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November 28, 2011

To Hell and Back Again: That's a Wrap!

Filmmaker finishes shooting 'Hellbound,' a documentary on Hades, coming next fall


Writer/producer/director Kevin Miller recently announced that he's finished principal photography for his upcoming documentary Hellbound, coming to theaters in the fall of 2012.

The film, to examine the contentious debate over the concept of hell, was shot in over two dozen cities across the U.S., Canada and Denmark, starting with Copenhell, a death metal festival held annually in Copenhagen. The film features a wide variety of interview subjects, including authors, academics, pastors, social commentators, filmmakers and musicians.

“I couldn’t be happier with how production has turned out," says Miller, who also wrote the script for 2008's Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. "My team and I have had a fantastic time as we've traveled across North America and beyond seeking to get to the bottom of this debate. It's been a life-changing experience for all of us, and I can't wait to share what we've discovered.”


The Biblical argument for hell is not so straight-forward as the fundamentalists purport. But the agnostic should also not get too darn comfortable.
Consider the only detailed description that Jesus of Nazareth gives about hell (actually Hades). Check out: