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David S. Cass Sr.
The school teacher Amy has been proposed by her boyfriend Nick early in the morning and she promises her answer later in the afternoon. After her class, while coming back home, Nick has a car accident in a crossroad with a truck driven by Lucas Dylan. He breaks his leg and an ambulance takes him to the hospital. Amy has a phobia about hospitals, but she gets a taxi and goes to the nearest hospital. However, Nick is not there, and she meets Lucas, who is also looking for his sister that has disappeared in the same weird circumstance. They decide to team up and search together where the victims might have been interned, while Amy experiences the most bizarre and scary situations. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Amy Roberts (Christine Taylor) has a fear of hospitals and nightmares of being awake for surgery. Her boyfriend Nick (Shane Brolly) tries to propose but Amy is in a rush to get to school. Her student Melissa Norman (Chloë Grace Moretz) also has creepy dreams, but according to Melissa, she's not strong enough to help. She and Nick get into a car accident with another driver Lucas (Jerry O'Connell). The paramedics take Nick to the hospital but doesn't tell her where. She can't seem to find Nick anywhere. Lucas can't find his sister either when other paramedics take her to the mysterious St. Rosemary's hospital.
It's a lot of shrill screaming from Christine Taylor. There are a couple of good interesting actors like Mary Pat Gleason, but there are too many amateurs in this. That's what happens when you give strippers actual lines to read. Quite frankly, Shane Brolly isn't good enough to lead his part of the movie. Jerry O'Connell is too standoffish. He is too obvious and the twist is telegraphed.
The biggest problem is that this production just doesn't have the money behind it. It is a big ambitious horror done on the cheap. The monster makeup isn't that good. It looks even worst in the daylight. I can almost see the bigger, more grander movie that the script alludes to. This movie just doesn't look well put together.
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