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Hellbound? -- If God is our pure, all-loving creator, can he really turn his back on sinners and allow them to suffer for eternity in hell...


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  (in credits order)
Kevin Miller ... Himself - Filmmaker
Jonathan Phelps ... Himself - Westboro Baptist Church
Margie Phelps ... Herself - Westboro Baptist Church

Robert McKee ... Himself - Author, Story
Kevin DeYoung ... Himself - Pastor, University Reformed Church
Justin Taylor ... Himself - Blogger, Between Two Worlds
Mark Driscoll ... Himself - Pastor, Mars Hill Church
Bob Larson ... Himself - Exorcist
Hank Hanegraaff ... Himself - Radio Host, The Bible Answer Man
Mike Bickle ... Himself - Director, International House of Prayer

Ray Comfort ... Himself - Evangelist, Living Waters
Chad Holtz ... Himself - Former Pastor
David Bruce ... Himself - Founder,
Gregory A. Boyd ... Himself - Pastor, Woodland Hills Church
William P. Young ... Himself - Author, The Shack (as William Paul Young)
Sharon Baker ... Herself - Author, Razing Hell
Brian McLaren ... Himself - Author, The Last Word and the Word After That
Glen Benton ... Himself - Vocalist, Deicide

Dave Brockie ... Himself - Vocalist, GWAR (as Oderus Urungus)
David Vincent ... Himself - Vocalist, Morbid Angel
Necrobutcher ... Himself - Bassist, Mayhem
Francis Schaeffer ... Himself - Author, Crazy for God (as Frank Schaeffer)
John Piper ... Himself - Evangelist (archive footage)
Robin Parry ... Himself - Author, The Evangelical Universalist
Michael Hardin ... Himself - Founder, Preaching Peace
Lazar Puhalo ... Himself - Canadian Orthodox Monastery (as Archbishop Lazar Puhalo)

Jim Jefferies ... Himself - Comedian (archive footage)
Brad Jersak ... Himself - Author, Her Gates Will Never Be Shut
Peter Kreeft ... Himself - Catholic Apologist
Ron Dart ... Himself - Professor of World Religions, University College of the Fraser Valley
Jerry Walls ... Himself - Author, Hell: The Logic of Damnation
Jaime Clark-Soles ... Herself - Bible Scholar, Perkins Theological Seminary

Directed by
Kevin Miller 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kevin Miller  writer

Produced by
David Krysko .... executive producer
Kevin Miller .... producer
David Rempel .... producer
Original Music by
Marcus Zuhr 
Cinematography by
Ben Eisner 
Film Editing by
Simon Tondeur 
Sound Department
Thomas Cassetta .... sound mixer
Jeremy Therrien .... sound editor
Visual Effects by
Tom Whaley .... digital compositor
Other crew
Chris Perez .... clearance counsel (as Christopher L. Perez)
Steven J. Frey .... the producers wish to thank

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84 min


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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Interesting Documentary & Discussion, 6 October 2012
Author: l-piotrowski from United States

Hellbound is a movie that deals with the question of is there or is there not a hell, and who goes there after death. The movie contains interviews with quite a variety of people ranging from members of the Westboro Baptist church who protest at military funerals (and in this movie are shown in New York City on the day of the 10th anniversary of 9/11), a pastor of megachurch, a heavy metal rock band, to various authors who have written about what they believe about hell.

It becomes apparent that the filmmakers believe in universalism, meaning all people will eventually go to heaven and that evil people such as Hitler, Stalin etc will have a chance to be redeemed. There are interviews with people who do not agree with this viewpoint, though I think more time is spent on the 'all dogs go to heaven' belief than on other viewpoints. I think too much film time was spent on the fringe people such as the Westboro protesters and not enough time was spent with those who do not believe in universalism.

I do think this is an important movie to see and though there were only 7 people in the theater for a 620pm showing on a Friday night (plus this was the only theater in the Chicago area that had this movie that night), I am hopeful more people will attend future showings.

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