Devil In The Flesh

"Grim"

Devil In The Flesh Review


Best known as an early Rose McGowan flick, Devil in the Flesh is really just late-night cable fare made passable only by some not-quite-awful acting. For McGowan purists only.


Devil In The Flesh

Facts and Figures

Run time: 99 mins

In Theaters: Friday 23rd June 2000

Distributed by: Ardustry Home Entertainment

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

IMDB: 5.1 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Debbie Strand, as Peter Rinaldi, as Fiona Long, as Det. Joe Rosales, Robert Silver as Det. Phil Archer, J.C. Brand as Janie Magray, as Marilyn, Ryan Bittle as Greg Straffer, Julia Nickson as Anna Nakashi, as Meegan Wright, Wendy Robie as Joyce Saunders, Philip Boyd as Todd Sauser, Richard Barnes as Mr. Monsour, Morgan Distefano as Student, Aloma Wright as Secretary, Carrick O'Quinn as Motorcycle Cop, as Dr. Milletson, Ed Berke as Fire Chief, Tom Simmons as Fireman #2, Ken Fording as Investigator, James Jude Courtney as Mr. Roberts, Nick Lee as Volunteer, Endre Hules as Host, Michael Michaud as Dan, Schultz as Bebe, Sara Van Horn as School Clerk


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