3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The ending was it's downfall..,
This review is from: The Devil's Business [DVD] (DVD)
Two hit men, Pinner, a veteran, and Cully, a wet-behind-the-ears new boy, are waiting at their next victims house, he's at the theatre and is due back at midnight. What they expect to be a quick in and out job soon shows them the true demons.
I liked this film up until about 10 minutes from the end. The acting was good and so was the dialogue, it's very wordy but not too wordy that it'd put you to sleep. I think this film would make a great play. I loved the eeriness to it all. Some parts were executed better than others but none was what would be considered awful. I do wish that there had been a bit more on screen horror instead of behind doors but as this was low budget it's understandable. It uses very little to create an overall great atmosphere, both of the leads just carry your attention. The chemistry between Billy Clark and Jack Gordon made the film especially the way they just seemed to play off of each other.
I can't help but think that the homunculus looks like a cheap copy of Three Fingers from the Wrong Turn franchise.