Dark Floors

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When the concerned father of an autistic young girl decides to forcefully remove his daughter from the hospital where she is currently being treated, his mission is unexpectedly complicated by a horde of murderous creatures that seem to have found their way into our reality from some frightening parallel universe. It was supposed to be so simple: the father would locate his daughter and spring her from the hospital before the staff even knew what was happening. After getting trapped in the elevator on their way out, however, events take a horrifically grim turn as the doors open to reveal that the once sterile and bustling surroundings are now ominously silent and dank. With mutilated bodies strewn about and murderous gang of monsters stalking them through an endless maze of corroded hallways, the only remaining hope for the frightened father and daughter now lies in the affected mind of a little girl who may understand more about the situation than anyone realizes.

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Critic Reviews for Dark Floors

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  • 'Dark Floors' manages to keep up the supsense for a good 90 minutes and close with a powerful, art-film ending.

    Oct 8, 2008 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Dark Floors

  • Feb 22, 2012
    Now this is what I call a horror film. Part of the Ghost House Underground Collection and its over the top/ The make up is what one wants when watching horror. Near the end one scene puts Jeepers Creepers to shame. A father has is daughter in the hospital for test, the test go bad and he wants her out of that hospital, they get on the elevator to leave and so begins a journey into somewhere, but where. Full of evil and everything from ghost, ghouls and zombies. Want to have a fright party, don't want those little campers falling a sleep, this is the movie to watch. 5 stars
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  • Nov 16, 2011
    What the ass is this movie about? I just watched it and can honestly say "I do not know what happened." So a concerned father takes his kid to the hospital and then all hell breaks loose, demons, ghosts and black pools that are alive like the monster in Phantoms are all after her for no reason in particular. I get to the end and it's the most batshit crazy ending I have seen in a long while because the best way I can describe is that is was a fever dream. It's not bad, it is entertaining to watch the morally ambiguous guy in the group of people at the hospital trying to hand over the the child to the monsters but what the hell for?
    Greg A Super Reviewer
  • Apr 17, 2011
    2.5/10 Horror films are such delicate things. They must be handled by capable filmmakers, and they must either be entertaining, scary, or beautiful. "Dark Floors", however, is a horror film in which only one word applies: ugly. Here's a movie that qualifies as one of the two worst kinds of horror movies, the first being "remake", and the second being "a horror movie that builds, builds, builds and manages to do absolutely nothing". Luckily, only the second one really applies. Guy and his autistic little girl get stuck in a Mental Hospital with some other random people. Everyone else is dead, yet they're not alone. Guy tries to be hero, and gets pissed whenever someone else, from the group, attempts to steal his torch. Enter supernatural monsters, and I think you've got yourself a horror movie. The plot moves along as the director probably thought it should, although it's all build-up until the climax. The build-up isn't interesting, and I came very close to turning this thing off. And then I figured, there must be some payoff. Boy, was I wrong. This film sins by not explaining too much. It's good when a horror film makes you use your imagination, but you can't imagine story-telling. I kept asking myself strange questions, one of them being: Why are these reptilian/demon monster-things wearing what looks like a radical "chain"? If you WANT to ask unnecessary questions that will never be answered, then maybe "Dark Floors" is for you. However, it's fairly insulting to me; as it is not poorly made, necessarily, just poorly written, acted, and conceived. This is what they mean when they say "Direct-to-video" in a very negative sense. No kidding; this is pretty bad. It's dumb, ugly, and fails to satisfy on any given level. Simply put, not scary, not entertaining, and worst of all; not at all fun. This film has officially sinned as only most modern horror films can.
    Ryan M Super Reviewer
  • Dec 19, 2010
    I'm sorry, I just can't take the Lordi monsters seriously. They're just all too silly. And if I can't help but giggle at the very sight of them, I really can't be creeped out by this film, now can I? Yes, there were a handful of clever ideas but on the whole it just wasn't very good.
    vieras e Super Reviewer

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