Going to hell is never fun.
C. Christopher Blackshere | hampered by what's acceptable | 04/21/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"IGNORE ALL THESE BAD REVIEWS!!!! Independent, low budget horror films don't get much better. Here's some positive notes(from cover):
-Winner NY Independent International Film Festival
-Winner Fantastic Festival of Films UK
-Winner Detroit International Horror Film Festival
-Winner Barebones International Film Festival
-"Creepy" by Fangoria magazine
-"Disturbing" by United Press International
-"A terrifying film, riveting" by Douglas Preston(The Relic)
-"a true house of horrors" by monstersatplay.com
Now, the acting and dialogue are pretty atrocious. Also there is some bad voice dubbing that can get annoying. But man, the good stuff far outweighs these problems.
This story is horrifying, not to mention creative and original. Basically it focuses on an unabashed evil--upon our deaths, we have 13 seconds to live out our last nightmares before the devil comes to claim our soul. Freaky.
The atmosphere is ultimately dark and foreboding. The omnipresent spectre of death is looming in such a menacing way. There is a constant high level of suspense generated with the utterly heinous acts of torture. And the special effects are incredibly realistic and bloody. I was very impressed.
I was anxious for an evil flick (waiting to get Inside) and this surpassed my expectations by far. Thought I'd try to get the word out there, this is available here at Amazon at a great price. You have 13 seconds to order this before eternal damnation."