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The Man in Room 6

USA 2022
produced by
Carrie Juenger, Chad Carpenter for Middle West Movies
directed by Trevor Juenger
starring Jackie Kelly, Bill Oberst jr, David Wassilak, Debbie Rochon, Blaire Winter, Peter Joseph Lewis, Jim Allen, Shawn I. Chevalier, Steve Montana, Dalton Littrell, Shelby Bouren, Victoria Mullen, Frankie Ray, Joe Hammerstone, Carla TenBroek, Don McClendon, Jason Christ, Eric Stanze, Stephen Potter, Vickie Doerr, Gus Stevenson, Karen Druley, James Ross, Charlie Butler, Luci Manno, Stephanie Zhong, Mike Ketcher, Sabrina Alstat, Lucas Anthony Holmes, Belle Reyes Mauretto, Makayla Hufziger, Chad Carpenter, Devney Rosin, Nadia Kulisek, Caitlin Isgriggs, Laura Lynne Dyer, Ellie Wharton, Gloria Richardson, Daniel Irwin, Doris Ogrowsky, Nora Carpenter, Rennie Carpenter, Aurel Carpenter, Natalie Meier, Lauren Prestia, Eva Vandenbroucke, Lily Culpepper, Zelma Culpepper
written by Trevor Juenger, music by Jeremy Flower, Carla Kihlstedt, visual effects by Jake DeNunzio

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Young Carrie (Jackie Kelly) is tasked with looking after 106 year old William (Bill Oberst jr) in a nursing home, and he told her many fantastic stories about his life, like when a mermaid (also Jackie Kelly) saved his life in World War II, and how he died soon after in his wife's (yet again Jackie Kelly) care, but she had to hide his body as he was believed to have died in the war. However, it was either neglect (after all, she has given him one of her cigarettes) or suicide that killed William, but in court it's ruled murder, and she's transferred to an asylum - where she attracts the attention of Dr. Thomas (David Wassilak), which she knows to her advantage, and she manages to make an escape. It's only years later that he catches up with her, an encounter that has him shooting her in the head, effectively killing her. But death isn't always the end ...

Enter Elizabeth (Debbie Rochon), who has become an age-old mortician's (Jim Allen, voiced by Peter Joseph Lewis) in her youth (then played by Blaire Winter), and who has since pretty much taken over business. And in her mortuary, Carrie snaps back to life - and far from freaking out, Elizabeth promises to help her find out what has actually happened to her, and how William is involved in all of this - also because her and Carrie's life are somehow more intertwined than either woman might even suspect ...


While firmly rooted in the genre and employing many of its trope, The Man in Room 6 is by no means your formulaic, run-of-the-mill horror movie, rather a super-naturally steeped mystery that follows nightmare logic and ever so often borders the surreal - but still manages to tell a coherent story that keeps its audience entertained and at the edges of their seats. And opting for a slowburn approach rather than going full spectacle only makes the film creepier, while a very solid ensemble cast keeps things down to earth, making this rather unusual but all the more fascinating genre cinema.


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