A beautiful schizophrenic woman is pushed over the edge by her husband's illicit affairs, and when her hallucinations become reality the Devil comes to take his due. Is Miriam insane or has the Devil come to collect on her promise?

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Joseph P. Stachura
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Shari Shattuck ... Mirium Jones
Eric Etebari ... Gabriel Jones
Jane Park Smith ... Raven
Tony Todd ... Detective Johnson
Kiko Ellsworth Kiko Ellsworth ... Officer Ordonez
Bill Oberst Jr. ... Job
Jennifer Lyons ... Camio
Amy Argyle ... Lili (as Amy Lawhorn)
Corina Boettger ... Amy
Teddy Vincent ... Bellah
Brendan Norman Brendan Norman ... Tow Truck Driver
Julia Morizawa ... Demon Palmon
Marti Hale ... Demon Balam
Rene Guerrero Rene Guerrero ... Demon Bael & Mover
Allana Barton Allana Barton ... Demon Zagan
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Mirium Jones suffers from schizophrenia. Estranged from her husband because of an illicit affair with a younger woman, Mirium travels alone to the land of her dreams. Sad and lost, she finds herself in an ancient Basilica where she makes a promise to the Devil himself. After returning to the States, Mirium reunites with her husband Gabriel and they set out to begin a new life in a new home, isolated in the forest many miles from the city. Strange images begin to haunt Mirium, and after a violent attack, Gabriel disappears. Now alone and isolated, Mirium's terrifying demonic manifestations begin to drive her to the edge of sanity. Or has the Devil come to take his due? Written by Joseph Paul Stachura writer/director

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Don't watch it!
21 May 2016 | by Leofwine_dracaSee all my reviews

SCREAM AT THE DEVIL is an awful and pointless independent horror production. The cover has been designed to make it look like your standard possession flick, but this is nothing like. Instead it's the humdrum tale of your ordinary housewife who begins to suffer from mental illness and finds herself assailed by weird, demonic visions and other phenomena.

I'm not sure what the market is for a film like this, which so obviously must have been a non-starter for those making it. It lacks a single sympathetic character in the whole cast and for 90% of the running time the viewer is saddled with the below-par acting of Shari Shattuck, an ageing former TV star who fails to hold the attention at all. Oh yeah, and Tony Todd cameos as a cop, but he's no reason to tune into this silly and pointless production.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Grito al Diablo See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital | D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1 (ICON Warner Bros.)

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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