Rent Kingdom Come (2014)

2.4 of 5 from 48 ratings
1h 35min
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A group of strangers awake, trapped inside an abandoned mental hospital. With no apparent way out, and no one sure how they got there, they begin searching for a way to escape. As they explore the cold, dark maze of corridors they realize they are not alone and that they are being stalked by supernatural forces with sinister intentions. As they begin to unravel they realize that it might not be them that are trapped inside, but something truly evil that is locked outside! In this place nothing is what it seems and the decisions they make will seal their fate forever.
, , William Foley, , , , Jo Jo Karume, , Ellie O'Brien, , Korinne Goudreau, Emily Deruytter, Matthew Chiu, Katherine Prentice, , , Stephanie Marie Capeling, Margarita Giliadov, Madison Crocker,
Dwight Coughlan, Gary Elmer, Greg A. Sager
Greg A. Sager, Geoff Hart, A. Jaye Williams
High Fliers Video Distribution
Horror, Thrillers
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Run Time:
95 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.35:1

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At first I wasn’t expecting much from this film. It seemed initially to be a clone of the ‘Saw’ films, but it proved to become much more than that. A group of ably acted, abrasive characters wake up in an abandoned building with no memory of how they got there.

As the films rolls on, we become aware that they all have grim stories to tell; their flaws are many and it appears they may even have ended up in Hell – especially as one of their number Daniel (Jason Martorino) is revealed as major villain with an assortment of partially successful demons (thankfully untouched by CGI). Having cast the cultured-sounding Martorino, I question the wisdom of then giving him lines like ‘just kill the mother-fucker already’ which sound unconvincing.

And yet his performance is otherwise very good – and so is that of the little girl Ceilia (Ellie O’Brien) who manages a potent performance even when given some punishing lines. A very enjoyable film.

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