Don Malek's a tenant in a hotel of L.A.'s skid row. Grief-stricken since the murder of his fiancee Katherin, he's bent on revenge against Stanley Glissberg, the man cleared of charges in Katherin's death. Don can't forget - and Glissberg's going to pay..Add to the mix a relentless homicide detective, a nosy has-been rock star, and the tenants of the hotel are about to check into a vortex of revenge, madness and murder.Written by
When production wrapped in 2008, the owner of The George Washington Hotel in Pittsburgh decided to leave the main location in the film intact in case the crew needed to return for reshoots. Two years later when a small fire broke out at the hotel, emergency workers stumbled onto a blood-splattered room littered with alcohol bottles and a human scalp, and concluded that it was a grisly crime scene. An eight hour investigation followed before authorities were finally convinced that it was merely a movie set. See more »
I did to him exactly what he did to me! I'm tearing him apart piece by piece.
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"B" Movie Uniquely done
The industry for what we know as "B" style format films has many that are ridiculously done. New Terminal Hotel "AKA" "Do Not Disturb" re-released in 2013 has a creative flare to it's style. The story was unique and fresh as a man whose fiancé was murdered looks to exact revenge in a abysmal manner. The style in which this film was shot gives it the edge. The acting is not horrible as it appears to be emotionally driven with a few of the actors.
The one flaw in my opinion is this film was a waste of Corey Haim's talent and he should not have been in it. Good writing, good character development but the editing was shaky and split in a few places. I give this a 4 out of 10
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