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Devil’s Five Review

Devil’s Five was a thrilling film which combined horror, drama and with spots of laugh out loud comedy.  The passion and talent of the director, Terry Wickham, was seen throughout the movie in which he and his two partners seamlessly intertwined 5 individual short films into a comprehensive and compelling story, including the wrap around, which brought everything together.  Looking back there were many highlights including the Abandoned and Stash, which had elements of heart thumping suspense, as well as great cinematography.  Overall, it was a terrific film that I was thrilled to be able to attend the Premiere!

Devil’s Five Review

“The Devils Five (aka The Wraparound )”
Really good film. From the acting, directing and the writing is what horror fans want and this film delivered!!!

“Abandoned”
Excellent film. Loved how the director mixed suspense and sexiness in the film. Great performances by the two leads.

“Don’t Say These Words”
This one was one of my favorites to watch. The mixed of horror, humor, the camcorder VHS look the 80’s feel was really entertaining to watch. Great ending by the way! Loved it!

“Choke”
Very unique and different approach on how the film opened up for a horror genre. Wasn’t expecting that. The whole feel and approach of this horror film was extremely entertaining.

“Stash”
Loved it! Keeps you guessing and wondering till the very end! The ending was finger nail bitting to the last frame! – Director Glenn McBride Jr

Review of Devils Five

 

-“Sunday night, October 22, 2017, I attended the Red Carpet World Premiere event for “Devils Five”. The film was a well thought out joy ride, reminiscent of the feel of old classic horror and new age. ‘Don’t Say These Words’ was one of my favorites in this series. The comedic elements,  talented cast and  right amount of suspense set in the 1980’s brought me back to why I enjoyed the horror genre. ‘Devils Five’ is a great film for horror fans and non-horror fans alike. The film is told in such a way that it’s not overly gruesome, but enough shock value to keep you engaged. An overall great job by cast, and crew! – Michelle Morales