Here Comes Hell
Directed by Jack McHenry
When a séance goes wrong and a gateway to Hell is opened at the Westwood Manor, five old friends must put down their champagne glasses, take up arms, and fight for their lives in a blood soaked evening of caviar, cocktails, and carnage.
A séance gone wrong. A gateway to Helll. Caviar, cocktails, and carnage.
Cast: Margaret Clunie, Maureen Bennett, Robert Llewellyn, Jessica Webber, Timothy Renouf
Quite enjoyable. Low-budget and a little bit of an amateur production, but done with a lot of love. Clearly made in the spirt of Evil Dead 2, but set in the 1930s (?) or so. The craziness really makes this a movie that otherwise would be a bit of a drag. The first, oh, 30 minutes is a bit dull, but it's worth it!
Funny and fun.
It's ok. There's some fun stuff in here and I generally enjoyed watching it, but the technical gaps are really apparent here. The effects don't have the punch that they should, and the fighting is really poor. It also doesn't really have anything to say. It's all just plot and no substance. However, I did like the performances of the actors. They did a good job selling the horror.