All jokes aside, at least there were no scenes involving the stars talking to plastic trees.
It's quite possible that the lowered expectations we have from a "Night" film these days will assist your experience with Devil, as they did with mine (yes, I know, he didn't direct, but as mentioned, his fingerprints are all over it). At its base, Devil is merely a spook story, a convention known as a "Devil's Meeting," rooted in South American folklore, in which el diablo appears on earth to perform some sort of a test on a group of unwilling participants. (The filmed version of Charlie Daniels' "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" coming soon to a theater near you!)
As such a story, it mildly succeeds. The stock characters are there because they are stock characters - your preconceptions about the traits that they hold only serve the premise that much better. Though the film is hampered by overbearing, inescapable narration, overly predictable jump scares and a 'gotcha' ending (followed by a decent one), it's enjoyable enough as a pulpy story to warrant a rental on a dark and stormy Friday night in your future.
"You seem a decent fellow. I hate to kill you."