Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Mira Wanting, Jon Lange, Steen Stig Lommer, Julie Ølgaard, Neel Rønholt
Director: Martin Barnewitz
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror
Wanting a fresh start, Katrine moves into a university dormitory but quickly learns the myth about a ghost of a former resident who was killed. The myth soon becomes a terrifying reality.
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Deidra C. (Deidra670) from GARRETT, KY
Reviewed on 11/26/2010...
ROOM 205 is an old fashioned ghost story with the usual map of twists and turns as most do. Katrine is just starting college and moving out from home for the first time. Her dad seems a bit overprotective which is eventually explained. Her dorm mates are friendly at first, but turn nasty in a heartbeat.
I liked ROOM 205. It wasn't mindnumbing, or "oh my god, they didn't", but it was a good trip into Swedish horror. And there was a nice little spin at the end.
ROOM 205 does Swedish horror proud. I'm anxious to see what other gems they have in store.
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LONG LIVE LORDI
Dirk William Bragg | Ravenna, MI | 01/21/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Though the movie is hard to follow, (Spoiler Alert: Each floor is like a time flux and if you watch each floor on a different screen at the same time, you will see they are in sync.) it is a good movie and with LORDI in it, they make it a 4-star film instead of 2. P.S. Awesome song during the end credits."
Lamest movies ever!
Tara Jordan | Clanton, AL | 02/08/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This product is a waste of money. The movies suck. They have no plot, bad actors, and lame special effects. Don't waste your money like I did. The other Ghosthouse movies are much better. I am very disappointed that these were picked to be called horror movies to die for."
Carl Manes | 04/26/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A father and his invalid daughter are trapped in a deserted hospital along with several other strangers as the dark hallways come to life with gruesome demons. DARK FLOORS is a stagnant haunted hospital tale that never gets off the ground. It feels like a scrapbook of more successful Horror features butchered in to a single incoherent film where the characters just wander about the halls aimlessly for over an hour. When the occasional demon does appear, the characters are rarely frightened or even stunned. The decayed hospital setting is sufficiently creepy, but the only workable elements of the entire film lie in the creature FX and costuming of the demons themselves. Considering the costumes belonged to the Shock Rocker band Lordi, and that the film was initially conceived as a poor excuse to mass market the band on the international market, it cant even take credit for these creations. DARK FLOORS proves to be a bland, uninspired, and unoriginal Horror film that relies far too heavily on the strength of its villains while forgetting about minor elements like character or plot.
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