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The Devil’s Hand (2014)

The Devil’s Hand (2014)

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Five young Amish girls accused of being Satan’s children must fight for their lives when their devout community elders insist they be “cleansed” before turning 18.

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(63) comments

  • Keith CSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Pretty entertaining for a B-grade flick.

  • Tim SSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    The most positive thing that I can possibly say about The Devil’s Hand is that Robert Alda has a large role in it, even if he isn’t all that effective. The other noteworthy cast member is Neil Hamilton, who you might recognize as Commissioner Gordon from the Batman TV series. Other than him and Robert Alda, there’s no reason to watch this film.I was bored to tears with it and I couldn’t really find much good to say about it. I tend to dislike voodoo movies from this era because they’re more about the intent rather than the effect. For example, early in the film Ariadne Welter’s character’s voodoo doll is pierced in the heart, and she has a heart attack. If this film had been made today, she would probably have died. The effect was less-interesting than the intent, and I find that boring in this movie. Nothing really happens and there’s no real threat, only in words, making the characters completely dumb. So the plot goes nowhere, the characters are unrelatable and do unbelievable things, everybody talks and talks about nothing, AND the movie looks like it was shot for TV with sets that look like they’re about to fall over at any minute. Don’t even get me started on the rubber knife scenes. Just skip this, unless you have a morbid movie curiousity like I do.

  • Yvonne BSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Pretty good for a low budget b&w movie

  • Sarah PSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    “All hail Gamba and weird upscale voo-doo dolls!” That’s pretty much the feel of this movie. You can definitely skip it…

  • Devon WSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Eek. That was almost painful. The acting was rather fine, but the story itself was just… blah, boring and silly.

  • Josh MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    wonderfully bad. but I’ve seen worst movies.

  • Andrew BSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Painfully bland and unscary.

  • Amy DSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Uhh…what? I guess as long as you’re a smokin’ blonde you can talk any guy into joining a questionable cult complete with dolls and cardboard swords.

  • Michael WSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Respectable (and engaged) man is lured rather easily by seductive blonde to join a devil worship cult. Does eventually break free but did keep his fiance’s voodoo doll pinned for longer than it would seem necessary.

  • Richard GSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Nice low budget thriller that delivers spooky elements such as voodoo dolls, ESP, witchcraft, broken romances, spy cameras, illness curses and Commissioner Gordon (Neil Hamilton) as the bad guy. It’s all in good Drive-In programmer fun.

  • Bruce BSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    For a black and white movie this is a pretty good flick. Wouldn’t good as far as to call it a B-Movie. The copy I had was excellent quality and was part of the Drive-In Cult Classics Vol 2, which is a set of 8 movies. This one even had a Drive-In Intermission Film that I remember from back in the day. Robert Alda is our main man, working undercover to expose a cult. We have two beautiful ladies in this one, and while working undercover Robert seems to be falling for the Devil witch. Have to say I enjoyed it. For time frame it was filmed in, must have drew a crowd. Its worth the buy. 4 Stars

  • Grëg WSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    boring and very confusing. a guy joins a cult because he keeps dreaming of a blonde lady when he’s engaged to another woman. things turn bad obviously and drama ensues. this isn’t really worth seeking out.

  • Michael RSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Somewhat dated, but pretty good.

  • Jenifer BSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    This gets points for being about dolls, bongo drums, and mental projection.

  • Jonathan SSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Dopey witch cult movie with dolls, voodoo, and knife wheels.

  • Chris PSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Neil Hamilton (Police Commissioner Gordon from the 1960’s Batman TV series) channels the cadences of William S. Burroughs as a doll shop owner and cult leader for the Great Devil God Gamba! Lots of creepy voodoo dolls, a spinning wheel of knives, astral projection, walls of fire and a surf-rock theme song make this a pretty cool movie where there is no well defined hero. If only it hadn’t copped out for the “happy” ending and followed its malicious tenor to an appropriately gruesome conclusion. Robert Alda (father of Alan Alda) also stars as the weak willed man who sells his soul for a little bit of naughty witch sex.

  • Meghan MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Black ‘n’ white voodoo-flavored cheese. With a few creepy dolls.

  • Brent JSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    60’s Batman series Commissioner Gordon as a voodoo doll artisan foiled by Alan Alda’s dad!!

  • Justin WSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    …attractive blonde women apparently have the power to convince stupid men into joining cults and collecting dolls that resemble people. sound like phooey to you? well it is…just like this movie. phooey!

  • Jose MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    There are some nice moments in the film, but it takes a while for interest and suspense to build up. By then, we get some nice scenes that are done well, but it’s almost too late.

  • Christopher MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Pretty bad. Pretty stupid plot and tons of inexcusable reasons to keep the story moving.

