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Dr. Joyce Reardon, a psychology professor, leads a team of psychics into the decrepit mansion known as Rose Red. Her efforts unleash the spirit of former owner Ellen Rimbauer and uncover the horrifying secrets of those who lived and died there. Written by
David Dukes died of a heart attack while he was playing tennis, the night before he was due to return to continue his scenes. See more »
After Annie falls and hurts her head, the bandage that is placed on her head is white in one scene and has a blood spot and back to clean in the next. It alternates several times between scenes from clean and the blood spot. See more »
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It takes 8 minutes and 30 seconds for the opening credits to play out. See more »
As usually, very satisfied with Stephen Kings work
I really like the movies that are based on the novels of Stephen King, like "Arachnophobia" or "Storm Of The Century", so when I saw the DVD "Rose Red" I just had to rent it, and I really enjoyed those thrilling 240 min of great storytelling, acting and drama. What I like on Stephen King movies is that the Director takes his time with the plot and doesn't insist to make a 2 hour movie which you will forget soon after viewing it. Like there on "Rose Red", they take the time to go through the past of this young girl and the owner, at the beginning and also midst in the movie. Plus, the preparations of the professor takes almost the entire part of the first third, so we really know the background of all the participants, and the cutting is great too. Just waiting for the right moment to cut and say to be continued.
So, if you liked movies like "House" or "The Haunting" you'll love "Rose Red", just watch it!
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