Saturday, September 29, 2007

October 2nd, 2007 Releases


Kate Says: I actually loved this movie. It reminds me a little of the classic horror films, in the sense that, rather than blood and guts, it relies on psychological "terror" to frighten you. And it actually creeped me out, not to mention it has a lot of "jumpy" scenes. I thought John Cusack was great in the main role, as a cynical horror-writer who doesn't actually believe in anything paranormal. He write books like 'America's 10 most haunted hotels' and when he recieves a mysterious postcard warning him not to stay in room 1408 of a certain hotel, of course he has to. Samuel L. Jackson plays the hotel manager who tries in vain to dissuade Cusack's character from spending a doomed night in the "evil f***ing room". "1408" had its humourous moments, a lot of creepy scenes and was, overall, very well done. Given the option between the theatrical ending and the director's cut ending, I actually preferred the theatrical one; it leaves you thinking a bit more whereas the director's cut just ties everything up nicely.

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