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Five Nights in Robot Hell is an American adult traditional/computer animated found footage supernatural horror film series produced by Fuzzy Door Productions and Twisted Pictures and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

There is a total of 19 films: 7 main and 12 spin-offs.

For its erotic thriller spin-off series, click here.

DetailsEdit

Directed by

Main FilmsEdit

Ryan Coogler (1)

Denzel Washington (2)

James Foley (2)

Seth MacFarlane (3)

Kathryn Bigelow (4)

Anne Fletcher (5)

Brian Henson (6)

Julius Avery (7)

Spin-off FilmsEdit

Ridley Scott (1, 9)

Eli Roth (2)

Francis Lawrence (2)

Stephen Merchant (3)

Lars Klevberg (4)

Timur Bekmambetov (5)

David Leitch (6)

Sam Raimi (7)

Mark Waters (8)

Chris McKay (10)

Jon Lucas (11)

Scott Moore (11)

David Slade (12)

Produced by

Seth MacFarlane

Mark Burg

Oren Koules

Various

Written by

Main FilmsEdit

Ryan Coogler (1)

Alexandre Aja (2)

Stephen Susco (2)

Seth MacFarlane (3)

Alec Sulkin (3)

Wellesley Wild (3)

Mark Boal (4)

Nancy Meyers (5)

Todd Berger (6)

Julius Avery (7)

Spin-off FilmsEdit

George Clooney (1, 9)

Rhett Reese (2, 6, 10, 12)

Paul Wernick (2, 6, 10, 12)

Stephen Merchant (3)

Tyler Burton Smith (4)

Timur Bekmambetov (5)

Ryan Reynolds (6)

Sam Raimi (7)

Mark Waters (8)

Jon Lucas (11)

Scott Moore (11)

Starring

Various

Production companies

Main FilmsEdit

Fuzzy Door Productions

Twisted Pictures

New Line Cinema (2)

Village Roadshow Pictures (2)

21 Laps Entertainment (2, 4-5)

Blumhouse Productions (3-4)

Ghost House Pictures (3)

Weed Road Pictures (4, 6)

First Light Productions (4)

Original Film (5)

Black Bear Pictures (6)

Henson Alternative (6)

On the Day Productions (6)

Bron Creative (7)

Spin-off FilmsEdit

Fuzzy Door Productions

Twisted Pictures

Black Bear Pictures (1, 8-9)

Mandalay Pictures (1)

Weed Road Pictures (1)

Skydance Media (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12)

Joint Effort (2, 4, 6, 10)

Ghost House Pictures (3, 7)

Seven Bucks Productions (3)

Original Film (3)

Camp Sugar Productions (3-6, 8, 10-12)

Paper Kite Productions (4-6, 8, 10-12)

Lakeshore Entertainment (4, 10)

Blumhouse Productions (5, 7, 11)

Bazelevs Company (5, 7, 11)

New Line Cinema (6)

Hyde Park Entertainment (10)

Distributed by

Main FilmsEdit

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

20th Century Fox (1)

Warner Bros. Pictures (2, 4)

Universal Pictures (3)

Paramount Pictures (5)

Columbia Pictures (6)

Annapurna Pictures (7)

Spin-off FilmsEdit

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Paramount Pictures (1, 4-5)

Annapurna Pictures (2)

Warner Bros. Pictures (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12)

20th Century Fox (2)

WWE Studios (3)

Universal Pictures (3)

Columbia Pictures (5)

Tencent Pictures (6-7)

Toho (7)

TriStar Pictures (9)

OTL Releasing (11)

BH Tilt (11)

Release Dates

Main FilmsEdit

April 3, 2015 (Five Nights in Robot Hell)

July 17, 2015 (Five Nights in Robot Hell 2: New and Improved)

December 11, 2015 (Five Nights in Robot Hell 3: Phantom Ninjas)

July 8, 2016 (Five Nights in Robot Hell 4: Haunted Hotel)

August 18, 2017 (Five Nights in Robot Hell 5: City Tower of Terror)

August 24, 2018 (Five Nights in Robot Hell 6: Fancy Restaurant Simulator)

June 4, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell 7: Glamrock Glory)

Spin-off FilmsEdit

June 30, 2017 (FNIRH World)

March 2, 2018 (Five Nights in Washington D.C.)

