The Devil's Hand
Directed by Christian E. Christiansen
In the small, isolated village of New Bethlehem, members of the quietly devout community live in fear. The Elders have warned that an ancient prophecy may soon be fulfilled – that upon turning 18 years old, one of six girls, all born on the sixth day of the sixth month, will become the “Devil’s Hand.” As that day approaches, one-by-one the girls begin to die. Could this be the act of a serial killer, a village elder, or the horrific prophecy come true...?
When young girls start to go missing within a religious cult, older followers fear a long-told prophecy while the younger members suspect abusive elders are killing them off.
Cast: Adelaide Kane, Alycia Debnam Carey, Jennifer Carpenter, Leah Pipes
really liked it
I really liked this movie. Kind of predictable but that didn't take away from the slashy goodness of this film.
This is okay. Excellent supporting performances from Rufus Sewell, Jennifer Carpenter and Colm Meaney but the girls were poorly developped and their acting very so-so. The buildup lacked tension and when things finally got better towards the end, the movie was almost over. Except from the cliché premise, the story was actually refreshing if not a little predictable. Great ending.
Watched this movie years ago and couldn't remember the ending so decided to rewatch it. There were components and parts that I thought were amazing, the "twist" ending was a bit predictable but still well done.