So here we go again…another derivative suburban haunted house horror showcase featuring a harried heroine’s beleaguered state of mind from the wicked walls within her household’s creepy confines. The aptly entitled The Disappointments Room is the latest flaccid floorboard frightfest that tries to turn its predictable creaks into gloomy gold. Instead, The Disappointments Room is yet another redundant devious domicile drama that clumsily blends stagy supernatural suspense with victimized mental illness overtones.
Unlike the recent hair-raising, house haunting gem such as David F. Sandb... read the rest.
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