Six Tickets to Hell (1981)

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22 February 2012 | jsbarlow
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Six people survive the crash of an airplane and find themselves in a mysterious Central American mansion and ghost town, where they encounter ghosts from their past. They are then judged for their sins by a demonic figure while the jury chants their (predictable) verdict.

Very much of its time; macho men wear their shirts open to their waist while the elaborately hair-sprayed women wear polyester pantsuits in what must be sweltering heat. Off to a bad start when what is obviously a toy airplane crashes in the jungle and then bursts into flame, but the rest of the film is competently done if predictable. It appears to be a joint Argentinean-Amercan effort, with actors speaking either English or Spanish and dubbed afterwards. Some great locations in what must be Argentina, including an abandoned train station and mostly empty town.

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Drama | Horror


Release Date:

10 September 1981


English, Spanish

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina

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