The duo’s screenplay is about a young couple on a weekend vacation in the desert who get marooned miles from civilization and stalked by a super-pack of vicious wolves.
Bland, but not awful.
That’s really the best way to explain almost everything about William Bell’s The Devil Inside, an exorcism film that’s a little too safe and way too familiar. At no point does Matthew Peterman and Bell’s script break the mold and do anything fresh, new or outside of the box; that is, until the very last second, when they decide to do absolutely nothing at all and abruptly end the movie, leaving everyone with blue balls and making it one of the worst studio horror films ever in one fell swoop! READ MORE