She is not the first to be entrapped in this diabolical torture chamber. She is not the first to captivate his perverse affection, Herman has been searching for the perfect girl, but all he’s collected are pieces – a chunk of hair; a severed finger; a jar of blood – and now, the alluring and beautiful Rudy. Imprisoned in a wooden cage and yet refusing to play along in his twisted game, she has only her wits to use against his savage and murderous insanity. Will she win the desperate, hallucinatory game of cat and mouse and escape through the Cellar Door, or die trying?
More b-movie horror than psychological thriller...
- The Cellar Door review by CP Customer
Students would be embarrassed to produce this pile of steaming no. 2. The 'arty' camera work is just plain irritating, the acting is poor at best and the speaking (while sparse and ill considered) is muffled as though it's a bad copy (not suggesting it is)! Continuity and special effects make up are a joke. I would rate this zero but the lowest rating is 1 which I give begrudgingly.
If gratuitous, cheap tosh is your thing you'll love it. Everybody else trot on and save yourself the 86 minutes.
I disagree with the 'psychological thriller' category; I'd say it were more 'B-movie horror'