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HellBilly 58 (2009)

| Horror, Thriller
A Murdered Hillbilly returns from the dead to seek revenge on the town that put him to death in 1958. The small Town of Dackson is about to learn that the legend of 'Hellbilly', is true.

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(as Russ Diapper)
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Jack Kaufman
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Julie (as Ava Santana)
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Mary Ann Harper
John Carl Buechler ...
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Trent
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Historian
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Dwight Berenger
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Old Man Harper
Thomas-James Fisher ...
Young William Sawyer (as Thomas Fisher)
Damian Morter ...
Buck Macready
Stéphanie Montreux ...
Peggy (as Stephanie Carswell)
Dave Diaper ...
Mayor Hilton
Rusty Apper ...
Walt Logan (as Russ Diapper)
Natalie Goodwin ...
Eve
David Francis ...
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A Murdered Hillbilly returns from the dead to seek revenge on the town that put him to death in 1958. The small Town of Dackson is about to learn that the legend of 'Hellbilly', is true. Written by Sledge Films [gb]

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He Gives Redneck a whole new Meaning

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Inspired/Based on the song 'Hellbilly58' by the Band Blazing Haley from their album 'sleeper'. When the director asked the songwriter and Blazing Haley front man Matt Armor for the rights to use the song, He was so pleased that he asked for a role. He can be seen playing 'Hank' the luckless lumberjack. Matt says that he always thought the song should be a horror movie and had that in mind when writing the lyrics. See more »

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Midnight Rush
Performed by Midnight Rush
Written by Stef Richfield and Rusty Apper
(C) 2007 Skullfire Records Ltd
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