The Devil Conspiracy is one of the better independent action horror films over the past couple of years that should be seen on the biggest screen possible. I wasn’t sure what to expect from The Devil Conspiracy noting the trailer looked underwhelming with its CGI, but the story looked promising enough to overcome those issues. Luckily I was correct in giving this one a shot.
Director Nathan Frankowski makes this low-budget action horror film look like it was made for Universal or Warner Brothers Discovery on a 100 million dollar budget. He should be considered for a comic book adaptation for the MCU or DCU. He has a knack for bringing extraordinary visuals to the screen. The acting never lets him down as well.
I would go as far as saying this would be the poor man’s Constatine, it just feels like it belongs in a spinoff world of that magnitude. Joe Anderson is a standout as Lucifer. The Devil Conspiracy will, unfortunately, suffer for those who view it home distracted by their phones and other chores around the house. Those who pay attention, however, will have a fantastic time at the movies or home.
Overall Grade: 3.5/5 Stars