  • Robert BSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    The Devil’s Hand (William J. Hole, 1962)

    One of the great things about having a Roku, and the proliferation of channels on same showing silly public domain movies, is that rafts of Z-movie silliness that has been unavailable for decades (even during the video store age, who was going to carry this stuff when DTV had suddenly become A Thing?) is now as close as the Play button on your remote. For years I had this basic idea-call it the disease of nsotalgia-that every movie that had been made before the dawn of the MPAA was a Great Film and that it was only in my lifetime that people were making crap. I am certainly glad I found out different…but how much different, well, sometimes you have no idea until you’re surfing around Netflix and you come up with ridiculousness like The Devil’s Hand.

    Rick Turner (Imitation of Life’s Robert Alda, Alan’s dad) and his fiancee Donna Trent (Three Sad Tigers’ Ariadna Welter) are blissful and looking forward to their upcoming marriage, house, and two point four kids. That is, with the exception of these odd drams Rick has about hot chicks dancing in midair. But…what if they’re not just dreams? As it turns out, the dancer is a real person, Bianca Milan (How to Seduce a Playboy’s Linda Christian), who has ties to a nefarious cult. Rick finds himself drawn to them…but in order to join, he will have to make a sacrifice that calls into question everything he holds dear.

    I always think of that line from Billy Joel’s “Zanzibar” when I watch movies like this: “melodrama’s so much fun/in black and white for everyone/to see…”. Oh Cold River, the melodrama. You know exactly where this is going, don’t you? Hole took an idea that could have been used for at least a few chills (or, more likely, some unintentional hilarity) and instead created something with aspirations to a weepie, with a bit o’ coochie dancing to keep the males in the audience from gnawing their own arms off in an attempt to escape the theater. Pretty much everything about it is terrible, but it at least plasters on the goop thick enough to allow the cheese factor to shine through in hindsight; if you’re a connoisseur of awful horror movies, you owe it to yourself to give this one a watch. Others can, and should, safely avoid. * 1/2

  • Richard DSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Pretty good for a cheap horror from this period. Robert Alda has visions of a mysterious vision who lures him into a demonic voodoo cult led by Neil Hamilton … TV’s Commissioner Gordon. The first half moves at an enjoyable pace, the second half drags until the suitably entertaining climax. Bruno VeSota has a small role.

  • Tim SSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    The most positive thing that I can possibly say about The Devil’s Hand is that Robert Alda has a large role in it, even if he isn’t all that effective. The other noteworthy cast member is Neil Hamilton, who you might recognize as Commissioner Gordon from the Batman TV series. Other than him and Robert Alda, there’s no reason to watch this film.I was bored to tears with it and I couldn’t really find much good to say about it. I tend to dislike voodoo movies from this era because they’re more about the intent rather than the effect. For example, early in the film Ariadne Welter’s character’s voodoo doll is pierced in the heart, and she has a heart attack. If this film had been made today, she would probably have died. The effect was less-interesting than the intent, and I find that boring in this movie. Nothing really happens and there’s no real threat, only in words, making the characters completely dumb. So the plot goes nowhere, the characters are unrelatable and do unbelievable things, everybody talks and talks about nothing, AND the movie looks like it was shot for TV with sets that look like they’re about to fall over at any minute. Don’t even get me started on the rubber knife scenes. Just skip this, unless you have a morbid movie curiousity like I do.

  • [email protected] DSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Boring, silly, absolutely too slow even for a B movie. Sorry guys, I say unless you are in a slow mood for some very old voo doo hoo doo, don’t waste your time.

  • A. LSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Two words ppl’s….surprisingly viewable.

  • [email protected] MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    ce beau film m’ineresse beaucoup,

  • James HSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Low budget and certainly a bit corny aided immensely by the presence of Robert Alda in the lead role. The dialogue is a bit wooden. The performances are decent, but no one is great. It has some creepy moments, but it?s generally pretty tame.

  • Steve MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    The Devil’s Hand (aka “The Devil’s Doll” and “The Naked Goddess”)
    Starring: Robert Alda, Linda Christian, Neil Hamilton, and Ariadna Welter
    Director: William Hole, Jr.

    Good-guy Rick Turner (Alda) is lured into a Satanic cult by telepathic temptress Bianca (Christian). When he discovers the cult is responsible for his fiance’s heart-trouble via a voodoo curse, Rick must choose between the cult and true love. But the voodoo-doll making cult leader, Frank (Hamilton), has ways he believes will keep Rick with the devil worshippers.

