Patrick McCord doesn’t accept the explanation of his sister’s mysterious death as suicide, and instead teams up with a team of paranormal investigators to delve deeper into the inexplicable circumstances that surround what he believes to be murder. The team’s investigation leads them from one bizarre and frightening clue to another, at the center of which seems to exist something evil and terrifying, a presence well beyond their wildest imaginations and experiences. Before long, they realize this deadly entity has now targeted each of them, and they are confronted with the impossible challenge of defeating it and saving their own lives. In the end, what survives, and is presented here, is the disturbing footage that Patrick and his team shot, footage that if seen by others, likely endangers the viewer, marking them as the next victim of this powerful and evil force. Be careful what you chase – you just might end up catching it.
User Reviews: In a genre which has hashed out some bilge, Chasing the Devil manages to hit a true low. I don’t know who has written some of the other reviews here but one suspects they are involved in the film or they watched a totally different film. The acting is beyond lame, it is shockingly pathetic, the dialogue is hideously contrived, the cinematography uninspiring and insipid. For a horror film, there isn’t even a genuine scare let alone a moment of mild unease. I’ve done scarier farts. The premise is also silly. The only benefit of the film is that it shows what a load of clueless charlatans these so called ‘paranormal investigators’ are which sadly probably wasn’t the intention of the film; however I now know to avoid any future garbage those responsible for this utter mess.
No more please…To the makers and ‘actors’ this is not your metier. Go dig holes instead….