#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Danni, a burnt-out former hospice nurse, moves into a new apartment, she thinks she’s finally found the key to a simple, less traumatic life. But when things start to disappear through a strange portal in her bathroom wall, Danni realizes she’s discovered a gateway to the unknown that brings unimaginable horrors to this quiet apartment. Along with her co-worker Tim, Danni begins an investigation that leads to an unforgettable conclusion.
Plot: Danni moves into a New York apartment and starts sprucing the place up. She doesn’t know the previous tenant committed suicide in very strange circumstances. Nor does she know there’s a mysterious portal to another dimension in the bathroom that’s hungry for…. shower curtains! But where does this unusual gateway hidden behind the white tiling lead? That’s what Danni and her ‘Whale Saver’ chugger workmate Tim decide to find out. It’s an investigation into a unique phenomenon full of surprise and unimaginable horror as they both enter The Yonder in a stunningly directed, creatively devised and quirky oddball gem.
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Sort of Original but also pretty bad too
An independent film which has an original sort of story but isn’t able to deliver much for its audience. This doesn’t look as cheap as a Troma movie or a Hammer house movie but by the same token it’s not glitzy and glamorous either, not by a long way. A struggling nurse moves into a new flat, strange things begin to happen and she finds a space/time portal in her bathroom. There are some really surreal parts to the film, random dreams and flashbacks, crazy confrontations with weirdos. I found myself wondering what the hell I was watching and having a dilemma trying to figure out if I was enjoying the film or not. Decent pace, interesting enough characters, an original idea… I wish I could have liked this more but unfortunately it felt like something was missing. Whatever it was that was missing really stopped me from really enjoying this, which is a pity really. Close, but no cigar.
This is a quirky, independent comedy masquerading as a surreal horror film. It gets the surreal part right but the rest of the staging and execution is so cheap as to make this feel like a Troma movie. It doesn’t do much for a film’s realism when you have actors in support who go around mugging for all their worth, actors linked to a storyline which is so slight as to be not worth bothering with in the first place. Basically, a frightened young woman discovers that her shower curtain is hiding a portal to another dimension. That’s it; that’s the set up, although not much is done with it.
One of the most arresting parts of the film are the weird dream visions that the protagonist experiences. These are a mish mash of similar bits in THE EVIL DEAD and THE RING, and quite weird, although not as just plain bizarre as other elements in the film. At times I felt that I really should like it, and perhaps with better resources the writer/director could have done something truly special here, but sadly the acting is just too poor and the script so sub par that I couldn’t stand it. It feels like nothing more than one of those “make it up as you go along” type movies.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 14 min (74 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director Jaron Henrie-McCrea
Writer Carys Edwards, Jaron Henrie-McCrea
Actors Danni Smith, Tim Lueke, Martin Monahan
Country United States
Awards 6 wins & 2 nominations
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Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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Printed Film Format N/A