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Film Review - Home Sweet Hell


In a continuing effort to shake up her career, Katherine Heigl storms into “Home Sweet Hell” with the proper attitude, adding a touch of spunk and dead-eyed menace to a picture that needs all the help it can find. A pitch-black comedy about the price of infidelity and the physical exertion of murder, “Home Sweet Hell” has the right idea, but no secure grasp on madness. However, before it eventually loses its nerve, there’s a certain snap to the material that promises horror and a few chuckles along the blood-soaked journey, while stars Heigl and Patrick Wilson do their best to salvage a sinking ship, putting in fine performances that embrace ghoulishness director Anthony Burns eventually turns away from. Read the rest at


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