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Devil's Due (2014)



Critic Consensus: Derivative and mostly uninspired, Devil's Due adds little to either the found-footage or horror genres that it's content to mimic.

Movie Info

After a mysterious, lost night on their honeymoon, a newlywed couple finds themselves dealing with an earlier-than-planned pregnancy. While recording everything for posterity, the husband begins to notice odd behavior in his wife that they initially write off to nerves, but, as the months pass, it becomes evident that the dark changes to her body and mind have a much more sinister origin. (C) Foxmore
Rating: R (for language and some bloody images)
Genre: Horror
Directed By: ,
Written By: Lindsay Devlin
In Theaters:
On DVD: Apr 29, 2014
Box Office: $15.8M
20th Century Fox - Official Site


Allison Miller
as Samantha McCall
Sam Anderson
as Father Thomas
Zach Gilford
as Zach McCall
Colin Walker
as Stanley
Roger Payano
as Cab Driver
Julia Denton
as Natalie
Madison Wolfe
as Brittany
Donna DuPlantier
as Dr. J. Ludka
Robert Aberdeen
as Dr. Dylan
Sloane Coe
as Ashley
Michael Papajohn
as Officer Miska
Douglas M. Griffin
as Detective Zeman
Nicole Stuart
as Lamaze Instructor
Annie Gaia
as Club Girl
Jennifer Schemke
as Mother in Market
Hunter Lobre
as Boy in Market
Candi Brooks
as Wedding Guest
Derek Hall
as Wedding Guest
Justyna Kelley
as Paris Wife
Shane Woodward
as Paris Husband
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Critic Reviews for Devil's Due

All Critics (49) | Top Critics (8)

The movie's found-footage conceit never creates a proper atmosphere, something essential to any horror film but particularly one involving the occult.

Full Review… | January 23, 2014
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

Throw in an abandoned house in the neighborhood that is suddenly occupied, a vanishing obstetrician and a first communion ceremony that goes terribly wrong, and the chill factor quickly rises.

Full Review… | January 21, 2014
Arizona Republic
Top Critic

A disjointed and unconvincing movie that is also embarrassingly derivative of "Paranormal Activity."

Full Review… | January 19, 2014
Top Critic

Dredging up horror movie favorites like random nosebleeds, a traumatized priest and a mama-to-be with a yen for raw meat, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett direct with competence but a dispiriting lack of originality.

Full Review… | January 19, 2014
New York Times
Top Critic

At least there's a credible premise in "Devil's Due," an otherwise feeble exercise in the found-footage form.

Full Review… | January 19, 2014
Boston Globe
Top Critic

Virtually a found footage remake of Rosemary's Baby, but it's a pretty fun version of that.

Full Review… | August 24, 2015

Audience Reviews for Devil's Due

Found Footage horror films nowadays feels overdone, derivative and pointless. Yet, studios still seem to make them. After the last two Paranormal Activity films, you could clearly see that the genre had overstayed its welcome. With Devil's Due you have a generic film that simply isn't scary and it fails to really grab your attention in terms of horror elements. The found footage genre is overdone, and with a film like this one, it's clear that there is nothing left to offer the genre. The cast are good, but it'[s a shame that the film's material doesn't gel together, and in turn becomes forgettable. Devil's Due is never scary; in fact it's silly in the way it tries to do so. You know exactly how this film will turn out. The scares are nonexistent, and the film's story just suffers from a lack of genuine thrills and good writing. If you want a great horror film, you won't find it here. This is a predictable affair, one that we've seen in far better found footage horror films. Devil's Due has the misfortune of coming too late in the game, and the result is a train wreck of a film, and it's unfortunate that the story is bad because the cast are quite good here. I think it's a shame that the film's story goes nowhere, and it never realizes its potential of being a good horror film. Maybe if they wouldn't have made a found footage style movie, and reworked the film then maybe this film would have been much better. However, it's just boring, uninteresting and it never is a worthwhile film to watch. Personally, I'm surprised that I was able to finish this, as the film lacked in originality and truly memorable, terrifying elements, which makes the horror genre so good.

Alex roy

Super Reviewer

A bargain basement knock off of Rosemary's Baby told in the style of Paranormal Activity's Greatest Hits. The most innovative thing about this movie is the demon baby marketing campaign; the story is otherwise predictable, boring, and not the least bit scary.

Edward Boxler

Super Reviewer

Eh. A Been there, done that kind of movie. All I have to say about it.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

Super Reviewer

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