Upon returning from his second tour of duty, Sergeant First Class Stephen Harris edited and uploaded this film. It was his message to the world.
Cast & Crew:
Eva Link – Kate Madeline Link – Morgan Olivier Surprenant – John Caeden Lawrence – Rhys Mark Slacke – Harris Rachel Cairns – The Girl Timothy Paul Coderre – Colonel Dooley
Director: Brooks Hunter Writer: Brooks Hunter, Robert Menzies & Maggie Newton
Movie Rating: 2 out of 5
Was going to watch this for my Saturday night movie, but no one enjoyed the trailer so we decided to skip it, I, on the other hand, didn’t think the trailer was to bad so I decided to watch it Sunday afternoon. I’ll watch any found footage movie no matter how bad it looks so it’s no surprise I watch this one also. It really wasn’t what I thought it would be but it was watchable. For a b-rated movie, I didn’t think most of the actors did that bad, even though some of them kind of sucked.
I didn’t really buy into how the group of teens went all Scooby-Doo to try and solve the mystery, I think most teens would have just blown it off really. If you’re looking for something to watch and there is nothing else out there and you have Amazon Prime, give it a try.
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