February 22, 2019 (Villainous Custom Night)

June 21, 2019 (Five Nights in Robot Hell: Territory Terror)

September 25, 2020 (Five Nights in Robot Hell VR: Disturbing Secrets from the Past)

February 26, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell: Around the World in 80 Frights)

March 12, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell AR: The Shadow in the Woods)

April 9, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell: Trophy Hunting Bloodbath)

May 7, 2021 (Non-Braves on the Loose)

May 14, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell: Bright Lights and Jumpscares)

October 1, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell AAA: Escape Room of Teamwork)

December 10, 2021 (Five Nights in Robot Hell: Murder on the Handcart Express)

FilmsEdit

Main FilmsEdit

The first main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell, talks about the premium members of the Robot Hell on Earth team working the night shift at Malfunctioning Eddie's Rocket-Car Emporium while trying to survive against Calculon, the Preacherbot, the Blatherbot, Turanga Leela and Father Changstein El-Gamal, who become mobile and homicidal at night. The film released to theaters on April 3, 2015.

The second main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell 2: New and Improved talks about eleven members of the Robot Hell on Earth team working the night shift at the new and improved Family Brothers Pizza while trying to survive against robots who become mobile and homicidal at night. The film released to theaters on July 17, 2015.

The third main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell 3: Phantom Ninjas, talks about the robot members of the Robot Hell on Earth team working the night shift at the NNYPD Precinct while trying to survive against the Blatherbot, the Billionairebot, Calculon, the Hookerbot, the Preacherbot, Fender and Turanga Leela, who become mobile and homicidal at night. The film released to theaters on December 11, 2015.

The fourth main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell 4: Haunted Hotel, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team spending the night in the Avenue Hotel and defending themselves against humans, robots and a gargoyle haunting their room by closing doors and fleeing on foot. The film released to theaters on July 8, 2016.

The fifth main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell 5: City Tower of Terror, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team being employees working in the City Tower and must do different tasks each night to avoid being jumpscared by human, robot and gargoyle statues who come to life at night. The film released to theaters on August 18, 2017.

The sixth main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell 6: Fancy Restaurant Simulator, talks about Allie and Olivia Indian and Hailey and Lexia Bortz decorating the Cavern on the Green with payable items and must also work the night shift for it by salvaging Father Changstein El-Gamal, Pazuzu, Turanga Leela and Philip J. Fry if they are badly hurt. The film released to theaters on August 24, 2018.

The seventh and final main film, Five Nights in Robot Hell 7: Glamrock Glory, does not have a known plot yet. The film releases to theaters on June 4, 2021.

Spin-off FilmsEdit

The first spin-off film, FNIRH World, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team going hunting for different residents of New New York and realizing that their hunt is no ordinary wild animal hunt. The film released to theaters on June 30, 2017.

The second spin-off film, Five Nights in Washington D.C., talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team investigating paranormal activity in Washington D.C. while becoming night guards in different buildings. The film released to theaters on March 2, 2018.

The third spin-off film, Villainous Custom Night, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team spending the night in a haunted castle where fifty-eight residents from New New York reside and must fend themselves from attacks of their choice. The film released to theaters on February 22, 2019.

The fourth spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell: Territory Terror, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team traveling to different territories in the US to investigate paranormal activity on the islands. The film released to theaters on June 21, 2019.

The fifth spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell VR: Disturbing Secrets from the Past, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team traveling to a virtual reality world to accept challenges where they learn secrets they have done in the past. The film releases to theaters on September 25, 2020.

The sixth spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell: Around the World in 80 Frights, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team investigating paranormal activity in different countries where it becomes a hallucinating nightmare for them. The film releases to theaters on February 26, 2021.

The seventh spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell AR: The Shadow in the Woods, talks about the non-Rock affinity members of the Robot Hell on Earth team being haunted by a living nightmare of screams while on an augmented reality Skype chat with each other. The film releases to theaters on March 12, 2021.

The eighth spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell: Trophy Hunting Bloodbath, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team going trophy hunting for their enemies while also witnessing the brutal deaths they cause as its no ordinary bear and moose hunt. The film releases to theaters on April 9, 2021.

The ninth spin-off film, Non-Braves on the Loose, talks about Zachary Bortz and the Paper affinity members of the Robot Hell on Earth team going hunting for different Brainy and Cool residents of New New York and realizing that their hunt is no ordinary deer hunt. The film releases to theaters on May 7, 2021.

The tenth spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell: Bright Lights and Jumpscares, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team going on a dark free-roaming walk and avoid being jumpscared by lights-outers. The film releases to theaters on May 14, 2021.

