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A mild-mannered teacher and a hazmat specialist have to figure out how to stop an unstoppable creature who feeds on light and energy, and moves with exponential speed, before it destroys everything in its path.

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Frank Sears / Dr. Yevgeni Tarasov
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Col. Erik Maitland
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Glenn Freeborn
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Lt. Gregg Arbogast
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Pfc. Aneta McQueen
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Sgt. Wayne Teegarden
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Pfc. Una Fernandes
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Sgt. Walter Kinoshita
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Torbin Struss
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Tristam Sears
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Gen. Kenneth Lavigne
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Pfc. Kermit Shourt
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Eleanore Sears
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Pvt. Tito Zaremba (as Diego Lopez)
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In a top secret Cold War military project an unstoppable, malignant organism who feeds on light and energy is unleashed, threatening to destroy everything in it's path, and the only person who can stop it is a schoolteacher Frank Sears, along the help of a specialist Carrie Freeborn ... Written by Cookie

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Rated R for some violence, sci-fi horror visuals and brief language | See all certifications »

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$4,500,000 (estimated)
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Known as "Organizm" on the DVD version. See more »

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As Frank drives off having picked up Carrie and Kats, chains are visible on either side of the back of the truck to stir up dust. See more »

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References The Blob (1958) See more »

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Written by Terence Jay and Christopher Mann (as Chris Mann)
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Doesn't live up to its name, but for the Sci-Fi channel it is tolerable
15 November 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Despite a good idea, I was not expecting much in all honesty from Living Hell considering it was from the notorious- in a negative way- Sci-Fi Channel. But it is one of their more tolerable movies, maybe not living up to making what happens truly hellish but it similarly doesn't live up in terms of horribleness either. It is far from perfect, the special effects/make-up looked often as if they were unfinished, the ending is really trite and a bit of a cop-out and the whole vines thing being linked to the military base was a stale plot point that could've been expanded upon to make it stick. On top of that, the characters- aside from the overly-obvious clichés- are nowhere near developed enough to be likable and with two exceptions the acting is pretty dire, Erica Leehrsen is beautiful but lacks charisma and needs more maturity in her acting. The two exceptions are Johnathan Schaech, who has some questionable lines sometimes but he is a likable and believable actor all the same, and James McDaniel, for the same reasons. Along with their performances, there are good things. For the Sci-Fi Channel, it doesn't look too bad. The scenery is nice to look at and doesn't look like someone's basements, and the editing has more clarity than you would expect. The music is a rise above the generic and over-bearing stuff I often here, while the script, even with some dialogue that doesn't always ring true, does have some intelligent touches and the story while not particularly original in terms of the telling of it(the borrowing from older movies) and the science as ever is enough to raise an eyebrow is never dull and actually has some suspenseful atmosphere. It also deserves credit for being a departure from the zombie and vampire movies I've seen a lot of(and considering the overall quality starting to get tired actually). The killings are decent as well, and some of the gore is enough to make the stomach churn without it being too overdone. So overall, tolerable Sci-Fi movie if not as terrifying(in what's going on) or as horrible(overall execution of movie) as you'd think. 5/10 Bethany Cox


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