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Review: Shudder’s The Room Plays as an Unnerving Tragedy

Review: Shudder’s The Room Plays as an Unnerving Tragedy

It’s funny how circumstances of the world can alter our perception. On its face, The Room could be a by-the-book horror film like any other. However, in the time of Covid-19, when many of us are (pessimistically) prisoners in our own homes, a warped tale about being trapped seems to hit a little harder. And more effectively.

In The Room, a young couple seeks to start life anew in a remote country house. In the midst of their fixer-upper project, they discover a strange room that has the ability to grant wishes. What starts as shallow wishes for trinkets and extravagances takes a turn when the young wife wishes a baby boy into existence. As their circumstances become increasingly bizarre, the couple begins to wonder if the Room has trapped them forever.

Directed by Christian Volckman in his live-action feature debut, the Shudder Original film stars Olga Kurylenko and

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