Dec 272013
 

These are only here to give an idea of the movie’s video quality and may not be truly representative of it.

  2 Responses to “Review: Hell Baby BD + Screen Caps”

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  1. Hi there,
    since you reviewed the ‘unrated’ version – what is the difference to the r-rated one?
    Do those 7 minutes on top contain more gore or more comedic, almost funny stuff?
    I have got the same question on the deleted scenes.
    I’m asking because I’d like to know if the unrated disc would be worth an mport to my country.

    And I agree the movie could have been better, when I saw the synchronized r-rated on German
    pay-tv recently. But the ending is a gory blast. Unlike in the old “The omen”-movie where assassins
    are shot by ignorants when they tried to avoid birth of the devil’s son (=end of the world), this
    evil spawn gets what it deserves. This is what I as a horror fan used to miss there and in similar
    movies – and Hell Baby delivers. On the other hand, the effect of gags with neighbor Fresnel tends to wear off quickly and to watch some cops and priests eating much twice for minutes was boring – their time spent in the strip club should have been longer instead – a missed occasion for more raunchy gags with priests.

  2. It has been so long since I saw Hell Baby, though I do remember it somewhat, which is amazing since I reviewed it 6 years ago! However, looking it up, I think the Blu-ray release only had the unrated version, so no idea the differences, but if it is 7-minutes longer, probably not negligible. And unfortunately my go-to site for changes in different versions, movie-censorship.com, didn’t profile this one.

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