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A Room to Die For

A Room to Die For

Enjoy your stayJan. 16, 2017 UK84 Min.
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8.6 1,631 votes

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Cast

Jon Campling isGary the Tramp
Gary the Tramp
Michael Lieber isMark Crowe
Mark Crowe
Frederik Wolf isDetective Teller
Detective Teller
Vas Blackwood isDetective McQueen
Detective McQueen
Antonia Davies isJosephine Baker
Josephine Baker
Lorena Petani isJill Scott
Jill Scott
Ben Ellis isJason Scott
Jason Scott

Synopsis

When a broke young couple rent a room in an elderly couples London house it becomes apparent no one is what they really seem.

A Room to Die For
Original titleA Room to Die For
IMDb Rating3.8 225 votes
TMDb Rating10 1 votes

(4) comments

  • logismumJanuary 21, 2017Reply

    Way better than I expected.

    A bit slow to start with and not overly captivating until short
    exposures into what is to come, flash, they keep you interested and the
    last half an hour is horribly good.. This film went from what seemed
    like it might be a monotone drab, expectedly boring film to a
    thriller/horror with a few rather disturbing scenes, that old man is
    probably going to be in my worst nightmares, I do feel disturbed for
    life after watching this, and psychological thrillers are my favourite
    genre, so…. A satisfying end, exposing how vastly different Jill was,
    to who she was when they first moved in with the older couple. The old
    man is an actor I would like to see more of, IF I can get past the
    hauntings of this film, he is a great actor. The main girl Jill, is
    really good too, she is very believable, the rest just do their jobs.

    This has the squirm factor that may trigger some people, not for a
    family sit down!

  • iamthehollowJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    Way worse than anyone expected.

    Can’t believe someone gave this a 10…he must be incredibly hard to
    please, this film is just bad, predictable nonsense with horrible
    embarrassing acting from everyone but Christopher Craig…there are no
    surprises, none, what you expect to happen in the first ten minutes is
    literally what will occur, it’s a really pointless, needlessly
    gratuitously violent grubby little film, I didn’t like it at all.

    It certainly isn’t worth a ten off anyone and I can only assume this
    person has a vested interest.

    I don’t know what it is with this new fad of a ‘young couple with a new
    house that hides a terrible secret’ thing the film industry is doing, I
    think I prefer ghosts.

  • dcarsonhagyApril 4, 2017Reply

    A Very Nasty Movie

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • Claudio CarvalhoMay 12, 2017Reply

    Disturbing and Underrated Low-Budget Horror Film

    In London, the aspiring stand-up performer Mark Crowe (Michael Lieber)
    is financially supported by girlfriend Jill Scott (Loren Peta) that
    works in a call center. They find a room that they can afford rent in
    the isolated house of the old couple Henry Baker (Christopher Craig)
    and Josephine Baker (Antonia Davies). Mark stays in the room expecting
    to write gags while Jill works but he is disturbed by the noise of the
    Baker’s baby or by Henry. Soon there is a friction between Mark and
    Henry, but Jill convinces her boyfriend to stay in the place. Jill’s
    snobbish brother Jason Scott (Ben Ellis) offers a job to Markr but he
    feels offended. One day, Mark snoops around in the house and discloses
    a creepy secret about Henry and Josephine Baker with tragic
    consequences.

    ”A Room to Die For” is a disturbing and underrated low-budget horror
    film with a non-chronological screenplay that gives a smart open
    interpretation for Jill’s last scene. Loren Peta is amazing in the role
    of a young woman that loves her boyfriend and has a terrible fate. The
    veteran Christopher Craig has also great performance in the role of a
    creepy character. The film is graphic and not recommended for sensitive
    viewers. My vote is six.

    Title (Brazil): Not Available

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