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Vacancy 2007

description written by member Zara:

A couple's car breaks down in the middle of nowhere and they decide to take up temporary residence in a creepy little motel where the only entertainment is from the television. Only problem is that the movies being shown on the TV look like they're not just the standard slasher flicks but real life movies filmed in the motel room the couple is in.

Release Date:April 20th, 2007
MPAA Rating:R
Directed By:
No image existsNimr�od Antal
Written By:
No image existsMark L. Smith
Kate BeckinsaleKate Beckinsale
No image existsFrank Whaley
Luke WilsonLuke Wilson
No image existsKym Stys
No image existsAndrew Fiscella
No image existsKevin Dunigan
No image existsDale Waddington Horowitz
No image existsRichie Varga
No image existsCary Wayne Moore
No image existsRichie Varga

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Vacancy Movie Review by Chris (10/13/2008)

'Vacancy', directed by Nimrod Antal, is a basic thriller/horror movie. Deeply reminding me of films like 1408 and Identity, two other films which worked with motels and killings, some supernatural. But 'Vacancy' doesnt work with ghosts or supernatural beings, instead it works with natural terror. It basically ask's the...

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Vacancy Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/17/2008)

I have thought Nimrd Antal to be a promising director since Kontroll, and he is showing his stuff again in this film. There is suspense, there is humor, there is torture porn, if only on TV, and there are surprises a plenty.

Sure, I got this one because of Kate Beckinsale (Laurel Canyon, Van Helsing, Underworld), and...

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Vacancy Movie Review by Lark (8/28/2007)

The back of the DVD said something along the lines of making the viewer "squirm in their seats", and squirm I did indeed. There was suspense aplenty, lots of darkness, and a pretty spooky (if a little unoriginal) premise. I just couldn't help but think these people were a couple of boneheads, I did a whole lot more...

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Vacancy Movie Review by Zara (8/25/2007)

Hmm... I wonder why he's not on the cast list. (Ethan Embry, that is. I love that guy.)

Bright point: The movie is excellently shot, the cinematography shines in golden hues, like the dawn peeking through the curtains. It's appropriately dark when it needs to be and harsh the other times. All of this adds to creating the...

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Vacancy Movie Review by Jenny (8/17/2007)

Horror movies are a dime a dozen these days. The horror genre has expanded to fit so many new sub-categories (the "PG-13 horror", the "torture-porn", the "Asian horror re-make", etc.) that audiences can quickly get burned out. The release date for "Vacancy" was probably not the best. In April alone audiences saw...

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