Room 6

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  • NR
  • 2005
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 4.1  (4,107)

Room 6 is a 2006 horror movie directed by Michael Hurst, which stars Christine Taylor, Shane Brolly, and Jerry O'Connell. The movie revolves around Amy, a woman who is haunted by the thought of death after her fiancé is killed in a car accident. She is preparing to move on with life, but her obsession with death makes her curious about the afterlife. Her curiosity takes her to an old hospital with a reputation for being haunted.

As soon as Amy enters the hospital with her friend Lucy, they begin to encounter strange things. They witness inexplicable apparitions and encounters with odd people. As the story unfolds, it becomes clear that this hospital is more than just an ordinary medical facility. The story takes several twists and turns as the protagonists attempt to unravel the mystery behind the hospital and escape the horrors that lurk within it.

The movie features excellent performances from Taylor, Brolly, and O'Connell. Taylor delivers a wonderful performance as the grief-stricken Amy. She skillfully navigates the emotions of a woman dealing with loss and confusion. Brolly is equally impressive as Amy's fiancé Paul, who appears in her dreams and visions. O'Connell is also effective as the overconfident hotel owner, who is obsessed with profiting from the mysterious happenings in the hospital.

The direction by Hurst is competent, but the screenplay by Mark A. Altman and Michael Hurst leaves a lot to be desired. The plot is intriguing, but it is marred by clichés and predictability. The movie falls prey to horror-film tropes such as jump scares, creepy children, and creepy dolls. This predictability makes this movie less scary than it could have been.

The first half of the movie is well paced and interesting, but it loses steam in the second half, where the plot gets too convoluted. There are too many characters introduced too late in the movie, which makes it difficult for the audience to connect with them. By the time the finale arrives, the audience gasps for air as the story gets more chaotic.

The visuals in the movie are well done, with excellent cinematography by Ric Waite. The hospital is beautifully shot, with shadows and light used effectively to create an atmosphere of horror. The special effects are also quite good, with makeup and prosthetics used to create some truly scary-looking creatures.

The score by Brian Tyler adds to the suspense, with eerie music used to create a sense of unease. The sound design is also effectively done, with sound effects used to great effect to scare the audience.

Overall, Room 6 is a mixed bag. It has good performances, excellent visuals, and a well-conceived plot. However, it is ultimately let down by a predictable screenplay and a convoluted story. Despite this, it is still an enjoyable horror movie that will leave you with a few scares.

Room 6 is a 2005 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.1.

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    4.1  (4,107)