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- Commentary by writer/director Mike Hurst and writer/producer Mark A. Altman
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Meanwhile her boyfriend is in a strange hospital and the staff are the ones from her nightmares. He realizes things are not right and tries to learn more and get out of the hospital despite the warnings from others in his ward. He witnesses strange and terrifying things. But as he tries to get out his girlfriend is following unorthodox methods and learns about an old hospital that burned down before she was born. She is told she can find it if she really wants to. The two paths converge as she has to face her fears and their causes before she can locate her boyfriend and help him. The end is unexpected and help explains much of the strangeness in the earlier parts of the film.
This is a film you have to stick with. At first I though it was very poorly written. Take the accident for instance. There are no police. There is no exchange of information. The participants just walk away and leave their vehicles behind. But this and many other strange things will make sense if you watch the whole movie. But you will have to put the bits together.Read more ›
Christine Taylor fills the role of scream queen nicely, playing a young woman with an unusual phobia of hospitals. Seems like something terrible happened when she was twelve. That presents a problem when her hunky fiancee is injured in an automobile accident and is carted off via ambulance to St. Rosemary's Hospital. Problem is, Taylor can't find her beau and she joins fellow crash victim Jerry O'Connell, whose sister vanished too.
Shane Brolly (UNDERWORLD) plays the boyfriend, who is pretty stupid in the long run. He never seems to notice the unusual hospital personnel, doesn't ask where his girlfriend is, doesn't act like he's concerned about the weird hospital..until it's too late.
Ghostly happenings and some unusual camera techniques help the atmosphere, and for a low budget flick, ROOM 6 is worth a look.
A young schoolteacher with a serious fear of hospitals must face her worst fears when her boyfriend is injured in a car accident and spirited away to a nightmarish medical center where demons don medical scrubs and nefarious nurses bathe in the blood of their suffering patients. Amy's (Christine Taylor) boyfriend has just been involved in a major car accident, but when Amy receives word that her boyfriend has been taken to a hospital that no longer exists, she determines to face her fears and bring her boyfriend back home no matter what horrors await her. Accompanied by a concerned stranger (Jerry O' Connell) who remains steadfast in his determination to solve the mystery of St. Rosemary's, Amy is forced to enter a hallucinatory world of soul-shredding terror where nothing is as it seems and unspeakable horrors lie down every dark and lonely hallway.
who is in an automobile accident and is taken to a hospital that has
long been closed. His girlfriend tries to find him. The suspense is
excellent. Then, once the truth is revealed, the movie slows and the
effects are largely overdone and cheap, with a lot of ambiguity as to
just what happened. It would have been much better if there were no
ghosts and the story had a logical conclusion. Still, it will give the
viewer a few good moments. I guess you could do worse.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This movie didn't make any sense at all. I was left with questions why did Amy die..why did the monster want nick? I'm gom stick to action movie I wasted my money.Published 16 months ago by ige kemp
Prolly my favorite B movie ever. It's got a good storyline and keeps you interested from start from finish. Lots of weirdness. I Loved it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by steelers7fan
Right after a car accident, a man ends up in a waiting room at the hospital where he had to sit for 6 hours in agony with a huge crowd of people giggling like silly kids while he... Read morePublished on February 18, 2014 by R. Childers