The Evil Down the Street (2019) - Drama, Horror, Mystery

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The Ryan family moves into their new dream home having no idea their new home is possessed by a demon. Katie Ryan becomes tormented by the demon and begins to terrorize her family. A Paranormal Horror Thriller inspired by true events.

IMDB: 4.8
Director: David J. Espinosa
Stars: Kelton Jones, Alena Gerard
Length: 97 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 33 found boring (6.06%)

One-line Reviews (14)

This was well worth the watch.

Captivating and suspenseful indie horror/thriller that was well written and well executed.

Enjoyed It .

The Evil Down the Street is a well written suspenseful indie film about demonic possession.

The actress Alena Gerard perfectly portrays what a real life possession would look like and the way she is quickly able to go from sweet housewife/ mother to something a lot more sinister and dark is truly mind boggling.

Nothing happens.

I highly recommend it!

If you feel like being really bored for an hour and a half or you just can't fall asleep, I would recommend it.

A suspenseful story set in a house where things go bump in the night.

Suspenseful entertainment .

This movie gets it's scares from genuinely creepy and suspenseful moments.

Very suspenseful .

The cast did a superior job with facial movement, timing and cadence of their voices to keep viewers on the edge of their seat for what would come next.

A well-done Indie Horror Film that keeps you on the edge of your seat.