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Get the Hell Out of Heaven (2002)

"Get the Hell Out of Heaven is a comedy about a cop named McClout and a criminal named Blaze who kill each other during a high speed chase. The Grim Reaper then makes a mistake. Blaze ... See full summary »

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Chris Bowlin ...
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Kristen Caldwell ...
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Al DiGiulio ...
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"Get the Hell Out of Heaven is a comedy about a cop named McClout and a criminal named Blaze who kill each other during a high speed chase. The Grim Reaper then makes a mistake. Blaze accidentally winds up in heaven while McClout ends up in hell. McClout must find his way back to where he belongs and Blaze tries his best to stay in heaven." Written by Robert Smithline

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A distracted Grim Reaper sends bad guy to heaven and good guy to hell.
11 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing a screening of "Get the Hell Out of Heaven" at the Back East Picture Show, a small film festival in Hoboken, NJ. Even though it has the rough feel of a student film (which apparently it is), the film is an approx 20 minute short film filled with both comedy and irony. The story begins with a good-guy cop chasing a bad guy up a building, with both of them falling to their death at the end of the first scene. Then due to a mix-up caused by a distracted grim reaper, the bad guy ends up in heaven and the good guy ends up in hell. From the wise-cracking bad guy (of course I'm supposed to be in heaven) to the soul-searching cop (why am I in hell?), the short continues as a comedy with some interesting surprises at the end. As an added bonus we can see a younger Jeff Branson, now of "All My Children" fame, in a supporting role as the drugged-out character Styx.


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