DATE OF SCREENING 4 June 2007 TIME 6:30 pm
WHERE: Cineworld Cinemas
LONDON Southside Shopping Centre, Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4TF
BIRMINGHAM 181 Broad Street, Birmingham, B15 1DA
CARDIFF Mary Ann Street, Cardiff, CF10 2EN
GLASGOW 7 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3AB
SHEFFIELD Valley Centertainment, Broughton Lane, Sheffield, S9 2EP
BRISTOL Hengrove Leisure Park, Hengrove Way, Bristol, BS14 0HR
EDINBURGH Fountain Park, 130/3 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH11 1AF
MILTON KEYNES Xscape, 602 Marlborough Gate, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3XZ
BRADFORD Bradford Leisure Exchange, Vicar Lane, Bradford, BD1 5LD
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David Fox (Luke Wilson) and his soon-to-be ex-wife Amy (Kate Beckinsale) are returning home after what is to be the last trip of their marriage. Taking a shortcut, the bickering couple soon find themselves lost and holed up in an empty motel on a dark, deserted highway, their arrival distracting night manager Mason (Frank Whaley) away from his grim-looking horror movies.
Resigned to spending a final night together, the couples sleep is disturbed by what theyre assured is vagrants breaking into the room next door. Unable to get any shut-eye, David starts watching the videos hes found in the room. Recognising the horror style from Masons video, the couple start to realise that the disturbing footage is real; the suite is kitted out with hidden cameras and David and Amy are to be the latest stars of their sadistic captors next snuff flick. Vacancy is released on 15 June.