Prey for the Devil

critic Reviews

, 16% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    James LuxfordBBC.com
    So derivate of (the Exorcist), and even the films it inspired… when there are so many better films like this flooding streaming services, it begs the question – why do we need another?
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    A.A. DowdChron
    This is just another regurgitation of yesterday's devout scare tactics, spewing diet Exorcist clichés as freely as Linda Blair once painted the walls in pea soup.
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    Leigh MonsonAV Club
    Its dominant thematic threads are at war with one another, shambling around as one story wears the flesh and appearance of another, leaving neither premise wholly intact in a film with the meat stripped from its bones.
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    Meagan NavarroBloody Disgusting
    It never manages to pull together a narrative cohesive or scary enough to rise above a patchwork of familiar possession horror tropes.
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    Even if it falls short of being particularly memorable or scary, this is a decently entertaining possession potboiler.
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    Jonathan SimComingSoon.net
    Ultimately, Prey for the Devil is a very hammy movie that almost feels like it was made in the 80s, back when audiences got these ridiculous horror films.
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    Dennis SchwartzDennis Schwartz Movie Reviews
    Dull, scare-free and absurd.
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    Jackie K. Cooperjackiekcooper.com
    Not enough chills or thrills to make this anything but average entertainment.
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    Cody LeachCody Leach (YouTube)
    Prey For The Devil is as generic and cliche' as an exorcism/possession movie can be. The visuals, story, and scares are all retreads of things we have seen many times before and done much better in the past.
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    Ruben Peralta RigaudCocalecas
    Prey for the Devil could have been something, but is nothing more than average. [Full review in Spanish]
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