    “The Devil’s Hand” has some interesting aspects, and some potentially interesting plot developments (the journalist who has infiltrated the cult, the cult’s ability to infitrate hospital staff, the true sorcery involved–even if Frank uses stage magician tricks to have the demon god “pass judgement” during ceremonies), but none of these are really explored.

    For the most part, this is a woodenly acted melodrama where the charcters are motivated to take actions for no reason other than the script says they must… except for the black cultists; the one beating the voodoo drum and the one who simply HAS to dance whenever the beat is on. Clearly, they’re motivated by natural rythm. (And even taking into account this film dates from 1961, the racist stereotype was grating here, particularly since the cult is established to be worldwide, what with Bianca encountering it in Tibet).

    I say just let your fingers walk right by “The Devil’s Hand”.

  • James HSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    43/100. Low budget and certainly a bit corny aided immensely by the presence of Robert Alda in the lead role. The dialogue is a bit wooden. The performances are decent, but no one is great. It has some creepy moments, but it’s generally pretty tame.

  • Vincent PSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Oh. So… Flixster smushed the entries for The Devil’s Hand (a black-and-white 1960 movie) and Where the Devil Hides (a 2013 movie no one cares about) together… Well, that’s a whole new level of blunder

  • peter hSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Mill Creek’s 50 Movie Pack: Chilling Classics Reviews

    THE DEVIL’S HAND[1962]: One of countless , goofy B-Grade horror films from the 1950’s to early 1960’s to fall into the U.S.A’s Public Domain; THE DEVIL’S HAND is defiantly a product of the bygone “innocent” era in Low Budget filmmaking. Sadly for this horror film a severed hand of the Devil isn’t the source of horror. No, the source of Horror is a devil worshiping cult running out of the basement of a doll shop. Bet you didn’t see that one coming.

    THE PLOT: Sees an engaged man having trouble sleeping because his dreams are haunted by an attractive Bottle Blonde Woman. One day he comes across a doll shop with the image of the woman made into a doll. This discovery leads to the mystery woman, who just happens to be a member of the cult of Gamba& is very keen for the man to join the cult. So the logical thing to do is to join the cult, abandon his fiancée & then end up regretting it.

    THOUGHTS: The ridiculous plot of an attractive blonde witch who is a member of a devil cult, just to go to the expense of making the engaged man join said cult is hilariously stupid. Decent acting, that silly plot and not much else make it worthy of a solid 50%. They don’t make them like this anymore……………..

  • Wes SSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    It had some interesting parts but the characters were terrible and the story doesn’t offer much. A lot of the film is slow and the ending wasn’t too impressive. Basically a boring useless film.

  • Amy DSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Uhh…what? I guess as long as you’re a smokin’ blonde you can talk any guy into joining a questionable cult complete with dolls and cardboard swords.

  • Rod ESeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Note: I have never seen this movie. This review was written for the 60’s The Devil’s Hand.

    This is the most realistic account of a Gamba cult that I have ever seen! Just kidding. It was still fun. You have to love the shady nurse always reporting on the phone.

  • Jerem MSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Bad writing and stiff acting make for good camp value.

  • Keith CSeptember 12, 2014Reply

    Pretty entertaining for a B-grade flick.

  • Carol ROctober 9, 2014Reply

    Horror from start to finish!!
    Didnt guess the person that was killing everyone xx

  • Dustin IOctober 13, 2014Reply

    An interesting film that doesn’t always pay off but is intriguing none the less!

  • Private UOctober 14, 2014Reply

    So much potential (And Rufus Sewell!) ruined by poor acting and nonsensical plots.

  • Jamie COctober 28, 2014Reply

    good movie.. and a good ending 🙂

  • Farah ROctober 30, 2014Reply

    This movie is surprisingly not what I expected. The performances were strong, the story was executed properly to create a scary and suspenseful mood, and the ending is a complete mind-flip. Definitely one of the best horror films I’ve seen.

  • Marah ROctober 30, 2014Reply

    Despite its low budget and cheap look, this movie actually delivers the thrill and fright of a horror film. Brilliant plot twist and constant suspense.

