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Devil's Den


During a routine Spanish Fly-smuggling trip to Mexico, two friends stumble upon an out-of-the-way gentlemen's club with no cover charge and plenty of sexy, friendly ladies.

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Fresh: It's ridiculous, of course, but the film seems aware of this fact and runs with it.

- Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Audience Reviews

2 stars

It was a copy of From Dusk Till Dawn the only difference is that the creatures are not vampires in this film.

- urfavoritegirl, Friday, February 6, 2009

1 star

I am not quite sure why you would decide to make a complete rip-off of From Dusk Till Dawn about ten years later, but that is what The Devil's Den is. Plus, any film that features "Spanish Fly" as a plot point is destined to be crappy. Still, I watched it. Why? I don't know precisely. Besides featuring horror legend Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead), The Devil's Den has little to offer besides some lame strip club scenes in the beginning and some even lamer battles with the undead that drag on way too long despite the film only being 84 minutes long.

- fb555928095, Wednesday, April 18, 2012

2 stars

If when you were watching From Dusk Til Dawn you wished, "If only this could be shittier" then this is the movie for you. Not a terrible movie but after seeing this and Eagle vs Shark I have to say I'm really shocked with the direct ripoffs I've seen recently. I always thought originality was a bit overrated, but dear God, both the aforementioned could be shot using the same scripts as the films they are "inspired" by. Oh well, it's good seeing Ken Foree anytime.

- cacutshaw, Thursday, July 24, 2008