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Dark Floors (2008)


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Three 1/2 out of Five

Movie

Rating: R (horror violence and disturbing images)
Length: 86 minutes

Video

Widescreen 2.35:1 Color (Anamorphic)

Audio

ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1

Captions

English, Spanish

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Plot

A man decides to take his autistic daughter home from the hospital when a power shortage messed up an MRI she was having and scared her to death. They step into an elevator with her very cute nurse who's trying to convince them to stay, a security guard, a crazy old man and another gentleman that can safely be describes as an asshole. After the doors close the power shuts off. When it comes back on and the doors open, the hospital is empty. This is when the fun begins!

Pros

It doesn’t waste much time getting to the action and the setting is really creepy; being stalked by creatures and ghosts in an abandoned hospital. The special effects were well done and it was more than just a couple hundred gallons of fake blood; there is actually very little gore involved at all.

Cons

The ending was confusing to me and the overall plot was filled with holes; nothing is really explained.

Extras

  • Audio Commentary with Director Pete Riski and Mr Lordi
  • "Hard Rock Hallelujah" Music Video by Lordi
  • "Would You Love a Monsterman" Music Video by Lordi
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Dark Floors World Premiere with Interviews and Live Performance by Lordi
  • Trailer Gallery

Recommendation

I liked this movie and once I either figured out the ending (or simply came up with the one I liked) it was even better. I knew nothing of the Finnish Rock Band Lordi and probably enjoyed the movie even more because of that fact. This is something all horror fans should have in their collection.

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