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The Devil is still hungry after this movie has ended...
So just what exactly do you feed the Devil? Apparently boredom, judging from this movie.
I was initially lured in to watch this movie given the movie's cover/poster, because it really did look interesting and I do enjoy horror movies. So naturally I did pick up this movie. But perhaps I should have checked it out on IMDb first...
The storyline in "Feed the Devil" was unfathomably boring, and very, very little happened throughout the course of this movie. And whatever did happen here wasn't hardly enough to lift the movie back up on course from the boredom that served as a restrictive anchor around it.
I had essentially expected somewhat more from this movie, so I was left mighty high and dry. And I must admit that more than once did my attention drift away from the screen.
As for the acting in "Feed the Devil", well all I can say is that I found it to be rigid and wooden, and pretty much fitting to the rest of the movie.
"Feed the Devil" is a movie that I doubt that you will ever watch a second time, provided you actually make it through the entire movie the first time.
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