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Having finally secured her first assignment from her family's demolition business, Sam Walczak (Mischa Barton) is sent to supervise the destruction of an apartment house, only to discover a group of tenants still living in the condemned building. One such tenant, Jimmy (Cameron Bright), tells Sam an urban legend about a serial murderer who used to live in the building and entomb his victims in the walls. What's worse, the dead are believed to still harass the residents to this day.

Cast & Crew

Darla Biccum
Liz Walczak
Rodolphe Tissot
Screenwriter
Olivier Volpi
Screenwriter
Sylvain White
Screenwriter
Michael Mihalke
Executive Producer
Bader Alwazzan
Executive Producer
Janine Stener
Executive Producer
Dominique Séguin
Executive Producer
Clement Miserez
Producer
Greg Biribauer
Original Music
Karim Hussain
Cinematographer
Jackie Dzuba
Film Editor
Bertrand Seitz
Production Design
Sara McCudden
Art Director
Andrea Spakowski
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Critic Reviews for Walled In

All Critics (3) | Rotten (3)

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  • Oct 16, 2011
    A very awesome horror flick with good scares and blood throughout. Also a very good story.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer
  • Jul 28, 2010
    Based on a bestselling French novel apparently. I have to say I was disappointed with this. It sounded like a great setting for a horror film with a good back story. However it just slowly plods on to the conclusion, some of the dialogue was pretty bad I have to add. Not sure how Mischa Barton got talked into this.
    Dean K Super Reviewer
  • Jun 24, 2010
    In the opening sequence we witness a small child trapped between four walls, screaming her lungs out whilst cement slowly fills up her concrete grave. Fast forward 15 years later to Sam Walczak (Mischa Barton) who is a freshly graduated engineer and the heiress of her family's demolition company. Her father offers her the opportunity to be in charge of her very own project: organizing and supervising the demolition of a remote and sinister apartment building, originally designed by the notoriously eccentric architect Joseph Malestrazza. (Pascal Greggory) Upon arriving there she finds that the massive concrete crypt is not entirely empty. Caretaker Mary (Deborah Kara Unger), her teenage son Jimmy (Cameron Bright) and two others are still living there although they've received eviction notices. Mary lodges Sam in apartment 208 that is furnished since the former dwellers have never collected the furniture. Sam is haunted during the nights by ghostly noises, halls that are lined with secrets and upon investigation comes to the horrifying realization that the location may very well be haunted by the past inhabitants who were entombed within its walls. (The building itself is riddled with hidden passageways, labyrinths, doorways that lead to bricks and mortar, and has windows you definitely don't want to open.) Based on the best-selling French novel Les Emmurés by Serge Brussolo, the movie starts off really great but then gets absurd, disjointed, bland and predictable plodding along to an ending that is so incredibly dumb you have to see it to believe it.
    Deb S Super Reviewer
  • Apr 24, 2010
    Think Micha Barton couldn?t act (or at least was really boring while watching the O.C. this is just as bad. Boring, (I?d rather watch Phone booth again or even worse.. Alone in the Dark) VERY PREdictable & Obviously in no way original thought to this. Not really suspenseful, I basically knew every ?trick? that was going to happen next. The script stunk not even worth a rental (let alone your time) F

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