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Hell Bent (1994)

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Set in the modern suburbs of Winnipeg, this bleak and uncompromising drama follows four teenagers as they wreak increasingly violent havoc with a sociopathic detachment. Over two days, the ... See full summary »

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Danial Sprintz ...
Marty
Kevin Doerksen ...
Andy
Alison Northcott ...
Leslie
Edward Raethorne ...
Old Man
Dorothy Montpetit ...
Old Woman
Anthony Johnston ...
Boy with Bike
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Marty's Dad
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Erin Minuk ...
Girl at Store #1
Janine Reid ...
Girl at Store #2
Taryn Brenner ...
Girl at Store #3
Anthony Spittachine ...
Boy at Store #1
Ryan Delveaux ...
Boy at Store #2
Jim Greengrass ...
Boy at Store #3
Barry Knudsen ...
Boy at Store #4
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Set in the modern suburbs of Winnipeg, this bleak and uncompromising drama follows four teenagers as they wreak increasingly violent havoc with a sociopathic detachment. Over two days, the bored and resentful youngsters assert themselves through desperate and deadly acts. Written by Anonymous

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"But they are just kids"
2 November 2016 | by (Edinbruhhh) – See all my reviews

I wasn't sure what to rate this because on one hand, it's not a movie I would go out and recommend to people and I can't say for sure that I "liked it" but on the other hand it did hold my attention throughout.

The lead characters are kids but of the worthless piece of crap of society kind with no redeemable qualities who only see joy in causing misery to other people, we have plenty of them here where I live and I've known a couple growing up as well so it definitely felt pretty realistic to me.

It's a very low-budget movie has a bit of a TV-movie feel to it but that doesn't hurt the movie or anything and it's way more extreme than your average TV-movie.

Acting is not too bad despite lack of experience, particularly Marty feels genuinely twisted.

It reminded me a bit of "Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer" even though it's about kids and they are not serial-killers (yet).

The end was a bit of a letdown but overall definitely watchable.


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