As with most found footage films, there’s a lot of tediousness, with the early proceedings resembling the sort of home movies from which anyone not directly involved would normally flee. show more
The dialogue is dull, the performances perfunctory and while it is novel to leave out “the explainer” character — that slim hope that a priest, an expert on the Occult or whoever, can give the characters answers — common to this genre, leaving that character out robs the film of pathos and urgency. show more
Devil's Due is one of those films that borrows so many key elements from other and often better movies that genre buffs could amuse themselves by composing lists of all the titles that it blatantly rips off throughout. show more
This was a movie that was poorly conceived. It reminded me of other movies (Paranormal Activities come to mind, Blair Witch Project is another ) with similar scenes and themes. Very unoriginal! Save your time and money. Maybe worth $1.27 at Redbox someday (and only after drinking heavily).
Filming of scenes jump a lot and the last scene at the Eifel Tower in Paris has no connection. It looks like a movie made by nonprofessionals. Try another movie
No suspense in this awful poorly acted and directed movie. Give me a headache because most of the movie was filmed with a hand held camera. Stay away. Save your money.