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They Found Hell (2015)

A group of college students are trapped in hell after a teleportation experiment goes awry, and the inhabitants are determined to devour their souls.

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Nick Lyon
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Chris Schellenger ... Peter
Katy Reece ... Trish
Austin Scott Austin Scott ... Giles
Kabby Borders ... Ava
Mirela Burke ... Lucia
Max Rinehart ... Slade
Hunter Canedy Hunter Canedy ... Ward
Laurie Kynaston ... Evan
James Sobol Kelly ... Dr. Maro
Georgi Zlatarev Georgi Zlatarev ... Charon
Ivan Kostadinov Ivan Kostadinov ... The Collector
Nadya Poliakova Nadya Poliakova ... Old Nurse
Goran Gunchev Goran Gunchev ... Cadaever Demon (as Goran Ganchev)
Anatoli Nikolov Netchev Anatoli Nikolov Netchev ... Russian Worker
Bozhidar Baltov Bozhidar Baltov ... Man Attacked by Dog
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When a group of gifted college students run a secret teeleportation experiment, they accidentally open a portal to another dimension, trapping them in hell. One by one they are hunted, tortured and killed by the denizens of hell who are bent on stealing their souls. Written by J C

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They thought they opened a portal to somewhere cool


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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The Latin phrase inscribed above the ominous iron gates "omens relinquite spes, o vos intrantes" is actually a misspelled quote from Dante's 'The Divine Comedy'. It should read " *omnes* relinquite spes, o vos intrantes". Which roughly translates as "All hope abandon, ye who enter here" See more »

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Dr. Maro: The password, for the project; what was it?
Evan: Tesla.
Dr. Maro: Figures.
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Fun and exciting Sci-Fi Channel creature feature
20 October 2015 | by kannibalcorpsegrinderSee all my reviews

Conducting an experiment in the desert, a group of college students are thrust into a different dimension that is the literal personification of Hell and must find a way of navigating through the treacherous demons and creatures in order to get back to the surface.

Despite some minor problems, this was quite an enjoyable and thrilling effort with a lot to like. The biggest thing to this one is the fact that it manages to get this one started off and going almost immediately with the opening dimensional rift found even before finishing the credits and then managing to get them down into the demonic levels not far afterward that manages to mean the pace here is truly frenetic and breakneck. That it means a lot of time here exploring this creepy location and encountering the creepy-looking creatures and demons throughout here is what really tends to drive this one, managing to further place a lot of action here as their continuous need to escape from the creatures really drives this one nicely. There's more action in here than expected because of this, with people being forced to run through thick overgrown forests to get away from the creatures lurking within the forest, a series of rooms designed for the dismemberment and disposal of bodies, a gloriously deceptive Gothic church that should've been a grand giveaway about the purposes of the scene, out into the woods to be chased by the dogs and down into the pit with the giant pendulum above them that serves as quite a nasty surprise throughout here, and with all these different locations and encounters throughout here there's just a frantic and never-ending assault of confrontations here. These are dark, chilling and take advantage of literature and history quite nicely by offering plenty of call-backs and nods to how Hell has been played up throughout the ages from the demons gathering bodies into fire pits, holding souls prisoner until the time to collect them and move them to torture pits guarded over by ravenous zombies and other demented ghouls which makes for a thrilling time throughout here. Combined with the strong make-up work on the creatures and the bloody deaths from the numerous kills here, there's a lot to like here without a whole lot of flaws. The only real flaw present in this one is the film's continuous flipping back to the adventures of the student and professor back on campus attempting to fix the ramifications of the experiment, which don't really seem all that vital or contribute much of anything to the film beyond simply taking time away from the group down in Hell by mainly spilling scientific psychobabble that doesn't make any sense. While it's necessary to show how they're attempting to get them back to the surface, the whole kidnapping and holding hostage angle mixed alongside these overly nonsensical scientific discussions aren't the way it should happen. Likewise, the CGI is a little troubling, following the same patterns as many of these Sci-Fi Channel originals but that's to be expected here and doesn't really hurt it the way the other one does.

Rated R: Graphic Violence and Language.


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