HELLBOX aka ALL THAT IS HIDDEN (2021) Review and overview

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‘Don’t say we didn’t warn you’

Hellbox is a 2021 American horror anthology film and a retitling of the 2008 movie All That Is Hidden by SRS Cinema. The latter appears to have been a number of shorts edited together.

Directed by Sheldon Inkol, David Scott and Robin Sen from a screenplay co-written by Inkol and Scott. The Sadistic Idiots production stars Erez Bowers, Russell Cate, Danielle Chau, Gregory Cooke and Terry Cooke.


A paranoid supernatural thriller about a shadowy conspiracy against humanity that stretches across the centuries. It’s told through interweaving storylines in which assorted people see their lives horribly changed when they come into possession of an ancient, mysterious box…


The story told through interweaving storylines in which assorted people (knights from a holy brotherhood, a group of college girls, a suicidal psychiatrist, and a haunted couple with their own dark secrets) see their lives horribly changed when they come into possession of an ancient, mysterious box… Some say it holds a piece of Hell.



“If you’re a fan of the kind of SOV horror that flourished during the VHS era then Hellbox should bring you back to Friday nights at the video store as it did me. Others may find its length, vague plotting and variable quality effects a challenge, but I think you may find it worth the risk.” Voices from the Balcony


Cast and characters:

Erez Bowers … James
Russell Cate … Roger Keith
Danielle Chau … Barrett (as Danielle Miles)
Gregory Cooke … Ballard
Terry Cooke … Woman in Basement
Patrick Gorny … Matthew
Jackson Hay-Inkol … Kid In The Hall
Sheldon Inkol … Lewis (as Leo Nichols)
Lindsay Leighton … Rachel
Andrew MacInnis … Jack The Ripper
Rachel MacMillan … Catherine Darrow
Erin Moore … Eve
Christopher Mott … Thomas / Delivery Man
Drew Mutton … Dark Stranger
Bret Ootes … Simon / Wild Man in the Woods


All That Is Hidden was originally released on 30th September 2011 in Toronto, Canada.


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