Arizona Republic

By Randy Cordova
Although it won’t win any points for originality, it is a fast-moving little chiller filled with creepy atmosphere and convincing performances.
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The Playlist

By Drew Taylor
If there's a problem that gets in the way of some genuinely scary moments, it's that the filmmakers (all four of them) don't ever give you enough information to invest in the characters.
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The Dissolve

By Scott Tobias
The small achievement of Devil’s Due is how much it both exploits the video-cam approach and overcomes some of its limitations.
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Time Out New York

Also, as ever, the million-dollar question remains: Why does Zach carry on filming as he is being flung against the ceiling by demonic forces?
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The Telegraph

By Tim Robey
Oscillates between the jolting and the absurd, bottoming out with a nonsensical coda.
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By Kim Newman
An ordinary, forgettable horror film. Even the Devil deserves more than this.
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The Guardian

It's as substantial as seeing "The Exorcist" redone on Snapchat – and let's not even consider the implication of casting black and Latino performers as Satan's minions, because clearly its makers haven't.
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Time Out London

By Nigel Floyd
Devil’s Due spends far too much time on home movie footage of likeable newlyweds Zach (Zach Gilford) and Samantha McCall (Allison Miller), while neglecting to scare the bejesus out of us.
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Movie Nation

By Roger Moore
The dialogue is dull, the performances perfunctory and while it is novel to leave out “the explainer” character — that slim hope that a priest, an expert on the Occult or whoever, can give the characters answers — common to this genre, leaving that character out robs the film of pathos and urgency.
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The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett direct with competence but a dispiriting lack of originality.
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33 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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