A supernatural tale of possession, death and vengeance set in an Italian rectory.
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An entry in the 2006 Vancouver Bloodshots 48-hour horror film-making competition. In addition to being written, filmed, scored and edited in 48 hours, Hell's Habit was shot on super-8mm film and developed by hand. It was also performed in Italian (though no one involved was a native speaker). The tight schedule meant there was only enough time to develop four rolls of Super-8 film, so almost everything was shot in sequence, with only one take. Despite those limitations, it swept the awards at that year's competition. See more