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19 Doors (2011)

R  |   |  Horror, Thriller  |  22 August 2011 (USA)
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When a producer suggests that screenwriter Grace Mitchel pen a horror story set in an old hotel, the long-abandoned Lyndora seems the perfect inspiration. The turn-of-the-century hotel is ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Natalie Bail ...
Grace Mitchel
Norm Wash ...
Father Pat
Bryan Koehler ...
Bob Pearson
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Detective Patrone
Bill Laing ...
Jason Howard
Al Kandrack ...
Leon Howard
Asbury Lake ...
Liz
Caitlin O'Connor ...
Eva
Catrina Rogers ...
Katy
Alan Quinn Jr. ...
Dean
Isabel Iwanonkiw ...
Ghost Girl (as I. Iwanonkiw)
Caitline Oconnor ...
Eva
Winters Barbra ...
Mattie
Ina Block ...
Psychic Helga
Laura Welsh ...
Elsa
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When a producer suggests that screenwriter Grace Mitchel pen a horror story set in an old hotel, the long-abandoned Lyndora seems the perfect inspiration. The turn-of-the-century hotel is known for its rough and seedy past - the doors to its rooms sealed 50 years ago following a series of gruesome murders - and local lore says it's haunted. Despite the reservations of family and friends, an undaunted Grace takes up residence in the eerie inn to immerse herself in writing. But now that the doors are open, the secrets of the past begin to emerge. As disturbing, but seemingly explicable, events begin to escalate, Grace struggles to define reality from insanity and begins a descent into darkness from which some will never return Written by Rotten Tomatoes

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So, so bad.. (spoilers)
17 June 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I actually did sit through this whole film purely out of curiosity and sheer willpower. You see the premise of the storyline is quite good, a tad cliché but still good. However, the production of this film sucked. The look of the whole thing wasn't even TV movie standard, more 'I've got a camera so I can automatically make a film!

The acting was not good, the little girl ghost is quite clearly trying to stifle giggling and looks like her mum made her up for Halloween. There was nothing convincing about any of the other 'ghosts' in fact. The dialogue was awkward with surprisingly some under-acting from the main protagonist - Err lady you're out of your possessive state and have stabbed your daughter to death, could you do something, you know scream, recoil in horror? Pyschic Helga was terrible, but the name made me laugh and drunken, sweaty priest came across as the 'kind of man we tell children to avoid'if you get my drift.

All in all, I would only suggest you watch this movie for two reasons: 1) You happen to be a friend or family of someone attached to or involved with the film and have to out of loyalty. or; 2) You want to see how not to make a film.


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