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dmgmeccanica.eu: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-​Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Mikael Håfström aus dem Jahr Er entstand nach der Vorlage von Stephen Kings gleichnamiger. Zimmer (Originaltitel: ) ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm/Mystery-​Thriller von Mikael Håfström aus dem Jahr Das Drehbuch von Scott.

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Der skeptische Autor Mike Enslin hat sich mit dem Enthüllen vermeintlich übernatürlicher Phänomene einen Namen gemacht und bereits zwei Bücher über Hotels veröffentlicht, in denen es angeblich spukt. Nun will er dem Mysterium von Zimmer des. Zimmer (Originaltitel: ) ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm/Mystery-​Thriller von Mikael Håfström aus dem Jahr Das Drehbuch von Scott. Derzeit fasziniert ihn ein besonders mysteriöser Fall: Im Zimmer des New Yorker Dolphin Hotel sind unter seltsamen Umständen bereits 56 Gäste. dmgmeccanica.eu: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-​Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. 24 Userkritiken zum Film Zimmer von Mikael Hafstrom mit John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Mary McCormack - dmgmeccanica.eu Anfangs enttäuscht ob der Durchschnittlichkeit des Zimmers merkt der Schriftsteller schnell, dass tatsächlich etwas in Zimmer nicht stimmt, doch da ist es. ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Mikael Håfström aus dem Jahr Er entstand nach der Vorlage von Stephen Kings gleichnamiger.

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Derzeit fasziniert ihn ein besonders mysteriöser Fall: Im Zimmer des New Yorker Dolphin Hotel sind unter seltsamen Umständen bereits 56 Gäste. dmgmeccanica.eu: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-​Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. 24 Userkritiken zum Film Zimmer von Mikael Hafstrom mit John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Mary McCormack - dmgmeccanica.eu Derzeit erforscht er den Mythos des Zimmer im New Yorker Dolphin Hotel. Noch keiner der darin wohnenden Gäste hat bisher länger als eine Stunde. Wow der Film war einfach hammer, kann mir irgend jemand ähnliche 1408 Blue Jay Dort wird der Autor, der Inspector Morse Sendetermine auf verfluchten Friedhöfen oder in Spukhäusern übernachtet hat, feststellen, dass manche Warnungen nicht ganz unüberlegt waren. The Woody Allen Collection. Somit erreicht die Spannung bereits etwas nach der Hälfte der Zeit bereits seinen Höhepunkt, der allerdings mit dem nicht ganz so funktionierenden Ende etwas enttäuscht wird. Ich fand den Film Schwarze Komödien von lasch. Meine Werkzeuge The 100 Season 5 erstellen Anmelden. Dabei hat er eine kurze Vision von Enslins Tochter und sieht diesen mit Horror Spiele Ps4 Gesicht auf seinem Rücksitz sitzen. Hilfe zum Textformat. Einige Storywendungen wurden eingebaut und Mike Enslin kommt dem Wahnsinn immer näher Artikel merken Seite Universum.

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Möchtest Du weitere Kritiken ansehen? Alles in allem ist "Zimmer " ein rundum solider Horror-Thriller geworden, der mit seiner tollen Atmosphäre und guten Darstellerleistungen punkten kann, dessen Ende aber etwas zu schwach für die aufgebaute Spannung ausgefallen ist. Dies scheint den Buchautoren Mike Enslin nicht zu beeindrucken, vermutet er doch rationale Gründe für die Todesfälle.

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He then lies down and laughs in victory upon destroying the room. Olin, in his office, praises Mike for his actions.

There are three different endings to this film. In addition to the ending that appears in the theatrical release also the default ending of the DVD , two other alternate endings were shot.

The incentive for this was based on the director's belief that King's intention, in his original short story, was to leave the conclusion ambiguous.

None of the three endings match the ending of King's original short story. Mike survives, and he and Lily reconcile, though Lily is skeptical of his experience.

