Series Review: Devil in Ohio (2022)

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This series is average at best, but I don’t believe it’s earned a recommendation. If you are looking for something to throw on and not be invested in, there are still better options. If you are looking for a creepy satanic cult series, look elsewhere. This series has a deep focus on high school and family drama, and it eventually remembers its cult roots.

Devil in Ohio is about a family that takes in a mysterious girl who has escaped a cult. While she is trying to adjust to normal life, strange things begin to happen. Not everyone trusts Mae, but the matriarch will go out of her way to save her. Is Mae the sweet and innocent girl she seems to be, or is something sinister brewing?

This series wastes a lot of time on the drama that I didn’t care for. The acting is average at best, making the drama even harder to sit through. Mae is by far the only interesting character in this series, and she deserves better. I liked how she was constantly conflicted about acting on her own or acting as she was raised. Watching her begin to build her own identity was an interesting narrative, but one that wasn’t explored to its full potential. They of course ruin her development towards the end when they remembered they were making a horror series.

I didn’t care for the rest of the family. Most of them had no personality and would only appear for their mandatory appearance. There was really no reason for having a family this big. Most of the drama was fabricated only as a means to drag out the series, and none of it is meaningful. This series feels longer than it is.

In the end, I can’t really recommend this show because it isn’t good. With Halloween coming up, you shouldn’t add this to your marathon. You can stream it on Netflix, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to watch it.

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11 thoughts on “Series Review: Devil in Ohio (2022)

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  1. I agree. I watched the series and although I love to be engaged with things that I generally would not believe in, this was not one of them. Not even with my suspension of disbelief, I could not accept the relationship between the psychiatrist and Mae…

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    1. Yeah I was hoping there would be more supernatural elements like demon possessions or crazier cult activities but it wasn’t that. I agree, that obsession the mother had with Mae was very forced and hard to believe.

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    1. Thank you for reading! I enjoy writing reviews, my wife certainly is tired of hearing them. I watch way too many movies and I can only hope I save people from watching some of the bad ones. The only ones I can’t seem to do is documentaries.

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