If a picture speaks a thousand words, then a movie speaks a million. There are very few scary representations of Hell in the world of film. Most of the time it is treated as a joke.
I watched this film with the kids when they were young, and I think it left a permanent frightening impression on them, and vicariously on me. Below is a clip from the end of Disney’s “The Black Hole” (1979). It shows the fate of the wicked, murderous and power-crazed Dr Hans Reinhardt and his robot assistant Maximilian, (made in his own image), after they both fall into the singularity. Childish perhaps, but the doomful depiction of Hell and the damned, and the powerfully gloomy music by John Barry do it for me.
The dishevelled, wicked doctor is first seen falling into the abyss and merging with his robot alter ego, then the chimera stands alone above the fiery pit of the damned for all eternity. Chilling stuff, worthy of Hieronymus Bosch, were he a film director.