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Based on a story by M. Night Shyamalan, this horror film places a group of people in a broken elevator. As they spend time closeted together, each begins to realize one of the company is a really a devil that intends the others harm.
Why Is Devil Rated PG-13?
Devil is rated PG-13 for violence and disturbing images, thematic material and some language including sexual references.
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Violence: Characters are stabbed, hung, electrocuted, and impaled after falling several stories. A man has his jugular vein slashed open. Blood is splattered and smeared over the inside of an elevator. A character is nearly crushed by a falling elevator. A man commits suicide by jumping from a high rise. A woman and child are killed in a gruesome car accident caused by a man who is drinking and driving.
Sexual Content: Characters engage in a conversation that includes a crude sexual remark. A woman wears a low cut top.
Language: The script includes less than a dozen each of scatological slang terms, profanities and terms of Deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A character has open alcohol in a car while driving and causes an accident as a result of trying to drink it.
Other: Devilish images appear on a computer screen.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Details on home video releases of Devil...
Devil release to DVD and Blu-ray on December 21, 2010, with the following bonus extras:.
- Deleted scenes
- The Story: Filmmakers discuss the elements that make for a thrilling story.
- Devil’s Meeting: A look at the mythology behind the film.
- The Night Chronicles: M. Night Shyamalan discusses his vision for his new venture: The Night Chronicles.