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Directed By:
Robert Fuest

Ernest Borgnine, Tom Skerritt, Tom Skerritt and William Shatner

Rated PG
Genre: Horror
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Mild Language, Graphic Violence, Other Shoe Ending


Ok, yet another horrible movie about Satan from the 1970s! This one follows a man whose out to get revenge on the cult that killed his parents and his brother and sister hot on his trail to stop him before he gets killed as well.

The cult is not just a bunch of whack jobs like normal cults, the leader is not just a lunatic but a power evil magic user who can turn people into dead people into human demons which I call Zemons.

Now the movie isn't all bad, it has William Shatner, Ernest Borgnine, Tom Skerritt and Eddie Albert. But what the hell were they thinking? Plus, the melting effects are cool. But that don't matter not when it comes to the other shoe ending. Mark turns the own demonic rain on Jonathan Corbis, the now possessed leader of the the cult and defeated him. He saved the girl and gives her a big hug but it is revealed to us that it was Corbis and not the girl hugging back, the girl or at least her soul is trapped inside with the Devil's Rain, which mean he killed his girlfriend or sister or whatever and not the cult leader. You can say it with me, BOGUS! Major bogus ending. I think every horror movie written in that decade was written by a cult of Satanist. Come on, every movie about Satan at that time period had a bad ending. Even a good chunk of the sci-fi had bad endings.

I mean what was that decade and movies with bad endings! It's just sloppy writing, if you want to leave it open to a sequel, there are other ways, better ways. Or was it I'm write and the writers were Satanist and they were trying to say EVIL is stronger then GOOD. If that was the message then no wonder why people say the 1970s' sucked on ice. We both give THE DEVIL'S RAIN, THE TURKEY!