So since it was so disjointed, here are some thoughts I jotted down during the movie:
- Teresa went to Mexico. Now she has a knife and is thinking of doing something bad, (such as starring in this movie).
- Deb? asks stranger for money to get a hot chocolate. Stranger give hers $5. Deb gets mad. Sarcastically tells stranger to dig into purse because she can do better than that. Seriously? WTF? Someone punch Deb in the throat.
- 20 minutes - still no plot
- Why does this girl keep running outside to puke on the brick walkway?
- Teresa's brother Red is missing. I guess this is him since he has red hair.
- 28 minutes. She keeps a gas can in the van she's living in and she's sniffing it.
- Here we go - they're locked in a room with lots of bottles, one marked urine.
- Everyone is an a-hole!
- This isn't horror! This is drama with people inexplicably locked in rooms with jars of urine and a guy in a strange mask who visits them and asks them questions.
- She's out of towels and I hate her.
- That is not a motel room doorknob, it's too nice.
- Yay! Is she dead? Smother her.
- Okay we have a plot: grandma died, had a shifty insurance company who hired an attorney to investigate... something because insurer doesn't want to pay.
- Now someone else is locked in a room. Are all the jars urine? They're drinking them without a problem.
- Why are they locking people in rooms?
- It's been 51 minutes and there's still an hour left in this thing?!? AARRGGGHHH!!!!
- WTF? Now there's a ventriloquist? Seriously, beat the hell out of it.
- Red's talking pretty tough for a nose picking, urine drinking, impotent red head with an anger problem.
- No!! No more new characters!
- That childs blood is so chocolately. "She's fresh..." with chocolatey goodness.
- Another character and even more sarcasm
- "Well I guess we just hate each other, don't we? But what I want to know is who killed grandma?"
- Exposition to explain what the hell we just watched? Screw you movie!
- Did you just lock yourself in a room, you freakin' idiot? Yup, she sure did.
- Scariest thing in movie is mask looking through door and it's not scary at all.
|The previous shots made the van appear to be isolated,|
but she's actually at the edge of a parking lot.
|Yes, the best way to determine if you have any|
gasoline is to look down the nozzle and sniff it.
Note: she keeps the gas can inside the van she's sleeping in
|Mexican wrestler sighting|
|If they were really evil, they wouldn't put|
labels on the urine and water.
|Red and his charcoal hobo bruise|
|Why no one attacks this guy is beyond me. His mask is off|
putting, but he looks easy to overpower. At the very least
you could smash the jars of urine over his head.
|I'm wondering why she's hanging out in a hotel hallway.|