A bunch of Satanists in the American rural landscape have terrible powers which enable them to melt their victims. However one of the children of an earlier victim vows to destroy them.
Jonathon Dabell <J.D.@pixie.ntu.ac.uk>
Absolutely the most incredible ending of any motion picture
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The movie's disastrous reception arguably killed off director Fuest's career. Fuest had previously directed The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971), Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972), and The Final Programme (1973). The Devil's Rain suffered such a critical drubbing that Fuest immediately was forced to retreat to television, directing several nondescript TV movies and series episodes over the years. He has made only one additional theatrical feature, Aphrodite (1982), a softcore sex romp shot in Greece. See more
When Julie Preston has her flashback of Jonathan Corbis during what appears to be the colonial era, Corbis makes the statement "Who amongst thee dares cast into an eternity of Limbo..?" In the context of the movie's theme, the religious references are routinely peculiar. Yet the settlers portrayed practiced a Puritan tradition, so the remark about Limbo would not reflect Puritan or most Protestant beliefs, as Limbo is primarily a Catholic concept. See more
CORBIS! God damn you!
Technical Advisor: Anton Szandor Lavey, High Priest of the Church of Satan. See more