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Friday, April 19, 2024

What's on Tonight: LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL (2023) on SHUDDER Devilishly Good Reviews


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Digging this thrift store find: 1977 vintage TV Guide with Night Owls host Jack Delroy on the cover, and trusty sidekick Gus repping Cavendish on the back. Plus a 1977 Life Magazine and the official book.

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Late Night with the Devil is a 2023 supernatural horror film written, directed and edited by Cameron and Colin Cairnes, and starring David Dastmalchian, Laura Gordon, Ian Bliss, Fayssal Bazzi, Ingrid Torelli, Rhys Auteri, Georgina Haig, and Josh Quong Tart. Framed as a found footage film with a documentary prologue, it focuses on a Halloween night 1977 talk show episode in which the host, the ambitious Jack Delroy, invites a purportedly possessed girl onto the program in an attempt to boost ratings.

Late Night With the Devil began streaming on Shudder on April 19, 2024. The Ghostwatch (1992) and WNUF Halloween Special (2013)-inspired film had its world premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) on March 10, 2023. IFC Films theatrically released the film in the United States on March 22, 2024 and in Australia on April 11, 2024. It received positive reviews from critics, garnering praise for its performances, production design and technical aspects, though it also received criticism for utilizing AI-generated art in three still image intertitles featured in the film.

The film opened in 1,034 theaters in the United States and Canada, and earned $2.8 million in its first three days, the best opening weekend for an IFC Films release; additionally, media outlets noted that the total included an estimated $666,666 gross on its third day. Expanding to 1,442 theaters the following weekend, the film made $2.2 million, finishing in seventh...read more at Wikipedia.org

Check out officially released posters, character posters, TV Guide/Life magazine covers/articles/scans and newspaper ads above. Plus trailers, custom VHS cover, a pre-show experience, AI art controversy, reviews and fan made concept posters below.

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Official Trailer

Custom VHS cover by Jack-O @trickhorrortreater:

Flashback tonight to Halloween night 1977, for this ghoulish double feature! Right smack in the middle of @shudder's #HalfwayToHalloween, they take you back to UBC's late night two-for of 'Monster Shock Theater with Martin Monster' and 'Night Owl's with Jack Delroy!' Now this ended up being a very fateful night for our old buddy Jack....but FIRST, we had a hell of a good time Monstering it up! Be sure to watch this long lost archive material below before the film.

It's a spooky time, with variety act performances from tap dancing sword swallower @ginminsky, magician extraordinare @cardonemagic, Martin Monster's top Horror Movies of 1977, and of course our special guest, Mr Midnight himself, Jack Delroy! It was a shockingly good time! Packed with surprises, it’ll make you feel like you’re right in the 'Night Owls' audience!

The Monster Shock Theatre with Martin Monster | Late Night with The Devil Experience Pre-Show:

AI Art used in the film:

In the week leading up to the film's release, some reviewers pointed out the use of AI-generated art in several scenes, which were not present in the version screened at SXSW, and called for a boycott of the film. In response to the controversy, directors Cameron and Colin Cairnes said:

“In conjunction with our amazing graphics and production design team, all of whom worked tirelessly to give this film the 70s aesthetic we had always imagined, we experimented with AI for three still images which we edited further and ultimately appear as very brief interstitials in the film. We feel incredibly fortunate to have had such a talented and passionate cast, crew and producing team go above and beyond to help bring this film to life. We can’t wait for everyone to see it for themselves this weekend.”

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