/Review: Back Roads Brutality In ‘The Devil All The Time’
Review: Back Roads Brutality In ‘The Devil All The Time’

Review: Back Roads Brutality In ‘The Devil All The Time’

Review: Back Roads Brutality In ‘The Devil All The Time’
Say what you will, Antonio Campos’ The Devil all the Time lives up to its title. Spanning numerous generations and set across a bleak and blood-stained Appalachian landscape, Campos’ adaptation of Donald Ray Pollock’s novel weaves together narrative threads of suicide, sexual assault, cancer, crucifixion and murder by screwdriver. Cruelty runs 24/7. The devil is working overtime.