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Vacancy

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When David and Amy Fox's car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, they are froced to stay at the only motel around. After realizing that the low-budget slasher movies they're watching were all filmed in the very room they're sitting in, the couple finds hidden video cameras in their room and understand that unless they escape, they'll be the next victims of a snuff film.
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JoBlo's Movie Emporium
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October 05, 2007

Very creepy.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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September 30, 2008

An unpleasant and hardly entertaining creepy horror road movie that comes up as vacant as an empty room.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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April 20, 2007

Vacancy, in the end, simply offers a particularly aggressive brand of couples counseling.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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September 20, 2007

All things considered, not half bad. Indeed, it's much less than half bad.
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USA Today
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April 20, 2007

It's welcome to see another movie that relies more on apprehension and suspense than torture chambers. Vacancy might not get Mr. Hitchcock smiling from above. But he won't be spinning in his grave, either.
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Georgia Straight
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July 06, 2010

Once the fight-for-their-lives plot kicks in, unfortunately named director Nimród Antal keeps the action intense and well paced.
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Time Out
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June 14, 2007

It's not pretty, but it's certainly vacant.
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July 17, 2008

[Director Nimrod] Antal does such a good job that you almost overlook the absurdities built into the screenplay.
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New York Post

April 20, 2007

Packs a lot of old-fashioned shocks into its taut 80-minute running time.
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Washington Times
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July 04, 2008

Vacancy is a no-nonsense, no ambition thriller, but sometimes that's more than enough to please.
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Time Out
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April 21, 2007

Vacancy may be trying to bridge both worlds, but it ends up straddling the fence.
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Toronto Star
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April 20, 2007

The point of Vacancy is the terror, not the torture. Horror is vastly more effective when left to the mind's eye and it is what we can't see in Vacancy that truly frightens.
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