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Blu-ray Review - Highway to Hell


A famous proverb states: "The road to Hell is paved with good intentions." This ominous ambition also drives the production effort behind 1991's "Highway to Hell." A zany, special effects-intensive chase picture, the feature has a specialized sense of humor from screenwriter Brian Helgeland, who takes the potential of an extended underworld visit seriously, filling the story with all types of weird characters and demonic encounters. Director Ate de Jong (who also helmed the reprehensible "Drop Dead Fred") doesn't have the proper curveball necessary to bring the writing to life, but "Highway to Hell" manages to engage through sheer enthusiasm and enticing make-up work, providing the movie with some creature feature highlights as the helmer figures out how to sell a rather peculiar story. Read the rest at


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