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From Fandango (Neil Ward):

I really enjoyed watching Suing the Devil. The concept of a struggling law-student suing the Devil for a ton of money was quite original, IMHO. Malcolm McDowall was perfect in his role as Satan, and pretty much steals the show with his sly, cunning, and sinister portrayal of the Dark Lord. Not to give away the plot, but there is much more to the story than simply some guy trying to sue the Devil to get payback, or even money. Two thumbs up!

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Film Review for ‘Suing the Devil’ from The Lair:
 
Suing The Devil, which stars Malcolm McDowell as Satan, is set to hit On-Demand on April 6th. The film, which is directed by Tim Chey, is about a law student who sues the Devil, and gets more than he bargains for. Sounds like fun to me!
 
The film also stars Rebecca St. James, Corbin Bernsen, Shannen Fields and Tom Sizemore. Below I have full release details as to which On-Demand networks will be carrying the film, as well as a few stills and the extended trailer.
 
SUING THE DEVIL revolves around a landmark legal battle, in which a down and out law student Luke O’Brien (Bart Bronson) sues Satan for $8 trillion dollars. Just as Luke is about to file a default judgement, Satan (Malcolm McDowell) himself appears to defend himself. Armed with a legal team of the United States’ best trial lawyers, the entire world watches intently to see who will win this Trial of the Century.

Cable Carriers: AT&T, Brighthouse, Cablevision, Charter Communications, Comcast/Xfinity, COX, DirectTV VOD, Insight, Mediacom, Suddenlink, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Rogers (Canada), Cogeco (Canada), Shaw (Canada), Telus (Canada)
Broadband Carriers: Amazon Video On Demand, Apple iTunes, Blockbuster OnDemand, CinemaNow, Playstation, Vudu, Xbox, Zune
 
 
 
 
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