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Plot: When you steal from the Devil, There will be Hell to pay.
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Entertaining if somewhat flawed indie effort
Just released from prison, a former thief hooks up with an associate and his girlfriend to rob a local bank infamous for having no security, but when they pull it off they realize the money they stole is from Satan himself and sets out to get his money any way he can.
This was a pretty solid indie effort. The fact that the episodic chapter format of the film is a nice way of going about this one. Getting going with the early section offering an overview of everything, from the demons’ structure in their realm and the nature of the humans’ relationship which consists of growing exasperation at the couples’ amorous antics at the expense of professionalism offers up the kind of workable starting point needed here. As this expands out into the backstories for the various characters working at the bank, the early setup is quite enjoyable and immersive. This leads into the actual robbery where they’re shown to be successful yet shown to still be ad odds with each other. Although the potential is there to be the give away as to how they get caught, all of the various tracking techniques employed here from the supernatural influences in the spiritual world by causing the car to crash and stall out have a fun energy as the events begin to build up. While this is done in conjunction with the other demons having fun in their realm or influencing the outcome of the trio into more devious circumstances that only enhance their frustration and exasperation with each other. The final half, featuring the full extent of their powers taunting and tormenting the group for their misdeeds, gives this one a lot to like. Those tactics, from hallucinations to being captured and teased by the different demons inhabiting the world they’ve been lead to all the fun of the finale where they’re finally captured and turn over to the figure running things. The karmic retribution for each of the figures involved in the robbery has a lot to like and is wholly appropriate to their role as well, playing out in a satisfying manner. There are a few problems to be had here. The main problem is the utterly unlikeable main group of robbers who we’re supposed to care about what happens to them but we really don’t. The film’s only endearing qualities for them is to show each of them growing more and more frustrated at each other or cursing someone else out without doing much to ensure their survival and cooperation, especially as this goes along which might make it tough to care what happens. The low-budget might also be an issue for some, especially in the lack of spectacle or gore for the kills, but otherwise, this one wasn’t too bad.
Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Language and Violence.
After being released from prison, Ted and his associates decide to rob Coven National Bank, later to find out that even more than a mob front, it’s really owned by Lucifer. Oh yeah – and all of the employees are witches who take the souls of the people who owe them money.
This is told through flashback from Ted, who is dead, as he deals with a young couple who mess everything up, as well as the devil (Mike Ferguson), who keeps having threeways and upsetting his wife Lilith. It’s kind of like a Satanic Pulp Fiction, I guess, with more of a silly sense of humor.
So yeah. The devil has a bank. He has marital problems. And he looks like a biker. So there’s a lot to come to grips with, I guess, but I feel like you can handle it.
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Director Fernando Acevedo
Writer Sophia Louisa, Sandra Rosko, Bryan Sapphire
Actors Mike Ferguson, Sheri Davis, Angelica Ayon
Country United States, Mexico
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