A week after making a big debut on Rotten Tomatoes, new reviews of “Summoning Evil: The Order of the Devil” were posted to the website and sent approval for the long-awaited sequel to plummet.
With only 59% approval (up from 85% initially), the film now enjoys a rating of 5.8 / 10 based on 189 reviews, of which 111 were positive and 78 were negative.
Discover excerpts from the main reviews:
“Without Wan’s skills … the results are extremely shabby.”, Alistair Harkness – Scottish
“The love I have in my heart for the Summoning of Evil movies is always strong, and fans of the show will follow the Warrens anywhere. However, the change of pace may scare some horror fans,” Zehra Phelan – HeyUGuys
“If you’re looking for demonic fears and heart-wrenching tension, then Evil Summon keeps that promise.”, Eammon Jacobs – Radio Times
“James Wan’s creative capacity is sorely lacking in this watchable, almost paradoxically, the most boring and dumbest film in the trilogy,” Shaun Munro.
“Summoning Evil 3 has some horror moments, with Wilson and Farmiga providing much needed heart and soul, but the new Satanic cult elements take the franchise on a ridiculous turn.”, Hanna Flint – Empire Magazine
“Even the most gruesome scares can’t match the horror of the first two films, but we have bloody dogs that [ainda] leave moviegoers satisfied. », Laura Potier – Starburst
“You can’t believe the devil made you do this, but you’ll be terrified.”, Ian Sandwell – DigitalSpy
“Summon of Evil 3 is an insidiously sinister clock that will haunt your dreams. », Kat Hughes – THN
“Despite a few familiar snaps along the way, Summoning Evil 3 is an exciting new chapter that will have you totally freaked out and on the edge of your chair after scare after horrific scare.”, Josh Wilding – ComicBookMovie
Michael Chaves (‘The Curse of Tears’) takes over.
“Evil Summon 3: The Order of the Demon” reveals a haunting tale of terror, murder, and unknown evil that has shocked even paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases in their archives, begins with a fight for the soul of a boy, then takes them beyond anything they have seen before to mark the first time in the history of the United States that a murder suspect claims to have had demonic possession as a defense.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return as Ed and Lorraine Warren, respectively. The cast also includes Ruairi O’Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, Julian Hilliard, Charlene Amoia, Paul Wilson and Sterling Jerins.
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