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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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Did You Know?


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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hell's cheesy acre
12 May 2009 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

I noticed an advertisement in fango about this flick, collecting horrorflicks I ordered it. The communication between the production and me was perfect, they signed my copy and I received it extremely fast. In between I visited the site of the movie to read everything about it, it wasn't a low budget it was a no budget, so what could I expect, nothing. I have seen a lot coming from Hollywood that has been promoted as good or better then....so I plugged it in and watched my copy. The movie starts off with what did me remind of those early years, the video nasties. Some people out to search and destroy those horrors. If it was a set up or real I couldn't tell because I don't live in the states but been their a few times I can expect that nowadays there are still some conquistadors out there. Weird that they never attacked as far as I know the August Underground ones. Anyway. You can see that the movie was made with love and addiction. And for me there are some scene's that made me think of the classic ones, the scene in the pick up, well, that was Maniac wasn't it? Having no budget means having no effects so they had to do the slashing and beating off screen, that's a bit of a pity that it doesn't have more blood or gore in it but the score and the editing does their work. That it clocks in under an hour doesn't makes it boring. So a big cheer to the crew out their who did a great job.

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