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For fans eager to dive into one of this year’s most talked about horror films from the comfort of their own home, “Late Night with the Devil” will be available to stream exclusively on Trembling starting April 19, 2024. This announcement was highly anticipated following the successful theatrical release of the film by IFC Films, which earned rave reviews and a record opening weekend for the distributor.

“Late Night with the Devil” emerges as an outstanding horror film, captivating audiences and critics alike, with Stephen King himself offering praise for the 1977 film. Starring David Dastmalchian, the film takes place on Halloween night during a late-night talk show in directly, which disastrously unleashes evil throughout the nation. This found-footage film not only delivers scares, but also authentically captures the aesthetic of the 1970s, drawing viewers into its nightmarish scenario.

David Dastmalchian in Late Night with the Devil

The film’s initial box office success of $2.8 million in 1,034 theaters underscores its broad appeal and marks the highest opening weekend for an IFC Films release. Critically acclaimed, “Late Night with the Devil” boasts a 96% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes from 135 reviews, with the consensus praising it for rejuvenating the possession horror genre and featuring David Dastmalchian’s outstanding performance.

Rotten Tomatoes score as of 3/28/2024

Simon Rother of iHorror.com encapsulates the film’s allure, noting its immersive quality that transports viewers back to the 1970s, making them feel like they’re part of the Night Owls Halloween show. Rother praises the film for its meticulously crafted screenplay and the emotional and shocking journey it takes viewers on, stating: “This whole experience will have viewers of the Cairnes brothers’ film glued to their screen… The script, from start to finish, is beautifully stitched together with a jaw-dropping finale.” You can read the full review here.

Rother further encourages audiences to watch the film, emphasizing its multifaceted appeal: “Whenever you get the chance, you must try to see the Cairnes brothers’ latest project, because it will make you laugh, cringe, amaze you, and might even strike an emotional chord.”

Set to air on Shudder on April 19, 2024, “Late Night with the Devil” offers a compelling mix of horror, history and heart. This film is not only a must-see for horror fans, but for anyone looking to be entertained and moved by a cinematic experience that redefines the boundaries of its genre.

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