Dark Floors

Dark Floors

A man emerges with his autistic daughter and three others from a hospital elevator to find themselves trapped in the building with devilish monsters.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   nurse,   wheelchair,  

Heavy-metal demons pursue a father (Noah Huntley) and daughter (Skye Bennett), who have inexplicably become trapped in a haunted hospital. However, the young, autistic girl holds the key to defeating those monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul D (fr) wrote: An interesting and well made film about a really annoying character. Awesome music.

Jenna I (br) wrote: Awful. Cliche after cliche after cliche, set in a world that is not the now but is also undefined. There's no tension, there's no characters, everybody is in a bad mood at all times and there's zero focus. Genuinely offended at how this movie treats its supporting cast - from presuming that all gay men have HIV, to literally defining the female FBI agent by the men she's had sex with and a child she gave up for adoption. Ugly madonna/whore stuff in here, on top of a ludicrous plot, terrible camerawork and banal special effects.

cli o (jp) wrote: no thanks not my thing

Jeff B (gb) wrote: Funny at times, but pretty cliched. Pryor plays the reluctant ex-con who turns his life around for a straight-laced caretaker of eight troubled orphans. They are traveling cross-country to bring the orphans to their new home in Seattle (!), with humorous results.

Sgt C (au) wrote: An enjoyable sci-fi B movie that does what good B movies do and that is be more entertaining than certain A movies. The cast is great, the direction is fine and it is a good watch, but overall it is is far from a great movie.

Randy C (mx) wrote: Fascinating film contemporary with "Birth of a Nation" about criminals - not the undead. See it if you like silent films and have 4 hours to kill.

Debbie W (fr) wrote: The last in the series of Hercule Poirot films made with Peter Ustinov as the title character. Not as good as Death on the Nile but still very entertaining.

Mike V (ru) wrote: This is more psychological mystery/thriller rather than horror, which made it far more enjoyable for me. It features solid performances and a screenplay which keeps you guessing as to what is real and what is imagined. Although I didn't like the final revelation scene, I found this film to be entertaining ad intensely engrossing. 1001