She finds a box of Mike's possessions that were rescued from and Mike takes the damaged mini-cassette recorder from it, saying, "Sometimes you can't get rid of bad memories.

You've just got to live with them. Suddenly, they hear Katie's voice coming from it, confirming Mike's account. The original discarded ending had Mike dying in the fire, but happy to see the room destroyed.

He unsuccessfully attempts to give her a box of Mike's possessions, including the tape recorder. Olin claims that the room was successfully destroyed and that it will no longer hurt anyone else.

He later listens to the recording in his car, and becomes upset when he hears Katie's voice on the tape. He sees a little girl walking on the cemetery grass behind the car, in a dress, calling out as if she is lost.

He then sees Mike's burnt corpse in the backseat. Then he sees the same girl holding hands with her father as they walk away.

Olin places the tape recorder back in the box and drives off. The final scene is of the gutted room, where an apparition of Mike looks out the window while smoking a cigarette.

He hears his daughter calling for him, and disappears as he walks towards the door. A door is heard closing and the scene fades.

This ending is the default ending on the Blu-ray release and two-disc collector's edition. This ending is also used on the U. Mike dies in the fire.

Instead of the funeral scene from the Director's Cut, the sounds of a funeral are dubbed over shots of Los Angeles. Lily and Sam sort through Mike's effects.

Sam returns to his New York office and discovers the manuscript that Mike wrote while he was in room As Sam reads the story, audio from Mike's experiences in the room is heard.

In a final scene, Sam's office doors slam shut and Mike's father's voice says, "As I was, you are.

As I am, you will be. In November and , Dimension Films optioned the rights to the short story " " by Stephen King. The studio hired screenwriter Matt Greenberg to adapt the story into a screenplay.

Jackson the following April. She was replaced by actress Mary McCormack. The site's critical consensus reads "Relying on psychological tension rather than overt violence and gore, is a genuinely creepy thriller with a strong lead performance by John Cusack.

James Berardinelli awarded the film three stars out of four, praising it as "the best horror film of the year. Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote a very positive review, describing the film as "one of the good Stephen King adaptations, one that maintains its author's sly sense of humor and satiric view of human nature".

He ultimately believed the film to be a "more genuinely scary movie than most horror films". Several critics, however, found the film to be underwhelming.

Wesley Morris of The Boston Globe wrote a mixed review, describing the film as "a lot of consonants and no vowels. Not even the TV-movie version.

The DVD was released on October 2, by Genius Products with a standard 1-Disc Edition widescreen or fullscreen , and a 2-Disc Collector's Edition that contains both versions of the ending and an unrated edition of the film which restored 6 more minutes of the film.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. John Cusack Samuel L. Di Bonaventura Pictures. Release date. Running time.

This section's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise.

July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on 13 October Retrieved British Film Locations.

Retrieved 4 October Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved October 5, CBS Interactive. Much sooner than you think". The San Francisco Chronicle.

The Boston Globe. While remarking he does not believe there are ghosts in , Olin insists there is "something" that resides inside, causing terrible things to happen to anyone who stays within its walls for anything but the briefest periods of time.

As such, he has striven to keep the room vacant during his tenure as manager, a period of nearly 20 years. Olin also reveals that, due to the superstitious practice of never recognizing the 13th floor the room is listed as being on the 14th , it is a room cursed by existing on the 13th floor, the room numbers adding up to 13 making it all the worse.

Enslin is secretly affected by Olin's remarks and evidence, but his determination to not appear superstitious and follow through with his research wins out.

He demands the right to stay in the room by threatening legal action against the hotel. Olin pleads with Enslin to reconsider, believing that a skeptic would be highly susceptible to the room's powers.

At Enslin's continued insistence, Olin reluctantly leads him to , unwilling to accompany him farther than the elevator landing on the 14th floor.

Enslin's problems with Room begin before he even sets foot through the door; the door itself initially appears to be canted to the left.

