Documentary • 2016 • 1 hr 40 min
Interesting insight into the nature of cults, especially those that are not overtly violent or abusive to children and women.
An interesting insight into the power of social influence in a group dynamic. Definitely a fascinating watch.
Kinda slow at the begining but picked up towards the end
A look into the dangers and harms of religion and belief without evidence.
The films shows how people found themselves being part of a cult, told from the perspective of those who got out. Honest & informative.
The production was waaaaay over-the-top IMO, but it contained good info about a cult I hadn't heard of.
Holy Hell is a mildly creepy insight to the minds of cult followers. The first quarter shows the idyllic, and moves inexorably to the bad.
Interesting documentary, worth the watch
Very good cult movie
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