Supporting the scares is a strong cast, the standout being Naya Rivera as Vera, the younger sister who refuses to start a family or get married, much to the disappointment of older sister Leigh who is incapable of bearing children. Rivera offers the most natural performance in the film, a young woman whose ideal vision of her own future is turned upside down when satanic forces take a keen interest in her family.
That last point about Vera being forced to abandon her preferred marriage-free and child-free lifestyle choice is both part of the film’s strength and weakness. On the one hand it makes her a more interesting character and allows for actress Naya Rivera to sink her teeth into a meaty role.
Review “At the Devil’s door"
I JUST PUT MY SHIRT ON AND THERE WAS A SPIDER IN IT!!!!!!!!
or did you just put a shirt on that a spider was already wearing?
thats so rude
i wanna die like this
Nash Grier compilation of comebacks
"he probably shaves her arms while she sleeps" *dies of laughter*
what if people named their kids when they turn 18 so the kid has a name that fits its personality