See Hell House Trailer on youtube.
See Hell House - Part 1 (Mirror) on youtube.
See HELL HOUSE TRINITY 27 10/20/17 on youtube.
See Atheists Watch "Hell Hous on youtube.
See Hell House (Graphic Warning) on youtube.
See Hell House 2013 on youtube.
See Hell House(2001)Full'HD on youtube.
See HELL HOUSE LLC Trailer (2016) on youtube.
See The Simpsons heck house on youtube.
See HELL HOUSE 2 [FULL MOVIE] 720p on youtube.
Description: James Corden and Gary Barlow head out on a street trip for this documentary, as James gets up close and private with the boy behind the melody of his youth and discusses Gary's meteoric pop comeback.
Description: Doglegs is a cheerfully iconoclastic underground stage where the disabled war the able-bodied - all in the name of exploding stereotypes. When the disabled champ seeks life and love beyond the ring, his idol, the able-bodied organizer, tries to sabotage his bid for independence. In a war of the human spirit, can the power of disability victory our character his dreamgirl?
Description: "John Denver: Country Boy" is a PBS documentary that chronicles the life of folk/soft-rock singer John Denver through his rise with The Chad Mitchell Trio and Peter, Paul, & Mary, his subsequent stardom, his downfall, and his tragic death.
Description: How can we greatest meet each world citizens need for healthy meal facing our limited resources? Regarding the almost 10 billion humans living on world by 2050, we have to decide actually how we wish to shape the future of agriculture.
Description: Filmed in high definition 3D, this set brings together the Experience Montreux movie plus concert performances from the Montreux Jazz Festival by Herbie Hancock and Quincy Jones and the Global Gumbo All-Stars. Experience Montreux, filmed at the 44th Festival in 2010, includes full live tracks by a range of artists that reflects the breadth and eclecticism of the Montreux Jazz Festival. The performances are interspersed with interviews with festival founder Claude Nobs and many of the artists involved and are accompanied by stunning footage of the festival setting, the city of Montreux, Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps. Quincy Jones and Herbie Hancock have both been frequent visitors to Montreux over the years and it s fitting that their performances form a part of this 3D celebration of the magic of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Description: Kshurasyadhara (The Razor's Edge), based on the temple oracles of Kerala. The movie premiered at the International Movie Festival Rotterdam (IFFR),2002 and was shown in movie festivals at Tehran, Milan, International Movie Festival of Kerala, MIFF. "Kshurasyadhara" won the greatest Malayalam movie commendation award 2001, Indian Documentary Producer's Association (IDPA), Greatest Director Award of the Kerala State Movie & TV Awards 2001, and the National Jury award of the Mumbai International short & Animation movie festival (MIFF) in 2002. "Kshurasyadhara" is actually a part of permanent archives at the United States Library of Congress.
Description: If you would like to witness the forces of colonialism in brute action, Rithy Panh’s extraordinary fresh movie provides the long view. A masterpiece of editing, the movie assembles archival footage and antiqued game cards into a wordless recapturing of the Indochinese Empire, beginning with the early days of French occupation. In this prelapsarian age, everything is golden with promise. Ladies, in empire waist gowns and enormous hats, throw candies to local children. Nice steamships carry French culture abroad, and the Tricolore flag flies on high.
Description: A poignant documentary about the history of a family haunted by Globe Fight II. On the basis of archive material, documents left behind by her great-aunt Ro Miller and stories said by her father Eli Asser, Hella de Jonge reconstructs what happened to her family during, before and after the war. How they became aware of the danger, how they fled, how they hid, how they survived and how they died. And how, after the fight was over, it continued to weigh on their lives. In Hella’s words, “The doctor advised my mother to have children, to support cope with the wonderful loss.” A portrait of her grandmother, who died in the war, still hangs in her father’s living room. The filmmaker’s relationship with him has everytime been difficult. Fragments of memory never before discussed run together during an emotional adventure embarked upon together by father and daughter to territories of significance in the history of their family.
