The Devil’s Business (2011)

the-devils-business-Director: Sean Hogan

Writer: Sean Hogan (Screenplay)

Starring: Billy Clarke, Jack Gordon, Jonathan Hansler, Harry Miller

 

Story: Two hit men the experienced Pinner (Clarke) and rookie Cully (Gordon) are sent by their boss Bruno (Miller) to take care of Kist (Hansler). The night starts routine but soon takes a turn as they find out that Kist is involved in the occult, can the men complete the job?

 

Verdict

 

Horror: very well played out suspenseful horror leaving almost everything off camera. (9/10)

 

Thriller: You know the job and the twist keeps you on the edge of your seat through out. (9/10)

 

Sound: good off screen sound effects leaving everything in your own mind (8/10)

 

Settings: Basic creepy house, with large over grown garden works great for the genre (9/10)

 

Suggestion: I would suggest watching this its short and sweet (9/10)

 

Best Part: When Pinner is telling Cully a story with a complete emotionless facial expression.

 

Worst Part: Bit short but that works well as it doesn’t take the edge of the seat side of the film away.

 

Star Performance Billy Clarke

 

Favourite Character Pinner

 

Similar Too: Kill List

 

Overall: A very effect thriller using very little to create an overall great atmosphere, that both leads carry your attention. The sudden jumps in the story keep you wanting to watch to see what the final outcome will be. A short thriller which can keep you at the edge of your seat without having to using a big name actor or over the top special effects.

 

Rating 84%

 

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