Exit To Hell (2013) Movie Review
Released : Nov. 5th, 2013
Reviewed : Jan. 17th, 2013
Genre : Horror
Story (from IMDB): A local gang rob a mafia run strip club, shooting up the place and killing anyone in sight. They head south for the border, but when they enter the town of Redstone and begin terrorizing the locals, they find that crime is a dish best served cold!
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It’s sad that Kane Hodder will do any film that will pay him because in a film like this he comes out as the only positive.
The story jumps around into several parts before overlapping into one general story, you follow gang members who after entering a small town and robbing the place have to deal with the sheriff. Then you have a group of friends who get trapped into town and the one girl gets kidnapped. You then soon find out that Kane Hodder is killing and cooking the people to eat and feed to his fat wife and kid. Honestly the story makes little sense and if you intend on trying to actually follow it then something might be wrong with you.
What they try to add to the film for a added bonus is that it is shot to look like a old grind house film with cut moments, blended colors, blurred and deterring film looks and the such. Throw a lot of blood into that and you should have a good film, but it doesn’t work in Exit To Hell at all. It hurts it even more. Sure the blood and gore moments may be cool but after viewing the film I could only remember one moment from it. They present nothing new to us.
Acting wise you get what you expect and you should be expecting horrible acting. Kane Hodder as expected is the shining star of this acting like he usually does. Nobody else is worth mentioning because they are that forgettable. Expect a lot of people either over acting or just acting horribly.
Overall if you want a film with Kane Hodder there are better ones, if you want a horror movie there are better ones, and really if you want anything there is something better to watch. Kane Hodder is the saving grace of this film and because of that he saves it from the worst possible score.