Salesman Roy Knable spends all his free time watching television, to the exasperation of his wife, Helen. One day, TV salesman Spike convinces Roy to buy a satellite dish offering 666 channels. The new addition to Roy's home entertainment system sucks him and Helen into Hellvision, a realm run by Spike, who is an emissary of Satan. For 24 hours, the couple must survive devilish parodies of TV programs if they want to return to reality alive.
- Category:Fantasy, Comedy
- Stars:John Ritter, Pam Dawber, Jeffrey Jones, David Tom, Heather McComb, Bob Dishy, Joyce Gordon, Eugene Levy, Erik King, Don Calfa, John B. Destry, Susan Blommaert, Maurice Verkaar, Ken Douglas, Gerry Nairn,
- Director:Peter Hyams,
- Writer:Tom S. Parker (screenplay), Jim Jennewein (screenplay), Tom S. Parker (story), Jim Jennewein (story), Richard Siegel (story)
The movie tells the story of a yuppie couch potato buys a big screen and satellite dish, but doesn't know that the salesman is the Devil himself and that he has just sold both his own soul and that of his wife. For 24 hours, the couple must survive devilish parodies of TV programs if they want to return to reality alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: Adapted from a play and it showed. Sharon Gless was good in the role, but it was too slow and boring. They needed to show more variety in the flashbacks and delve deeper into the world back then.
(fr) wrote: Vean las entrevistas que trae el DVD, especialmente la de Carlos Mesa
(jp) wrote: this movie has a good story line
(es) wrote: This movie is funny with Eddie Murphy.this movie has good music
(br) wrote: i love this movie it's sooooo funny!!
(gb) wrote: I watched this one immediately following the first film, and though it's not as good, I still enjoyed this one. Sophia Loren was a welcome addition to the mix and Burgess Meredith was hilarious again. Worth a watch!
(us) wrote: All your ass need to know is that the motherfucker shoots the pilot in a fighter plane through the window of his own shitty plane with a pistol. That shit is mental. Hardcore mental. Do not fuck with Mcbain. I bought this movie for 97p at Tesco, talk about value for money. 5 stars just for the plane bit. There's also the delayed magical shotgun scene, if I could i'd add an extra star.
(kr) wrote: Crawford as an action star? Surely not! I saw Condorman in the cinema and loved it... the Bond inspired antics of an inept agent are pretty well trod ground but some fancy effects and fun scenes, not to mention one of the most fun cars in an action flick, make it pretty thrilling stuff.
(mx) wrote: Stanley Baker is an ex-con trying to go straight, but quickly learns that his trucking company boss is up to no good. It's a solid British thriller that touts a terrific supporting cast including Peggy Cummins and many soon to be famous actors, including Sean Connery (James Bond), Herbert Lom (The Pink Panther), Patrick McGoohan (Danger Man and The Prisoner), Jill Ireland (Mrs. Charles Bronson), David McCallum (The Man from U.N.C.L.E. ), William Hartnell (the first Doctor) and Sid James (the "Carry On" films).
(de) wrote: Had some great moments.