Living Hell (2008)

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A schoolteacher joins forces with a hazardous-material specialist to thwart a malicious creature that subsists on light and energy. Johnathon Schaech, Erica Leerhsen. Written and directed by Richard Jefferies.

Rating: R (Rated R for some violence, sci-fi horror visuals and brief language)
Genre: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Richard Jefferies
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 10, 2008
Runtime:
Image Entertainment

Cast


as Frank Sears

as Carrie Freeborn

as Colonel Eric Maitlan...

as Glenn Freeborn

as Sgt. Teegarden

as Torbin Struss

as Tristan Sears

as Sgt. Kinoshita

as Pfc. Aneta McQueen

as Gen. Kenneth Lavigne

as Kermit Shourt

as Elenore Sears

as Private Zaremba

as Gayle Osterloh

as John Redwing

as Air Traffic Controll...

as PA Announcer
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Audience Reviews for Living Hell

Cheap, cheap, cheap.

3niR
Dead Angel

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½

A good first half with a good but quick set up.Only to be let down by a boring second half.Sfx are servicable but are abit ropey in a few sences.Acting is not bad for this kind of low budget movie.

briandeguelle
Brian De Guelle

Super Reviewer

½

Gah... When awful B-Movies take themselves seriously...

There's a couple of positive points sure. Johnathin Schaech (The Washingtonians, Prom Night [2008], Quarantine, Fear Itself: The Circle, Laid to Rest) in the lead has done some pretty cool stuff, Erica Leerhsen (above - Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [2003], Book of Shadows: Blair WItch 2) has too, and Terence Jay (Green Street Hooligans, Buried Alive) is always value for money. None of the actors were appalling, but these 3 stood out the most, and they didn't stand out all that much.

It's a pretty cool premise, though also one of the least original. Long ago military makes a secret virus/organism. Years later stupid guys who won't listen 'cause they're all big and tough let it out near a small, rural U.S. town, the main characters need to find a way to stop the army nuking the place and making everything worse.

Unfortunately when you get shafted with a low budget there's only so much you can do with it, and in plenty of instances the CGI suffers massively for it. But I mean come on, with a budget of $4,500,000 I'd think there could have been a liiiittle more effort put in. For the most part it's okay-ish, but there's a couple of scenes that are disturbingly terrible.

Living Hell lacks anything that can define it as worth watching any more so than the thousands of other dodgy B-Movie horrors made with little care out there. But if that's what you're into, may as well give it spin.

32%

-Gimly

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