Joey Clavelli’s review published on Letterboxd:
Wild Wild West Virginia.
Felt like a different beast in comparison to Antonio Campos’s earlier three features which were more compact singular character studies. The Devil All the Time is much larger scale and ambitious filmmaking. Campos succeeds in hitting every note with precision, even if it does come off as a little silly and overbaked at points.
Tom Holland once again proves that he is becoming one of the best young male actors of his generation (watch out Timothée).