicula!! Solo la he visto una vez y significa mucho para mi, tengo miedo de verla otra vez y revivir todas esas emociones. Lo mejor de la pelicula es haber estado al lado de alguien que sintio exactamente lo mismo que yo al verla

John F (ru) wrote: Worst Marvel movie ever!

Rohit V (au) wrote: Awesome thriller/slasher...

Bob L (gb) wrote: If the case hadn't been so controversial then I don't think this would have been such an interesting case to make a film of. Ecclestone acts his socks off and sits well next to Courtney, but dispite the marvelous attention to the period details, seems like a t.v. movie until we get to the shoot out and the trial. I'd like to have seen more of the courtroom drama. It's not until this point that it gets emotional, and really pulls you in, which really seems a bit long to wait. An ok film, but if trying to undermine the whole death sentence lobby, could have been better.

Mark D (ca) wrote: Wasn't really good. It was cheesy. Although that's what should be expected in a movie this far in its franchise. The music was good though.

Ross C (gb) wrote: magic film with soundtrack by big country. what more could you wish for?

Adrian Z (es) wrote: This movie sounds awesome, but I have yet to see it.

Isadore H (mx) wrote: A completely engrossing and claustrophobic experience, Alien is an all time classic for good reason. The performances are all great, I really liked Ian Holm as Ash and of course Sigourney Weaver was great as well. Ridley Scott's direction is immaculate, and he really does a great job of making you feel the tension even when the alien isn't there at all. John Hurt is unfortunately underused, but before he dies he is at the center of the iconic chest burst scene, which is the stuff of legends. Alien sometimes gets a little slow for my taste, but once it gets going there is nearly nothing better than this film

Mark R (ag) wrote: The sequel is truly a better movie

Bill R (kr) wrote: This was ok, on the verge of two and a half though. The story seemed to go no where and the characters weren't really developed all to well.

Cameron M (it) wrote: As a light romcom What Women Want's premise will earn plenty of laughs but as something of substance its writing is shallow and insight into both genders is limited with stereotypes.