Don’t forget to watch these Best Devil Movies

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The List of 8 Best Devil Movies

 1. The Blood on Satan’s Claw

This film has it everything – homicidal children, gothic brooding, Satanic cults, and pure exploitation horror – and we believe it deserves considerably more praise than it currently receives. The film, which stars Linda Hayden (Madhouse) as a young lady leading a group of adolescent Satanists who can't be stopped by their disapproving and worried parents, is frightening, disturbing, and absolutely awesome.

2. The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2015)

The Blackcoat's Daughter, directed by Oz Perkins (Legally Blonde) and featuring a brilliantly creepy score by his brother Elvis Perkins, is undoubtedly the most unsettling and shocking film on our list. The slow-burn narrative, which stars Emma Roberts (Nerve), Kiernan Shipka (Mad Men), Lucy Boynton (Murder on the Orient Express), and James Remar (Black Lightning), is intriguing and unnerving, culminating in a brutal and memorable ending. Set over the winter break at an almost deserted boarding school where the nuns are supposed to be hidden Satanists, the film utilises Satanism sparingly and surprisingly to great effect.
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3.  The Wailing (2016)

We apologise to all those spoiler purists who are undoubtedly spitting feathers over our adding this suspenseful horror filmmaker Na Hong-jin (The Chaser) on a Satanic movie list. However, we're not giving too much away, since this film about a mystery illness, the frenzy that ensues as it spreads throughout a tiny community, and the events that ensue has a lot more to offer than the danger of Satanism.

4. Rosemary’s Baby 

Roman Polanski's frightening picture about a young lady (Mia Farrow) who becomes forced pregnant with the devil's seed is a superb investigation of Satanism, the notion of evil, and female autonomy, and is one of the most significant horror films ever created.
Rosemary's Baby is filled with paranoia as Rosemary's neighbours (particularly Ruth Gordon and Sidney Blackmer) appear to be lovely and courteous, only to be shown to be in collusion with Satan.

5.  The Sentinel (1977)

Michael Winner's violent and seductive film about a suspiciously inexpensive rent-controlled flat – and the lady who stays there as a declaration of independence – is visually captivating and wonderfully magnificent. Ava Gardner (On the Beach), Christina Raines (Nashville), Christopher Walken (True Romance), Chris Sarandon (Fright Night), and Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Park) feature in the cult horror film, which has a delectable allegory for the women's liberation movement of the period.

7. The Conjuring 

Things go bump in the night a lot in “The Conjuring” world, owing to characters like the Crooked Man, the Nun, and that frightening Annabelle – and they're all tragically related, which is terrible for the ghostbusting couple at the centre of the film series.
With spinoffs, characters who cross over between movies, and a couple of main do-gooders in real-life paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine (Vera Farmiga) Warren, “The Conjuring” films, directed by James Wan, have become a horror version of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with spinoffs, characters who cross over between movies, and a couple of primary do-gooders in real-life paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine (Vera).

8. The Devil Inside

You should be aware, though, that this one is a bit of a shambles and was a disaster. According to Rotten Tomatoes, which aggregates reviewer and user reviews and ratings, this is the case.
The Devil Inside has a shockingly low 5% critics score (out of 100) based on 91 reviews at the time of this writing. “This movie is so aggressively absurd that your forehead will be hurt from all the slaps,” writes io9, lamenting. Other critics have said that this film has one of the worst film endings they've ever seen.

9. Häxan (1922)

The legendary film explores the history of Satanism, demonology, and witchcraft via a combination of reality and fiction. The film is filled with terrifying imagery and a sick sense of humour, yet it also addresses important societal themes such as women's persecution throughout history. Because Benjamin Christensen's film has no spoken dialogue, you may watch it while listening to your favourite death metal music.


Wrapping Up

On occasion, all we want to do is snuggle up in bed and watch a horror film. We all like it, but knowing that a terrifying movie is based on a true storey makes it much scarier. Knowing that someone has genuinely experienced such trauma in real life makes it difficult to sleep.