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  The Pact director Nicholas McCarthy, returns with this hotly anticipated feature, which pits two sisters against supernatural forces. Starring Naya Rivera (Glee, The Naughty List), Catalina Sandino Moreno (Maria Full of Grace, Che: Part Two), Ashley Rickards (Awkward, Sassy Pants), and Wyatt Russell (22 Jump Street, Everybody Wants Some).

Prepare for palpitating edge-of-your-seat terror as The Works Film & Television Group presents acclaimed supernatural thriller, AT THE DEVIL'S DOOR, available on DVD and Digital from 3rd April 2017 in both the UK and Ireland.
 
Following his trail-blazing directional debut, The Pact, director Nicholas McCarthy returns with this hotly anticipated feature, which pits two sisters against supernatural forces. Receiving critical acclaim for its theatrical release in the US, At the Devil’s Door continues McCarthy's journey of darkness to create a Rubik's Cube of a horror movie that mines terror from the innocuous, with every frame designed for maximum dread impact.
  Graeme Clark [22 Mar 2017 at 22:57]
     

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