A couple’s preteen son and daughter inexplicably reappear after being lost overnight on a desolate, cave-riddled mountainside. Becoming withdrawn and beginning to exhibit strange behavior, their parents quickly assume something sinister happened to them while missing and alone.
But after hearing an ominous local legend… the concerned mother and father begin to realize that their children may have fallen prey to something inhuman – and that this dark, unstoppable evil has now returned home with them.
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||December 13th, 2013 (Limited) by Magnolia Pictures, released as Here Comes the Devil|
||March 18th, 2014 by Magnolia Home Entertainment, released as Here Comes the Devil|
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||Missing Person, Possessed, Scary Kids, Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release, LGBT, Prologue, Serial Killer, Non-Chronological, Surprise Twist, Revenge, Doppelganger|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
||Salto De Fe Films, Makila Proyect, Cosmopolitan Films|
March 17th, 2014
It's a good week / bad week on the home market. The good news is there are four films coming out this week that earned some level of Awards Season buzz. The bad news... there are four films coming out this week that earned some level of Awards Season buzz and they scared away the competition. Two of those four films are strong enough to be contenders for Pick of the Week, Frozen on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack and American Hustle on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack. Unfortunately, I'm still waiting for the screeners for both of those movies, so I'm not sure which of those two is the Pick of the Week. Fortunately, the screener for 12 Years a Slave arrived and the Blu-ray is Pick of the Week material.
March 17th, 2014
Here Comes the Devil is a Mexican horror film that opened last year in limited release. Horror movies rarely do well in limited release, and worse still, this one was saddled with weak reviews. Needless to say, the film struggled in theaters. Does it deserve a second chance on the home market? Or were moviegoers smart to give this film a pass the first time around?
December 17th, 2013
American Hustle started its box office run in limited release with a stunning average of $123,409. This is the second best per theater average for the year, behind only Frozen. Saving Mr. Banks opened in 15 theaters earning an average of $27,558. It should do well in its upcoming expansion. Inside Llewyn Davis expanded, playing in 15 theaters over the weekend while its per theater average fell to $23,786. It will continue to expand. The overall box office leader, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, was the final film in the $10,000 club earning an average of $18,869.
December 13th, 2013
On the one hand, this is an amazing weekend for limited releases as there are not one, but two films opening that are very likely going to earn multiple Oscar nominations. On the other hand, most films opening this weekend are earning weak releases. The two main Oscar contenders are American Hustle and Saving Mr. Banks, while The Crash Reel is up for Best Feature-Length Documentary.
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