Devil’s Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge (2020) preview with trailers

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Devil’s Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge is a 2020 American horror feature film about a female vet with PTSD who is assigned to a case that seems supernatural.

A series of cases surrounded by urban mythology reveals that the chaos of the supernatural takes over her small town and the legend of the Nain Rouge creature arrives.

Sam Logan Khaleghi

Co-produced, directed by and co-starring Sam Logan Khaleghi from a screenplay written by Aaron Russman, based on Khaleghi’s story, the Kyyba Films production also stars Jesi Jensen, Nathan Mathers and Jerry Narsh.

Jesi Jensen
Jesse Dean
Jesse Dean


Devil’s Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge is now available on streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Somewhere around the hour mark Devil’s Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge remembers it’s also a horror film and brings the title demon back. It doesn’t really help. It’s so poorly done it’s more laughable than scary. And having it wear a hoodie doesn’t help […] Failing as a horror film as well as a police film, Devil’s Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge doesn’t have much to offer anyone.” Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

  • Jesi Jensen … Billie Jean Finnick
  • Nathan Mathers … Detective Liam O’Connor
  • Sam Logan Khaleghi … Marcellus / Marcel
  • Jerry Narsh … Chief Romano
  • Swifty McVay … Mayor Flynn of Detroit
  • Grover McCants … Nightingale
  • Napolean … Museum Curator / Dr Sudhir
  • John C. Forman … Pastor Wilhem
  • Andrew Dawe-Collins … Cal
  • Ammar Nemo … Detective Sammie Alayoubi
  • Amy Andrews … Mayor Marion Devaux
  • Jay Towers … DJ Towers
  • Keyna Reynolds … Brie
  • Shelby Bradley … Wendy Winston
  • Gabrielle Wild … Candy

Technical details:

96 minutes


The Nain Rouge (“Red Devil” or “Red Dwarf, in French) is a Detroit based urban legend dating back to the days of one of the city’s founders, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, and a sighting of the Nain is said to predict misfortune.

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