Plotline: A young actress gets a role in a movie about a real-life murder-spree in a local hotel. As she steps into the role, the line between past and present begins to blur in scary ways.
Scariness factor: It's pretty spooky. Eerie is perhaps a better word.
Gross-Out Factor: Nothing too horrible.
Complaints: No major complaints.
High Points: The premise of this, although perhaps a bit convoluted, was a lot of fun. And it made for a delightfully weird and creepy climax. The movie is visually spooky, and the acting is not bad. It kind of feels like THE SHINING meets AUDREY ROSE meets THE EYE.
Overall: Again, I enjoyed myself with this one as well. If you're a fan of Asian horror (like The Grudge which I think was made by the same dude), you'll dig it.
Labels: B movies