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  (in credits order)
Steve Hudgins ... Reggie
P.J. Woodside ... Veronica
Grey Hurt ... Dr. Morgan
Randy Hardesty ... Joe
Rusty James ... Don

Cindy Maples ... Olivia
Elaine Ruff ... Betty

Steve Schwetman ... Johnny
Michael Coon ... Archie
Sidney Shripka ... Sharon
Gary Hunt ... Uncle Brad
Marty D. Cook ... Lou

Kristine Renee Farley ... Callie
Katherine Kelley ... Katie
Tom Groves ... Marty
Savannah Pennington ... Barbara
Jon Isaac Lutz ... Mr. Diamond
Justin Veazey ... Mr. Bronson
S.K. Stokes ... Charlie
Carol Niswonger ... Madeline
Terri Coon ... Linda
Neil Vowels ... Bud
Kenneth R. Root ... Stu
Leif Erickson Rigney ... Dr. Wilder
Megan Jones ... Patti
Pat Ballard ... Dr. Griffith
McKenna Rigney ... Marcy
Pete Law ... Nurse Charles
Savanna Storm ... Little Girl
Syd Tate ... Dr. Fox
Donna Hollander ... Nurse Nancy
Marsha Cash ... Marsha
Mark Cotton ... Mr. Hollister
Jessica Dockrey ... Nurse Amy (as Jessica Cook)
Bryan Wirthlin ... Medical Student
Julia Griffith ... Receptionist
Chris Cook ... Surgeon
Presley Benson ... Lab Technician
Ethan Dunbar ... Pharmacist
Jude Roy ... Security Guard #1
Eric Stephens ... Security Guard #2
Clint Coon ... Boy with toy gun
Danielle Weems-Brown ... Angry Woman
Tony Brown ... Man in Lobby
Robin Crowley ... Mrs. DeLuise
Will Cox ... Will Cox
J.T. Oglesby ... Intern
Kathy Son ... Nurse Kathy
Felicia Stewart ... Bystander #1
Karen Klay Orange ... Bystander #2
Katie Vowels ... Bystander #4
Kellie Root ... Bystander #5
Eric M. Underwood ... Man shaking hand

Directed by
Steve Hudgins 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Hudgins  written by

Produced by
Steve Hudgins .... producer
P.J. Woodside .... producer
Original Music by
Steve Hudgins 
P.J. Woodside 
Cinematography by
Steve Hudgins 
Film Editing by
Steve Hudgins 
P.J. Woodside 
Set Decoration by
Elaine Ruff 
Makeup Department
P.J. Woodside .... makeup artist
Other crew
Mark Cotton .... production assistant
Ethan Dunbar .... production assistant
Megan Jones .... production assistant
Felicia Stewart .... production assistant
Jason Welden .... production assistant
Julie Benson .... very special thanks
Jesse Cline .... very special thanks
Frank DeFini .... very special thanks
Nick Faust .... very special thanks
Zachary Lankford .... very special thanks
Jim Pearson .... very special thanks
Edward Tapp .... very special thanks
Karyn Tapp .... very special thanks
Michelle Underwood .... very special thanks

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USA:97 min
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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Hell is Full is full of good intentions, 12 December 2010
Author: paultagonist from United States

Not a bad little micro-budget zombie flick. This one is pretty original, in that it starts kind of at the end, and then leap-frogs back to the beginning (kind of like Memento, or Irreversible). Now that would get quickly confusing in most of these micro-budget fares, but in Hell is Full, each part of the story focuses on a different character, and their story lines only overlap a little, although they do all interconnect. Each story begins with the characters doing what they're doing in their everyday life, and at the end, they encounter a zombie and get bit. The movie then leap-frogs (usually) to the person that did the biting, and shows how *they* got turned into a zombie.

And that's great for this flick, because otherwise, it's a straight- forward zombie flick: zombies come and slowly eat a small town's inhabitants, one by one. There's a bit of explanation about a fireball in the sky, but we don't really care about that (although it is cool when a couple of the characters actually find the landed, smoking rock- thing and it's all squishy and slimy).

My only really huge complaint (given that it's basically a homemade, cuz-I-wanna-do-it zombie movie, I'm overlooking stuff like acting, lighting, etc, none of which were awful anyway) is the editing. It just needed more of it. There's one scene in the beginning, where it just shows a guy walking up to a house. For several minutes. The running time isn't extremely long at 97 minutes, but I think maybe the filmmaker didn't want to cut anything since he loved every minute of his creation. Which is understandable, but ya gotta be tough and let some parts go. It could've easily been 85 minutes, I think.

I got this on eBay for around $6 I think, and the cover and disc are signed by the director. I know that doesn't increase its worth (unless Steve Hudgins gets famous in the future), but it still gives it a little personal flair that goes hand-in-hand with a micro-budget zombie flick of this type. I'd suggest seeking it out on eBay, or go to, and check it out. 7/10 from me as a zombie movie (loses a point for the massive editing issue), and 5/10 as a regular movie. I'll look forward to more from Mr. Hudgins.

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