King is Ironicmajesty’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Devil All The Time boasts an odd assemble of Hollywood A-listers that may or may not fit their roles, in a film with overt religious overtones. But that's not the damning part - its the slow burn effect that eventually just felt too sluggish. And what's the message of this movie? What does it want to tell? That fanaticism is itself a form of spirtual mockery? I'm so baffled. Acting wise, Tom Holland is a revelation, Bill Skarsgård was effective, Robert Pattinson is dark and Sebastian Stan underperformed.