The Hatred

Four girls go for a weekend in a new vacation home of a College Professor — not knowing that they are destined to face the dark past of the house and its inhabitants.

  • Michael G. Kehoe

Release Date: 2017-11-29
IMDb icon 3.6/10
  • Country: US
  • Language: English
  • Runtime: 1h:30m
  • Budget: $800,000
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Pru Temple
23 September 2017 | 11:50

Although the horrors of the Second World War remained in the distant past, they still have not been erased with the pages of history. The bloody ethnic conflict that has ever happened on our planet, took in the graves of millions of innocent lives, put on the extinction of entire Nations and showed that the worse person on Earth, there is no animal. The years following the final surrender of Germany and Japan, a few dulled the pain that plagues civilized society, and therefore, along with the memoirs of veterans of the war was followed by numerous scientific and a truly fantastic essays describing the maniacal desire of the henchmen of the Fuhrer to take possession of some occult items, giving their holders an incredible power. In fairness it should be noted that the leaders of Nazi Germany in really interested in the supernatural, and the head of the SS Heinrich Himmler was considered as the main mystic Reich, occasionally going in his research of supernatural prohibitively far nerviruya even of Adolf Hitler. In the time, the Nazis sent expeditions in Tibet, Antarctica, Egypt and Turkey, trying to find places of ancient power, hidden under the avalanches of stones, sand and snow. And although the end of the Second World is known to all, the idea that people Hitler was on the hunt for ancient mystical artifacts was just too tempting to it was just to part.

In popular culture, built after the war, the Germans in the first place revived to its former glory by experiments with dead rising from the graves. Nazi zombies is firmly occupied by literature, gaming and film, being the public in "Hell bunker", "blood Creek", "Operations ""Dead snow" and many other paintings, without problems to find an appreciative audience. However, it is recognized that the abundance of the material leads to satiety, from what wide release all rarely began to appear the horror of the motifs of bygone events. All often the Directors of the occult stories based on the fertile mystical heritage of the Third Reich, become obscure artisans, who do not had enough in themed game and haven't read all the relevant literature. One of such restless fans of the other Germany was Michael Kehoe, invisible actor of the third plan, periodically taking over the Director. In the majority of the audience doesn't had the honor to see previous productions Kehoe, but when he took the Nazis, the information surge to his person was formed like himself by itself. And let "Hatred" is not was awarded the special attention of the critics, Yes, until wide rolled it and not got the tape is mild interest not least because of the mysticism that no matter what makes the public interest.

The plot of "Hatred" is based on the historical complication that is associated with numerous collaborators of Hitler, who managed to avoid the Tribunal and escaped fallen in Germany over the ocean. It is known that former Nazis have visited many countries in South America, hiding in Asia was not averse to take other names and changing your appearance in order to hide in the Outback of the United States. One of the war criminals as a time and chose a quiet, peaceful life of a farmer somewhere in the vast areas of provincial America, but to sever ties with long-time comrades-in the weapon he failed. Or not want. After spending many decades in the agreement with local residents who do not I suspect, fugitive Nazi is preparing to fulfill his true destiny with a very unusual and from being a frightening character. Having the necessary time to in order to repay the hatred of the enemies of the Reich and to live an ordinary life, help a farmer takes in his hands an artifact that was once considered the greatest value of the elite of Nazi Germany. Small on the kind of thing that is able to feed on the fears and nightmares of people, transmitted from one supplier to another and she really want to get another dose of disturbing emotions that not long to wait. But like didn't want the audience to continue the theme of research of the occult, directed by Michael Kehoe breaks all of hope, turning his production in typical of the farce screaming, shouting, stupidity and spatial conversations.

Impressive entry, revealing many intriguing nuances of the German mystics, promised not less entertaining continuation of the story. But instead show us fear flavor, originating from the past events, Michael Kehoe concentrates all our focus on the company of girls, students in led Regan (Sarah Davenport), who are tired of studying and monotonous gray days. Looking for opportunities to relax away from the city, the girls accept the invitation of their teacher kindly allowed them to rest in his country house. After collecting all the required good mood specifically, Regan and her friend are configured to fun, but their plans did not included a clash with the artifact, which was left nearby, so he has fulfilled its rightful purpose. Crawl like hell from the woodwork, the monsters are your deepest phobias that torment the vulnerable souls of girls and the longer they are in home, the stronger becomes the power of the artifact, which turns out to be far more dangerous than you could imagine.

Lack of experience Michael Kehoe in directing writing scripts affected not the best way to the artistic qualities of "Hatred". At certain circumstances. the first third of the duration it would be possible to put quite a fascinating short film that is built solely around Nazi occultism, however whether lack of financing, is the inability Kehoe to keep the voltage around a given topic leads to that "Hate" very quickly turns into a typical horror, which is not claim any what but how to take our attention to the extra half hour of time. The sad thing is that an interesting idea that attracts attention, leads to a meaningless legwork for the house, where they appear periodically about ghosts about without it forwards to temporary guests. The viewer absolutely no things to someone like the heroine, why some of them having fun, and others sad. With Regan and her friends it is impossible to find emotional contact, so they uninteresting as possible. In part kind of makes it a good technical execution of the painting, catching the couple of remarkable special effects and competent camera work.

In the end I want to say that "Hate" is great potential, crumbling right on our eyes. Michael Kehoe acted dishonestly when he lured us intriguing Nazi theme, on the matter of issuing a batch of mediocre youth horror. And still "Hatred" is in itself some strengths that justify himself her survival.

4 of 10

Cherilyn Seana
13 October 2017 | 08:01

How many there are horror movies about homes hell? Concretize a question: how bad of horror tells the story of the houses the paranormal? Likely that every second low-quality horror movie like or otherwise affects this topic. Here and "Hate," despite the brisk prologue and promising plot installation, quickly fizzles and becomes rails garbage of the genre.

"Hatred" starts out quite interesting. USA, 1968. Andrew Divoff far from their way of "Wishmaster", plays a Nazi and close associate of Adolf Hitler. War criminal escaped after the surrender of the Reich in USA, started a family and is guarded by some Nazi relic. A brief scene of despair, guilt and, finally, hatred generated by the artifact, lead to tragedy. Alas, after half an hour, the script throws these ideas. "Hatred" quickly transformirovalsya in some sort of primitive slasher, in which several attractive female students, as if yesterday involved in "Cry in the Dorm", visit this the shack of evil already these days. Glamorous fify, besides the obvious of women's interests, fond of the history of the Second World. The girls quickly find an old amulet, identificeret it as a relic of the "knights Templar", and then begins the outright hell.

For such nscontenttreeowner hard to say something about the scenario content of the film. The first third went pretty good. She creates a special context of its universe, around which revolves the second part. The however, a half-hour prologue about features relics and Nazi in the execution of Andrew Divoff, it could fit in 10-15 minutes, and remaining time to be spent on the disclosure of insipid females of the second act. Or opposite — put the squeeze on the story of a fugitive Nazi and a mysterious artifact to complete meter.

The script of "Hate", it also, full of plot holes. For example, the main character has a side story line, which talks about the she stopped in the care of a dying grandmother. As far as I can tell, the minimum value of this information is that Reagan is afraid of losing a loved one and thus it is fueling the devil's amulet. But not explain enough the Director chose to show a couple of scenes in which the poor old woman writhing on a bed in the hospice, and the doctor, suspiciously similar to suffering from alcoholism, Ryan Gosling, conducts a medical examination. And with regard to ethno-archaeologist, who bought a house Nazi, or the fate of the wife of a war criminal? It enough to my opinion, the story leads.

What is even more disappointing, is the ending. I wouldn't call it a logical ending or culmination as such. According to all creators do not understand how to finish the story, so they she was interrupted in almost not the most crucial moment.

What can you say about "Hate" in the result? It is a rather marginal film, if so to speak, but not a bad representative of horror films. At large the film is a cut pieces of clichés, stitched together with white thread. A plot potential "Hate" stuck in the same house, can only call, sorry for the pun hate to the very existence of this film.

3 of the 10

How long is The Hatred?
2h 10m
How much did it cost to make The Hatred?
According to various sources, the cost of producing the tv-show was at least $800,000.
Who is the director of the movie The Hatred?
This tv-show was directed by Michael G. Kehoe.
What is the genre of The Hatred?
The tv-show belongs to the genres of Thriller, Horror.
Who starred in The Hatred?
Many famous actors starred in this tv-show, here are the names of the most famous: Sarah Davenport, Andrew Divoff, Darby Walker, Nina Siemaszko, Shae Smolik.
What is The Hatred IMDB Ranking?
At the moment, the rating is 3.6.
When was The Hatred released?
The start date for this tv-show on USA TV is 2017-11-29.