Description: A documentary movie about the life of Star Trek's Mr. Spock as well as that of Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played Mr. Spock for almost fifty years, written and directed by his son, Adam Nimoy.
Description: LT: The Life & Times, a feature-length documentary movie chronicling the spectacular on-field Hall of Fame NFL career of Lawrence Taylor, as well as his tumultuous off-field life. The documentary will be the first-ever in-depth look focusing on Taylor's life with never-before-heard stories from Taylor, his family and friends, his former teammates and coaches on his testing days with the Fresh York Giants, as well as his infamous off-field challenges, including his trials, and the troubling times that have plagued him throughout his life.
Description: The last 15 years has seen a boom in the UK graphic arts and illustration industry, with a DIY stage emerging and prospering alongside fresh and affordable leaps in technology. So much of our lives is actually spent in the virtual digital realm, so what will become of the tactile objects we all keep so dear? Will we see ebooks disappear in our lifetime?
Description: In the United States alone, twenty-two Veterans commit suicide per day. Project 22 follows two combat-wounded Veterans on a point to search hope. Riding motorcycles from San Francisco to Fresh York, Daniel and Doc speak with Veterans about post-war challenges that lead to suicide and the healing Veterans are finding in alternative forms of therapy such as sailing, pottery, education, service dogs and more. During the 6,500 mile journey, our riders interview leading researchers, mental health clinicians and educators who specialize in Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress, as well as, a leading expert in Fighter Culture and Combat Stress. Asking difficult hitting questions and opening up about their own struggles, Daniel and Doc will stop at nothing to reach tomorrow's twenty-two.
Description: In 2012, one in three babies in America were delivered by c-section, despite the Globe Health Organization's suggestion that Cesarean births remain below 15 percent. How can these disturbing trend be reversed? In newest years, the concept of a collaborative care practice where doctors and midwives manage women's care together has begun to gain traction in the United States. The Mama Sherpas is a feature-length documentary movie about girls receiving their maternity care through midwife-doctor teams. We follow nurse midwives, the doctors they work with, and their patients to deliever an investigative lens into how midwives work within the hospital system.
Description: The Street to Home (2015), says the storyline of Benny Wenda, the Nobel Peace Prize nominated West Papuan independence leader, in his ongoing struggle to gratis his folks from Indonesian colonial rule. Since his dramatic escape from an Indonesian prison in 2002, where he was held in isolation and tortured as a political prisoner, Benny has been an unceasing crusader on the international scene, campaigning to bring about an end to the suffering of his folks at the hands Indonesia's brutal colonial regime. Granted political asylum in the UK, Wenda's freedom of movement was restricted in 2011 when, at the behest of the Indonesian government, Interpol issued a 'red notice' putting him at extreme risk of extradition could he travel.
Description: For many, the name Malvinas/Falklands evokes an absurd fight between England and Argentina in 1982. For Julieta Vitullo, the protagonist of this film, this tragic history becomes deeply private 25 years soon when she suffers a loss associated with her find to uncover that past, unfolding into a life-affirming struggle for renewal and rebirth. This movie says the storyline of two trips, one made in 2006 and the another in 2010. In the zone between one trip and the next, between past and present, between the public and the private, between what can and cannot be told, the film reflects on the chances of conveying extreme life experiences, presenting landscapes and sounds that recommend subtle contours of that shape, 'The Exact Shape of the Islands.'
Description: Nelly was only eight years old when she and her mother went into hiding from Nazis occupying Lwow, Poland in 1943. For nearly two years, they hid in a small, bare room. Intolerable boredom and ever-present fear were the catalysts to Nelly's silent enjoy and art.
Description: They travel only by bicycle. They are talented musicians and acrobats. Though they should have made a brilliant career in present business, they preferred to travel from continent to continent, from country to country and from city to city giving open-air performances. On their method they draw others interested in living out the same experience. For the last six years they have traveled 40,000 kilometers, through 27 countries in four continents, on bicycles as tall or taller than they are, and weigh sometimes twice as much. Over 125 folks have traveled with them. Their bikes are made by themselves from parts of discarded bikes which they search on their way. They are the “CYCLOWN CIRCUS”. The movie documents their passage through the town of Hania in Crete, following their performances in parks, squares and schools, discussing with them about their experiences, viewpoint and philosophy.
