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Hell Baby (2013)

R | | Comedy, Horror | March 2014 (UK)
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An expectant couple who moves into the most haunted house in New Orleans call upon the services of the Vatican's elite exorcism team to save them from a demonic baby.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mrs. Nussbaum / Cheerful Guy
Cardinal Vicente
Dr. Marsden
Dr. Marshall
Rental Car Guy
Italian Nurse (as Brittney Alger)
Tara Cullen ...
Italian Nurse
Jessica Loyacono ...
Italian Nurse


An expectant couple who moves into the most haunted house in New Orleans call upon the services of the Vatican's elite exorcism team to save them from a demonic baby.

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The Devil got a baby mama.


Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, graphic nudity, sexual content, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

March 2014 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Dijete iz pakla  »

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Box Office


$2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,980, 6 September 2013, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$4,980, 6 September 2013
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Both Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon had complete creative freedom and wanted the movie to be "pointless". The film has a very small budget and the cast mainly did their roles with little to no pay. See more »


When the police speak with the priests hanging around at the police car, you can see the camera tripod reflected on the priest with the beard's glasses as he is moving. See more »


[first lines]
Vanessa: Home.
Jack: Home.
Vanessa: Here's the low-balling the seller and still getting $50,000 off after the home inspection.
VanessaJack: [hi-five each other]
Jack: We could paint this place today, sell it tomorrow, and still make money.
Vanessa: Yes, we could. I love you, Jack Watson.
Jack: I love you. Now, let me carry you over that goddamn threshold.
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Referenced in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #21.206 (2013) See more »


Addio Del Passato from La Traviata
Written by Giuseppe Verdi
Performed by Mandy Vejar
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Awful, Awful
28 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

Before I actually start my review the 2 reviews before made me laugh more than this joke of a film did..

It starts off with a man and a woman arriving at their new home in a "black neighbourhood" straight away you can tell this is going to be terrible but you carry on anyway, You have to give it a chance right? Wrong. The woman is ridiculously portrayed as pregnant (Maybe it's supposed to be funny, It's not) Some guy who apparently lives in their crawl space jumps out at them time and time again but They continue to just let him enter their house when ever He wants. Some ugly hag shows up screaming at any chance She gets again not funny or scary and finally the woman starts doing loads of stupid demonic crap, Like smoking, drinking alcohol, drinking paint stripper while heavily pregnant, and to top it off her boyfriend doesn't ask any questions about this crap,Just because She starts crying? She ends up trying to kill him but again He just shakes it off like it's nothing. The best part about this film are the cops and the priests or fathers who make it ever so slightly funny but not enough to watch it all, Hell even I didn't finish it, I got to the hour mark and that was enough for me the next 40 minutes I just couldn't do.

Overall I wouldn't recommend this film to anybody, Watch paint dry it's far more entertaining than this.

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