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First there was Michael Meyers, then there was Jason, soon to be followed by Freddy Krueger.
This is one of those movies you start watching, realize it's boring, hang in there hoping it gets better, but it doesn't, and you struggle with yourself.
The film finally reaches it's conclusion, and it's mildly creepy I suppose, but not enough to make up for the faults that led up to it.
There were moments I had my doubts about the scare factor....until the last half hour. The ending alone deserves 5 stars....whoa!Published 1 month ago by Blossom14
The characters are sympathetic and the ending is quite good, but there's just way too much time spent running through the same maze of hedges with flashlights and night-vision cam.Published 3 months ago by Binky Chottorrhœhia
More found footage. It's a fun film. The "spooky" part only lasted a few minutes towards the end. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark
Didn't waist my time watching it. Was in a different language with sub titles, which never stated it when I reviewed the movie...Extremely dissapointed...Published 8 months ago by Tresa Montanye
No one would do the stupid things these people did in this movie. They happened to have video cameras at all times, but apparently telephones were not invented yet. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tara S. Mcclintick
The found footage genre can be quite the mixed bag. For every "Rec" we seem to get two films that end up as bad as "The Devil Inside". Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bobby
This movie was mostly the children getting lost in a "Maze" outside this family "getaway" home.
Something sinister there... Read more
We have another entry into the found footage horror genre, from the files of the Spanish police department comes this one where a family goes to a house in El Garraf surrounded by... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jonnathan Ritland