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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

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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

2 stars

If you read the description of this movie, then you know you're not about to view an Oscar worthy movie. Also, if you saw this in Japan it was marketed as Blood Angel (which made it difficult to find on IMDB and Flixter at the time). Sawa is looking to eke out a living as a small time drug dealer of selling Spanish Fly to college kids, to which everyone is quick to remark "I thought college kids were smarter than that." To prove it works to his friend, as well as win a bet, they go to a strip club called Devil's Den to work it on strippers (which I don't see how that would work because aren't these girls supposed to be horny for a dollar anyway?). Turns out, the girls are not human and a blood bath ensues- a blood bath that Kelly Hu and Ken Foree are the only ones semi-prepared for. The movie is very predictable and the characters are standard (Hu and Sawa at odds with quirky, testy dialogue to each other but ending up actually being a match for each other). The wrap up of the story was just as predictable as well (but not necessarily bad). If you like sci-fi original type movies, that means B/C movies with B+ production values and scripting, you'll enjoy this like I did.

- bastet05, Tuesday, August 25, 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