In Hell

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In Hell
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Ringo Lam
Release Date 2003
Studio 777 Films Corporation
Millennium Films
Distributor Columbia TriStar Home Video
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kyle LeBlanc Jean-Claude Van Damme
451 Lawrence Taylor
General Hruschov Lloyd Battista
Tolik Carlos Gómez



In Hell is a 2003 action crime drama Direct-to-video film directed by Ringo Lam and stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as Kyle LeBlanc, an American working in Russia who takes revenge on a criminal named Kolvic who killed his wife, and subsequently finds himself in a Russian prison. The film marks the third collaboration between Lam and Van Damme, who had previously worked together on 1996's Maximum Risk and 2001's Replicant.


The following weapons were used in the film In Hell:

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Baikal IJ-70

Tolik (Carlos Gomez) carries a Baikal IJ-70 pistol, a commercial version of the Makarov PM. He pulls the pistol from an ankle holster. This pistol also is seen in the hands of Kyle LeBlanc (Jean-Claude Van Damme).

Baikal IJ-70 - 9x18mm Makarov.
This pistol is seen in the hands of Kyle LeBlanc (Jean-Claude Van Damme).
Tolik (Carlos Gomez) is threatened with the pistol.

AK-47

Prison guards can be seen with AK rifles. It is historically incorrect, as AK-47 rifles in were phrased out of the Russian army since 1959.

Type II AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Guard with the AK rifle.
The rifle on the right.

Ruger GP100

During a flashback, Kyle (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is seen using a revolver that resembles a Ruger GP100.

Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum
During a flashback, Kyle (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is seen using a revolver that resembles a Ruger GP100.
The revolver is fired.

TM-62 anti-tank mine

Prisoners working on railroard construction accidentally discover a TM-62 anti-tank mine. The situation is unlikely in reality, as the setting of the film, Magnitogorsk, saw no battles since the second half of 20th century.

TM-62M anti-tank mine
The mine is partly seen.


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