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Plot: Set in the small town of Devil's Gate, North Dakota, the film examines the disappearance of a local woman (Regan) and her young son. Schull plays an FBI agent who helps the local sheriff (Frakes) search for answers. Partnering with a deputy (Ashmore), they track down the missing woman's husband… Runtime: 94 min Release Date: 24 Apr 2017
I can't give too much away or it will spoil the many plot twists in this tense and atmospheric supernatural thriller. You won't be bored for a minute. Great performances by the whole cast that compliments some incredible photography. The creepy farm is a character in and of itself. Grab some popcorn and turn out the lights, you're in for a scary ride.NOTE: Apparently some people are watching a cheap impostor film that uses Devil's Gate's poster and summary to lure people in. Any quick perusal and it'll be clear that this IS NOT THE DEVIL'S GATE starring Milo <more>
Ventimiglia, Amanda Schull, Shawn Ashmore, and Bridget Regan. Devil's Gate is not online, and has only screened at the Tribeca Film Festival and the Newport Beach Film Festival and soon at Fright Fest in London, UK .
The Real Deal accept no substitute! (by brettgillespie)
Amazing. The whole reason you fell in love with horror films in the first place. Hearkens back to a bygone golden era of creepy cinema; even while wrapped in its' own fully modern look & feel. Hats off to the cast & crew on this one. Now I just need someone to tell me where they still sell The Clapper so I don't have to get out of bed to turn the light off!
A fine Scfi-Horror (by davidus-25347)
Never mind. all of the milquetoast reviews of this on here. This is a fine scfi-horror in the mold of Coherence 2013 and Spring 2014 .This is a story, well worth your time an of extra-terrestrial invasion, portrayed against a background of FBI prowess and regional hubris.
Amazingly Bending Story (by markgallup)
This movie is a very well crafted horror film. It has great performances which add to the well done characters. The atmosphere is very mysterious and the story is constantly destroying expectations. While there are a few things I didn't like I was overall very impressed by a movie that I've seen no attention given to.I would recommend this to any horror or suspense fan. The story is smart and knows what it's doing.
The opening scenes of this movie, presumably mid-western USA, were wonderfully visual. The landscape, washed of colour, the dust billowing in streams from car wheels on a lonely stretch, the almost mystical rusticity of the lonely farmhouse, the first action, were all so crisp and perfect that if there were awards for best movie openers then this would be the one to beat. From there the movie was not unlike Signs, but grittier, with many more effects, and a tense atmosphere that arrives quickly rather than something one has to wait for. The cast were easy on the eye, excellent actors, and put <more>
in good performances across a well-thought out script and plot. Devil's Gate is original in its own right, although it's true its themes don't really stray into anything totally brand new. A highly competent production that is easy, and a pleasure, to review.
REALLY good movie. Creepy as hell, and in the best way possible; you don't know where it's taking you next.It felt that real horror fans were behind it. Fans of Tobe Hooper or John Carpenter at his best . Everyone is good in it, but Amanda Schull really brings it. The writing is smart, and it's beautifully shot. Desolate, dark and foreboding. I hope it gets some attention.
Fairly original and very well done. (by S_Soma)
What exactly is it that the farmer has locked up in his basement?DEVIL'S GATE establishes its atmosphere with its very first shot which is an eye line down an arrow-straight dirt road that proceeds to the vanishing point. There is just the road, endless vistas of flat, featureless hectares of dirt on either side, and all beneath a monotonous sky. Barreling down the dirt road, an early model muscle car suddenly dies just as it passes a ramshackle farm. This farm will be the focal point of the majority of the movie.As there is nothing else but this farm as far as the eye can see, the driver <more>
of the car seeks assistance at the farm, which, as it turns out, is very unfortunate for the driver. In the fullness of time we learn that what happens to the driver is just an unfortunate case of wrong place, wrong time.And that is an example of the strength of this movie. Something strange is definitely going on, but we don't know exactly WHAT is going on for some time. On the face of it, what we THINK is sequentially unfolding is a more or less mundane investigation by an imported FBI agent come to assist the local sheriff's office in a missing persons or perhaps murder case. It's never very clear why the FBI is called in on what should be a local missing persons case, but there is a vague reference mentioned that the local sheriff's department is "under scrutiny" right now and we viewers conclude that this scrutiny has led to the involvement of the FBI agent.Apparently, on the face of it, a local farmer, the same farmer were the driver met his unfortunate end, has blown a head gasket which has resulted in the disappearance of his wife and son, and the disappearance has been reported by the sister of the disappeared woman. In a clear, sequential fashion, a collection of scenes and circumstances lead us to believe that the monotony and difficulty of farm life in this desolate place has caused the farmer to become unglued and to do something unspeakable to his wife and son which may be either outright murder or, as we are led to believe, he has perhaps locked them in the basement in unpleasant circumstances. The farm itself looks like it has been transformed by the farmer into a barricade situation. What happened to the driver we viewers would probably conclude is simply an unfortunate side effect of the farmer's mental illness and hostility to the outside world's interference.The reality of the true circumstances of the situation are much, much different. Seeing where this movie is going to go is a big part of the fun.While the horror/supernatural/paranormal movies are the cultural red-headed bastard children of the movie industry, they are my personal favorites. Unfortunately, the vast majority of such movies, especially with the rise of the "found footage" sub genre, are unmitigated crap. Only a tiny fraction are any good and, very happily, DEVIL'S GATE falls into this tiny fraction. Within this class of movie, DEVIL'S GATE is pretty much as good as it gets. Cinematography is excellent, atmosphere is taught and sustained, the relatively small quantity of special-effects is exceptionally well done, satisfyingly scary, and does not usurp the storyline, the music contributes well and appropriately to excellent effect, etc. This movie is just a very well done, well thought-out and executed example of this genre.Of course the individual plot elements have all been done before because, at this point in mankind's history of storytelling and moviemaking, pretty much every plot element has already been used. But this particular combination and expression is original as far as I know. And most satisfyingly and rather unusually for this genre, it's not just dripping with gaping plot holes. It's actually pretty tight.A particularly nice touch is that the movie came to its conclusion in a very reasonable way, but also left the door just enough open that a sequel could easily be made. Personally, I very much hope this happens.