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5 October 2004 (USA) See more »
Bad girls go to Hell... REALLY bad girls conquer it!
Based on a comic book series. A woman burned at the stake in 15th century Sweden actually is Satan (Lucifer)'s daughter - and plots revenge against him. | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Christine M. Auten ... Lady Death / Hope (voice) (as Christine Auten)
Mike Kleinhenz ... Lucifer / Matthias (voice)

Andy McAvin ... Pagan (voice)
Rob Mungle ... Cremator (voice)
Mike MacRae ... Asmodeus / Large Torture Troll (voice)
Chris Patton ... Niccolo (voice)
Dwight Clark ... Father Orbec (voice)
Maureen McCullough ... Marion (voice)
Ted Pfister ... Elderly Man (voice)
Marcy Rae ... Elderly Woman (voice)
Greg Ayres ... Young Man / Additional Voices (voice)

Jason Douglas ... Matthais' Guards / Stable Demons / Additional Voices (voice)
John Swasey ... General Ahriman / Torture Guards, Sever / Demon Priest, Additional Voices (voice)
James Faulkner ... General Utuk Xul (voice)
Laura Butcher ... Lucifer's Concubines (voice)
Marizol Cabrera Ojeda ... Lucifer's Concubines (voice)

Shelley Calene-Black ... Lucifer's Concubines / Slave Girl (voice)
Geana Lewis ... Lucifer's Concubines (voice)
Mary Marquez ... Lucifer's Concubines (voice)
Adam Conlon ... Small Torture Troll (voice)
Neal Barnes ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jonathan Brands ... Additional Voices (voice)
John Carrithers ... Additional Voices (voice)
Allen Divers ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jon Duckworth ... Additional Voices (voice)
Dorothea Exis ... Additional Voices (voice)
Greg Geter ... Additional Voices (voice)
Adrian Heredia ... Additional Voices (voice)
Adeleye Lufadeju ... Additional Voices (voice)
Thomas Meerbott ... Additional Voices (voice)
Sara Muir ... Additional Voices (voice)
Chris Nelson ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Christopher Nelson)
Andy Orjuela ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Andrew Orjuela)
Carole Pavlik ... Additional Voices (voice)
Rod Peters ... Additional Voices (voice)
Patrick Williams ... Additional Voices (voice)
Mike Yantosca ... Additional Voices (voice)

Directed by
Andy Orjuela  (as Andrew Orjuela)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Carl Macek 
Brian Pulido  story

Produced by
Kevin G. Corcoran .... executive producer
John Ledford .... executive producer
Sharon Papa .... associate producer
Brian Pulido .... associate producer
Mark Williams .... associate producer
Original Music by
Bill Brown 
Film Editing by
Joey Goubeaud 
Andy Orjuela  (as Andrew Orjuela)
Art Department
Carl Macek .... storyboards
Andy Orjuela .... art producer
Andy Orjuela .... storyboards
Dan Schaefer .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Chris Bourque .... final mix (as Lash Bourque)
Kent Butterworth .... track reader
Julius Dobos .... assistant sound designer
Bruce Faulconer .... sound designer
Wade Shemwell .... sound mixer
Stanley Thomas .... adr engineer (as Stan Thomas)
Lyric Tinsley .... sound effects editor
Jeremy Underwood .... assistant sound recording engineer
Animation Department
Kent Butterworth .... exposure sheets
Andy Orjuela .... character designer
Andy Orjuela .... key backgrounds
Music Department
Cody Westheimer .... composer: additional music
Steven Foster .... special thanks

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USA:80 min
Australia:M | Canada:14A | Germany:16 | UK:15 | USA:TV-14 (re-release) (V, S, L) | USA:Not Rated (suggested 17+)

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The locations of Sweden in this movie were inspired by pictures taken by some staff members who went to the country of Sweden for research as it was proven to be easier than finding a reference book with pictures.See more »
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Referenced in "Anime Abandon: Spawn (#4.4)" (2014)See more »


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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
For all the naysayers, 3 January 2011
Author: chanfan304 from United States

First of all, the critics of this movie are really over-exaggerating. Just because everybody isn't an anime geek that drools over animated (i.e. NOT REAL) females that are nothing more than lines drawn on a page doesn't make this a horrible movie. It's funny, I think I even heard Ralph Bakshi mentioned in one review. Yeah, the guy that did Wizards. sigh. Anyway, I didn't mind the story of a "heroine" in hell wanting to take out Lucifer. Gave it a more "casual watcher" appeal than to see a bunch of evil killing machines wanting to outdo each other. It wasn't spectacular by any means, but it's a cartoon for pete's sake. Oh, I'm sorry. Didn't mean to offend the fanboys. I mean "animated feature". Whatever. Cremator was a cool character and they gave as much of a story to the main parts without overdoing it. Not something I would watch over and over but wasn't a waste of the time I spent watching it. I did wonder if things died in hell, did they just come back to hell? That was an anomaly I think you have to suspend disbelief about so you don't get a headache. Another thing was that they could have had a much better ending battle. But it was a basic animated movie with more violence than what you'd want a kid to be watching, so I didn't expect the moon and emmys. And for all of you freakshows that want "nudity" and "realism", here's an idea. Watch a movie with real people in it and quit complaining that you don't get to see "cartoon porn".

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