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Patrick Room 33 Gerner nun Room 33 dem Bankrott. - Darsteller und CrewIt offers self-catering accommodation with kitchenette and it is just yards away from the beach.
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Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Chad Michael Collins Chad as Chad Collins Nicole Dionne Natasha Ace Gibson Nelson as Dee Kevin Ace Gibson Nina Hauser Sarah Austin Highsmith Garces Allie as Austin Highsmith Adam Key Stewart Kim Manning Barbie San Jaun Olivia Leigh Roxy as Olivia Leigh Schwarzentraub Taras Los Man Ned Liebl Stranger Richard Courtney Deputy Hawkins Rachel Hamilton Young Roxy Ryan Baylor Male Nurse 1 Chaz Morgan Male Nurse 2 Donnie Dale Edit Storyline A group of friends on a road trip seek shelter at a mental institution in the woods, only to discover that the building is the home of a mysterious young girl named Roxy whose unsettling presence serves as a foreshadow of doom.
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American Horror Story. What exactly was this movie about? How is it that a lunatic can project a demonic father figure into reality to kill people by smudging their eyes out with goo?
I know it was supposed to be an effect of tearing eyes out but it really looked more like a smudging to me. The "monster" in this movie was really rather annoying and came off like some sort of "euro-trash-thug-demon" more than a scary supernatural presence.
How exactly a former government LSD scientist became this ghastly presence in the old hospital is beyond my comprehension, or perhaps it just wasn't clearly stated in the story?
I liked the main cast being a roller derby team of smokin' chicks, the fact that none of them show any skin is a little weak. They couldn't even deliver the cheap thrills in this plot hole ridden flick.
I just kept watching in the hopes that the story would eventually make some sense, but alas, no such luck.
I'm a big fan of low-budget horror, but this is unwatchable. Every minute of it is stupid and tedious. Made by people who have watched many horror films but never understood the hows and whys of them.
Unfortunately I don't think experimental deconstruction was the intended point of the film. If you are a horror or suspense buff, this is a film you will surely recognise.
This one is not a haunted house but a haunted something. There is one human denizen, a girl who is likewise haunted, not to mention terrified.
She seems also to have a strange psychic connection with the villain of the piece, a black clad wraith who may not look quite like the Grim Reaper, but certainly acts like him.
The only real question is how many of them will he dispatch before the riddle is solved? Actually, if you don't mind a proper resolution, this is not a bad film, certainly it is vastly superior to the common or garden slasher flick.
Room 7. Room 33 film review - 7. Room 33 has an excellent upbeat opening with nature and sets the scene for a real adventure. You might ask what could possibly wrong and you end up thinking, what couldn't.
As turmoil begins, the film rumbles on and doesn't really have many tension building effects. It is the acting that makes it well worth a watch in the end.
The characters are played very well and actors formulate their personalities individually , to help you get to know the characters.
This is vital in any horror so that you feel a sense of loss without them. The plot has enough mystery to keep you engaged. It isn't just a case of a psycho on the loose.
Far from it in fact. The tale has history and needs the full film duration to truly understand what is going on.
The film consistently does camera angle well. The camera homes in on precisely where facial expressions or events are happening.
The setting is nice and confined, keeping tension reasonable throughout. Not your typical horror film and a nice surprise.
Definitely an adventure horror if such a thing exists. I have to say it is worth a watch and you won't be disappointed. It does enough to build tension, and has a good storyline.
For a good horror film I don't think anything else is necessary. A good film with a dull title. When getting a movie by way of 4 pack usually holds minimal promise for good flicks.
The feature of the bundle was curtains an 80's slasher film, which is good, but that's another review This has a decent story with borderline good acting and hot bodies in little clothing.
It's only downfall is the ghost, not at all scary or intimidating. It's like having your mail man as a villain Aside from that the film features roller derby chicks lost, with a dead car, and no cell service.
They find themselves in an abandoned asylum, and they aren't alone. The end left some to be desired, but I enjoyed this movie, it's worth a try.
Seemingly non-existent budget, lowest level movie. It looks professionally made, believable acting, not a bad script, usual plot though.
I agree with another rater saying that it should be a 5. Harsh imdb score Is worth at least a 5. I did enjoy it to some degree.
Started off with promise and somewhat interesting premise and characters but started going south there. The big reveal was a bit disappointing and there were too many gaping plot holes.
For example, I initially enjoyed Nelson's character the most because he was entertaining and I thought his skittishness would keep him safe, but in one very uncharactistic act of bravado he confronts the demon ghost dad and gets killed.
That was lazy plot work and a let down. We never get an explanation about why the boyfriend near the end was shot dead by the hillbilly guy.
Or why Roxy's uncle was lurking around the asylum ruins alone in the middle of the night searching for her. And why did demon ghost want to kill his own brother or if it was Roxy controlling him, why did she want her uncle killed?
And if Roxy was psychocitc and murdered her dad in the first place, why was her dad going around and murdering other people on her behalf, or was he just a projection from her mind as she herself said, and it was actually her murdering people?
Certain things just did not make any sense. A few tweaks in the plot and story line could have produced a really good flick.
The credits roll with an alternative music sound track REM type music. The movie has that 70's slasher feel to it. A van full of roller derby babes and a few guys are traveling in the Pacific NW when they come across a wreaked car.