All Hell Breaks Loose (2014)
Summary: A story of love, leather... and brutal violence! When the Satan's Sinners, a vicious biker gang literally spawned from hell, attack a bride and groom on their wedding day, they get a fight they never imagined. Now, armed with some divine intervention and firepower, the murdered groom is out to save his wife any way he can before she is sacrificed to Satan... even if it means dying over and over again until the job is done. With the help of a shit-kicking sheriff, a perverted priest, and a cowboy who might just be God, all hell breaks loose in this insane, bloody homage to vintage 70's and 80's action and horror.
I've never really heard of a movie being described as a Bikersploitation movie before but if this is what they are like, I need to see more of them. I was shocked at how much I actually enjoyed watching this movie. This overall plot has a very “The Crow” feel to it in the sense that a man is murdered and is brought back to life. There are a few differences. In this case, the victim is a nerd who has seemingly been beat up and picked on his whole life and has no self defense skills at all. This leads to one comically failed attempt at revenge after another. The other big difference is that, unlike Eric Draven, the husband can be killed and has to be brought back every time he dies. He doesn't heal so whatever caused his death sticks with him; he spends majority of the movie with duct tape around his waist to hold his intestines in.
Now I don't want to make it out like this is the perfect movie. It does have it's downsides. While the script is great in the sense of the story itself, the dialogue has a lot to be desired. The acting also had it's highs and lows but that was expected going into it.
Everything about this movie; from the acting to the story to some of the cheesy effects even to the film itself screams indie movie. But with all compliments to those involved inputting it together, they found a way to do it there way and make it work. All Hell Breaks Loose was entertaining from beginning to end to keep me watching. This is definitely a movie I will be keeping and more than likely watching again in the near future.
reviewed by Bobby