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Hellmouth (2014)

PG-13 | | Horror | 19 May 2015 (USA)
A throwback to the genre films of the '50s, Hellmouth is about a grave-keeper who is drawn into a hell dimension to save the soul of a beautiful woman.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Baker / The Barda
Tony Burgess ...
Sheriff Ryan
Fred Whinny
Paul Kemp
Freddy T Neville
Mr. Praut
Mrs. Praut
Tessa McHattie ...
Graveyard Kid 1
Duncan McHattie ...
Graveyard Kid 2
Camille Jones-Burgess ...
Graveyard Kid 3 (as Camile Burgess)
Griffin Jones-Burgess ...
Graveyard Kid 4 (as Griffin Burgess)
The Bargeman


A throwback to the genre films of the '50s, Hellmouth is about a grave-keeper who is drawn into a hell dimension to save the soul of a beautiful woman.

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He carries death... and a shovel!




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It thinks weirdness is substance
26 January 2016 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

I picked up this movie from my local library without knowing anything about it other than the brief plot synopsis on the back of the DVD case. While it's not one of the worst movies I have ever seen, it's definitely one of the strangest I have seen. And that explains the main problem I had with the movie - it is so determined to be strange and murky that it doesn't give the audience anything to hang on to. The characters are vague; you hardly learn a thing about them. And it doesn't take long for the plot to become all but incomprehensible. As a result, it was hard for me to care about what was going on. Sure, it's visually striking at times, as well as being fairly slick despite what had to be a really low budget. I just wish that the filmmakers had put as much work into the script as they did with the visuals. It didn't come as a surprise when the end credits revealed it was a Canadian movie - it has that Canadian feel as well as pretentious attitude you often get in Canadian cinema. (Though at least the Canadian government's film funding agency didn't waste any of my tax dollars on this particular movie.) Maybe this might have worked as a short subject, but as a feature film it's pretty deadly.

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