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6 Degrees of Hell -- Six individuals are caught up in a supernatural perfect storm, as an evil lays claim to one of them while threatening to tear apart the soul of a small Pennsylvania town.
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30 September 2013 (UK) See more »
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Hell Breaks Loose on Halloween... See more »
Plot:
Six individuals are caught up in a supernatural perfect storm, as an evil lays claim to one of them while threatening to tear apart the soul of a small Pennsylvania town. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

Corey Feldman ... Kyle Brenner

Jill Whelan ... Jill Hudson

Nicole Cinaglia ... June Galloway

Brian Gallagher ... Uncle Jack

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Deputy Hendricks

Ashley Sumner ... Kelly

David J. Bonner ... Chris Allen

Kyle Patrick Brennan ... Erik Sanborn
Nikki Bell ... Stacey Sanborn

Faust Checho ... Chf. John Hansen

Joe Raffa ... Kellen Hudson
Ashley Caspermeyer ... Jen Rhodes

Loren W. Lepre ... Line Patron

Christopher Weite ... The Entity, Sparky, Scarecrow,
Joe Gariffo ... Alex

Davy Raphaely
Susan Moses ... Mary
Alexander Mandell ... Jeff Wilde
Tereza Hakobyan ... Rachel

Gene Connelly ... Mr. Wilde

Michael J. Bittner ... Cain Luszar
Damon Bonetti ... Mike
Brent Lewis ... Mike
Tom McCarthy ... Dr. Tramon
Carolyn Seibert ... Lady Lust
Elizabeth Lewis ... Mrs. Wilde
Brian Bruno ... Priest
Matthew Burd ... The Purifier
Jaime Vazquez Jr. ... Crazy Clown
Karey Bittner ... Mac Luszar
Stephen J. Monachello ... Patron Standing in Line (uncredited)
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Directed by
Joe Raffa 
 
Writing credits
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Harrison Smith  creator
Harrison Smith 

Produced by
Dan and Marlo Ambrosio .... associate producer
Joe Raffa .... producer
Harrison Smith .... producer
 
Original Music by
John Avarese 
 
Cinematography by
Charlie Anderson 
 
Film Editing by
Joe Raffa 
 
Production Management
Brian Bruno .... production manager: coordination
Chuck J. Stone .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Bruno .... second assistant director
Chuck J. Stone .... first assistant director
 
Sound Department
John Avarese .... supervising sound editor
Travis Groves .... sound mixer
Ian Jabour .... second assistant sound engineer
Rich Mach .... first assistant sound engineer
Benjamin S.L. Wong .... foley editor
 
Special Effects by
Juan Garcia .... special effects makeup
Xavier Garcia .... special effects makeup
Nanette Getz .... special effects makeup
Ryan Padden .... special effects makeup
 
Visual Effects by
Chuck J. Stone .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul E. Chresomales .... key grip
Robbie Cline .... third electrician
Steffan Elzinga .... additional first assistant camera
Devin Hassan .... third electrician
Phil Jago .... grip/electric swing
Anthony Keating .... second assistant camera
Kevin Martin .... gaffer
Michael Piantadosi .... best boy grip
Thomas P. Quigley .... third grip
Aaron Smith .... best boy electric
Christopher Wiezorek .... first assistant camera
Andrew Wojtkowski .... still photographer
 
Editorial Department
Charlie Anderson .... colorist
 
Other crew
Joseph Bottino .... production assistant
Sean Evans .... social media assistant
Chris Evers .... social media strategist
Joey Monda .... web publicist
Michael Sherry .... assistant production coordinator
Brendan Steere .... production assistant
Brandon Taylor .... script supervisor
Harrison Whelan .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Diane Pryor .... special thanks
Kieran Pryor .... special thanks
 

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The hooded sweatshirts worn by the actors Ashley Sumner and Ashley Caspermeyer have specific meaning to other films connected to the director and writer.See more »
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Chf. John Hansen:From robbing the cradle to robbing the grave...See more »
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Referenced in Camp Dread (2014)See more »

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14 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
A Smear Better then Average, 2 December 2012
Author: yaktheripper from United States

So let's go ahead and address probably your biggest concern here...Feldman. Yeah, he's in it. He has his bit and it's minor and pretty much unnecessary. With that knowledge, you can kick back and allow yourself to watch a steady, somewhat slow burning story involving a demon's puzzling game of possessions to unlock the gates of hell. The major problem with this movie is that it's trying to tell too many stories and in the end you might find yourself wondering exactly what story was told. The acting is decent, I would say respectable for B movie standards. Film direction, cinematography, soundtrack, makeup...all professional. Question is...should you watch it and am I endorsing it? I say yes to both. I appreciate how the film makers haven't hoar'd themselves out on these boards and reviews with sweaty palm testimonies on how great the movie is like most shlock horror movie makers do these days. See : Orphan Maker, Smiley, Bunnyman, etc for examples. (Added bonus, this movie is better then all 3 of those crapfests) These guys put some sweat and talent into a movie and are allowing the fans to respond to it. Unfortunately, the Feldman hate, I fear, is crushing the score and will scare you away. Don't let it! This is a pretty original and again, solid effort from an independent movie maker. It's probably a little to ambitious in it's efforts to find it's own voice but I rather that then a majority of the recycled garbage we're watching these days.

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