Without any previous recommendations, I rented this horror movie hoping to have found a jewel. The fact that this movie has a low budget isnít obvious but frequent changes of scenes quickly bring us back to reality.
This movie is still excellent, excluding the first and last fifteen minutes. An interesting lesbian atmosphere surrounds the two main women, something that we donít see often but that represents the rave culture pretty well. However, while an out-of-town location is an excellent pretext for a low quality movie, a rave is out of question. Anyways, these ravers don't do drugs, which is a good thing because the action would never have happened.
Devilís prey is filled with surprise revelations. The actors are good and credible with one exception: one blonde girl deserves, in my humble opinion, so much to die that she should have been slaughtered before the opening credits.
The mask that the cult members where is very well conceived. It more or less resembles the face of a crazed clown. There are practically no occult scenes because the movie revolves around humans. Furthermore, I found it interesting to see the heroes bleed so much. Usually, they escape with only a few scrapes but here they are sliced by an axe, their stomachs are pierced and they live to suffer.