Wanting to start a fresh, Katrine moves from the province into a dormitory in Copenhagen and enrolls at the University. But when she crosses conniving Sanne by getting together with Sanne's... See full summary »
Wanting to start a fresh, Katrine moves from the province into a dormitory in Copenhagen and enrolls at the University. But when she crosses conniving Sanne by getting together with Sanne's ex, all hell breaks loose. Sanne and her friends try to bully Katrine out of the dormitory. They frighten her with an old myth surrounding the ghost of a former resident. Yet the myth very soon becomes a reality. By accident, Katrine sets the ghost free, who then starts a terrifyingly gruesome attack on the dormitory's residents. Only Katrine knows the fate of the remaining residents if she doesn't stop the actions of the ghost. However, no one believes Katrine's story and they accuse her of the series of mysterious murders. She seeks help in the former resident Rolf. While the residents continue to die around them, Katrine and Rolf embark on a desperate struggle to stop the ghost before it kills those that are left... Written by
This Isn't Exactly One Of The Most Original Horror Movies Of All Time But I Thought It Was Good Even With Its Low Budget(But Hey, Name One Time When A Budget Meant Something In A Movie - Although I Like Movies With A Budget, I Meant Just When Has A Low Budget Interfered With The Movie.) Katrine Decides To Spend Her Time At University In A Dorm Instead Of Spending Time At Home. She Realizes That There Is A Ghost Living In The Mirrors. She Accidentally Sets It Free And One By One Dorm Mates Start Dying, She Has To Stop It Before Its Too Late.
Now Hollywood Makes Movies Like This All The Time, Only This Time It Isn't Hollywood, Its Denmark. It Doesn't Really Make Much Difference Except That The Danish Used Character Development (I Cared About What Happened To Katrine) And They Portray The Deaths How It Really Would Happen Instead Of Using About 150 Gallons Of Blood For A Horror Movie In America.
Overall I Suggest A Viewing But Don't Expect This To Be Along Side "Just Another Love Story" Or "Brothers" As Denmark's Best.
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