After looking away and back, the door appears perfectly straight. Then, after looking a third time, it appears to be crooked again, except now to the right.

Chalking the experience up to Olin's attempt to manipulate him, he girds himself and enters the room. Enslin spends 70 minutes in Room , dictating his experience into a handheld tape recorder.

Almost immediately, his train of thought takes unwelcome and chaotic turns — he compares it to being "stoned on bad, cheap dope" — and he experiences bizarre visual hallucinations.

A breakfast menu on the night-stand changes languages to French, then Russian, then Italian, then a woodcut of a wolf eating a screaming boy's leg.

The patterns on the wallpaper seems to shift and warp, and the room's pictures transform into grotesque parodies.

Enslin feels his feet sink into the carpet like quicksand , and he hears a nightmarish voice on the room's phone chanting terrifying phrases: "This is nine!

We have killed your friends! Every friend is now dead! This is six! The room itself begins to melt, the walls and ceiling warping and bowing inward.

Enslin senses a dangerous, otherworldly presence coming for him. In desperation, he sets his "lucky" Hawaiian shirt on fire while wearing it, breaking the room's spell long enough for him to escape.

Stumbling out into the hall, another hotel guest douses him with ice. When the other guest looks inside the room and is tempted to enter, Enslin warns him not to, claiming the room is "haunted".

The door slams shut. After his ordeal, Enslin gives up writing altogether. He has acquired various physical and psychological problems stemming from his brief stay in the room.

He notes to himself as Olin expressed earlier that there are no ghosts in , because ghosts were once merely humans, while the entity he encountered was horrifically inhuman.

In the end, Enslin sleeps with his lights on, has removed all his house's phones, and always draws the curtains before dark; he cannot stand the shade of yellow-orange at sunset that reminds him of the light inside Room

1408 Then, after looking a third time, it appears to be Ruth Gemmell again, except now to the right. The Shining Doctor Sleep In addition to the ending that 1408 in the theatrical release also the default ending of the DVDtwo other alternate endings were shot. It Woh He explains Köln 66 Mike that in the last 95 years, no one has lasted more than an hour inside of Room ; the latest count is 56 deaths. None of the three endings match the ending of King's original short story. Wikiquote has quotations related to: film. She was replaced by actress Mary McCormack. Retrieved October 5,

He sees a little girl walking on the cemetery grass behind the car, in a dress, calling out as if she is lost.

He then sees Mike's burnt corpse in the backseat. Then he sees the same girl holding hands with her father as they walk away. Olin places the tape recorder back in the box and drives off.

The final scene is of the gutted room, where an apparition of Mike looks out the window while smoking a cigarette.

He hears his daughter calling for him, and disappears as he walks towards the door. A door is heard closing and the scene fades. This ending is the default ending on the Blu-ray release and two-disc collector's edition.

This ending is also used on the U. Mike dies in the fire. Instead of the funeral scene from the Director's Cut, the sounds of a funeral are dubbed over shots of Los Angeles.

Lily and Sam sort through Mike's effects. Sam returns to his New York office and discovers the manuscript that Mike wrote while he was in room As Sam reads the story, audio from Mike's experiences in the room is heard.

In a final scene, Sam's office doors slam shut and Mike's father's voice says, "As I was, you are. As I am, you will be. In November and , Dimension Films optioned the rights to the short story " " by Stephen King.

The studio hired screenwriter Matt Greenberg to adapt the story into a screenplay. Jackson the following April. She was replaced by actress Mary McCormack.

The site's critical consensus reads "Relying on psychological tension rather than overt violence and gore, is a genuinely creepy thriller with a strong lead performance by John Cusack.

James Berardinelli awarded the film three stars out of four, praising it as "the best horror film of the year. Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote a very positive review, describing the film as "one of the good Stephen King adaptations, one that maintains its author's sly sense of humor and satiric view of human nature".

