Hell Baby

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"The Devil got a baby mama."
  • R
  • 2013
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 4.9  (9,984)
  • 41

Hell Baby is a 2013 horror-comedy movie directed by Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon. The movie follows the story of Jack and Vanessa, a couple who move into a haunted house in New Orleans, which is known to have a dark and sinister past. Jack and Vanessa are expecting a baby, and the house appears to be the perfect place to start their family. However, soon after they move in, strange things start happening in the house, and they soon realize that something is not quite right with their new home.

The movie starts with the introduction of Jack and Vanessa, who are excited about their new house in New Orleans. They are hopeful about starting their family in this new, old house, which they hope to restore. However, as they begin to unpack their boxes, strange things start happening. There are ghostly apparitions, inexplicable noises, and doors and windows that open and close on their own.

Their neighbor, F'Resnel, is a creepy man who warns them about the history of the house and its previous occupants, all of whom were involved in some kind of supernatural activity. Jack and Vanessa ignore his warnings, but their situation doesn't improve.

The couple decides to call for help and hire two bumbling Vatican exorcists, Father Sebastian and Father Padrigo, to help them solve their "ghost" problem. Father Sebastian and Father Padrigo are hilarious characters, who often get sidetracked from their mission and have a difficult time adapting to the modern world. They are the perfect blend of humor and horror, and their interactions with Jack and Vanessa provide for some of the funniest moments in the movie.

As the story progresses, Jack and Vanessa discover that they are going to have a baby, and things start to spiral out of control. The baby appears to be a beacon for supernatural activity, and the house is quickly overrun by demons, ghosts, and monsters. The exorcists are powerless against the forces of evil, and everything appears to be falling apart.

What follows is a wild and wacky ride, filled with absurd and outrageous situations. The film's humor is irreverent and wicked, with plenty of gross-out gags and over-the-top antics. The scares are genuinely creepy, and the horror elements of the movie are expertly executed.

Rob Corddry and Leslie Bibb deliver excellent performances as Jack and Vanessa, bringing a perfect balance of humor and horror to the movie. Corddry's deadpan delivery and dry wit, combined with Bibb's strong and determined character, make for a great on-screen couple. The supporting cast, including Keegan-Michael Key, Riki Lindhome, and Paul Scheer, also deliver strong performances, adding to the film's overall comedic tone.

In addition, the visuals and special effects in Hell Baby are impressive. The movie makes great use of the New Orleans setting, with its eerie back alleys and abandoned houses. The practical effects and puppetry used for some of the creatures in the movie are particularly impressive, adding to the overall charm and fun of the film.

In conclusion, Hell Baby is a unique and enjoyable horror-comedy movie that will appeal to fans of both genres. With its sharp script, strong performances, and effective scares, the movie is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh and a good scare.

Hell Baby is a 2013 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.9 and a MetaScore of 41.

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    4.9  (9,984)
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