One word describes this movie
A group of travelers find themselves caught in the fog at a motel. The hotel offers them a luxurious dinner to accommodate their inconvenience. All of the travelers feel that they remotely know each other and while they all believe they just arrived at the motel, it also feels like they may have been at the hotel longer than just one day. Why do they all have these strange feelings and when will the fog lift?
"She reminds me of somebody."
Luke Comer delivers Portal in his directorial debut and is also credited with writing this movie. The storyline for this picture is interesting and reminded me a little of The Gate. The film does have an interesting premise and is delivered in a manner to keep the audience intrigued. The cast is less than average and includes Christopher Soren Kelly, Zarah Mahler, and Sol Bloomfield.
"He asked for coffee."
This movie aired last Saturday on The Movie Channel (TMC) as part of Splatter Days. There were some fascinating aspects and plot points built into this film and I also thought the cast was well selected for the most part. Overall, this isn't a great horror movie, but it is worth following and is entertaining for diehard fans of the horror genre. This may be worth viewing once if you're a fan of horror films in the caliber of 8 Films to Die For.
"Baby needs to eat."