In a world where routine business decisions can land you in the vice grip of demonic pursuit and a one-way ticket to eternal damnation, be careful and ask yourself how much you really want that promotion. You could wind up with an old woman’s gums wrapped around your head.
Life was hard in the 1980s. No cell phones. Your Sony walkman probably cost about $200. You’re shitty college roommate constantly sleeps with everyone and makes it real awkward when you come home to sleep. Satanic cults may or may not exist. We’ve all been there, and Ti West’s The House of the Devil goes balls deep into the time period. Click through to read our Review of Ti West’s The House of the Devil.
Have you ever been just chilling in a hospital, waiting to give birth to a child, when some bro-cop bursts in with a meth head and then you’re besieged by cultists and cosmic horror monsters and shit? Ugh, tell me about it. Really though, The Void is a pretty unique take on cults, and the downright wacky happenings that occur when they actually figure out how to open the portal that they’re always talking about.