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Devil's Den

horror


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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Top Critic Reviews

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

1 star

It takes a really bad movie to force me into fond reminiscence of 'From Dusk Till Dawn.' That's what this movie tries to offer but only manages a protracted exercise in vampiric boredom. While the characters in FDTD were repulsive, at least they were memorable. If you're expecting boobs and blood, there's precious few of the former and a sizable sluice of the latter but tapped through repetitive action scenes.

- DrStrangeblog, Tuesday, December 29, 2009

1 star

It takes a really bad movie to force me into fond reminiscence of 'From Dusk Till Dawn.' That's what this movie tries to offer but only manages a protracted exercise in vampiric boredom. While the characters in FDTD were repulsive, at least they were memorable. If you're expecting boobs and blood, there's precious few of the former and a sizable sluice of the latter but tapped through repetitive action scenes.

- DrStrangeblog, Tuesday, December 29, 2009

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