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Death Tunnel (2005)
USA / English
"Your initiation into terror. "
For an initiation stunt, five college women are locked in a Kentucky hospital built in 1910 where 63,000 people died from a disease known as the "white plague". Deep under the hospital is the "Death Tunnel" which once were used to secretly remove the dead from the grounds.
Steffany Huckaby Heather
Melanie Lewis Devon
Yolanda Pecoraro Elizabeth
Kristin Novak Ashley
Annie Burgstede Tori
Jason Lasater Richie
Gary Wolf Gio
Robyn Corum Leah
Gill Gayle Professor
Brian Dyer Dr. Vangard
Reenie Varga Ghost Nurse
Jilon Ghai Mason
Jesse Bernstein Cameron
George W. Harr Jr. Death in Sanatorium (as George 'Big John' Harr)
B.J. Winslow Death in Morgue
Director: Philip Adrian Booth
Producer: Christopher Saint Booth,Shane Dax Taylor
Writer: Christopher Saint Booth,Philip Adrian Booth
Errrr.....that's a tough one
This movie contains some great cinematography and lighting. But that's it. As far as plot and flow are concerned I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that someone dropped a ton of three minute clips on the floor of the editing suite and then just piled them randomly into a playlist. In fact if you wanted to make your own 'director's cut' you could do just that. Chop the flick into three-minute clips and then watch them back on Windows Media Player set on random. It won't make the slightest difference to your 'enjoyment' of this film and there has to be a good chance that it would improve it. If I hadn't seen the 'Spooked' documentary last night I wouldn't have had even the faintest idea what was going on. The documentary helped me understand not because it was an interesting and educational piece of work (a collection of interviews with members of some band and a couple of bimbos) but because it contained interview footage of the pair of imbeciles who made this. Two ageing wannabe Bon Jovi support act members talking stultifying drivel. Hilarious stuff.

Shot on location at Waverly Hills Sanitorium, the story goes that they didn't pay the owners for the use of the building. Whilst I feel sorry for the guys they ripped off it might end up being a saving grace for cinema if it puts anyone off funding these buffoons in future.

Within ten minutes of the opening credits they are paying clunky homage to every horror movie that has been shot in the last 50 years. I'm not joking. See if you can spot Ringu, White Noise, Nosferatu, Carrie, and Saw. The half-naked women might keep some younger people interested for ten minutes but, seriously guys, stick to playing air-guitar and never, ever go near a digicam again.

Seen it:Nej
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:Divx 4
Imdb rating: 2.7
Musician: Christopher Saint Booth
Running time: 97 min / USA
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Last modified: 2007-07-18 22:31:3