The Devil’s Hour – Episode Two – Review

Devil’s Hour – Episode Two – Prime Video Series Review

Devil's Hour

Director: Johnny Allan

Writer: Tom Moran (Screenplay)

Cast

  • Jessica Raine
  • Peter Capaldi
  • Nikesh Patel
  • Alex Ferns

Runtime: 58 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: The Devil’s Hour Episode Two picks up in the aftermath of the shocking revelations in Episode One. Lucy (Raine) is left feeling relieved about what she discovers is one of her client’s homes. While Ravi (Patel) goes in search of the local Lucy Chambers.

As Lucy continues to deal with her own problems connecting to her emotionless son Isaac. Meanwhile, Ravi finds himself going through many locals in search of clues to which Lucy Chambers he is after.

Verdict on The Devil’s Hour – Episode 2

Episode Two gives us a chance to dive into the big two cliffhangers left after Episode One. While most of the detective side of the story is following small clues. It is everything on Lucy’s side that becomes most interesting. Seeing her difficult relationship with her son starting to take over her life. She has been doing everything she can to understand why he is different. Add in the strange interactions he has and his emotionless delivery it leaves us wondering what is going on.

This becomes the most interesting side of the whole story. Having the question, why is he like this and what is with the strange interactions? The haunting delivery of believing he sees someone in the house despite his mother seeing nothing. Completing this episode off comes the conversation between Gideon and Lucy. The question is, what is going on between them?

This show has given us two strong episodes that have left us with massive cliffhangers that want us to come back for more.

Where to Watch:  The Devil’s Hour is available on Prime Video from the 28th of October 2022.

Final Thoughts The Devil’s Hour continues to keep us guessing, leaving us on the edge of our seats.

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