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Devil’s Crossing (2011) Review

Devil’s Crossing is a 2011 American horror film directed by Tammi Sutton and starring Michael Madsen, Lance Henriksen, and Tatum O’Neal. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 11, 2011.

The film follows a group of people who are stranded at a remote gas station in the middle of nowhere after their car breaks down. They soon realize that they are being stalked by a group of deadly creatures.

The film has received mixed reviews from critics. Some have praised the film for its suspenseful and scary moments, while others have criticized it for its choppy editing and lack of character development.

Overall, Devil’s Crossing is a suspenseful and scary horror film that is worth watching. The film’s strengths outweigh its weaknesses, and it is sure to please fans of the genre.


The year is 1864. The American Civil War is raging. Colonel John T. Booker (played by Michael Rooker) is a Union army officer who is leading his men on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines in the Confederate-controlled town of Devil’s Crossing.

Booker and his men are tasked with destroying a key railroad bridge that the Confederates are using to transport supplies and troops. However, the mission quickly goes awry when the Union soldiers are ambushed by a large force of Confederate soldiers.

Booker and his men are outnumbered and outgunned, and they are forced to take refuge in an abandoned church. As the Confederates close in, Booker and his men realize that they are facing certain death.

In a last-ditch effort to save his men, Booker decides to make a deal with the devil. He makes a pact with a mysterious stranger (played by Ving Rhames) who offers to save Booker and his men in exchange for their souls.

Booker and his men agree to the deal, and the stranger keeps his word. The Union soldiers are miraculously saved from the Confederates, but they quickly realize that they are now in the stranger’s debt.

The Union soldiers are now caught in a battle between the devil and the angel of death, and they must fight for their lives – and their souls – in this supernatural thriller.

Movie Details

Director: James Ryan Gary
Writer: James Ryan Gary
Actors: Michael Sharpe, Patrick G. Keenan, Kevin L. Johnson Kevin, Jenny Gulley
Release Year: 2011