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The Baby's Room is Álex de la Iglesia's entry in the Spanish horror TV series "Films to keep you awake". I saw Iglesia's cult hit 'Day of the Beast' fairly recently and was thoroughly impressed by it. Obviously The Baby's Room is not of similar quality, but it's a more than interesting little story and better than the majority of the "Masters of Horror" episodes. If you were to pigeon hole this film, it would go into the 'haunted house' genre, and although there's haunted house themes; Iglesia makes more of it than just that. The plot focuses on a young couple with a baby that have just moved into a new home. After buying a baby monitor, the couple come to believe that somebody may be in the house with them; but the truth is something far more sinister. As a mystery film, this one works well. I can't say that the plot is completely original; though the film didn't turn out to be what I was expecting which is always a bonus. The central couple are both excellent, with Javier Gutiérrez particularly standing out. There are some good moments of suspense and the director does manage to keep us interested for the duration. It boils down to a decent twisted ending and I certainly recommend this film to anyone who can get their hands on it. 4 stars 4-11-14
Not too shabby. More of a Tales from the Darkside episode, than a horror flick. Pretty well done, though.
IMO, it's just a little spooky horror flick that uses almost all the formulas available to frighten you. However, it fails in doing so. The story hardly makes any sense; & the lesser said about the performances, the better. I'm glad that it wasn't a long movie and I'd like to thank the editor (or whoever in-charge of it) for that. Had it been longer, it'd have been a torture to watch it further. Provided as it is, it's okay as a TV horror show/episode.
This was a pretty decent film. It wasn't predictable and it had a nice pace to it. It was faster paced so you never got bored. There were some nice scares in it too that really kept me in tune with the movie.
It had an original plot, interesting story and I really enjoyed it.
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