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THE MOVIE: Vacancy
U.S. RELEASE: April 20 2007, Nationwide Rated: R
It’s a simple story, and it does seem to cut to the chase as opposed to the other Horror movies in the marketplace these days. Was that one of the things that attracted you to Vacancy?
Do you worrythat audiences could walk into seeing Vacancy expecting to see blood and viscera splattered everywhere à laSaw or Hostel, and will come away disappointed that there wasn’t that graphic violence?
You have a cast in Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale that is a cut above the usual teeny-boopers that inhabit films such as this these days. Were you surprised that they were available and wanting to be on this project?
Are there critters in the nasty hotel room the couple get stuck in?
Was it one of those exclusive bugs?
So there are more rats than bugs in the movie?
Written by David Waldon. Back to top
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