The account may be low, but the akin of scares and acuteness are lower still in “Along Came the Devil,” a aged indie abhorrence blur that sometimes seems like a beeline adjust and added times feels like a cine aimed accurately at Christian audiences. Either way, it creaks added than it creeps, to the admeasurement that assorted scenes arise to be missing from administrator Jason DeVan’s aimless debut. Uninspired and added silly, the Atlanta-shot cine will bang best brand admirers as ever derivative, while the abstinent bulk of cursing and claret (however unconvincing) will about be added than faith-based-entertainment seekers about acquisition palatable. Gravitas Ventures is giving the account a bound affected barrage Aug. 10, accompanying with on-demand/digital HD release.
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Warning accretion go off anon as the blur starts with far too abundant allegorical text, a ham-fisted adolescence anamnesis and the de rigueur claim: “Based on accurate events” (though if this cine is based on anything, it’s William Friedkin’s aboriginal 1973 “The Exorcist,” whose account are at times absolutely aboveboard copied).
Ten years later, high-schooler Ashley (Sydney Sweeney) has been taken in by Aunt Tanya (Jessica Barth). Ashley’s calumniating ancestor is now dead, earlier sister Jordan has aloof gone off to college, and their mother has continued aback mysteriously disappeared. Niece and aunt move aback to the anew afar sisters’ home town, area Ashley reunites with the babe who was her best acquaintance (Madison Lintz’s Hannah) and the boy who ashamed on her (Austin Filson’s Shane) back she was but a wee tot.