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Devil in the Flesh Reviews

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Wizenhymer
Wizenhymer

Super Reviewer

October 29, 2011
Summary:
A cheesy thriller similar to the Poison Ivy series. About a beautiful girl who is somewhat insane.

The Good:
The plot is meh but somewhat interesting. It's pretty funny too, like the main character's christian grandma. Overall it's really just worth the watch for the beautiful Rose McGowan.

The Bad:
The story isn't very believable, acting is meh, story is meh.

Ratings:
Acting: 7/10
Story: 5/10
Originalality: 4/10
Soundtrack: 6/10
Characters: 6/10
Overall: 7/10

Sexiness:
(The following is my Review for the fappers 18+):
There's no nudity in this but the wonderful Rose McGowan wears very skimpy clothing throughout the film and has some very arousing scenes. There's never a moment when she's not looking great.

Fap Rating: 8/10
Christopher H

Super Reviewer

June 19, 2011
Rose McGowan plays this part wonderfully. Though this concept is in no way original, it works just well enough to be enjoyable.
Erin C

Super Reviewer

September 17, 2012
Many cheesy parts (i.e. officer yelling "it hurts bad" or something along those lines after he was shot). Iffy acting, but Rose McGowan really owned this part.
StaisilD
May 31, 2008
Devil in The Flesh is the story of Debbie (McGowan) a highschool student who get sent to live with her ultra religious grandmother (Shirley) after her mother dies in a suspicious house fire. We later come to learn that a teacher that Debbie was stalking also died in the fire that night. Now that Debbie is at grandma's her life gets worse. Grandma makes her wear her mothers old clothes to school, workers her like a slave before and after school, and often beats Debbie with her walking stick. Debbie soon finds an escape, Peter, her creative writing teacher. Debbie will stop at nothing to seduce Peter and make him love her. Too bad she has a girlfriend, a horny boy across the street and old grandma to get in her way. McGowan played her part well. She came across as a cold and calculating rather than all out psycho. McArthur as the much wanted teacher left something to be desired. He played his part with no real emotion and was pretty darn boring. It was hard to believe that he was the heartthrob of all the girls in school.
absinthediamond
November 28, 2007
Rose and her fans may not agree but to this date this is the best peformance of hers I have ever seen.
DownBoy
June 28, 2007
I think that the woman would appreciate this one better than the men with this film. Its very creepy and Rose pulled this role off quite well. Shes "Sexy", Evil" and will wrap your attention through the whole film
March 8, 2014
It's hard to enjoy a movie if the main character was made to be extremely hated. It's not a good sign when you're already rooting for her death within the first act. It's disgusting, stupid, and a complete waste of time.
April 8, 2013
I saw it...I loved it! However...I CAN NOT for the life of me find the soundtrack !!! UGH!!! I have looked everywhere!!!!
March 30, 2013
Devil in the Flesh (Steven Cohen, 1998)

The whole "erotic thriller" thing is a movie that manages about one pearl for every thousand swine. Not that it stops studios from pumping them out like M&Ms. The late nineties were an especially fertile breeding ground for the erotic thriller, and pretty much all of them were awful. Case in point: Devil in the Flesh, which has as its only selling point these days a nubile Rose McGowan looking quite delectable. Too bad the rest of the movie doesn't measure up.

Plot: after some nastiness at her old school, Debbie Strand (McGowan, recently of the Conan the Barbarian remake) is sent by the state's foster care system to live with her grandmother (Imitation of Life's Peg Shirley). No sweat, she thinks, until she finds out the grandmother is a crazy religious nut who expects Debbie to be her personal slave girl. Worse, she's also got a couple of detectives (Wag the Dog's Phil Morris and Gigli's Robert Silver) nosing around trying to figure out what happened at her former school. All that fades into the background, though, when she sets eyes on hunky Peter Rinaldi (Conspiracy Theory's Alex McArthur), an English teacher at her new school. Debbie sets her sights on Peter, and god help anyone who gets in her way...

To put it simply: this is ridiculous. The script tries to marry horror story with teen sex comedy and does neither with any competence. The acting is baseline, but barely that; given the talent assembled for this movie, I have to give director Steve Cohen grudging respect for being enough of a director to get this entire cast to act this badly. And the erotic aspects of the script are... well, nonexistent would be the best way to describe them.

Unless you're a huge fan of someone who was involved in this production (I watched it solely because of Wendy Robie, who was in it for far too little time), you should not only pass it up, but flee screaming in terror. *
FilmGrinder S.
June 18, 2010
Feels like a unedited TV movie.
May 11, 2012
Rose is deliciously evil in this campy guilty pleasure of mine.
April 28, 2012
THIS is why i love Rose McGowen!!! Bad-ass hottie with no acting skills
February 6, 2012
Devil in The Flesh is nowhere near original but Rose McGowan plays a good part to make it the least bit enjoyable!
Wizenhymer
Wizenhymer

Super Reviewer

October 29, 2011
Summary:
A cheesy thriller similar to the Poison Ivy series. About a beautiful girl who is somewhat insane.

The Good:
The plot is meh but somewhat interesting. It's pretty funny too, like the main character's christian grandma. Overall it's really just worth the watch for the beautiful Rose McGowan.

The Bad:
The story isn't very believable, acting is meh, story is meh.

Ratings:
Acting: 7/10
Story: 5/10
Originalality: 4/10
Soundtrack: 6/10
Characters: 6/10
Overall: 7/10

Sexiness:
(The following is my Review for the fappers 18+):
There's no nudity in this but the wonderful Rose McGowan wears very skimpy clothing throughout the film and has some very arousing scenes. There's never a moment when she's not looking great.

Fap Rating: 8/10
August 3, 2011
As far as plot, this film really doesn't have one. The idea of the plot is that Debbie Strand (Rose McGowan) falls for her creative writing teacher and will do anything to get him. This horror film would've been largely forgotten in my mind had Rose McGowan not been in it. She really holds the film together with a fun, campy performance. Alex McArthur, who plays the teacher, also gives a performance that could be considered good. Another gem of the film is Peg Shirley, who gives a very funny performance as the uber-Christian grandmother. The acting is good in this one and is really the only thing that makes it watchable. The story line and the deaths are not particularly ground-breaking and you can guess what will happen within the first ten minutes of the movie. If you are a fan of Rose McGowan, however, this is a must watch. Other than that, you can pretty much forget about this one unless you are in the mood for a campy horror movie...
Christopher H

Super Reviewer

June 19, 2011
Rose McGowan plays this part wonderfully. Though this concept is in no way original, it works just well enough to be enjoyable.
thebleurose
June 24, 2006
It's cheesy but enjoyable.
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