  • Mirza Mohd SNovember 11, 2014Reply

    The promos kinda mislead you in believing this film is just another possession based horror flick, but instead its a very chewable entertaining slasher flick!! This movie is about exactly what I bet goes on in those freak brain-washed Amish communities – “Get away with murder- literally in the name of GOD”. The plot itself is very interesting – 6 girls born on the 6th month 6th day that on their 18th b-day one will be left & she will be the devil hands or “Drommelkind” & now fast forward to 18 years later & a killer is picking them off one by one! Since one was killed by her own mother after birth, the remaining five are the ones to look out for & its up to us to believe if the prophecy is true? Well the film answers every question laid out in the viewers mind in as moderately violent way as possible! While portraying the Amish community, the amount of paranoia and fear the town shared & the use of dagger in the “Kill” sequences, I couldn’t help but remember The Village & I Know What You Did Last Summer, the director seems to have created a semi hybrid of this two! The film looks good, thanks to Frank Godwin’s cinematography, and has some talented actors in it, including young leads Alycia Debnam Carey, Adelaide Kane and Leah Pipes (though the latter looks about 10 years too old for her role) & Colm Meaney, Rufus Sewell and Jennifer Carpenter. While Meaney gets ample screen time to provide a good performance as the creepy & powerful Elder Beacon, its unfortunate the only two known faces Sewell & Carpenter are stuck mainly as back ground props. The twist at the end is pretty alright (one of my guesses). On the whole The Devils Hand is a surprisingly good mystery/horror/ thriller movie that keeps you guessing until most viewers guess right, with a perfect atmosphere set up the film deals with one of the most scariest things of all, evil done in the name of God while in cooperating itself as a slasher flick as well! Ignore the reviews, if you are a fan of this genre, you may like this one!

  • Jim HNovember 13, 2014Reply

    A fairly dull time-killer that is nowhere near good enough to have two names. Wtf is up with that?

  • Ky KDecember 21, 2014Reply

    It could be a serious theological horror film, unfortunately the movie falls on silly and absurd moments, leaving behind the promising dark sides.

  • Cody LDecember 30, 2014Reply

    Not a bad slasher. The concept is decent and the acting is good. Even has some nice chase scenes and kills.

  • Bud LJanuary 8, 2015Reply

    not a bad movie all give it a 4

  • Jorge GJanuary 12, 2015Reply

    DONDE SE ESCONDE EL DIABLO – UNA DE SEIS MUJERES NACIDAS EL MISMO DÍA SERÁ EL DIABLO.

  • Heather MFebruary 5, 2015Reply

    This is a rare gem in the horror movie genre as it is more than just buckets of blood and gore. The story is compelling and the cast sold it perfectly.

  • jerderrio wFebruary 20, 2015Reply

    HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

  • Hagar HMarch 27, 2015Reply

    It’s just another bad horror movie from my own point of view, where they rely on a couple of surprising scenes and that’s it!

  • Luciano GApril 26, 2015Reply

    Better then expected….the acting was real good and the story believable….ending made me smile. worth the watch….

  • Anthony TMay 24, 2015Reply

    This film is really hit or miss. Honestly, the idea of a slasher taking place in an Irish community stands on its feet alone, adding the supernatural aspects to it really did nothing positive for the movie, and at the end, causes a poor ending.

    It is an okay film, but only recommend it to real horror fans.

  • Shantel DJune 6, 2015Reply

    YAWN. Boring, and the payoff at the end is pathetic, not nearly enough to save this one.

  • Ruthie RJuly 7, 2015Reply

    I friggen love religious/cult movies and I seriously loved this one for the most part but ugh, the ending, it’s not necessarily bad, but I don’t like it. I really wish that it ended with no supernatural element. Like would have ended realistically. That would have been incredible, but I guess it would have left Mary’s “episodes” completely unexplained and pointless.

  • Troy KJuly 18, 2015Reply

    Wow this is bad…turned it off pretty soon after they had jumped to modern day. What are Rufus Sewell and Colm Meaney doing in this crap? Most of these reviews are for the wrong movie, but they both sound like crap so just skip both of them.

  • Michael RNovember 12, 2015Reply

    Religious Blah Horror….

  • Paul DNovember 23, 2015Reply

    I didn’t hate this movie, but it wasn’t overly clever either. Just another PG-13 Horror movie that didn’t give enough scares. It did have a decent mystery story to it, but it certainly is nothing special.

  • bill sDecember 30, 2015Reply

    Some good actors in one blah of a horror movie.

  • Tessa RMarch 11, 2016Reply

    It could’ve been passably good but that ending killed it dead. Dead dead.

  • Paul DMarch 30, 2016Reply

    This should have been better, as the idea is good, but the execution only provides us with a boring story.

  • Lucifer SApril 23, 2016Reply

    This was an amazing movie…Jk it was horrible. This was not a mystery, you knew which girl was going to be the last one from the beginning. This was definitely more a comedy than anything else. Some of the scenes were absolutely pointless for the story line ex. The man in the window, I just laughed. They started by making you think it’s set in the old days and then all the sudden a car rolls in and there is a party right next to them. They did a horrible job of making it scary, and most scenes were very predictable. The entire plot was pretty much people being murdered. The idea behind it was good but it was really badly executed, the cast was good but the script was bad. The main priest guy was overly disgusting and dramatic. So if you are debating watching this movie, just don’t.

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