Make-believe murder becomes all too real in this high-tech tale of terror. Jake Cummings (Jensen Ackles) is a stressed-out college student and computer technician who gets an unusual birthday present from one of his best friends -- an interactive video game called "The Pathway," which allows players to take part even when they aren't at their monitors. However, the nightmarish visions of the game begin haunting Jake's dreams and then taking over his waking hours as the violence of "The Pathway" stops being play and starts becoming reality. Has the game become possessed by malevolent spirits? And how can it be stopped? Devour also stars Dominique Swain and Shannyn Sossamon. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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i love jensen ackles in supernatural, so i rented this movie. he was great in this movie but the whole plot was lame. The ending could have been much better. From the beginning to the end of this movie it was slow and missing the suspense.
I am a HUGE Jensen Ackles fan and I like horror/suspense movies so I really had high hopes for this movie. Boy was I mistaken. This movie was just bad and no amount of great acting on Jensen's part could save it. Don't waste your time.
I admit, the budget wasn't great on this. Which is why the characters and acting had to be strong. I disagree with the other reviewers. I know people like these. Makes me a little weird, but I could believe it. Jensen Ackles does a good performance, but it seems he has been pigeon holed for all supernatural roles. Not a bad thing but I think he could do even more.