The Lost Room (2006)
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The Key and the Clock 

Detective Joe Miller finds himself on a case involving two men that are found burned to death in a pawn shop, apparently involving a mysterious key and a deal gone bad. After receiving the ... See full summary »

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Dr. Martin Ruber
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Lee Bridgewater
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Lou Destefano
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Helen Ruber
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Ignacio (as Jorge Luis-Pallo)
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Detective Joe Miller finds himself on a case involving two men that are found burned to death in a pawn shop, apparently involving a mysterious key and a deal gone bad. After receiving the key, Joe discovers that it is just one of nearly one hundred objects with supernatural powers and a link to a hidden motel room. Written by Anonymous

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Often when a character looks out of The Room, we see an outside shot, with the Motel sign reflected on the window glass. It is backwards. However, when we look out the window at the sign, it is also backwards from the perspective of The Room. It can only appear backwards from one direction or the other, not both. But it would also look backwards if the point of view is between the sign and the outside of the motel room window. See more »

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Wally Jabrowski: Sometimes when you start getting Objects together, weird things happen. New things. New properties. Totally unpredictable. Take the Watch. Useless, right?
Joe Miller: The Watch?
Wally Jabrowski: Wristwatch. Cooks eggs. Nothing else, just eggs. Put an egg in the middle - hardboils it. I don't know how somebody figured that out, but they did. Anyway, nobody used to care much about the Watch until one day somebody found out that if you put the Watch and the Knife together, you get a... kind of telepathy.
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