Splatterday Special: Doom Room [Film]

 

 

 

“A woman wakes up locked in a small room with no memory of how she arrived there. Unable to escape, and tormented by a series of paranormal entities, she must uncover the riddle of who she is and how she got here.” – Wild Eye Releasing

Hello there! And welcome to our first Splatterday Special outside of our usual Month of Horror. I figured, why should October be the only month that we decide to scare the shit out of you fine readers? And hot damn if we don’t have a wonderful film to tell you all about today! From the same people that brought you The Harrowing, which we told you about in our last Sunday Matinee of the year, just in time for a good Christmas scare, expect the same level terror with Doom Room!

Doom Room is a film that kicks into gear right, the fuck, away. Holy hell! I have honestly never watched a film that just jumps out with the intensity and furiousness of a god damned jaguar. And what happens as the film progresses becomes an absolutely delightful mindfuck. The pace slows down, but the intensity never does. When you’re 20 minutes into a film and you still have that “What the hell is going on?” thought coursing through your brain, you know you have found something special!

 

 

Writer and Director Jon Keeyes has creating something so dark and intriguing with Doom Room. With Alice In Wonderland-like dialogue and tension building scene set ups, there is something truly haunting about this film. Hayen Tweedie gives an amazing performance, and our dear friend Debbie Rochon knocks it out of the proverbial ball park as she usually does.  Overall, Doom Room is a wonderful psychological thriller. I felt disgusted, some of the time. I felt disturbed, most of the time. I was entertained, the entire time!

 

Doom Room will be available on VoD on January 15th.

 

 

 

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