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Exclusive Clip Speeds Down the Devil's Mile

On tap right now we have an exclusive clip from Joseph O'Brien's directorial debut, Devil's Mile, to help kickstart your asses into gear this Monday morning. Don't fall asleep at the wheel. Dig it right now!

This Devil's Mile Clip Will Rip Your Face Off!

A clip from Joseph O'Brien's directorial debut, Devil's Mile has arrived; and we have it right here for you. It's a bloody, face-ripping good time for sure!

Joseph O'Brien Talks Walking the Devil's Mile

Forget Route 666. The Devil’s Mile is an even more evil stretch of road in this new horror thriller starring David Hayter and directed by Joseph O’Brien, with whom we recently had a chance to chat about the film.

New Stills Travel the Devil's Mile

A pair of new stills from Joseph O'Brien's directorial debut, Devil's Mile, have arrived; and we have them right here for you along with the previously released goodies. Read on for all that you need!

The Devil's Mile Leads to Home Video Release

We've been talking about Joseph O'Brien's directorial debut, Devil's Mile, for a few years now, and as we learned back in February, Phase 4 Films scooped it up for distribution. Today a release date has been set, at long last bringing this devilish journey to a conclusion.

Travel Down the Devil's Mile with Poster and Release Details

It was way back in 2011 that we told you Joseph O'Brien's directorial debut Devil's Mile was finished filming, and all has been quiet on that front since then. Finally, we've got new things to report, and it's all good news!

The Devil's Mile Wraps! First Still Appears!

We've been talking about indie flick The Devil's Mile for a while now around these parts, and some good news has come our way for those looking forward to it. Read on for all the details as well as the very first still!

David Hayter to Walk The Devil's Mile

Question: What does Metal Gear Solid's lead character Solid Snake have in common with Watchmen and the first two X-Men films? That's a real head scratcher, isn't it? The answer is David Hayter.