Highway to Hell (1991) - Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy

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An eloping bride is taken into Hell, and her fiancé must pursue.

Director: Ate de Jong
Stars: Patrick Bergin, Adam Storke
Length: 94 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 0 out of 49 found boring (0%)

One-line Reviews (16)

The show is exciting enough without it.

The final makes it again worth watching with the stop/motion dogs and the creatures walking around.

The sum of all these positive parts, is a very enjoyable film.

I caught this movie a long time ago, late at night, and I really enjoyed it.

Quite enjoyable .

This afterlife hell, low-budget horror-comedy-teen-adventure has its share of discontinuity gaps (Kristy Swanson's character attempting to choke the bad cop and then not) and logical, script flaws (not looking back shots) yet for all of that there is a dumb flow of a storyline, true love, temptation, and Patrick Bergin's performance, and Pamela Gidley's role that make this movie entertaining and mildly haunting.

However all those elements come together for a very entertaining and interesting far fetched story line.

As the story went on the plot got more and more ridiculous and entertaining.

THEIR acting is what makes this movie enjoyable, along with some pretty amazing special effects and some outrageously funny bits from some guest comedic actors.

Patrick Bergin, a really fine actor, is worth watching.

I have discovered many enjoyable unknown gems this way.

It's not the best movie you will ever see, but it's entertaining and that's what counts with this kind of film.

The movie is really bad, but it's cheesy and exciting, the interior scenes, cheaply shot effectively adding to it's B appeal.

I saw this enjoyable movie several years ago and it always sticks in my mind as a fun little flick.

The lovely and appealing Swanson and the likable, earnest Lowe are good as the couple at the centre of the tale, while Bergin definitely elevates the proceedings with his charismatic performance as a dapper, engaging version of Satan.

Yeah, it's corny but it's very entertaining and very well done.