Living Hell

2008

Living Hell

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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.

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Cast

Johnathon Schaech
as Frank Sears
Erica Leerhsen
as Carrie Freeborn
James McDaniel
as Colonel Eric Maitland
Jason Wiles
as Glenn Freeborn
Dylan Kenin
as Sgt. Teegarden
Josh Berry
as Torbin Struss
Daniel Beer
as Tristan Sears
Vic Chao
as Sgt. Kinoshita
Charissa Allen
as Pfc. Aneta McQueen
Rick Herod
as Gen. Kenneth Lavigne
Joshua Rollins
as Kermit Shourt
Darlene Kegan
as Elenore Sears
Diego Joaquin Lopez
as Private Zaremba
Liezl Carstens
as Gayle Osterloh
Fredrick Lopez
as John Redwing
Daniel Hubbert
as Air Traffic Controller
John Weitz
as PA Announcer
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  • Nov 25, 2013
    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
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 25, 2011
    I sorta liked it. It's got an awesome story, an some pretty descent acting if you ask me. The antagonist was the main thaing that I love about this film, though. I loved it!
    Jacob P Super Reviewer
  • Jan 25, 2010
    Cheap, cheap, cheap.
    Dead A Super Reviewer
  • Nov 27, 2009
    After watching this, I just have to wonder how much blood one man has? A very poor science fiction film that has been done over hundreds of times in almost the exact same way. No new territory explored here. This was kind if painful to watch as boring explanations and boring dialogue was spewed. Schauch wasn't so bad, but Leerhsen seemed out of place with this role. The cast that was used as townspeople were downright horrible. A cool scene here and there, but this is a boring and bad film that gets worse the longer it plays.
    Ken D Super Reviewer

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