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The Devil's Hand

HD   PG-13 Closed Captioning

Christian E. Christiansen

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About the Movie

From Oscar®-nominated director Christian E. Christiansen comes this spine-tingling story of satanic terror. In the small, devout village of New Bethlehem, six girls are born on the sixth day of the sixth month, setting in motion an ancient prophecy—on their 18th birthday, one of the girls will become the Devil's Hand. As the day nears, the young women begin to disappear. Threatened by the town's fiery religious leader (Colm Meaney), the remaining girls, Mary and Ruth, join with Mary's father (Rufus Sewell) to uncover the chilling truth behind the evil that grips New Bethlehem.

Customer Reviews


I found it boring and the actors were bad. it docent hep that dexters sister played in it lol she couldn’t deal with her brother being a psychopath so she became religious!

A look inside the cult of Amish

The movie wasn’t bad, and worked as a fictional film, but there ware so many elements that just seemed so real, I wonder how much of the movie was really make-believe? The Amish people seem so cultish, it surprises me that they are able to go about living the way that they do. This movie is a testament to the insanity in what some of these people believe.


Watched this because the “Father” is O’Brein in the Start Trek series (Next Gen and DS9) but it was a decent story line with character development but no real scares, because it was under the horror genre. I would watch it again definitely had the “Cult Mentality” down pat in the movie.