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Six Degrees of Hell PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lori Bowland   
Thursday, 25 August 2011 15:11

Six Degrees of Hell

A film Directed and Produced by Joe Raffa

Produced by B. Harrison Smith

Written by  B. Harrison Smith




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A haunted hotel changed into a tourist attraction,

provides a bizarre hellish encounter and a terrifying formula

for a band of friends and a small town.

Hell is Six Degrees Away


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Six Degrees of Hell" brings together a creepy hotel,
a paranormal theme
and a cast of highly experienced actors.
It features the talents of
Corey Feldman( Lost Boys Series, Goonies and Stand By Me),
Jill Whelan( The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, The Young & the Restless)
Brian Anthony Wilson( The Postman,
Law Abiding Citizen and Limitless).
Featured in this film are the additional expertise of
Nicole Cinaglia,
David J. Bonner,
Ashley Sumner,
Faust Checho,
Brian Gallagher,
Susan Moses,
Tom McCarthy and director Joe Raffa.

Charlie Anderson lends his wide ranging
experience as cinematographer.
Mr. Anderson is also a director of many short films
and was director of photography in
a documentary about the Amityville horror.
Joining the crew as writer is Harrison Smith
who also worked along side of director Joe Raffa
in another film, "You'll Know My Name".

This motion picture was filmed at the Saylorsburg Lake House which
was generously offered by Dan and Marlo Ambrosio
and lists itself as the "Hotel of Horrors". and uses the actual 
staff of the hotel to lend their eerie realism to the film.
The hotel acts as a cast member that stands in for a facility
that horriific experiments
were conducted in the 1920's and is transformed
into a haunted hotel tourist attraction.




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Uncle Jack’s Halloween attraction has 100 rooms of Hell

and there’s always a vacancy.

Ready to open to the public as one of the premier

haunted houses in Pennsylvania,

college freshmen Chris Allen and Kellen Hudson help owner,

Jack Sampson unwittingly open the door to evil as they bring in items

from renowned psychic,

Mary Wilkins’s collection of haunted objects from police cases as props

for their top of the line tourist attraction.

 

Local TV ghost hunter and young protégée of Mary Wilkins, Erik Sanborn confront an evil that has

haunted him all his life--one he believes


is responsible for his sister’s death years ago.

His confrontation puts him in the path of Chris, Kellen and a girl named June—who seems to be


The true center of this supernatural perfect storm.

They all find themselves connected to the old building while the threads

 

of their own personal horrors draw them together in tour of pure


evil and a maelstrom of evil that literally unleashes Hell on earth…

Nicole Cinaglia

 

 



Corey Feldman

 


Corey Feldman and Brian Anthony Wilson

 

Starring:

Corey Feldman  as Kyle Brenner


Nicole Cinaglia  as June Galloway


David J. Bonner as Chris Allen


Joe Raffa      as    Kellen Hudson


Ashley Sumner  as Kelley Powell


Faust Checho as- Chief John Hansen


Brian Gallagher  as Uncle Jack


Brian Anthony Wilson as Deputy Len Hendricks


Susan Moses as Mary Wilkins

Tom McCarthy- Dr Tramon Mackel


and

Jill Whelan - Jill Hudson



 

The Crew:

Director: Joe Raffa

 

 

Director of Photography: Charlie Anderson

 

 



 

Producer and writer: B. Harrison Smith:

 

 

 

 

Hotel Image is courtesy: Contaminated Lens Photography © 2010 Andrew Snyder

Other images and synopsis provided courtesy of B. Harrison Smith.




Six Degrees of Hell Website

Six Degrees of Hell at IMDB

 

This motion picture is scheduled for release in 2012.

 

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