The Black Room
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Jennifer Hemdale (Natasha Henstridge) and her husband Paul (Lukas Hassel) have just moved into the ideal house they've always wanted. Everything seems perfect except for one thing... something lurks inside the black room in the cellar. When the entity starts possessing the home and everyone in it, they soon realize their dream house has become a nightmare. 'The Black Room' features an all-star cast that includes Natasha Henstridge (Species), Lin Shaye (Insidious, Ouija), Lukas Hassel (NBC s The Blacklist ), Dominique Swain (Face/Off, Lolita), James Duval (Donnie Darko, Independence Day) and Tiffany Shepis (Tales of Halloween).
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No.. First few minutes in, the demon in a cellar room is playing with the old lady's ( Nana) granddaughter.
And a boob shot. (I was reading my phone and looked up) Guys may like that, I don't need to see boobs.
It got worse... progressively. May finish it later, but caution you to not eat while watching. Slime everywhere.
DON'T BOTHER RENTING IT.
Watched more, cause I rented it. Are we using porn stars only. Ok enough with no house inspecton /lying real estate agent.. to find secret deadly room. Beyound stupid.
It's almost as if it's been reviewed by people who don't watch alot of horror movies, but I could be wrong.
One of the main complaints is the sleazy nature of the movie and bare breasts.
What!? Boobs in a horror movie, no effing way!!!!
Also, while no, it is not a masterpiece and suffers from some of the same low budget short comings as others, it most certainly is not the "worst movie ever".
I know because I have seen movies that are just best never to speak of, and inspired more laughter then anything else.
Not that bad and not that good,, and that lands this film into the heart of horror movie mediocrity.
Paul (Lukas Hassel) and Jennifer (Natasha Henstridge) move into a house that has an incubus trapped in the basement, a sexual demon. Sister (Augie Duke) comes to visit, etc. etc. Tiffany Shepis, Lin Shaye, and Dominique Swain in minor roles.
The opening credits played an Emerson Lake and Palmer cover tune which got me hooked. The film was like a cross between "Evil Toons" and "Re-Animator." The production excelled when it was being funny and flopped when it took itself too seriously. A Zelda Rubinstein impersonator taking care of the issue would have been great.
Guide: F-word, sex, nudity. 3 1/2 stars