The critics agree: we’re happy to stand At the Devil’s Door forever!
Ben Kenigsberg of The New York Times calls the film “a friendly reminder to any teenage girl offered an exciting opportunity to sell her soul.”
Under the Radar’s Austin Trunick describes At the Devil’s Door as “a good thing.”
Film Journal International’s Marsha McCreadie believes the movie is an “original contribution” to the genre.
David Ehrlich at The Dissolve notes that this is “the … best … movie … about … horror.”
DustinPutman.com’s Dustin Putman raves that the flick is “grimly suggestive.” Sounds spooky!