Devour (2005)

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Revolves around a character named Jake Gray and his friends that have been playing a deadly game called "The Pathway", which eventually spirals out of control and threatens a worldwide epidemic of violence.


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26 December 2005 | BeautifulTragedy
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| An interesting Lie
Yes, this film offers an odd perspective of the paranormal, from religion to speculation, there is a clear definition... Once the film starts, you realize there is a lot going on, and there are many twists and turns that lead you to the ultimate ending of faith, belief, power, imagination, and an important story. Of course there are things that make many believe that this type of storyline is absurd, but from the beginning till when it all starts to reveal itself is a great intrigue, if not an obvious plot to turn to. If nothing else, Devour will reveal itself as an interesting turn of events in a mediocre world. Considering that this is a movie that isn't as shocking nor revealing as Saw or Land of the Dead it's worth a viewing since it was never released in theaters. It may not be the next Hitchcock, but there's a vibe to it that may make the many fans of this genre enjoy the originality!!

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