Varied and thoughtful collection of atmospheric tales. Well-known worth checking out.
Reviewed by agorgedslug4 / 10 / 10
Gratuitous horror for the viscerally deprived.
Lately I've been forcing myself to go into movies with absolutely zero expectations. This view surprisingly has paid off on more than one occasion. With such a rich texture of cinematic styles from the four corners there is something in this film for everyone - even if they don't enjoy every segment, there is bound to be one that appeals to their particular sensibilities (or lack thereof). I've never been a fan of demonic material as most people seldom understand its roots or real-world implications. But biblical inaccuracies aside, it is still a thrill a minute romp that doesn't let up from the opening credits to the final chord. Definitely deserves better than its score, which is weird because most of the users reviews are pretty good.
Reviewed by nogodnomasters4 / 10 / 10
The title comes from the Bible but also represents the 13 different directors from around the world, although everything looked British except that one Irish segment. 13 episodes in 80 minutes make the episodes very basic. They set up a scene, bring in a demon, and kill someone. The twists are nice but are meaningless without a longer set up. I liked the one with Rebecca (Faith Knight) didn't see that coming. It could be made into a longer film or a TV series.
Guide: D-word. sex. nudity.