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4 items from 2016

Film Review: ‘The Disappointments Room’

12 September 2016 7:46 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

There is more mood than matter to be sampled in “The Disappointments Room,” a spooky psychological thriller — or, perhaps, a psychological thriller with spooks — that is initially intriguing but ultimately, unfortunately, lives down to its title. Director D.J. Caruso (“Disturbia,” “The Salton Sea”) and scriptwriter Wentworth Miller do a reasonably efficient job of setting the table for this drama about a troubled woman who unlocks (and unearths) dark secrets after moving into a secluded and long-abandoned country home. Somewhere around the two-thirds mark, however, the movie skids off the rails as the storyline becomes at once less mysterious and more illogical, raising the suspicion that, midway through the filming, everyone involved simply tossed aside the script and started making things up as they went along.

Even so, “The Disappointments Room” (which finally opened Friday without press previews after months of delays caused by Relativity Media’s financial crises) has a few things going for it. »

- Joe Leydon

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Show of Hands… Who Wants Another Sneak Peek of The Disappointments Room?

8 September 2016 4:55 PM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

We’ll soon find out if The Disappointments Room is another hit for D.J. Caruso (who helmed such diverse films as The Salton Sea, Disturbia, Eagle Eye, and I Am Number Four), but in the meantime here’s a sneak peek clip… Continue Reading →

The post Show of Hands… Who Wants Another Sneak Peek of The Disappointments Room? appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Debi Moore

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First Trailer for D.J. Caruso's New Horror 'The Disappointments Room'

24 August 2016 3:44 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Relativity has released a trailer for a surprise horror film that's coming out in the next few weeks, titled The Disappointments Room, which we haven't heard much about until now. Kate Beckinsale stars, along with Duncan Joiner, as a mother and her young son who move to their dream home but discover a creepy room in the attic. Upon opening it, they unleash "unimaginable horrors". This trailer doesn't actually show any of those horrors, as it pretty much stops when she opens the door. The full cast includes Lucas Till, Gerald McRaney, Michaela Conlin, Michael Landes and Mel Raido. Give this a quick watch below. Here's the first official trailer for D.J. Caruso's The Disappointments Room, originally from Yahoo: When a mother and her young son move into their rural dream house, they accidentally unlock a hidden room in the attic and unleash unprecedented horror. The Disappointments Room is »

- Alex Billington

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[Tribeca Review] Detour

18 April 2016 12:14 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

A gleeful throwback to a genre that unfortunately jumped the shark years ago, Detour harkens back to the ’90s noir that ultimately met its death with one too many Quentin Tarantino knock-offs. Detour is not that. It’s instead a playful shape-shifter (using a split-screen device) that offers a slight element of misdirection to its wild, winding road of unexpected encounters, moral decisions, and a portrait of white-trash Americana. This is lurid film noir at its best.

Thrust into this world is law student Harper (Tye Sheridan), a nice rich kid whose mother lies on her deathbed. He theorizes that his stepfather, Vincent (Stephen Moyer), is responsible for a car crash that’s left her on life support. He’s an architect who frequently travels from California to Vegas “for work” and first devises a plan to get him busted at the airport. In a moment of desperation, he shoots »

- John Fink

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