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Demon Baby (2014)

Wandering Rose (original title)
Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 2 June 2015 (USA)
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A young couple looking to rekindle a damaged relationship retreat to the remote Scottish Highlands. They are haunted by their past, their surroundings and each other.

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(as Corrie Greenop)

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(as Corrie Greenop),
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Credited cast:
... Rose
... Theo
... Officer Thwaites
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anya Nixon ... The Figure
... Doctor Amin
Lee Phillips ... Doctor Phillips
Theodore Wightman ... Chav
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Rose and Theo are a young couple setting out on a camper van holiday in the remote Scottish Highlands when ghostly apparitions begin to haunt their perfect weekend away. Rose's mental state begins to deteriorate along with Theo's patience. How will they survive this weekend away when something from Rose's past comes back to haunt them? Written by Corrie Greenop

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What do you do, when you're biggest fear, is inside you?

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Horror | Thriller

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£1,000,000 (estimated)
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Whilst shooting in Scotland, the cast and crew were frequently forced to abandon locations due to their being plagued by midges and mosquitoes. See more »

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References Inbred (2011) See more »

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Delivers on some levels
21 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

I understand from other reviews that Little Devil cost less than £10k, on this basis I'm wading in with an 8 star review. Little Devil is not a brilliant film, however it is a brilliant achievement for the cash laid out. It's not the usual cheap British fare, this is a glossy looking film, that had been made with great time, care and attention.

The plot is very thin, but so are some of the best movies, the performances above the line for Low budget Brit horror, it's one of those films that clearly has the edge.

Beautifully shot, great sound, above standard story, nice performances. I can't really say much more than you get in the synopsis, give it a chance, and consider the films value.


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