The Cellar Door
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The Girl Next Door Isn't There Anymore
"THE CELLAR DOOR IS INTENSELY SCARY AND INCREDIBLY SMART. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST HORROR FILMS OF 2007. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND ADD THIS ONE TO YOUR COLLECTION OF THE BEST HORROR TO COME OUT OF THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS."
"YOU'VE GOT YOURSELF A WHITE-KNUCKLE HORROR MOVIE THAT CRUISES TO A SATISFYING BRUTAL CLIMAX."
"8 OUT OF 10 SKULLS. GIVE(S) YOU A FILM THAT IS CREEPY VOYEURISTIC AND HAS THE MAKINGS TO BE A FAN FAVORITE. DEFINITELY DELIVERS WHAT HORROR FANS WANT: SNAPPY DIALOGUE, GREAT FIX AND SOME BLOOD AND CARNAGE IN VARIOUS FORMS. I WOULD SAY THIS MOVIE IS A DEFINITE RENTAL FOR ALL HORROR FANS AND A BUY FOR FANS OF CLASSIC HORROR."
"THE CELLAR DOOR IS A RIVETING AND INTENSE HORROR/THRILLER THAT DELIVERS ON ALL FRONTS, AND MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR HANDS ON THIS INDEPENDENT FILM THAT PLAYS MUCH BIGGER AND BETTER THAN ANY BIG BUDGET HOLLYWOOD FILM IN ITS GENRE IN RECENT MEMORY."THE CINEMATOGRAPHY IS FANTASTIC. THE CAST WAS JUST AS IMPRESSIVE. INTELLIGENT AND GRIPPING.
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Written By: Christopher Nelson
Starring: James DuMont, Michelle Tomlinson, Heather Sconyers
Directed By: Matt Zettell
The girl next door, having coffee, lunch with a friend, shopping, unaware she is becoming an obsession. She has been chosen.
A young woman awakes to find herself imprisoned in a serial killer’s basement. She is not the first to be entrapped in this diabolical torture chamber. She is not the first to captivate his perverse affection, Herman has been searching for the perfect girl, but all he’s collected are pieces a chunk of hair; a severed finger; a jar of blood and now, the alluring and beautiful Rudy.
Imprisoned in a wooden cage and yet refusing to play along in his twisted game, she has only her wits to use against his savage and murderous insanity. Will she win the desperate, hallucinatory game of cat and mouse and escape through the Cellar Door, or die trying?
Behind the Door:
- Interview with director of photography and editor
- Interview with actors
- Horror on the silver screen