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The Devil's Dozen (2013)

The Devil's Dozen is a supernatural horror/thriller where twelve strangers find themselves in a life or death game where sins are judged and every choice a testament to their character. The... See full summary »

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Jeremy London
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Eric Roberts
Jake Busey
Jeremy London ... Driver
Omar Gooding
William McNamara
Dante Basco
Erik Aude
Grace Johnston
Jenny McShane ... Russian
William Morgan Sheppard
Gianni Capaldi
Markell Andrew ... Gavin
Michael Cade
Sammy Durrani ... Hart
Adrienne Camille ... Celest
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The Devil's Dozen is a supernatural horror/thriller where twelve strangers find themselves in a life or death game where sins are judged and every choice a testament to their character. The innocent must strive to maintain their integrity, while the guilty can only hope their deaths lead to the truly innocent walking out alive. Written by The Devil's Dozen

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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USA

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English

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1 February 2013 (USA) See more »

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12 ypopsifia thymata See more »

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Central City Studio See more »
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16:9 HD
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Reheated horror fayre
2 December 2013 | by pabrookesSee all my reviews

The entire premise of The Devil's Dozen is pretty obvious to anyone who's a fan of portmanteau horror — twelve disparate strangers are thrown together in a room and must recount their past misdeeds. The gimmick here is that someone must be killed every twelve minutes and it's up to the group to ensure the sole survivor is the most righteous one.

So herein lie the two big issues with this film. Firstly, as someone who's enjoyed the likes of the Vault of Horror and Tales from the Crypt movies, I knew pretty much how it was going to end. Secondly, as eleven people have to die in about seventy minutes, there's no time to develop any of the characters, so they end up as crude stereotypes.

Its only saving grace is that, for something clearly filmed on a micro-budget, the production values are pretty good.

This would — with fewer characters and less gore — have made a pretty good episode of The Twilight Zone. But I wouldn't recommend it as a film.


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