Brazilian horror film The Devil Lives Here Is Out on DVD and VOD

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the-devil-lives-here-theatrical-posterOne day, teenagers spending the weekend in a remote house will not open that door, you know the one that unleashes the devil and/or his murderous henchmen onto our unsuspecting and sexually active teens. Well, this is not that weekend! Brazilian indie horror film The Devil Lives Here (original language title: O Diabo Mora Aqui and short-lived English language title, The Fostering) sticks to the familiar frame of a plot but adds Brazilian folklore, the country’s black slave past with frightening visuals and top-notch acting to create a terrifying tale of demons unleashed.

Initial critical response:

  • “Picture a film created by Sam Raimi and Dario Argento working in tandem. I really can’t recommend The Devil Lives Here enough; it’s a fantastic fright flick…Check this one out immediately!” – OutreEye
  • “The acting is near perfect and the screenplay keeps us on the edge of our seats..more than a film, it is an experience.” – Amos Lassen
  • The Devil Lives Here…can get horror fans excited about the holidays. This would be a fun present. I am going to be watching it again.” – WickedChannel
  • “If you are after horror you will find it with The Devil Lives Here.” –TheRottingZombie
  • The Devil Lives Here is the most beautiful nightmare you’re likely to have in a while…Part period horror, part morality tale and part rural shocker…and as pure a horror film as you could hope to see. – ScreamHorrorMag
  • The Devil Lives Here is the Brazilian Candyman. See the movie when you get the chance.. The imagery is inspired and terrifying…the visuals and the frights will translate into a fun and terrifying ride for anyone willing to get on board.” – HorrorFreakNews

The Devil Lives Here is now available on the following VOD sites:

 The Devil Lives Here is now available on DVD at many sites including:

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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