666: The Devil’s Child (2014) Film Review

Posted: January 22, 2015 in Horrendous Horror Movies
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666: The Devil’s Child, directed by Manzie Jones, was absolutely dreadful.

The synopsis, according to IMDB.com, reads, “[This is] the story of two friends, a young woman and young man, who visit another young woman who they’ve met on the internet. Once they arrive at the woman’s remote house, unexplainable things begin to happen, and the woman who owns the house is anything but what they expect.”

Our first young woman, Vanessa, an unskillful film student, oozed bitterness throughout every scene – and she is played by Nadya Suleman, the infamous Octomom. Her wooden acting was atrocious, and her short, snippy lines of dialogue brought absolutely nothing of relevance to the film.

Jessica (Chanon Finley), the other young woman, was an alcoholic, psychotic seductress. If she was, in fact, a paranormal entity, 666: The Devil’s Child never fully explained it. I mean, sure, there is one Google search revolving around a “succubus,” but other than that, Jessica just appeared to be a woman with incredibly sharp teeth and an insatiable craving for men and old family recipes.

This movie consisted of three unexciting things:

  1. Pointless conversations
  2. Nonstop drinking
  3. Lots and lots of sleeping

Curious things – cups moving on their own, keys vanishing, and grotesque sores budding on Octomom’s stomach – started happening, but again, nothing was ever explained. Are these strange happenings related to Jessica, or are they related to the ghosts hovering around the house? The world may never know.

And, nearer the end, Octomom showcased her selfish side. After being attacked by Jessica, she merely crawls towards the camera instead of checking to make sure her young friend, who was also attacked, was okay. Selfish much?!

Oh, and the “child” element doesn’t come into play until the last thirty seconds of the film. Really?

Overall, 666: The Devil’s Child was crap…and I would recommend you stay FAR away from it.

To watch the trailer, click here.

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Comments
  1. Shayna says:

    I completely agree, yes there was a few jump scares here and there, but the plot was completely screwed up. It seems unfinished. There was over detailed scenes, scenes that could’ve been removed, and add more dialogue and deeper mystery then researching “succubus”.

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