Little Evil


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh92%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled47%
IMDb Rating5.71021603

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Plot summary

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Top cast

Evangeline Lilly Photo
Evangeline Lilly as Samantha
Adam Scott Photo
Adam Scott as Gary
Clancy Brown Photo
Clancy Brown as Reverend J.D. Gospel
Sally Field Photo
Sally Field as Miss Shaylock
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804.38 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 1 / 4
1.51 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 5 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp7 / 10

Omen: From spoof to comedy and back again

The movie is all over the place. It begins as a spoof and changes lanes so often you may lose sight of what it actually is trying to convey. It also isn't entirely an Omen ripoff or homage or whatever you want to call it. It has similarities and it has a kid that seems quite evil.

But it also takes things in other directions. Sometimes completely funny, sometimes it just tries to be funny. In other words: you have to have patience and you have to cut the movie quite some slack. Good actors - not always good lines ... but again if you stick with it, there are quite a few nice things you can discover here. I may be a bit too nice once again, but that is me I reckon.

Reviewed by MartinHafer7 / 10

Gary....don't overreact!!

Adam Scott (of "Parks and Recreation" fame) plays Gary, a guy who's just become a step-dad. Gary's excited about this and wants to be the best dad for young Lucas. The problem is that the kid might just be the Antichrist…and Gary starts to wonder if this might just be a deal breaker! That, and the fact that Lucas buried him alive in the yard at the beginning of the story! But, oddly enough, there's much more to this strange story than this and it ultimately becomes a battle between good, evil and not quite so evil.

This film debuted this week and is a Netflix original. In many ways, it's like a combination of "The Omen", "Rosemary's Baby", "Problem Child" and "Ghostbusters II" all combined into one strange concoction… with an emphasis on comedy. While the plot itself if just fine, what stood out in my mind was the bizarre way everyone reacted as well as the indescribably strange dialog. These combine to make the film very watchable…but also, at times, a film for older viewers. Of course, given that the film is about the coming of the Antichrist, it's not surprising that I say it's not exactly a family-friendly movie! But, it is funny and I liked it enough to feel encouraged, as just about every Netflix original I have watched has been excellent or better!

By the way, there is a tiny joke in the film where they talk about what it is to be a good American…including loving the music of Rush. Rush, if you didn't know it is a Canadian band! And, also, interestingly enough, the leader of the death cult in this film, Clancy Brown, also is the voice of Mr. Krabs on Spongebob! Oh, and did I mention that Sally Field makes an appearance as a social worker…from Hell?! How did they get this Oscar-winner in this picture?!

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen6 / 10

Now that is one devilish child...

I hadn't heard about "Little Evil" prior to finding it. I believe it was on Netflix that we found it some time ago. I glanced through the synopsis and found that it seemed like it could be a fun horror comedy. So of course I decided to sit down and watch it.

I must admit that "Little Evil" actually turned out to be rather enjoyable. It seemed like a wonderful spoof on the classic "The Omen" movie with that devil child Damien in it. For better or worse, then "Little Evil" actually pulled this off well enough and managed to stay original throughout the course of its playtime.

It was a funny story that was presented to the audience, and the characters in the movie were quite likable and they were brought to life on the screen by a selection of actors and actresses that performed quite well, taking the genre into consideration.

"Little Evil" had fairly adequate special effects, which did help to carry the movie and make it all the more enjoyable. Sure, this wasn't blockbuster CGI effects that will blow you away, but they worked out well enough as intended.

If you haven't seen "Little Evil" already and have the chance, then do take the time to sit down and do so, especially if you do enjoy a good horror comedy spoof.

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