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My first clue should have been the very shoddy intro with the black and white freeze frame shots. Very cheesy
NOT good, the story was weak and awful, the friendly neighbor was more like an extra from To Catch A Predator and the only believable performance came from the abusive husband. If you've got a few hours to kill, I would definitely suggest spending it doing something else...
"Apartment 212" shas a lot going for it as a fairly polished microbudget horror production.
A slow pace in the first third of the movie makes it drag on longer then it needs to be. The movie would get a better rating if the script didn't make the lead make the same mistake over n' over n' over again when delaing with the creature. The no makeup for the job interview but then put it on to go see the x for no real reason?!?! A three year old has more common sense and these ridiculous events pulls one out of a not bad idea/movie with good effects when it comes to the creature.