“The Devil’s Dozen” Pits Strangers Against Each Other in a Game to the Death

Recently seen on the Red Carpet in Hollywood, “The Devil’s Dozen” is the first film by “Mallrats” star Jeremy London (not to be confused with his twin brother Jason, who has been in the news lately for very different reasons).

According to the official press release,

The Devil’s Dozen is a riveting supernatural horror/thriller where twelve strangers find themselves in a life or death game where sins are judged and every choice a testament to their character.  The innocent must strive to maintain their integrity, while the guilty can only hope their deaths lead to the truly innocent walking out alive.

Seven deadly sins and a room full of strangers fighting each other to the death? Okay. We’re in!

Click over to the movie’s official website for Red Carpet interviews with the stars, and view the official trailer below.



Directed and Produced by Jeremy London (Mallrats).

Produced by David Wyatt, Charles Harvey, and Shane McDowell.

Starring Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, The Expendables) C. Thomas Howell (Southland, The Amazing Spiderman), Jake Busey (Identity), Billy McNamara (Chasers), William Morgan Shepherd (Prestige, Transformers), Dante Basco (Hook, Blood and Bone), Sophie Turner (Model), Erik Aude (Bounce, The Cutting Edge: Going for Gold), Omar Gooding (Baby Boy, Family Times), Carla Toutz (Clear Lake WI, The Martini Shot), Gianni Capaldi (The Martini Shot), Grace Johnston (Beaches, The Martini Shot).


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