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Holy Hell is a movie starring Ryan LaPlante, Alysa King, and Michael Rawley. Holy Hell is the over-the-top, outrageous, sexually-deviant, blood-drenched story of Father Augustus Bane: a priest pushed too far who begins praying to a...

Horror, Comedy, Action
Ryan LaPlante
Luke Laplante, Michael Rawley, Ryan LaPlante, Alysa King

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Horror, Comedy, Action
Director Ryan LaPlante
Writer Ryan LaPlante
Stars Luke Laplante, Michael Rawley, Ryan LaPlante, Alysa King
Country Canada
Runtime 1 h 29 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Holy Hell is the over-the-top, outrageous, sexually-deviant, blood-drenched story of Father Augustus Bane: a priest pushed too far who begins praying to a revolver and hunting down the gangsters who killed his parishioners. In the vein of recent alternative horror/comedies like "Machete" and "Hobo with a Shotgun", HOLY HELL is a modern take on 60's and 70's B-Movie and Exploitation film tropes. The goal of this feature length movie is to break through every limit set by film, taste and reasonable societal behavior: all with anarchic glee.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 13:57

I never really liked Frank Miller's 'Sin City', mostly because I thought it was a dreary, tasteless film filled with blood and gore, but 'Hell' doesn't seem to hold up as well. But the film is still enjoyable, and thankfully doesn't become overly dark. The film stars Clive Owen and Bruce Willis as a pair of corrupt cops, on the hunt for a serial killer. The police chief is surprisingly likable, though I feel that he's used a little too much of his sexuality in this film. Willis' cop is sort of a slasher. It's about how disgusting he is, while being a nice guy and having some kind of 'dirty cop' motivation. His partner is the villain of the piece. This is a great film, but definitely not as good as 'Sin City', the film that made Miller a name. It's still good, though. It's about a corrupt cop, whose partners are corrupt, and the police chief wants to put them behind bars. But it's not a straight up slasher. It's dark, and it's about cops. It's not completely necessary, but I enjoyed it for what it was. It's actually pretty fun. Clive Owen, Bruce Willis and Catherine Zeta-Jones do good jobs as the corrupt cops, while they're all likable. The film does a decent job of showing that there are two different sides to the law, and that you can't always be as bad as the cops would have you believe. And while the main story is about corrupt cops, the film is filled with many other action and drama. You've got various characters being chased by the killer, who does a lot of amazing things with his abilities, like the powers to do water flows. There's a lot of great humor and action. Some people may not like it, and the film is no where near as amazing as 'Sin City'. But, it's still pretty enjoyable.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 14:44

If you liked 90's slasher films like, "Re-animator", "Unbreakable", "The Strangers" or "The Hills Have Eyes" then you'll probably like this one. If you don't like them then you'll probably hate it. The film stars Kevin Zegers as a reporter who wants to help his fellow countryman Nick Moran (John Cusack) after his vampire girlfriend Lucy (Tatiana Maslany) escapes from a sanitarium. I really like this movie. The film is extremely quirky. It's hard to tell which is which. It has a few surreal moments that I didn't even notice before. The characters are all quirky. There's no big monster or all-out demonic red blood. I also like how they set it in a small town, and the people in it are all very human and weirder than I'd expect. The only thing I can nitpick about is the ending. It's overlong and too weird. I mean, it's a vampire film and vampires are actually blood sucking vampires. If they are they should be sucking blood with teeth. There is a lot of gratuitous nudity and lots of sex scenes, so I'm guessing some people are going to find this somewhat disturbing. And if you're expecting a monster movie you might be disappointed. The film is definitely not as gory as "The Thing" or "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and I don't think you'll be expecting a "Halloween" remake. I also like how they set it in a small town. It just makes the film feel more real. I would recommend this film to any horror fan, but I think it may be a bit too weird for some people.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 07:13

Before Hellboy, Hellsing, the recent horror movie "The Darkside" and the cheesy and dated Hollywood movie "El Mariachi" came along, this is the movie that actually was made by the original Hellsing (1968). After an acclaimed hit in the USA with "Hellboy", the makers of this were happy to pay homage and take on a remake of their classic. "Hellboy" follows an ordinary young boy who, after the death of his family, turns into a demon and fights against the forces of Hell. The concept of the movie is pretty much simple, with Hellboy fighting against various people and monsters, as well as other things. With a great visual style and a strong music score (The song is "Hellboy" by Sin City), this film is a must-see for horror fans. It is a shame that Hellboy can't get the kind of attention it deserves, because the story is great, but it is the animation and the characters that stands out. The animation is actually pretty good, although some parts of the animation looked like crude toy-products, but I think they were really great. The characters and the environment are also very well made, especially in the backgrounds. You can feel the deep dark atmosphere of the film. The creatures that Hellboy fights against look extremely interesting and have great detail. It is impressive that the animators had a perfect idea for the Hellboy character, since I think that Hellboy himself is more of an interesting idea. The other characters are also very interesting, especially Red Skull, who is played by Conan Varela, a very unique and strange character. The creatures in the movie are very well made, with the whole "Lord of the Rings" looking atmosphere. "Hellboy" is very much a fun and cool movie, and should be seen by all horror fans.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 09:55

There have been a lot of bad reviews for "Cannibal Holocaust". I have to agree with most of them. I suppose the film is ridiculous. Or, at least, the film's ending was a little far-fetched and ridiculous. I don't know if the film is a parody or not, but the movie definitely went overboard with the gore and violence. The way the film was set up was really odd and, to me, it was really odd. I've read a lot of the negative reviews and it seems like there were lots of similarities between the movie and "Vamp" and a lot of the people who saw that film were fans of "Vamp". The movie was actually really bad, but it was entertaining and made for a good time, and there were many scenes that I thought were really funny. The film's jokes were good, especially the scene in the bar where Sam (Ewen McGregor) was being interviewed and all of the people sitting around laughing at him. It was really funny. The film did have a lot of really sick jokes, and it was actually kind of funny, like a bunch of sick jokes that actually worked. Also, some of the character were pretty weird and strange, and I could definitely see the difference between a bad character in "Vamp" and a real person in "Cannibal Holocaust". This film had a lot of creepy characters, and they were all really funny. I've seen a lot of other reviews where people didn't like the gore, so I guess I can understand why some people weren't enjoying it. I did enjoy the gore, though. I think it was really well done, and it was almost too much. The scene where I was watching this movie with my friend, we were watching this scene and they were watching that scene and I couldn't wait for that scene. This film had some really interesting, creative, and funny scenes and, at the same time, really bad scenes. The one scene that really got my goat was the scene where the four cannibalistic cannibals are picking the arm off the body of the journalist. I felt like the director was in a really weird mood, and I thought that was really weird. I like this film, but it is definitely not for everybody. It has a lot of really disgusting scenes, but the film really was funny and you can't help but like some of the characters in it. I give it a 7/10.

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