Devil's Prey (2001) Movie Review

Devil's Prey (2001)

2001 | R | Horror, Thriller

User Score: 50/100


A group of young adults attend an all-night rave only to discover that it's a trap for a satanic cult that requires flesh for bloody sacrifices.After a night of being chased by masked members, the would-be victims find sanctuary

In "Devil’s Prey", we have the most unconvincing looking punk Mama’s boy satanists the world has ever seen, and they are out to sacrifice the stupid teenaged drug using partiers that come near their unsuspecting lair.  A very boring, pathetic and unconvincing cat and mouse game ensues and languishes on until its flushing of the toilet bowl conclusion.  I simply could not stop laughing at these dorks.  One is not likely to run into this many wusses in one place anywhere else in the world except in this movie.

There are no likeable characters, the script is stupid, the acting is awful, and the execution of the plot was pathetic.  Need I go on?  In short, this movie is a travesty and should never have been put to film.  I laughed until I fell asleep.  Thank God I caught it on fearnet and did not pay for it.  I like movies about the horrors of satanism as much as the rest of red-blooded horror movie fans out there, but heed my warning and stay away from this garbage.  It is a JOKE!

About Devil's Prey (2001)

Title: Devil's Prey
Year: 2001
Starring: Bryan Kirkwood, Charlie O'Connell, Tim Thomerson, Kevin Foster, Bruna Rubio, Jennifer Lyons, Patrick Bergin, Marianne Muellerleile, Matt Copko, Craig Dawson, Ariana Fronti, Jack Leal, Rashaan Nall, Ashley Jones, Elena Lyons, Corey Page, Jim Vickers, Josh Cottingham, Ruben Gonzales, Troy Martin, Christine Ostrander
Director: Bradford May
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 6 users. Votes: 6.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R

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