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Before HOSTEL there was THE GIRL IN ROOM 2A... A terrifying tale of a young girl who moves into a boarding house run by a kindly older woman, only to discover that the place has a dark and sinister past - young and pretty girls seem to disappear from there without a trace. Where they go and what happens to them is the dreadful secret of GIRL IN ROOM 2A.
For the first time ever on DVD, fully uncut and uncensored, this is a classic slice of 1970's Italian shock cinema. Packed with scary scenes and demented characters, the film is both full-on horror and an intriguing mystery. What is the secret of Room 2A?
Starring former Miss Italy, Daniela Giordano (star of Bava's Four Times That Night), this is cult movie making at its most extreme. Not to be watched alone!
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The movie is fantastic, if you like European Horror or Giallo films, it is for you--just get ready for extra doses of sleazy action.
The DVD looks great and also includes a nice interview with Giordano as well as an excellent essay that answered all my questions about the director. Don't miss out--pair it with Seven Women for Satan or perhaps more obviously Bloody Pit of Horror for a great night of sin and spectacle!
For one, the film's writer/ producer/ director was American William Rose, known for producing / directing some "roughies" 60's sleaze cinema, all of dubious merit and quality. But that market had dried up a while ago. For this outing, he assembled a crew and partial cast in Italy, bringing a few American actors along and shooting in English to sell in both markets, which makes sound financial sense: after all, the Europeans had been engaged in this process for a decade already, and made quite a bit of cash doing so. So far, so good.Read more ›
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Disappointing and more silly than any other thing. Bad pick and a dust bin item at this time. Lousy reallyPublished on October 11, 2013 by Socrates