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Hell of a Night (2019)

Hell of a Night (2019)

Rachael HevrinGrace PowellElla TaylorKristin McKenzie Rice
Brian Childs


Hell of a Night (2019) is a English movie. Brian Childs has directed this movie. Rachael Hevrin,Grace Powell,Ella Taylor,Kristin McKenzie Rice are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Hell of a Night (2019) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

After moving to a new town, a young college student retreats to the country for a weekend of solace when she quickly finds out that she is not alone and needs to fight for her life.

Hell of a Night (2019) Reviews

  • Believe it or not, a pretty darn rubbish movie


    This movie is plain and simple garbage. The acting was the worst I've seen in a very long time. The music was a complete joke with the worst editing I have ever seen. The lighting was horrendous with bright red, greens and yellows in nearly every scene, just so over bearing. For a horror there was not a single scary scene, not even 1 Jump scare. The story is all over the place. Im trying to think of 1 Good thing to say about this movie..... oh hold on, the end credits. How this is 5.4 rating on here is beyond me. Watch at your own peril

  • Awful.


    This movie was just awful. Red scenes, blues scenes, green scenes, all just stupid and didn't make the film or story better but more annoying. Who wrote this garbage? Acting was horrendous, a bunch a dumbass young girls with no experience in front of a camera whatsoever. And to that a hole who said that this film was a "good flick" stop being jerk troll and find another hobby. You aren't getting laid with any of the girls in the film anyway, so cut the crap.

  • Believe it or Not There are Two Phony Reviews So Far


    ...and mine isnt one of them. This is another one of those out of the mainstream (Texas) made direct to video fims. The producton values are pretty decent with this caveat -- no one bothered to do post production on the sound so it echos here and there and is pretty annoying. This is one of those movies that starts out with a horror scene and then skips into the future. Typical. There were some hot girls and I waited for the nudity. The blondsmoker looked like she went with other women. The brunette was pretty hot. The plot is predictable and they tried way too hard to make this more arty than it should be. It's a horror movie folks. Cut to the sex and killing and keep that going throughout the picture. Instead we're innundated with scenich wonder and silly boring "character" development. And then there's that bad sound. Why on earth didnt you fix it? I stopped looking for the nudity about a third of the way through. The sory line is not cohesive. And soon you will be bored. Look folks -- this genre is simple. Sex and stabbing. Get it right nexr time.

  • Insert clever review name here.


    I sometimes wish that horror wasn't my genre of choice. I get the sense that there's something about appallingly bad horror movies that makes them especially easy to mass-produce and, no matter how bad they are, still make a profit. The net result of all this is that I end up watching a disproportionately large volume of really bad movies. No one to blame but myself, I suppose. So here's the complex and cerebral plot of HELL OF A NIGHT: couple of young girls playing in a closet with that always dangerous and volatile source of so much supernatural misery, the Ouija board, "accidentally" summon up an evil spirit. From that point forward, the evil spirit attacks anybody that gets involved with that house. Most of the movie takes place with a subsequent occupant of the house, a cutie pie college girl. Fortunately, the evil spirit is of the Equal Opportunity variety and is quite happy to attack not only the cutie pie but also a small collection of evildoers that seek to victimize the cutie pie for her supposed hidden wealth. Yeah, I know. You could write this stuff yourself. Add in stilted, wooden acting throughout and voilĂ : HELL OF A NIGHT. I can grudgingly admit that, where most movies of HELL OF A NIGHT's caliber rate a 1/10, HELL OF A NIGHT might possibly squeak up to a 3, but only because, very occasionally, some halfway decent music ACCIDENTALLY makes its way into the movie. Mostly the music is the usual straight-from-a-commercial-music-supply stuff that only vaguely correlates with the associated scene, but it does get better than that now and then. The best part of the movie, and also somehow very telling, was in the end credits which identified individual Indiegogo contributors and gave thanks to, and I quote here, "The Lord Almighty (duh), Mom and Dad, Uncle Roger, and Grandmother Rose". Likely connected to this, I particularly enjoyed the fact that large parts of this particular show was literally "put on in the barn". Apocryphal, that. I find movies that involve Ouija boards discomfiting. This is because Ouija was a former trademark belonging to Parker Brothers, erstwhile makers of the Ouija board, and currently it's a trademark of Hasbro, Inc. That's right, if you were ever looking for proof that toy companies are the work of the devil and the source of so much evil loosed upon mankind, there it is. G.I. Joe, Furby, Transformers and everybody from My Little Pony are all kissing cousins to the hell spawn spewing forth from Ouija boards everywhere. Makes you think, doesn't it? I'm not sure WHAT it makes you think, but it certainly makes you think SOMETHING. Unless you have a personal life goal to watch every supernatural/horror picture ever made, no matter how awful, I'd recommend giving this one a pass.

  • What did I just watch??


    Talk about a waste of 90 minutes. What did I just watch?? **Spoiler** who was the girl w the witch boots? Who was the little girl?? Umm the movie didnt tell you what was going on. Yeah, don't waste your time w this one. Go do something more entertaining like watching grass grow or paint dry.

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