Overall Rank: 8481
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 120
Theatrical Release Date: 04/20/2007
Genre: Thriller, Horror
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Nimród Antal
Actors: Luke Wilson, Kate Beckinsale, Frank Whaley, David Doty, Mark Casella, Scott G. Anderson
Plot: A couple with a rocky relationship find themselves stranded at an isolated motel where they soon find that the in-room slasher videos are homemade, and they're going to be the next stars. -- Chris Kavan
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Snoogans - wrote on 11/30/2011
Un-thrilling thriller. Flimsy plot and cardboard characters made the boredom settle in.
dukeakasmudge - wrote on 09/12/2011
The beginning of the movie was scary but after you find out whats really happening it just becomes boring
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Ewee - wrote on 02/06/2008
Ok ... this movie blew. I know what most people would say about that comment, saying "what kind of opinion is this movie blew?" Well, I can't figure out any other word to sum it up. The beginning was slow, and the storyline of randomly getting lost and cell phone not working and then landing in a hotel where everyone dies and this has been going on for "years". I would think over time someone outside the town would find out. Furthermore, the fact that they got one sheriff to come to the hotel and not call for back-up ... and then the cop got killed and the police station never wondered why he didn't return. Plus the ending was horrible ... one last comment how can you make "the bassist" from "That thing you do" or the "sweet/nice" kid from "Can't Hardly Wait" to be a killer ... …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 12/24/2007
It started off bad but got better as it went along... then the ending was kind of a let-down. There were some solid thrills here like the rats, policeman, and the video tape scenes. But then again there were also some cliches such as when the woman has to fight the main villain in the end to serve some kind of resolution to her problems at home. Otherwise, I thought it was pretty effective because it happened overnight, which means the setting was dark and creepy. The eighty-five running time of the movie, I thought, was a great move because the ending kind of fizzled out. This is by no means a perfect movie but it's worth a rental with friends while having a sleepover or if you're alone craving for a more than descent thriller on a rainy, chilly night.
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