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Directed by
Michael Hurst 
 
Writing credits
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Mark A. Altman 
Michael Hurst 

Produced by
Mark A. Altman .... producer
Morris Berger .... executive producer
Stephen R. Brown .... executive producer
Mark Gottwald .... producer
John W. Hyde .... executive producer
Chuck Speed .... co-producer
Nicholas Stamos .... line producer
Danny Wayne .... co-producer (as Danny W. Stallcup)
 
Original Music by
Joe Kraemer 
 
Cinematography by
Raymond Stella 
 
Film Editing by
Kevin Greutert 
 
Casting by
Christine Sheaks 
 
Production Design by
Ivo Cristante 
 
Set Decoration by
Dorit Hurst  (as Dorit Oberman)
 
Costume Design by
Jennifer L. Soulages 
 
Makeup Department
Christopher Burdett .... creature effects designer
Jason Collins .... supervisor: Almost Human, Inc.
Robert Hall .... special makeup designer
Elvis Jones .... special makeup effects artist
Sava Markovic .... lens technician
Debbie Mezera .... office manager: Almost Human, Inc.
Darnell Shepherd .... hair technician: Almost Human
 
Production Management
Aaron Rattner .... post-production supervisor
Stacey Jade Smart .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jon Recher .... second second assistant director
Joseph Suarez .... second second assistant director
Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg .... second assistant director
Jim Whitworth .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Kieran Brown .... paint gang boss
Simon Georgiou .... lead painter
Roger Kelton .... construction coordinator
Sean Lira .... set dresser
Mark Richardson .... property master
 
Sound Department
Michael Brown .... foley artist
Michael Brown .... foley supervisor
Diana Burnell .... field recordist
Yagmur Kaplan .... first assistant sound editor
Yagmur Kaplan .... pre-dub mixer
Jeff Prosser .... field recordist
Jeff Prosser .... foley mixer
Christopher Sheldon .... supervising sound editor
David Warburton .... post facility coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Chadd B. Cole .... visual effects supervisor
Harry Eisenstein .... 3D modeler
Harry Eisenstein .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Tsuyoshi Abe .... utility stunts
Stella Angelova .... stunt double
Danny Downey .... stunts
Chris Lawrence .... stunts
Charlie Parrish .... stunts (as H. Charles Parrish)
Steve Rizzo .... stunt double: Jerry O'Connell
Misty Rosas .... stunt performer
Danny Wayne .... stunt coordinator
Rick Williamson .... stunts
 
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Danielle C. Carroll .... additional camera loader
Mark J. Coyne .... Steadicam operator
Mark J. Coyne .... camera operator: "a" camera
Guido Egger .... grip
Todd Helsley .... best boy
Paul Janossy .... first assistant camera
Cameron Lee Michael .... lamp operator
 
Casting Department
Rebecca Gushin .... casting associate
Kathleen LaGue .... adr voice casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lauren Blair .... costumer
 
Transportation Department
Neil Chisholm .... driver
Mark Cross .... transportation captain
Harry Zabounian .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Sean Afsahi .... production assistant
Martin J. Cummins .... location manager
Adriana De La Cruz .... key set medic
Rob Fegen .... production coordinator
Sean Jordan .... unit publicist
Kathleen LaGue .... additional voices
Eric McElveen .... production assistant
Rosie Ortiz .... set production assistant
Chandler Poling .... intern
James Roland .... key set production assistant
Peter Sands .... location manager
Chip Sickler .... additional voices (uncredited)
 

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Christine Taylor was five months pregnant when she acted in this movie.See more »
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23 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
Room 6? More Like Room Sucks..., 7 December 2006
Author: gavin6942 from United States

A woman and her boyfriend get into a car accident. After the man is taken by ambulance to an unknown location, the woman (Christine Taylor) goes on a hunt to find him along with her new friend (Jerry O'Connell) -- along the way encountering demons for some reason.

I am sad to report that Christine Taylor makes for a very weak leading lady. I loved her in "Dodgeball" and "My Name is Earl", but for some reason she comes across as very flighty here (more in the first half than in the second). Is she not capable of drama? Is acting scared just not something she can do? I don't know, but I was let down. (I'm still jealous of Ben Stiller for having such a hot wife, though.) The early parts of the film are very tedious. There is lots of empty, repetitive dialogue (both in the opening hospital scene, and shortly after when Amy is getting picked up from school). The less each person says, the better the scenes are in this movie. Unfortunately, in the first ten minutes no one will shut up long enough to let the movie have a solid start. (The phrase "I'm awake" probably is said no less than twenty-five times in the first five minutes.) What I found also odd was that although the makeup was decent (the demons looked like demons), the special effects were not very impressive. Rather than use a trick syringe for an injection, for example, they slid the syringe under the sleeve of a patient. Maybe I'm picky and the average viewer wouldn't notice, but I felt cheated.

Now, the scenery was nice. The abandoned hospital, the ambulances, the demons. There is a scene with vampire lesbians (or something like that) which I thought was quite alright, although it was more of a tease than anything.

Somebody decided to cast Jerry O'Connell, and I'd like to know whom that was. In all fairness, Jerry was a better actor in this film than Christine Taylor. But he just calls to mind crappy films like "Tom Cats" and the show "Sliders". I like Sliders, but this guy is a cheesy actor. He's right up there with Brendan Fraser. His very presence makes a movie's suck factor increase. This one was no exception.

Horror icon Kane Hodder (better known as Jason Voorhees) shows up to be a demon bum. I enjoyed seeing Kane Hodder, but the part was not important and could have been played by pretty much anyone. (And really, if you're casting for a bum, get someone who's bum-looking, not a weightlifter.) I will give the Best Actress award in this film to the little girl named Melissa (played by Chloe Moretz). She actually had my full attention when she was on the screen, like everything she said or did was crucial. Excellent. Moretz is becoming what I would call "the Dakota Fanning of horror", because she seems to be the person you call when you need a little girl. (Moretz has so far also appeared in "Wicked Little Things" and "Amityville Horror".) My biggest problem with this movie, besides the poor acting and weak production value, was I was constantly asking myself: did any of this add up? Demons, lesbian vampires, a hospital that doesn't exist, ambulances that steal loved ones. The film makes some attempt to explain this, but that attempt is incredibly weak and I was left trying to piece things together. But I felt like I opened a 500-piece puzzle and 700 pieces fell out. What the heck? 2006 has offered some quality horror films. "Slither", "Feast" and "Saw 3" just to name some off the top of my head. "Room 6" is not one of them, so unless you spend most of your free time watching really crappy movies (like I obviously do), don't pick this one up.

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