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Devil's Harvest (2003)

R | | Drama, Horror, Thriller
It seems innocent enough. Struggling young artist Daniel King is invited by his childhood friend Natasha, back to the coastal village where they grew up. Natasha has even offered him the ... See full summary »

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... Father Gabriel Norton
... Mary Henson
Chris John ... Daniel King
Lara Clancy ... Laura Peters
David Snow ... Mike Taylor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ralph Collis ... Jim Trenton
Irina Dikareva ... Joyce Reece
Daniel Johnson ... Sim Beards
Carol Kentish ... Natasha Carlton
Lara Montague ... Emily Henson
Liam Montague ... Daniel (age 8)
Tacye Nichols ... Sarah Henson
Brian Smith ... Owen Hall
Kevin Tomlinson ... John Duncan
Jacqueline Worth ... Karen Clark
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It seems innocent enough. Struggling young artist Daniel King is invited by his childhood friend Natasha, back to the coastal village where they grew up. Natasha has even offered him the use of a house that she has recently acquired. Daniel readily accepts, bringing brushes and unenthusiastic fiancee Laura with him. The moment that the couple reach the house, Daniel races off to meet Natasha, leaving Laura to settle in on her own. There's something not quite right. The house is far colder than it should be, even for this time of year. Strange things start to happen, scaring Laura out of her wits. Daniel soon begins to share Laura's anxieties about the house and an old recurring dream comes back to haunt him. There is some terrible, near forgotten secret from the past tied up with Daniel, Natasha, the house and the sea. But when Daniel chances to hear an old local legend in the village pub, some nonsense about a demon living in the sea who preys on the guilty, the long submerged ... Written by Jamie Rowland

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True EVIL cannot be created ... it must be BORN. See more »

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for some sexuality/nudity and violence | See all certifications »
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A Safra do Diabo  »

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£800,000 (estimated)
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Awful and Cheesy
1 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

The artist Daniel King (Chris John) and his mate Laura Peters (Lara Clancy) are invited to move to an old house in Cornwall, in Great Britain, by his childhood wealthy friend Natasha Carlton (Carol Kentish). Natasha has a crush on Daniel, who is an ambiguous man regarding his sentimental life. While alone in the house, weird things happen and Laura is startled and scared. When Laura meets the old insane priest Gabriel Norton (Brian Blessed) on the road, she is advised to immediately leave the house, since evil lived there. But the couple stays and has to face tragic consequences.

What a messy screenplay and awful and cheesy movie this "Devil's Harvest" is! The cinematography and the camera work is not totally bad, but the amateurish performances of Chris John and Carol Kentish and direction of James Shanks, together with the terrible story, ridiculous situations and dialogs make this movie one of the worse I have ever seen in the genre. I have occasionally seen in YouTube a couple of shorts from cinema college that are better and better than the pointless and dreadful "Devil's Harvest". In the end, it is not a horror movie but a horror of movie. My vote is three.

Title (Brazil): "A Colheita do Diabo" ("The Devil's Harvest")


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