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Devil's Tower (2014)

When Sid's friend goes missing, he and new girl Sarah investigate disappearances in their tower block. Uncovering the secret of a vengeful ghost possessing a horde of zombies, they must fight for their lives - and their souls.


Owen Tooth


Adam J. Marsh




Credited cast:
Roxanne Carrion ... Sarah MacColl (as Roxanne Pallett)
Jason Mewes ... Sid
Frances Ruffelle ... Kim
Jessica-Jane Stafford ... Kate (as Jessica Jane Clement)
Emma Buckley Emma Buckley ... Lucy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kweku Amoa Kweku Amoa ... Partygoer
Peter Barrett ... Marc
Jason Owen Bee Jason Owen Bee ... Zombie
Jason Thomas Brown Jason Thomas Brown ... Zombie
Jessica Ann Brownlie Jessica Ann Brownlie ... Beverly (as Jessica Ann Bonner)
Alison Carroll ... Fiona
Adam Dakin Adam Dakin ... Jon
Emily Denton-Davies Emily Denton-Davies ... Beryl
Lee Dilley Lee Dilley ... Zombie
Steven Dolton ... Detective Parker


Sarah (Roxanne Pallett) has just moved into a block of flats to start a new life away from her abusive mother. There, she strikes up an unconventional friendship with squatter Sid (Jason Mewes). When Sid's friend Paul goes missing, he and Sarah unearth a series of strange deaths and disappearances. Watched by a malevolent spirit controlling the building's televisions and cameras, reality and fantasy merge as events are twisted into a sick movie on a TV set high in the block of flats. Sid and Sarah are thrown into a fight for survival when the vengeful ghost controlling a horde of zombies possesses Sarah's mother (Frances Ruffelle). Evil suddenly has a familiar face. Written by Anonymous

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During the hallway battle scene Sid, played by Jason Mewes, shouts out "Hadoken!" as he attacks, a reference to the video game Street Fighter. See more »


References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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This movie has everything I want in a movie: personality
26 July 2016 | by alvaro_ltSee all my reviews

Yes, all the "gafapasta" critics will love movies were a guy/girl shows another how to live the life. Remarkable sentences and perfect attitude against tragedy. Or mature people laughing of everything because "that's life" or an stupid guy showing her narcissism but showing a "lovely imperfect" woman the world of the love, the dance, and rejecting her parents putting their job and money over the love of her family ¿Where the hell is that people? Life couldn't be further. A lot of times it's not about people attitude against tragedy, but tragedy made by stupid people, and no one gets you out or choose love before money / body... This movie has something: shows you the life of a girl who lives in a horrible world (not only "zombies" but her family, her daily problems...) but has friends to live a horrible adventure, they are very particular, and she meets the love, meets the support of her friends against all her problems, in a bizarre way (as this stupid world is) she has her own scary adventure where she is not alone. This movie has something that all Oscar "pipe made" movies hasn't got: personality. The only think I need in a movie in this world of "marvellous" and "lovely" and "emotive" and "unexpected" copies of movies in an absolutely different kind of world.

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Release Date:

16 September 2014 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Derbyshire, England, UK See more »


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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35:1 letterboxed in 16X9 HD
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