Director: Will Canon Writer: Max La Bella (story), Will Canon (screenplay)
This movie has been on my watch list for the longest time and I finally got around to watching it, kind of wish I didn’t wait so long. The cast and the script were pretty solid with this one unlike a lot of the movies I usually watch.
The movie starts out with us learning about deaths at a mansion and then we zoom to present day where we bounce back and forth from present to a few hours/days prior. A group of ghost hunters and a man with some weird connection to the house take a trip there to investigate and to see what the man is so linked to. The movie then jumps back to the present where an officer was called to the house for someone trespassing and when he gets there he starts to discover bodies throughout the house. He ends up finding the man alive and he panics and tries to run away but ends up just falling down the stairs. The officer finally detains him and the man informs us his girlfriend and one of the ghosthunters are still missing and he believes the ghost hunter has kidnaped his girlfriend.
The officers find hard drives and start to go through them as the man starts to tell us what happened throughout the night.
Reading my little review the movie probably doesn’t sound all too interesting but you really should check it out. Is worth your time.
After a friend’s untimely death, five teenagers receive invites to download a new app called Mr. Bedevil that turns their nightmares into reality.
Saxon Sharbino – Alice Gorman Bonnie Morgan – Grandmother Brandon Soo Hoo – Dan Alexis G. Zall – Nikki Aaron Hendry – Mr. Difilipo Robyn Cohen – Patricia Gorman Victory Van Tuyl – Haley Davis Matty Finochio – Samuel Price Kate Orsini – Susan Brett Wagner – Fat Clown Camden Toy – Tall Clown Mitchell Edwards – Cody Jordan Essoe – Mr. Bedevil
Director: Abel Vang, Burlee Vang Writers: Abel Vang, Burlee Vang
Mini Movie Review:
Another Saturday night, another movie to be picked. This weekend the winner was Bedeviled on Netflix.
This movie honestly reminded me of a retelling of Stephen King’s IT. Mr. Bedeviled reminded me a lot of Pennywise, even at one point in the movie they had the famous red balloon from IT. This isn’t me saying the movie wasn’t entertaining or anything just seemed really familiar.
The movie is about five friends that get a mobile app installed on their phones after one of their friends end up dead. The app is similar to Siri or whatever other apps out there are like that. The app seems harmless at first until it starts doing things that aren’t so nice. The app knows your fears and feeds off of them (hence reminding me of Pennywise).
Will the 5 friends be able to uninstall the app before it’s too late? If you want to check out this movie it can be found on Netflix. Bedeviled on Netflix