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  1. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Un excellent scénario de Richard Matheson, avec un Christopher Lee véritablement transcendant, pour ce que nous considérons comme le meilleur film du cinéaste... www.cinefiches.com

  3. Bram Vroonland's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    There are films that make sense, there are films that try not to, and there are those that just don't. This one just doesn't. However that does not take away from the experience as its aesthetics hover somewhere between spectacular and hilarious.

  4. Hector Lima's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Christopher Lee as a British Dr. Strange in a story mirroring the occultist craze of the late 60s / early 70s, with such well-researched information by Richard Matheson and tension created by Fisher's direction. Plus great theme and opening credits. A true work of its times, and the 666th movie I checked on Mubi.

  5. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Christopher Lee has got to give one of the most bizarre performances I've ever seen in a movie

  6. Matt's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    A Hammer production, directed by Terrence Fisher, staring Christopher Lee and written by Richard Matheson. How can you lose?

  7. bcdcdude's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Missed the start of it (it was on TV at 9am), but a decent hangover movie!

  8. Matt Rolls's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Total rubbish really, must have felt dated even at the time - feels more like 1958 than 1968, and Hammer were making great films like Dracula in 1958.

  9. Keith Fletcher's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Great to watch Christopher Lee as the hero in this Hammer film, taking on a Crowley-type warlock. Special Effects are decent for the time.

  10. Greg S.'s rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Usually Hammer Horror movies are good for a few great scenes but this one is in incredibly consistent and crazy fun. Christopher Lee rolling up to the black mass and using a crucifix like a hand grenade to blow up Satan probably beats every other scene in cinematic history in the 'Shit just got real' department, no joke.

  11. Garry Eunson's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Like Nosferatu's fear of the outsider, Dennis Weatleys reactionary take on the 1930s finds an audience in the turbulent year of 1968. It has the feel of a Rodger Corman movie rather than a Hammer film, that might be because of the spider! The double ending was very clever. Although it still works as a horror and thriller, it's really about small c conservativism against foreign radicalism!

  12. Bijoux Alexanderplatz's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Christopher Lee was great. The film is spooky fun, though, I too could have done without the tarantula bit.

  13. slaepwerigne's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    i feel like i must have been missing something with this one. i thought it totally blew.

  14. Tigrão's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    Not as lavish and kitsch as the usual Hammer costume movies, and a bit silly at some points (Spider?), it still benefits from a spotless direction from Terence Fisher, and a truly badass performance from Christopher Lee (I mean, the moustache & the goatee makes it all work!)

  15. Erik Gregersen's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    1. Terence Fisher may be one of the most underrated directors of all time. 2. This movie really hits the ground running.

  16. ΞRIC B∆D TASTΞ's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    such a great & suspenseful occultism thriller.

  17. I.L.'s rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    The ferocity in which this movie throws out twist after twist, turn after turn, at such relentless speed will leave you breathless. There are no moments to stop and catch one's breath, hardly a chance for explanation on the lunacy that just happened. And has there ever been an occult B-movie that was so lovingly detailed, it was as if Fisher believed all this hocus-pocus, making it all the more moving and - fun.

  18. Stephen Campbell's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    quite possibly Hammers finest Hour and one Terence Fishers best films

  19. Richmond Hill's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    The usual Hammer whiff of musty crushed-velvet and Kensington Gore is atoned by a focused if genteel derivation of Crowley. It has a kind of polite verve that motors nicely through to the expected climax.

  20. Silenzio's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    One of the Hammer classics. After the Horror of Dracula it is possiblly the best film they made. It benefits mainly from a suberb, rare performance from Christopher Lee as the good guy while Charles Gray makes a fantastic villain. Only the special effects let the film down otherwise it is entertaining from start to finish.

  21. Rolph90's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

  22. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film The Devil Rides Out

    One of Hammer's most flat-out entertaining films. It's overly genteel at times, and there are some hokey special effects - but it's fast paced and imaginative, with a strong screenplay by genre great Richard Matheson, a fine central performance by Christopher Lee in a rare heroic role, and another superb score by James Bernard. A must for fans of Hammer horror.