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Hell's Half Acre (2006)

An ambitious maniac stalks the residents of a small town.


Sean Tiedeman




Credited cast:
Joe Chapman Joe Chapman ... Hick Sheriff
Jim Clauser Jim Clauser ... WDIE Radio Host
Todd Labar Todd Labar ... Derek Moore
Chris Line ... Escaped Victim
Tesia Nicoli Tesia Nicoli ... Nicole
Ariel Rivera Ariel Rivera ... Brad's friend
Ken Schwarz ... Lt. Lapetta
Dorothy Vollmer ... Victim (as Dorothy Macdonald)
Bob Weick Bob Weick ... Bob Moore
Leah Wolf Leah Wolf ... Nurse (as Leah Schmidt)


From filmmakers Sean Tiedeman and Scott Krycia (Associate Producers of EVIL BONG) comes one of the highest body count films in horror history. A serial killer is brought to justice by his victims and burned alive on what is now known as Hell's Half Acre. Years later, a faceless killer begins slaughtering the townspeople. Losing her friends and family, Nicole Becker (Tesia Nicoli) decides to go after the killer with all she's got. Double machetes, shotguns, dual handguns, and even a chaingun are all part of this killer's arsenal. Needless to say, it's gonna be messy! Written by blackplague films

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Release Date:

5 December 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA


Box Office


$150,000 (estimated)
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K Studios See more »
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The Hell's Half Acre theme song, Coo-Coo, was performed by the rock band Spitshine. The song is available on their album, Transaudio released in 2004. See more »

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Not enough blood!
7 January 2009 | by info-18378See all my reviews

It would have been much cooler if this movie had more blood. Everybody just seems to gets shot. Indeed, this movie was rather weird. The killer is a ghost I think. He appears and disappears at his own will. I'm a big fan of B movies so I enjoyed it a bit, but my girlfriend hated it! The killer's mask is rather cool and there is a great scene towards the end where a girl gets a door axed down and it hits her square in the face. The behind the scenes documentary shows that it was real. The door really just hit her in the face (!) Other than that, the film revolves around a guy walking around killing random people. It is funny in parts too mostly because of the absurdity of the situations. Don't watch this expecting a true scare, you will be disappointed.

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