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Hell's Heart (2015)

Martin Cole, a lonely ten-year-old boy becomes enamored with Lisa, a woman who lives across the hall with her seemingly perfect family. One evening, Martin witnesses her brutal murder, and ... See full summary »

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... Martin
... Lisa
... Anne
... Michelle
... Eileen
Alexander McCarty ... Roy
... Father Francis
... Stacie
... Greg
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... Jean-Paul
Renee Crowe ... Young Anne
... Dr. Lenner
... Kathy
... Cake Designer
Dan Masso ... Bartender
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Martin Cole, a lonely ten-year-old boy becomes enamored with Lisa, a woman who lives across the hall with her seemingly perfect family. One evening, Martin witnesses her brutal murder, and his life changes forever. Decades later, Martin is engaged to Lisa's daughter. But as the wedding draws closer, his behavior grows increasingly bizarre, as if something is taking control of his mind and body. Now, either in the grip of a demonic possession, or descending into madness, Martin is convinced that the invading spirit is Lisa herself, opening old painful wounds for her family and rekindling his first love. Written by Anonymous

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Wow.
29 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Hell's Heart was the second movie I saw at the Beloit International Film Festival in Beloit, Wisconsin and I'm extremely happy I did.

I had no idea what to expect with this movie. The trailer made it out to be a demon possession/exorcism movie that would have a few twists and turns. It's easy to say that that's not quite what I got.

The cast was terrific, but the main high point was from the main actor Michael Kirby. Every scene he was in blew me away and his performance is definitely one worthy of nominations and awards. Everyone felt believable and natural in their roles and nothing really felt forced.

The movie was shot very well and have a very beautiful look to it. Every shot seemed to have purpose to it and I loved that.

The score was very reminiscent of old school 80s horror films and it worked all the better for it. I've listened to it a few times since I watched the movie and it only gets better.

I don't want to say too much about the plot because this a movie that works much better if you know very little to nothing about it. It's not what you would expect and felt very original, which is refreshing to see. I hope this gets a wide release so everyone can enjoy it as much as I did.

9/10.


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