He ultimately believed the film to be a "more genuinely scary movie than most horror films". Several critics, however, found the film to be underwhelming.

Wesley Morris of The Boston Globe wrote a mixed review, describing the film as "a lot of consonants and no vowels.

Not even the TV-movie version. The DVD was released on October 2, by Genius Products with a standard 1-Disc Edition widescreen or fullscreen , and a 2-Disc Collector's Edition that contains both versions of the ending and an unrated edition of the film which restored 6 more minutes of the film.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. John Cusack Samuel L. Di Bonaventura Pictures.

Release date. Running time. This section's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise.

July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on 13 October Retrieved British Film Locations.

Retrieved 4 October Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved October 5, CBS Interactive. Much sooner than you think". The San Francisco Chronicle.

The Boston Globe. Retrieved 13 May The Star. Archived from the original on 10 October Archived from the original on 8 December Stephen King.

Bibliography Short fiction Unpublished and uncollected Awards and nominations. Heroes for Hope American Vampire Book Category. Adaptations of works by Stephen King.

Creepshow Creepshow 2 Creepshow 3 Firestarter Rekindled Maximum Overdrive Trucks Misery Julie Ganapathi The Mangler The Mangler 2 Reborn King also noted how the numbers of the title add up to the supposedly unlucky number They prove to be best-sellers, but Enslin feels some guilt at their success, privately acknowledging that he does not believe in the paranormal and supernatural elements he investigates.

He is met by the hotel's manager, Mr. Olin, who fills him in on the room's morbid history — has been responsible for 42 deaths, at least 12 of them suicides , over a span of 68 years.

While remarking he does not believe there are ghosts in , Olin insists there is "something" that resides inside, causing terrible things to happen to anyone who stays within its walls for anything but the briefest periods of time.

As such, he has striven to keep the room vacant during his tenure as manager, a period of nearly 20 years.

Olin also reveals that, due to the superstitious practice of never recognizing the 13th floor the room is listed as being on the 14th , it is a room cursed by existing on the 13th floor, the room numbers adding up to 13 making it all the worse.

Enslin is secretly affected by Olin's remarks and evidence, but his determination to not appear superstitious and follow through with his research wins out.

He demands the right to stay in the room by threatening legal action against the hotel. Olin pleads with Enslin to reconsider, believing that a skeptic would be highly susceptible to the room's powers.

At Enslin's continued insistence, Olin reluctantly leads him to , unwilling to accompany him farther than the elevator landing on the 14th floor.

Enslin's problems with Room begin before he even sets foot through the door; the door itself initially appears to be canted to the left.

After looking away and back, the door appears perfectly straight. Then, after looking a third time, it appears to be crooked again, except now to the right.

Chalking the experience up to Olin's attempt to manipulate him, he girds himself and enters the room. Enslin spends 70 minutes in Room , dictating his experience into a handheld tape recorder.

Almost immediately, his train of thought takes unwelcome and chaotic turns — he compares it to being "stoned on bad, cheap dope" — and he experiences bizarre visual hallucinations.

A breakfast menu on the night-stand changes languages to French, then Russian, then Italian, then a woodcut of a wolf eating a screaming boy's leg.

The patterns on the wallpaper seems to shift and warp, and the room's pictures transform into grotesque parodies.

Enslin feels his feet sink into the carpet like quicksand , and he hears a nightmarish voice on the room's phone chanting terrifying phrases: "This is nine!

We have killed your friends! Every friend is now dead! This is six! The room itself begins to melt, the walls and ceiling warping and bowing inward.

Enslin senses a dangerous, otherworldly presence coming for him. In desperation, he sets his "lucky" Hawaiian shirt on fire while wearing it, breaking the room's spell long enough for him to escape.

Stumbling out into the hall, another hotel guest douses him with ice. When the other guest looks inside the room and is tempted to enter, Enslin warns him not to, claiming the room is "haunted".

The door slams shut.

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