The Devil's Hand (Where the Devil Hides) (2013)
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as Jacob Brown
as Elder Beacon
as Elder Stone
as Sheriff Stevens
as Ruth's Dad
as Sarah's Mother
as Ruth's Mom
as Tobias Maker
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This was an amazing movie...Jk it was horrible. This was not a mystery, you knew which girl was going to be the last one from the beginning. This was definitely more a comedy than anything else. Some of the scenes were absolutely pointless for the story line ex. The man in the window, I just laughed. They started by making you think it's set in the old days and then all the sudden a car rolls in and there is a party right next to them. They did a horrible job of making it scary, and most scenes were very predictable. The entire plot was pretty much people being murdered. The idea behind it was good but it was really badly executed, the cast was good but the script was bad. The main priest guy was overly disgusting and dramatic. So if you are debating watching this movie, just don't.
For a black and white movie this is a pretty good flick. Wouldn't good as far as to call it a B-Movie. The copy I had was excellent quality and was part of the Drive-In Cult Classics Vol 2, which is a set of 8 movies. This one even had a Drive-In Intermission Film that I remember from back in the day. Robert Alda is our main man, working undercover to expose a cult. We have two beautiful ladies in this one, and while working undercover Robert seems to be falling for the Devil witch. Have to say I enjoyed it. For time frame it was filmed in, must have drew a crowd. Its worth the buy. 4 Stars
"All hail Gamba and weird upscale voo-doo dolls!" That's pretty much the feel of this movie. You can definitely skip it...