Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, the creators of the hit sketch comedy show "Reno 911!," make their feature filmmaking debut with "Hell Baby," a demented horror spoof that features a haunted house, an exorcism and one nasty demon child.
What It's About: "An expectant couple moves into a demonic house in the Garden District, and calls on the Vatican's exorcism team to save them."
Our Biggest Challenge: "The biggest challenge bringing it to screen was the schedule. The entire film was shot in 20 days, which is pretty fast."
Our Chief Hope at Sundance: "Hopefully the Sundance audience will laugh. A lot."
Our Inspirations: "Rosemary's Baby," "The Orphanage" and "The Changeling" 1980.
What We Have Up Next: "Next for us is the film version of 'Baywatch,' for Paramount Pictures, and a companion piece to 'Hell Baby' called 'Backwater,' which will be done in the same style as 'Hell Baby,' with much of the same cast."
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