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Horror Hotel the Movie

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USA  •    •  103m  •    •  Directed by: Ricky Hess.  •  Starring: Tera Buerkle, Deborah Childs, Jordan Demers, Austin Freeman, Michael Gladden, Jeremy Michael Grey, Troy Halverson, Derrell Keith Lester, Ryan Littmann, Baby Norman, Erin Ownbey, Anastasia Pekhtereva, Neil Ramsay.  •  Music by: Marshall Coats, Debbie Hess.
    "Aliens Stole My Boyfriend" - Two cute alien chicks crash land their space buggy in the parking lot of the motor court looking for Earth boyfriends. "Coma Girl" - A macabre maintenance man falls in love with a comatose patient at the convalescent home where he works much to the dismay of her faithful husband. "Brain Robbers In Love" - A powerful older woman steals the body of a young woman using a top-secret brain-swapping devise stolen from a government vault. "The Problem With Clones" - A skip-tracer must search through a family of clones to find the sister who murdered her look alike. "Four-Eyes" - A paraplegic hit man is encouraged to pursue his gruesome talent by a man who wants to murder his ex-wife. "Life After Men" - In the near future, males are virtually extinct from disease and are tracked down my man hunters working for the new government.

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Image from: Horror Hotel the Movie (2016)
Image from: Horror Hotel the Movie (2016)
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I am a supporter of independent films and filmmakers. This film was very creative and different. The cinematography and musical score were high quality and it kept my attention. I would like to see some of the shorts go on to feature length. The fact that it is a series of shorts is also a different concept. The pieces remind me of the old "Twilight Zone" television series or even the "Outer Limits."

I liked "Life After Men" the best. It achieved a sense of "horror" for an imagined future. The piece about the brain exchange machine had an interesting ending as did the piece about the comatose woman. I found that ending a little confusing but the story itself had strong elements of horror.


Review by adrianesposito from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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