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Sean Patrick Flanery,
A woman and a man awake in individual white cells in an abandoned prison or mental institution wearing only underwear and without any memory. They hear a strange and creepy noise and decide to look for a way out of the facility. They meet six other strangers in the same situation and one of them is attacked and killed by a shadow. While trying to escape from the place and the shadow, they find the brain washing apparatus with the indication that had been used eight times. When they meet the ninth stranger, they realize that one of them is lying and knows what have happened with them.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Full names of characters on their US DOS Medical Qualifying reports include Charles Thomas Riley, Dr. Kate Adams, Stacy Gibson, Amber Diane McCormik and Melissa Tucker. See more »
The office computer shows a successful trace-route (network connection) to the computer in the lab before the latter has even been turned on. Since the trace-route showed 3 hops (routers), there should be three computers in the building (already running). And, technically, computers on the same network (subnet) do not require routers (there should be just one hop). See more »
Does anybody hear me? Anybody? Let me outta here! Open this door!
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Separate from the full SPECIAL THANKS section: "Special thanks to Dino Fekaris (he will survive)". Fekaris wrote the hit song, not used in this movie, "I will survive." See more »
I bought the DVD because I'm a fan of James Marsters.
Yes, this movie must have cost every dime that it shows on screen. But also yes, I thought I knew within the first 20 minutes who the villain was, and I was pleasantly surprised to found that I can STILL be surprised.
I write this comment merely to remind, or to alert, other viewers that James Marsters is a professional Shakespearian stage actor, and as I was watching him more than paying attention to the plot, I found myself enjoying this movie. Sure, I was yelling at the plot-holes within the first 5 minutes; but if you watch just 5 minutes of Marsters with the sound off, you'll see how superb an actor he is. Forget the trite lines that he was paid to say; watch, instead, his body language and his facial language.
This is one great actor.
Oh, but who, besides me, died laughing when Marsters had to deliver, straight-faced, the line, "Well, at least you look better in your underwear than I do"? Ouch! Cheers all, Fiona
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