The Devil's Tomb


The Devil's Tomb

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Cuba Gooding, Jr., Ron Perlman, and Ray Winstone star in this horror thriller following a team of mercenaries on a mission to rescue a scientist from an underground lab, where they encounter an ancient evil that threatens to overtake mankind should it find its way to the surface. Contracted to rescue a scientist (Perlman) who was trapped under the Middle East desert while researching a profound archaeological discovery, fearless war veteran Mack (Gooding, Jr.) and his squad of elite U.S. mercenaries descend far beneath the surface with no clue of the horrors that await them below. Deep beneath these desert sands dwells a thousand year old secret that's not of this earth. Guided by a mysterious priest (Henry Rollins), Mack and his team discover that some secrets are best left buried when they reach the underground laboratory and all hell breaks loose.

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Cuba Gooding Jr.
as Captain Mack
Ray Winstone
as Blakely
Franky G
as Hammer
Bill Moseley
as Professor Duncan
Zack Ward
as Nickels
Mia Miller
as Yoshi and Hicks' Daughter
Weston Blakesley
as Father Jacoby
Holly Weber
as Dream Girl
Chené Lawson
as Mack's Wife
Melanie Chapman
as Possessed Woman
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  • Jan 19, 2019
    My best friend and I are always on the look out for the next great "Army vs. Creepy Thing(s)" movie, and I've been holding on to this one for us with exactly that in mind, ever since I picked it up ex-rental in 2009. Now here we finally are, New Year's Day a full decade later, and we actually got around to watching it. Too bad it sucked a lot. Especially given the cast. Kind of a let down after all that.
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 12, 2009
    It's a fucking tragedy that Ron Pearlman cannot get any decent work in movies anymore. It's an absolute tragedy. And the decent work that he DOES get requires him to be drowned in make up. It's just sad to me, that a man of Ron Pearlman's talent has to make these kinds of movies just because he isn't the most handsome man out there. Not that there's anything wrong with being in these types of movies as actors have to eat too, so I understand that. Either way, this movie wasn't that bad for a low-budget direct-to-dvd movie. I probably shouldn't judge a book by its cover as Botch (one of the more entertaining horror movies I've seen in a while) is a low-budget direct-to-dvd movie. With that said I probably enjoyed this movie due to its unintentional comedy and that's it. It's just a very campy horror movie, so nobody should expect anything revolutionary from this movie. That's all I can really say about this movie, I just "enjoyed" it for its unintentional comedy, if you want to watch this film to watch something serious then you're screwed.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Aug 31, 2009
    It was unoriginal, mind numbing, low budget drivel. I was so insanely bored I turned it off halfway through... I got it for Rollins, but he was nowhere to be found. The production quality was worse than a tv-made movie. Terrible special-fx, terrible dialog and the set was just a soggy basement. I usually like Pearlman, but he was just an overdramatic video monologue, and I don't know where to begin on Gooding... he added nothing of value. What a waste of time and talent.
    wicked A Super Reviewer
  • Aug 29, 2009
    Let me be clear. I'm giving this one star for Perlman and Winstone, and them *only*. Even Gooding, Jr. falls flat. Hardly his fault, though, seeing as the script was a gigantic mess and the plot even more so. Copious amounts of gore and "Gotcha!" moments won't save a film. *Especially* not this one. [shudder] Avoid at all costs.
    Jessica v Super Reviewer

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