The Devil, all the time on Netflix: what is this (very) dark thriller with Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson? – Cinema News

The Devil, all the time on Netflix: what is this (very) dark thriller with Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson?  – Cinema News

After The Lost City of Z, Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson reunite in The Devil, All the Time, a thriller adapted from the novel by Donald Ray Pollock, available today on Netflix.

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Available this September 16 on Netflix, The Devil Every Time is a horror thriller directed and co-written by Antonio Campos. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock published in 2011. The film, produced by Jake Gyllenhaal, among others, brings together an exceptional cast: Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Bill Skarsgard, Mia Wasikowska , Eliza Scanlen, Sebastian Stan, Haley Bennett, Jason Clarke and Riley Keough.

Escape the devil

The title of the film refers to the evil that consumes each of the sinister characters whose fate is linked to young Arvin Russell (Tom Holland) who struggles with all his might against his past and the evil shadow of his father Willard (Bill Skarsgard), Pacific War veteran who desperately tried to save his wife from cancer. During his trip to Ohio, the young man will face a far from pious priest (Robert Pattinson), a couple of unhealthy serial killers (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough) and a crooked and crooked sheriff. (Sebastian Stan).

Austere and frightening, The Devil, all the time can count on its heavy and horrific atmosphere and the impeccable play of its actors to tie the stomach of its audience who will be hypnotized by the photograph of Lol Crawley, who stood out for his work on Black Mirror, The OA and more recently Vox Lux. It should also be noted that the horrific thriller features Harry Melling, known for having played Dudley in the Harry Potter franchise, in a role as bizarre as the one he had in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs by the Coen brothers for Netflix.

The trailer for The Devil, All the Time, available on Netflix:

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