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Wouldn't call it horror, but it's a fun enough flick. Enjoyed it and so did my wife, who's not a fan of overly gruesome films. Superb set design and satisfying ending. Flame away, I don't care.
Quite honestly one of the worst horror movies, plain dull plot, quite like the Skeet Ulrich character in the movie, who is worried about getting bad reviews for his horror house, this movie lacked in its originality and acting and deserves bad reviews. The ending was fitting to the entire movie, in that it was abysmal and plain. There's a clock counting down throughout the movie, and its fitting because if you find yourself willing to sit through the movies entirety, then that clock is a good reference for when you're boredom will finally abate..
The concept of an Escape Room horror movie is a good one but this particular movie didn't execute it well. Having four friends locked in a room fighting for survival would've been entertaining if only the acting and script weren't awful.
Utterly abysmal film that fails on every matter, from acting to production. Skeet Urich and Sean Young are completely wasted while the premise is overly thought out and ultimately boring. Completely avoid this film. It is not even so bad it's fun to watch. It is just bad.
This movie is perfect for fans of horror and fans of mind games! This film has a creative way of showing viewers the same perspective as the actors, but it allows us, the viewers, to play the game and try to find the exit as well! 10/10 would recommend! :)
Interesting story. Worth a watch. Good ending.
For a straight to Redbox movie it actually wasn't bad
A great idea for a movie but in this one the idea was horribly executed.
The opening was intriguing enough to make me want to watch the rest and while it didn't quite live up to it's beginning, it still held it's own. The fact that the characters actually had to use their brains whilst still screaming hysterically made it infinitely more watchable than the standard horror trope, especially when you found yourself trying to solve it along with them and succeeding. Billy Loomis was a nice side-eye, but the basic framing; the build up behind the box that led to very little explanation, and the generally flimsy background story was what let the film down.
I suppose it was only a matter of time until somebody made an Escape Room horror movie. And that core concept, four friends locked in a single room with imminent danger and a literal ticking clock towards death, is actually pretty effective. But everything outside of that one small room, the framing device, the MacGuffin, the external surveillance, all of it, is pretty bad.