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Creepy, atmospheric little thriller. It's a slow-burn, but with such a slender runtime you don't really feel it. The mix of Hitman story with the supernatural elements was really well done.
Great dialogue, atmosphere, and story. THIS is the way a horror movie should be made. Creepy as all hell.....
The Devil's Business has taken some of the best ideas from the far superior Kill List and made a duller version of that film. I'm not familiar with the actors but the lead kept the same concerned expression on his face all the way through and the other guy just came across as annoying. Any attempt at building tension or suspence was a big failure. When the lead hitman is telling his scary story at the start I nearly fell asleep, it went on forever and had no point to it.
Similar to the excellent Kill List. Sean Hogan's flick is centered around two hit man hired to kill an old friend of their boss. A decent score and some excellent scary moments are let down by its weak climax. Nonetheless an enjoyable effort.
the movie turned uphill terrifying when the older hit man told the story, as the silence pictures an eerie and disturbing surroundings.
Starts off interesting, but fizzles about 30 minutes in.
Intense & creepy. Makes no sense at all, but still had me on the edge of my seat.
Acting is fantastic. Characters superb. storyine original.. Horror terrifying. British horror fans can be proud! Superb
Really enjoyed this movie. Very Hitchcock-like. Suspenseful and full of anxiety, and creepy. Well done.
Not bad, really short British horror. Quite talky for the most part but was well made & the ending was mad!