Don’t Look in the Cellar (Trailer, 2009)
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  • Now that I think about it, that's probably a good thing
  • For all my fellow horror-freaks, I know your asking Is this a remake of Don't Look in the Basement

    • by Ruthie Holida

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      Normally, in the first paragraph of a review, I try and proved information such as the stars, director and such. This time, however, that task became untterly impossible, because although this is a trailer, I can’t find word one about anything else related to this film.

      Now that I think about it, that’s probably a good thing.

      For all my fellow horror-freaks, I know your asking “Is this a remake of Don’t Look in

      the Basement?” Well, I have good and bad news.

      While this particular gem isn’t a remake, you can expect to start seeing evidence of an actual In the Basement remake around 2011.

      I often like independent and lower-budget horror films.

      Once in a while, they tend to be better then their competitors.

      Not so with this one.

      The budget is apparently so low, they can’t afford semi-proper sound equipment, decent actresses or an original ...

      • premise!

        The “villain” is terribly unoriginal along with the story behind it.

        “On Halloween night, a group of college kids break into an abandoned insane asylum where decades earlier several horrible murders occurred.

        One by one they run into SMILEY, the asylum’s remaining resident.

        “-IMDB Question! If the asylum is abandoned, why is there working electricity? Which begs the question, why are they carrying flashlights? And why does the pool

        scene look like the opening to a Cinemax porn? Maybe that’s just me.

        The trailer doesn’t divulge much of the plot, because, well there isn’t much a plot to begin with.

        It’s filled with off-axis shots of a dirty staircase/hallway/basement/random room, strobe lights and (bad)fake blood splatter.

        Needless to say, I think we’ll be seeing this one on a dusty shelf at Blockbuster fairly soon.

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