Dark Floors [WS] [DVD] [2008]

  • SKU: 9058039
  • Release Date: 10/14/2008
  • Rating: R
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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2 out of 2)

    Special Features


    • Commentary with director Pete Riski and Mr. Lordi
    • "Hard Rock Hallelujah" music video by Lordi
    • "Would You Love a Monsterman (2006)" music video by Lordi
    • Trailer gallery
    • Dark Floors world premiere with interviews and live performance by Lordi
    • Behind the scenes
    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis


    Dark Floors
    When the concerned father of an autistic young girl decides to forcefully remove his daughter from the hospital where she is currently being treated, his mission is unexpectedly complicated by a horde of murderous creatures that seem to have found their way into our reality from some frightening parallel universe. It was supposed to be so simple: the father would locate his daughter and spring her from the hospital before the staff even knew what was happening. After getting trapped in the elevator on their way out, however, events take a horrifically grim turn as the doors open to reveal that the once sterile and bustling surroundings are now ominously silent and dank. With mutilated bodies strewn about and murderous gang of monsters stalking them through an endless maze of corroded hallways, the only remaining hope for the frightened father and daughter now lies in the affected mind of a little girl who may understand more about the situation than anyone realizes. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Skye Bennett
      Skye Bennett
    • Noah Huntley
      Noah Huntley
    • Dominique McElligott
      Dominique McElligott
    • Leon Herbert
      Leon Herbert
    • William Hope
      William Hope



    Customer rating

    4.5
    100%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Keep watching it

      Posted
      Kuroda

      I'm not much of a horror movie person in general. Mainly because I like horror films that make you think and quite frankly most horror films these days are some random guy running around carving people up just for kicks or just because or some other poor reason like that. What makes Dark Floors amazing isn't just that it makes you think. Every single time I watch it, I come out with an entirely different perspective on the movie. It's so deep - and to think it was made by a Finnish hard rock band. So check it out. And if you're bored some night with nothing to do, go YouTube Lordi's other movie The Kin. It's in Finnish only from what I've seen and it's a short film so I don't think it ever got a DVD release but it's pretty good too. Not as good as Dark Floors though. Another thing I love about Dark Floors is the characters. They're all so painfully real. Skye Bennett does an amazing job of portraying the severely autistic Sarah and, speaking as someone who knows more than a few people who have had to cope with having a child with autism, Noah Huntley is fantastic at handling the role of her stressed but still hopelessly devoted father. These two bring a whole new level of depth to the whole movie with their performances.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great horror movie!

      Posted
      redandblack6s

      My wife and I really liked this movie! I think it's one of the best of the Ghost House Underground series. It has a very intriguing plot, good acting and pretty decent special effects. It's fun to watch and keeps you on the edge of your seat. It kind of reminds me of something from a Stephen King or Clive Barker story. I definitely recommend it! Also, another good one from the Ghost House Underground series is No Man's Land: Rise of the Reeker, the sequel to The Reeker.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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