Leesah Sea’s review published on Letterboxd:
With great performances, cinematography, and atmosphere, THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME is worth a watch if you are able to ignore the weak screenplay. I feel like this film was trying to say something important about something, but I have no idea what that is. Why was everything connected in the way it was? What was the significance in that? And if there wasn’t, why even bother connecting the stories of these characters? This is a film filled with bad characters in which none of them redeem themselves by the end. I like to think that Robert Pattinson was lost by the story like me and just decided to ham it up with his character and have a good time. While the performances all around were good, those provided by Pattinson, Tom Holland and Eliza Scanlen were my favourites.