The Devil's Restaurant (2017) 720p

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Genres:
Comedy | Horror
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
785.00M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
85 min
IMDB Rating:
3.5 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
193
Seeds:
15
Peers:
5
Directors: Eric Ford Holevinski [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Andy made a deal with a demon. He manages a small but ambitious Italian eatery called Scoppa. The demon's black magic lures patrons to the restaurant; in return, Andy feeds guests to the demon, who dwells in the basement. It was all going smoothly, business was booming, reviews were glowing... Until the busboy found out. —Eric T. Ford.

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Reviews

Not funny, not scary, not as good as most high school film projects

Take a film with no scares, no humor, bad dialogue, bad acting, no money, a stupid story and you have The Devil's Restaurant. Blows my mind that people may have actually spent time working on this. Time for a new job or hobby or whatever this was....

Real indie cinema, without the fluff

I actually rather enjoyed this film. Did it have its flaws? Yes. Do I wish it was gorier? Absolutely. But the overall film works, even with the minuscule budget it had.

It never fails to amaze me...after I see a film that I consider moderately enjoyable, I then read reviews that say it's the worst film in the world, or in this case, the worst director in the world. I found the directing to be smart, taking advantage of specific elements (eg lighting & sound) to hide some of the shortcomings in fx due to budget constraints. The premise is interesting and the cast does an above average job at conveying their respective characters. Much of the dialog feels a bit broken and over the top, but I have absolutely zero doubt that the director cast the film with this in mind. While not an over the top comedy/horror, the film does indeed have a fair amount of black comedy throughout.

My personal wishes would have been:
  • loads of gore. The premise is perfect for a full-on gorefest, especially with the black humor portrayed by characters and the script.
  • a little more development and story behind the demon. We get some, but not much. It certainly isn't needed, but it could have assisted in adding depth to the story.


The 85 minutes went by very quickly and I was entertained the entire time. The film moves quickly, adding just enough character development and backstory to provide the minimum amount of knowledge necessary for the tale being told. This is no Oscar winner, nor will it be one most people would even watch a second time, but I enjoyed it.

For fans of:
  • horror
  • black comedy
  • demonic stories


It is worth RESTATING...this is a low budget indie film. If you go in to this expecting tons of great fx, loads of gore, and jump-scares, this film is not for you. If you like a moderately paced dramatic horror film with dark humor, and done on an indie budget, give it a shot. It's on Prime right now (11/2019) so it's worth the price.

Dont watch.

Horribel movie, maybe the worst made, the director should never be allowed to do another movie.
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