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Karen, Sarah, and Emma Tunney are all moving to a small town in Pennsylvania where, unknown to them, in 1913, a horrid mine accident trapped dozens of children alive, underground. But there's a problem. They're still alive.
Chloë Grace Moretz
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
I've watched a fair amount or horror movies and I know that a lot of them don't amount to much. Either they're not scary enough - sometimes to the point of being ridiculous and funny - or they're just lacking logic. What's the point of a complex and confusing story if the viewer never gets the answers? Also, there is a misconception that people watching horror movies (teenagers if you ask the studios) don't really care about cinematography, lighting etc. This is of course plain wrong. The classic horror movies are not scary only because of the visual effects etc but because of a skillful use of the mentioned qualities as well as music and tempo. Room 6 fails completely by these standards and is just a total waste of time (and money). There's no point to the story at all and it qualifies as one of the worst horror movies I have ever seen. It contains a beginning without intrigue (you're ready to switch off after 15 min), a middle with scary zombie looking people that appear here and there just to be scary, a lead character that spends most of the film running around screaming and an end that makes an embarrassing attempt to bring some logic to the story (and fails utterly). Why is it that studios invest in scripts like this one when there are so many talented young filmmakers out there with actual stories to tell?!? Don't watch this one - if you want to see something scary, just watch "The Ring" or something over again or better yet, a classic Hitchcock!
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