The eleventh spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell AAA: Escape Room of Teamwork, does not have a known plot yet. The film releases to theaters on October 1, 2021.

The twelfth and final spin-off film, Five Nights in Robot Hell: Murder on the Handcart Express, talks about the Robot Hell on Earth team investigating murders started by a shape-shifting creature. The film releases to theaters on December 10, 2021.

Voice castEdit

Main FilmsEdit

Protagonists

  • Amy Schumer as Abworker Bortz (1-5)
  • Dakota Johnson as:
    • Carina Bortz (1-5)
    • Ainsley Bortz (2, 4-5)
    • Meredith Bortz (2, 4-5)
    • Allie Indian (4-6)
  • Alison Brie as Alexa Bortz (1-5)
  • Laura Marano as Lexia Bortz (1, 3-6)
  • Rebel Wilson as Hailey Bortz (1, 4-6)
  • Amy Poehler as Alexandra Bortz (2, 4-5)
  • Peyton List as Grace Bortz (2, 4-5)
  • Landry Bender as Kaia Bortz (2-5)
  • Regan Burns as Zachary Bortz (2-5)
  • Alicia Vikander as Leah Bortz (2-5)
  • Lauren Taylor as Lydia Bortz (2, 4-5)
  • Ashley Olsen as Olivia Indian (4-6)

Antagonists

  • Katey Sagal as Turanga Leela (1, 3-6)
  • Maurice LaMarche as Calculon (1-5)
  • Phil LaMarr as Billionairebot (2-5)
  • Tress MacNeille as:
    • Robot Gypsy (2, 4-5)
    • Hookerbot (2-5)
  • Dan Castellaneta as Robot Devil (2, 4-5)
  • John DiMaggio as:
    • URL (2, 4-5)
    • Bender Bending Rodriguez (2, 4-5)
    • Fender (2-5)
  • David Herman as:
    • Preacherbot (1-5)
    • Blatherbot (1-5)
    • Father Changstein El-Gamal (1, 4-6)
    • Roberto (2, 4-5)
    • Pazuzu (2, 4)
  • Billy West as Philip J. Fry (4-6)

Supporting character

  • Billy West as Robo-puppy

Other characters

  • Robert Downey Jr. as Technician 1 (5)
  • Chris Evans as Technician 2 (5)

Spin-off FilmsEdit

Robot Hell on Earth Team

  • Amy Poehler as Alexandra Bortz (1-6, 8, 10-12)
  • Alison Brie as Alexa Bortz (1-6, 8, 10, 12)
  • Dakota Johnson as:
    • Allie Indian (1-6, 8, 10, 12)
    • Ainsley Bortz (1-10, 12)
    • Meredith Bortz (1-10, 12)
    • Carina Bortz (1-8, 10, 12)
  • Regan Burns as Zachary Bortz (1-6, 8-10, 12)
  • Lauren Taylor as Lydia Bortz (1-6, 8, 10, 12)
  • Rebel Wilson as Hailey Bortz (1-6, 8, 10-12)
  • Amy Schumer as Abworker Bortz (1-8, 10, 12)
  • Alicia Vikander as Leah Bortz (1-10, 12)
  • Peyton List as Grace Bortz (1-10, 12)
  • Landry Bender as Kaia Bortz (1-10, 12)
  • Laura Marano as Lexia Bortz (1-8, 10, 12)
  • Ashley Olsen as Olivia Indian (1-8, 10, 12)

Antagonists

  • Tress MacNeille as:
    • Robot Gypsy (1-6, 8, 10-12)
    • Hookerbot (1-9, 10, 12)
  • David Herman as:
    • Preacherbot (1-8, 10, 12)
    • Blatherbot (1-6, 8, 10, 12)
    • Father Changstein El-Gamal (1-6, 8, 10-12)
    • Roberto (1-9, 10, 12)
    • Pazuzu (1-8, 10 12)
  • Billy West as Philip J. Fry (1-6, 8, 10, 12)
  • Phil LaMarr as Billionairebot (1-6, 8-10, 12)
  • Dan Castellaneta as Robot Devil (1-6, 8, 10, 12)
  • Maurice LaMarche as Calculon (1-8, 10, 12)
  • John DiMaggio as URL, Bender Bending Rodriguez and Fender (1-10, 12)
  • Katey Sagal as Turanga Leela (1-8, 10, 12)

Supporting character

  • Billy West as Robo-puppy

See alsoEdit

Zachary, Grace and Lexia (film series)

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