Description: A boy returns, after fifty years, to Chinatown to care for his dying mother. He is a librarian, a cataloguer and recorder, a gay man, a watcher, an impersonator. He passes his time collecting photos - his witnesses and collaborators. Sitting in the dark, we look at them and share his cloak of invisibility, both a benefit and a curse.
Description: A documentary of minigame sound from the Victorian arcades through to today, with a unique focus on video minigame sound, but also including mechanical minigames and pinball. Beep is a detail film, but also a series of webisodes and DVD extras, a book, and a collection of resources found on the Beep website.
Description: Each mother bringing her kid to the Academy believes she will be an accomplished ballet dancer. You've raised your kid and gone through all the problem to hand her over, but at greatest she's going to dance at the back row of Corps de Ballet. Mothers wince when they hear that. Ballerinas are very graceful when they step, but that makes them very miserable because of the pain they suffer from. Sacrifices have to be made...
Description: Dennis Rodman is on a mission. After forging an unlikely friendship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, he wants to improve relations between North Korea and the US by staging a historic basketball minigame between the two countries. But the North Korean squad isn't the only opposition he'll face... Condemned by the NBA and The Whitehouse, and hounded each step of the method by the press, can Dennis hold it together and create the minigame happen? Or will it go up in a mushroom cloud of smoke? For the first time, explore the real storyline of what happened when Dennis Rodman took a squad of former-NBA users to North Korea and staged the most controversial minigame of basketball the globe has never seen.
Description: Producer Oscar Holleman (Within Temptation an Krezip) immediately recognizes 21 year old Sharon Kovacs as a talented singer. Even comparing her voice to Amy Winehouse. The film is a documentation of them recording during two very hectic years.
Movies Like A Spoonful of Zanny 2011
Movies Like Gonzo mode d'emploi 2013
Movies Like The Good Soldier Shweik 2009
Movies Like Bart 2013
Movies Like Beating Hearts 2010
Movies Like Noel Gallagher: Sitting Here In Silence 2006
Movies Like Across the Hall 2005
Movies Like Déjà Vu 2010
Movies Like Dancing in the Ashes 2011
Movies Like Is This a Joke? 2011
Movies Like Inside the Box 2013
Movies Like WCW Souled Out 1998 1998
Movies Like Na Ulitsa Nula 2010
Movies Like Solum 2010
I first came across "Hell House" about a year ago on Sundance Channel's "Doc Day," and having everytime been interested in movies involving Christianity ("Saved!" and "Dogma" are my two favorites) I decided to sit down and maybe have a laugh or two at the down-south fundamentalism. What I saw wasn't much of a laugh: "Hell House" depicts young Christians in what has been named an "evangelical haunted house," in which they portray different scenes of folks committing "sins," then being dragged off to hell by a demon in a cheap Halloween mask. In short, it's not a great movie for your Sunday afternoon.Director George Ratliff first heard about this particular hell house when it attracted media attention for doing a school shooting stage just a several months after the Columbine shootings (though the house had been doing this particular stage for quite some time, it raised controversy in 1999 for being so later after the Columbine massacre). He was allowed into the tight church community to create his 1999 documentary short "The Devil Made Me Do It," and went back a several years after to create this, the detail length-version, "Hell House." On the DVD features, Ratliff explains that the only method he would be allowed into the community to shoot the movie was if he promised to portray things exactly how they are, and not place his own spin on them or test to counter the message of the church.This is where the movie sometimes gets criticism, as we are seeing some very offensive behavior from those putting on Hell House, and the only folks there to dispute them are a bunch of drunken teenage Slipknot fans. To me, though, it shows how well the church has paralyzed the community with fear, as everyone goes along with this perverse project with smiles and clapping hands.And yes, the Hell House itself is cute disturbing- depicting scenes of botched abortions, a gay boy dying of AIDS then renouncing God and being dragged off to hell, a woman killing herself after being raped at a club (then once again, being dragged off to hell), even a boy burning for all of eternity because his uncle molested him as a child. To sum up, these folks are "crazy" with three K's.People seem to forget, however, that the movie was not made by these religious fans themselves, but by an outsider. Most of the negative reviews for this are slamming the topics matter alone and the hideous folks contained inside, which I think isn't fair. Yes, it's hard to not be disturbed by "Hell House," (if I had seen this when I was younger, I would be convinced that I was going to hell) but you need to receive past that and look at how Ratliff gets inside these people. I think I walked away from this film feeling much more informed on the horrors of deep-south Christianity. Rather than having a vague concept from different stand-up comedians, this film really gets to the nitty gritty of it all, which makes "Hell House" my all-time favourite documentary.So if you wish to be afraid this Halloween, forget "Friday the 13th" or "The Exorcist" hunt down a copy of "Hell House" and prepare to be terrified.
