Miller, who lives in British Columbia with his wife and four children, said he knows some will see "Hellbound?" as his feeble attempt to escape the unpleasant idea that some people are going to suffer forever.
"Poor Kevin, he had to make a whole movie to deal with the fact that he was traumatized as a kid," Miller imagines them thinking.
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