Rufus Sewell starring horror ‘The Devil’s Hand’ sold worldwide, also announces title change


Known previously as Where the Devil Hides, the now re-titled The Devil’s Hand has bagged distribution deals worldwide, including here in the UK. While no UK dates have been confirmed, a US release date has, and you will find the details of the deals below, courtesy of Screen Daily.

Roadside Attractions has earmarked an October 10 US release for The Devil’s Hand, formerly Where The Devil Hides, about six girls in a small village who were born on the same day nearly 18 years ago and start to disappear.

While village edlers claim a hellish prophecy may be about to come true, some suspect other forces may be at work.

Edward Noeltner’s Cinema Management Group has closed deals in the UK (Kaleidoscope), Canada (Mongrel Media), Scandinavia (Another World), the Middle East (Front Row) and Turkey (Sinema).

Rights also went in the Philippines (Pioneer Films), Vietnam (BHD Distribution), Mexico and pan-Latin American pay-TV (Alebrije) and Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador (BF Distribution).

Rufus Sewell stars alongside Alycia Debnam Carey, Adelaide Kane, Leah Pipes, Thomas McDonell and Jennifer Carpenter. Lionsgate will release The Devil’s Hand on VOD, EST, DVD and TV platforms.

Christian E. Christiansen (The Roommate) directs, and Karl Mueller is on writing duties. The impressive cast includes Jennifer Carpenter, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Rufus Sewell, Thomas McDonell, Adelaide Kane, Leah Pipes, Colm Meaney, Stacey Edwards and Ric Reitz.


Something very strange happened in the small village of New Bethlehem, a devout community kept under the tight reins of the town’s vigilant Elders. Six girls born on the same day to different mothers. Perhaps a coincidence or, as most believe, a chilling omen of something yet to come. Now, on the eve of their 18th birthday, the young women are mysteriously disappearing one by one and feared dead. Terror has overtaken this quiet community. Could this be the work of a serial killer, one of the village elders, or an horrific prophecy come true, born of the supernatural?



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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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