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Heavy on atmosphere but light on smarts, HELLGATE suffers from its two main actors mostly `phoning it in.'
Even when they attack Elwes, he just knocks them off with his bare hands, so it is impossible to be afraid of them.
William Hurt as a spiritual advisor, however, gives it his all and dominates the final third of the movie.
I bought this used, thank goodness, at the local video store, forced myself to finish it (hoping for it to get better, but it never did), and actually just threw it in the trash... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Doctor Dean
Cary Elwes is the only reason I gave any stars at all. Luckily for this director that Cary Elwes was willing to do this thing. Luckily for me that he's as good looking as he is.Published 20 months ago by Z. Oliver
Cary ewles, & John Hurt, either really needed work, or we're doing a friend a favor. Story line was week, so we're the effects. Read morePublished 20 months ago by C. Aulford
HELLGATE is kind of a reversal on TV's GHOST WHISPERER. Instead of the dead needing closure, it's the living with the unfinished business. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Michael Butts