If your child is sick, you’ll do anything you can to make them better. But what if a possession could heal the brain cancer that your son is suffering from? What would you do?
Directed by Kelton Jones and written by James Cullen Bressack, this is the story of former priest Ben (Jonathan Stoddard) and his wife Norma (Daniela Palavecino), whose son Alex is seeing visions of a cult while being struck by a rare form of brain cancer.
I’ve said it before, I will say it again, but if an elderly neighbor comes to you with a medical procedure that involves roots and rituals, move. It happens here, as one such non-traditional medical procedure leads to Alex dying on the operating table and coming back to life, yet different. Like devil inside him different.
Vernon Wells mentioned to me just how much he enjoyed being in this film. It’s a really intriguing concept that while not completely realized or perfect still has plenty of frightening visuals along the way.
Of the Devil is available on digital and VOD from Uncork’d Entertainment.