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I Trapped the Devil (2019)

I Trapped the Devil (2019)

Scott PoythressAJ BowenSusan BurkeRowan Russell
Josh Lobo


I Trapped the Devil (2019) is a English movie. Josh Lobo has directed this movie. Scott Poythress,AJ Bowen,Susan Burke,Rowan Russell are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. I Trapped the Devil (2019) is considered one of the best Drama,Horror,Mystery movie in India and around the world.

Christmas is supposed to be a time for peace and joyful family reunions. But when Matt and his wife Karen show up unannounced at the home of his estranged brother Steve to celebrate the holidays, they are instead greeted with a horrifying surprise: trapped in the basement is a man. But not just any man. Steve believes that his hostage is none other than the devil himself.


I Trapped the Devil (2019) Reviews

  • Typical IFC midnight slow burner


    I enjoyed this, and found the concept interesting. It is as the title suggest, a crazy man who "trapped the devil". Or did he!? Anywho, the only reason I dropped a few stars on this film was to to the brothers horrible acting. It was obnoxiously bad in my opinion and distracted me from the ominous erie feel of the film.

  • Respectable Effort, Flawed and Confused Result


    "I Trapped the Devil" is an ominous, art-house-like slow-burner with a visibly low budget. The trailer got me intrigued & so did the review by Bloody Disgusting. Was I disappointed? A bit, for I wasn't expecting anything higher than 6/10. Here's the good things about "I Trapped The Devil" - The atmosphere can be grim when it tries enough, the take on the devil was smart & crafty for a low-budget flick, the little twist at the ending is, in my opinion, quite cool & the performance by Scott Poythress is as good as the flawed script allows him to be. And here's the slightly bigger amount of the not-so-good things about this flick - The middle portion of the movie is pure filler & also the reason why people describe this movie as a borefest. Pacing is certainly one of the biggest issues here. One thing that caught my eye for one too many times is the lighting - either they went overboard with style or just were too amateur-ish about it. AJ Bowen, about whom I usually don't have any complaints, gave a questionable performance this time. Or maybe it was the stiff lines given to him by the writer. And, of course, the story - I usually like ominosity & obscurism in horror movies, I also liked it about "I Trapped the Devil", but I have to question it for I still can't really put the plot together as the credits are rolling. I mean, it's all there, it's just that some things are not very logical. Despite all the flaws, I enjoyed this flick. If you're a fan of low-budget indies, obscure art-house flicks or slow-burn horrors, give it a try. As I like all three of those things, I did get a kick out of "I Trapped the Devil". Will I re-watch it? No, most likely never. My rating: 5/10.

  • If you like to watch paint dry


    Not much to tell here the beginning is Very VERY slow which is fine by me if there is a great movie that follows that slow beginning. This the the type of movie where the whole time you are watching it you are just praying it will pay off if you stay with it. Well no pay off in this one for me and i would rather watch paint dry to be honest at least with that there is a good ending.

  • Worth watching


    While I understand critics not loving this movie, for any horror fan, I feel it's worth watching. Atmospheric and eery, it's basicslly a good story of trust and the devil. Not much gore, but I think enjoyed the overall experience.

  • Boringly slow with bad acting


    Idea of the film was good but the film itself was poorly made and acted. the brother needs some lessons in acting and assumes the same daft and gawpy look throughout the film. the film was made 'in memory of peter kibbee' so it's a good job he didn't get to see this atrocious piece of crap!

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