Neither version of the story is a bad film, if you like the intesity solving puzzles before doom strikes.
#EscapeRoom is enjoyable, forgettable and occasionally inspired. It’s not a lot, but it’s better than more movies about hugging, learning and devious royalty.
None of this is bad. It’s mostly bland thrills and chills where women overcome what weak men and demons put them through. It doesn’t further the journey, like the second and best film in the series. It’s just another loose strand that tries to add to the outfit.
Director Gregory Plotkin Starring Chris J. Murray, Brit Shaw, Dan Gill, Ivy George, Olivia Taylor Dudley Screenplay Jason Harry Pagan, Andrew Deutschman, Adam Robitel, Gavin Heffernan When viewing the Paranormal Activity series, one gets the indelible feeling of disintegration and […]