The horror movie took two years to come together for the low-budget film, but quickly ramped up with quite a few familiar faces and stars.
Star actress and Aussie Supermodel Sophie Turner said she couldn’t believe how good the movie turned out after seeing it for the first time. It was also her first lead role in a movie.
Actor Jeremy London, best known for his regular roles on MallRats, Party of Five, 7th Heaven, and I'll Fly Away, as well as a notable supporting role in the Civil War epic Gods and Generals direct his first film, a psychological thriller with a surprise ending.
It starts off with a bang and continues with unexpected dramatic, twists and turns throughout film.
The Devil’s Dozen is a spine chilling, supernatural horror film, which features an all-star cast. They're led by Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), C. Thomas Howell (Southland, The Amazing Spiderman), Jake Busey (Enemy of the State, Identity, Starship Troopers), Jeremy London (Party of Five, Mallrats), Billy McNamara (Chasers), Dante Basco (Hook, Blood and Bone), Erik Aude (Bounce, The Cutting Edge: Going for Gold), Omar Gooding (Baby Boy, Family Times), Carla Toutz (Clear Lake WI, The Martini Shot), Gianni Capaldi (The Martini Shot), Grace Johnston (Beaches, The Martini Shot), Sammy Durrani (The Martini Shot), Sophie Turner (The Martini Shot), and William Morgan Shepherd (The Prestige, Transformers).
The movie spotlights a dozen strangers, who suddenly find themselves in a life or death game where sins are judged and every choice a testament to their character. The innocent must strive to maintain their integrity, while the guilty can only hope their deaths lead to the truly innocent walking out alive.
“The Devil’s Dozen” is at a minimum, a scary, psychological rollercoaster ride. Not recommended for kids under 17.
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