Hell House director George Ratliff doesn't have to test difficult to present the bizarre side of the Trinity Church in Cedar Hill, Texas and their annual Halloween sideshow. Rather than any reasoned attempt to invite converts to Christianity, this is old style 'fire and brimstone' scare strategies straight out of the Old Testament and reminded me of a modern day Chick tract. The subject are somewhat predictable, ranging from abortion, homosexuality and suicide right through to the alleged evils of Harry Potter and role testing games. The horror present is finished with high pressure sales strategies at the end to convert and agree Jesus. Disturbingly, the emotional intensity of the present is quite effective, especially on the younger teenagers in the audience who appear somewhat shell shocked as they are given a last possibility to repent. Pastor Jim Hennesy opens the documentary and is probably the most disturbing hero shown, with his authoritarian nature and expressionless stare. His church group is clearly a cult, finished with hysterical followers weeping, swaying in trances and speaking in tongues. Each single hero that comes onto the screen has a downbeat story, from the single father struggling with four kids to assorted rape victims and even an amateur wrestler. In parts, the documentary becomes unintentionally hilarious, with a six sided 'pentagram' (actually the Jewish Star of David), a DJ who can't remember the name of the date rape drug he is supposed to be warning folks about and a Christian teenager showing an inexplicable fascination in testing an imagined 'victim' of the morning after pill. Overall Hell House is more an illuminating insight into the bizarre beliefs of this Pentecostal church than any cutting edge social commentary, but somehow it works. Ratliff's direction is neutral, and he merely observes the goings on rather than actively staking out a position. With a cast of characters this odd, nothing else is needed. The only signs of independent thought in the movie was a tiny group of irate teens who gave one of the pastors their direct opinion on the Hell House. A interesting footnote only mentioned briefly in the documentary. With 12,000 visitors at $7 a head, plus a concession stand, and all with volunteer labor. I guess what the Trinity Church doesn't create in converted souls, they reap in cash. 7/10
Hell House is an interesting documentary looking at a church's annual performance that demonstrates to folks how simple it is to be flung into the screaming maw of Hell. The filmmakers are attentive not to be too judgemental of this bizarre phenomena but in doing so miss the possibility to look at the moral complexity that the storyline really offers.The church's Hell House appears to condemn folks who are victims of others - in one section a girl, who we explore was abused by her father, has drugs plied upon her, is raped and then in despair commits suicide - for which she is condemned to Hell. Other vignette details a young man, abused as a kid by his uncle (is there a theme here?), dying from AIDS - naturally he gets dispatched to Hell too. The church don't now bother condemning the abusers as much as they do their victims. Presumably the abusers repent and the pearly gates launch wide for them whilst their victims languish in a hell of red lights, dry ice and perspex ceilings.The movie is fascinating and yet leaves the feeling that it should have been so much more. It also opens for debate the real morality and humanity of the folks who organise this ghoulish performance.
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm