Hatred Of A Minute (2002)
Horror Movies & Sci-Fi Movies Database
A tragic love story/psychlogical thriller, Hatred of a Minute, is the story of a medical transcriptionist that becomes a serial killer because of his physically and mentally abusive past. His mind spirals out of control as a war between good and evil; right and wrong unfold in front of his eyes in the form of personal angels and demons.
Don't Let Your Past Ruin Your Future
Title: Hatred Of A Minute
Release Date: February 25, 2002
Runtime: 83 mins
All Genres: Crime, Horror, Romance, Thriller
IMDB Rating: 5.0
Buried.com Rating: 6 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With H
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Gunnar Hansen ...Barry (Alcoholic Stepfather)
Michael Kallio ...Eric Seaver
Tracee Newberry ...Jamie
Tim Lovelace ...Detective Glenn Usher
Lisa Jesswein ...Sarah Usher
Michael Robert Brandon ...The Demon (Jack)
Jeffery Steiger ...The Angel (Michael)
June Munger ...Linda (Eric's Mother)
Matthew Fennelly ...young Eric
Colleen Nash ...Terry
Michelle Kuhl ...Cookie
Rebecka Read ...Amy
John F. Gray ...Derek
John Reneaud ...Cop
Steve Dixon ...Cop
Michael Jarema ...Cop
Peter Perkinson ...Autopsy Doctor / Bored Party Guest
Paul Domick ...Crabby Bartender
Zehra Berkman ...Crab Crawling Victim
Kurt Rauf ...Shameless Shemp
Jamey Bath ...Party Guest
Karen Beaton ...Cop
Ellen Bishop ...Funeral Goer
Andy Borowski ...Eddie (Derek's side-kick)
Matt Cantu ...Bouncer #1
Lisa Cole ...Fake Shemp
Crash & Burn ...Fire-Breathing Stage Show Freaks in Club
Brian Crisan ...Cop
'Big' Joe Dabliz ...Funeral Goer
Eileen Dabliz ...Funeral Goer
» [more cast members]
Katherine F. Kallio
William P. O'Reilly
Edgar Allan Poe
"Nothing to Say"
More Movie Taglines:
- Don't Let Your Past Ruin Your Future
- This movie was originally only going to be a Super-8 short for small Super-8 film festivals around the world.
The film was originally intended to use various media (à la Natural Born Killers (1994)) as different realities within the movie; Super-8 Color and B&W, 16mm color and B&W, Hi-8 (this was pre-digital pro-sumer video), etc. This idea was scrapped, the idea being that if the filmmakers had to do a film cut, all of the footage wouldn't be on one medium and would be too costly to transfer. The same multi-media idea was used for a short film by Michael Kallio, Broken Wing: A Fable (2003).
Cameo: [Bruce Campbell] appears twice near the end while Jamie watches T.V., a bad Detroit produced soap opera called "Generations". In the first, he orders a gin and tonic, in the second, he argues with a woman (his real life ex-wife).
Luis Resto provided a song for the party scene in the beginning of the film.
The movie was actually shot in the late summer and early fall of 1995, it took 8 years to complete.
» User Comments at imdb.com
» More information at imdb.com
Demon, Hatred, Poem, Hallucination, Abusive Stepfather ...[more]
Rating: 6.0 out of 10.0 - 50 votes cast total