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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. nordill2018.se: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. US-amerikanisches Kinoplakat. Deutscher Titel, Zimmer Originaltitel, Produktionsjahr(e), , Regie, Mikael Håfström. Drehbuch.
nordill2018.se: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Zimmer ein Film von Mikael Hafstrom mit John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson. Inhaltsangabe: Mike Enslin (John Cusack) hat zwei erfolgreiche Bücher über. Anfangs enttäuscht ob der Durchschnittlichkeit des Zimmers merkt der Schriftsteller schnell, dass tatsächlich etwas in Zimmer nicht stimmt, doch da ist es.
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. 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.
The hotel is forced to accept him but the manager, Gerald Olin, begs him not to stay there. In his opinion, the room is evil and no one has ever been able to stay in there for more than an hour.
Enslin scoffs at the warning and is soon in the room - from which he soon becomes desperate to leave. Hacked off with his miserable life, the quasi-successful author of spine-chilling ghost stories, Mike Enslin, makes a living debunking supernatural events by visiting sites of reported paranormal activity.
Profoundly cynical, Enslin receives an anonymous postcard warning him not to check into the mysterious room of Manhattan's Dolphin Hotel, of course, only to spark his suspicious interest.
Intrigued, Mike chooses to ignore the hotel manager's insistent warnings of the evil room's grave dangers--and after packing his spirit-detecting gear--he boldly enters a secret realm of bizarre occurrences and surreal instances.
Will Room make for an excellent final chapter in sceptic Mike's new novel? Based on the short Stephen King horror story of the same name, is about supernatural writer Mike Enslin, an author of two successful books on supernatural phenomena.
As research for his latest book, Enslin is determined to check out the notorious room in a New York City hotel by personally staying as a guest in the fabled room.
He believes that is just a myth perpetuated by stories and rumors that Enslin has collected for his past works. However, hotel manager Mr.
Olin has strong objections to Enslin's stay and only warns him of possible danger to come. Enslin is determined to go anyway.
But what Mike Enslin is about to experience is no myth, as truly is a room where the guests don't check out by noon. Sign In.
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