4 guys kidnap random people from the street, take them to a remote forest and give them 3 choices: run away, kill us or die. The film follows the fate of one of their victims. That's the plot, if one can really call it such. The film is basically a 45 minute short shot on video by a group of friends in a wood. The budget was basically "bring your own blood packs guys", and it can't have taken more than a day or two to film. If you thought VERSUS was low budget, DOWN TO HELL will recalibrate your scale. It seems hardly fair to criticise a film made in the conditions of DOWN TO HELL for any of the above things though - taken as a bunch of friends spending a couple of days in a wood with a video camera, it's quite a fun experience. Nothing like the adrenalin fix of VERSUS though, and make absolutely no mistake - if it weren't for the success of VERSUS there's no way anybody would be watching DOWN TO HELL now.
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Down to Hell Trailer (1997) Original Japanese Trailer
Director: Ryûhei Kitamura Stars: Masami Miyata Kohji Gotoh and Yoshihiro Okamoto Ryuhei Kitamura's directorial debut and precursor to Versus. A man is abducted and brought out to the
Down to Hell (1997) Trailer - Ryuhei Kitamura
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Versus aka Down to Hell 2 Trailer (2000) Original Japanese Trailer
Director: Ryûhei Kitamura Stars: Tak Sakaguchi Hideo Sakaki and Chieko Misaka There are 666 portals that connect this world to the other side. These are concealed from all human
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