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
This was fantastic.
The scariest woman's face since Large Marge 😰
I respect the stylistic concept and the story — hence the two stars — but the only thing worse than much of the writing is the acting. These five-star reviews prove that people either appreciate style over substance to that degree, or wouldn’t know good acting if Daniel Day-Lewis gave them a free masterclass on how to spot it. Sorry, but if you’re going to push style and story into a memorable place, you can’t do it by hiring mostly weak actors.
This is an interesting one. It's a mix of a classic 1930s horror film and Evil Dead. It's worth a watch.