Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home.
Six strangers are given mysterious black boxes with tickets to an immersive escape room for a chance to win tons of money. Being locked in several rooms with extreme conditions, they discover the secrets behind the escape room and must fight to survive and to find a way out.
Was the first U.S. nationwide theatrical film of 2019. The film's director, Adam Robitel, previously directed Insidious: The Last Key (2018), which was the first U.S. nationwide theatrical film of 2018. See more »
In the initial room, a couple of fairly obvious errors take place. First, the entry door has its hinges on the inside. With all of the items that were present and so many people there, they could have removed the hinge pins and pried the doors off and left the way they came in. Next, there was no need to keep all of the glasses of water in the coasters. Some of the furniture could have been broken up and placed in the opening to jam it. See more »
You could tell by the trailers that this isn't an oscar winning movie. It's a thrilling, fun, easy watch and for what it is, it's pretty good. The acting isn't bad, it's a pretty cliche story but it exceeded my expectations! It's not bad but it's not fantastic. If you're a fan of these types of movies, you won't be let down!
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