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Hard Ride to Hell (2010)

Not Rated | | Action, Horror | Video 18 May 2010
A group of family and friends on a camping trip through the Texas badlands are taken on a one-way ride to Hell after they inadvertently witness a ritual sacrifice at a deserted campsite. ... See full summary »
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Tessa
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Danny
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Kerry (as Katherine Isabelle)
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Dirk
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Jason
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Bob
Esteban Palacio ...
Boy (as Steven Palacio)
Luis Javier ...
Grandfather
Richard Faraci ...
Burly (as Rick Faraci)
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Juno
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Pockmark
Brad Kelly ...
Big Bad Ronald
Terrance Leigh ...
Conrado
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Pregnant Woman
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A group of family and friends on a camping trip through the Texas badlands are taken on a one-way ride to Hell after they inadvertently witness a ritual sacrifice at a deserted campsite. Pursued by the devil worshiping biker gang responsible, they hole up in an abandoned church near the border, only to discover that they are pawns in a decades-old battle between good and evil. Written by Anonymous

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It's going to be a killer trip.

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Action | Horror

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18 May 2010 (USA)  »

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Corrida para o Inferno  »

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Although the film was not well-received in a Fangoria Magazine review, the title "Hard Ride to Hell" (which originated solely with the screenwriters) was later taken by Fangoria as the name for one their "Fangoria Eye Scream" horror-themed ice cream products during 2011's Halloween season. See more »

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The glass shards that Danny must walk across are much larger and thicker than the bottle glass that is originally broken moments before. See more »

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References Dance of the Vampires (1967) See more »

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Decent little throwback with plenty of blood and boobs
30 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Now here's a movie that captures the sort of drive-in, grindhouse feel that I like. In spite of its low budget, it's a pretty well-made, acted and written tale of a group of traveling friends who inadvertently come across a group of Satanic bikers in the middle of a sacrifice and soon find themselves fighting for their lives. You had me at the mention of Satanic bikers, but the movie itself is paced very well. It's bloody and moves quickly. There are some acting issues, but there always are with low budget DTV movies, and there's enough going on that it's not a problem. Major props for the use of mostly real special effects. There's a tiny bit of dodgy CGI, but it's way better than a lot of other low budget films. Also, the ending is a tad anticlimactic, but there's so much fast paced violence before it that it goes down easy. The characters are handled well, a group of kids doing Habitat for Humanity work as well as a traveling salesman who's pretty handy with a knife. Also, Miguel Ferrer is perfectly hammy as the evil biker leader and seems to be having a lot of fun in the role. Though it's got some similarities to a few other films, there's plenty of fun things to enjoy: Satanic rituals, unkillable bikers (one biker gets his face dragged along moving asphalt....great scene!) nudity, torture, stabbings, and women impregnated with demon children. This throwback could've easily played at drive-ins in the 70s. Not the world's greatest horror movie, but a lot better and more fun than most of the garbage that goes straight to video.


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