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Walled In (2009)

A demolition company agent uncovers the horrifying secrets held within a building she's having razed.
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A young woman who recently graduated from engineering school travels to a remote location to supervise the demolition of a mysterious building. She soon discovers the horrifying secrets of the building and its past inhabitants, many of whom were victims of a vicious murderer who entombed his prey alive within its walls. Now she must turn the tables on the killer before she becomes his latest victim. Written by Anonymous

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Some secrets are best left buried.

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »

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19 June 2009 (Mexico)  »

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A Prisioneira  »

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$10,000,000 (estimated)
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(European Film Market)

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1.85 : 1
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Although a double was employed to run through everything beforehand and make sure it was safe, Mischa Barton performed all of her own stunts. See more »

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When Jimmy and Mary are talking in their kitchen he is facing the camera and passes her the can opener. The camera shows a closeup of Jimmy and he doesn't appear to move but when the view changes back to the two of them, he has turned to face Mary. See more »

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Jimmy: How do you know when someone really loves you?
Mary: That girl really had an effect on you, didn't she?
Jimmy: Tell me.
Mary: When you're willing to sacrifice everything for someone. There's no great love without it.
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Original and well made, underrated. Though ending is anticlimactic and the story doesn't follow through after the amazing build-up.
21 December 2012 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

I used to be a very easy grader, till I've seen too many Horror films that simply didn't do the genre justice. So I've found myself rating many films 4 - 6, and too many times unimpressed. In this case, however, I must say I think this film is a little underrated...

The beginning and build up were absolutely fantastic in my book. It's become rare to find this kind of original screen writing, and being the Horror freak that I am I've seen many many horror films. The idea of a killer walling-in his victims? Simply awesome! As the film continued, however, I've found too many aspects resembling Toolbox Murders, although they all changed and became their own ideas towards the ending. Same goes for the twists - I always like playing the guessing game in these kinds of Horror-Thrillers, and I love it when all my guesses are wrong!

I've actually seen many complaints and critics talking about plot-holes and bad screen writing, and I must say I simply don't understand why... have I missed something? There are many aspects on which the film could have improved, but plot-holes? The acting and cinematography have also been just right if you ask me. As for the ending - a little anticlimactic, but that's the main problem in most Horror films of the pas decade or so. Also, the build up is better than the ongoing film, so the great potential could've been lived up to better. Also - the things that bothered me the most - the homage to the Freddie Kruger "One, two..." song. Out of context, out of its league, and simply wrong!

All in all - I liked this film a lot more than Toolbox Murders, and I think it's definitely worth watching. It might not be a masterpiece or one of the best ones, but very few are. In general - never trust the critics, or the reviewers. Always watch and judge for yourself!


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