Sunday, September 2, 2007

Friday night and 1408

Friday night was spent with friends watched 1408 @ Glorietta, hang out in Dusit's fiesta San Miguel then spent the rest of the night @ El pueblo's sidebar. ooohhhh we have lots of pictures in sidebar.

Sidebar pictures: (some of..)

1408 starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson was adapted from Stephen king's short story was simply amazing. It is more of a thriller than horror but is not a bore. It is a story about a ghostly room that...the twist is "different” and I like it.

The Story from

Michael Enslin’s a talented writer who left behind the world of textured fiction to pen a series of pulp books on haunted locations. Currently at work on his latest project, Ten Nights in Haunted Hotel Rooms, Enslin (John Cusack) comes across a postcard warning him to stay away from the Dolphin Hotel’s room 1408. Curiosity piqued, he begins researching the Dolphin and quickly discovers an unusual number of grisly deaths have occurred in the hotel’s suite 1408.

No one is allowed to stay in 1408 by order of the hotel’s manager, Gerald Olin (Samuel L Jackson). But Enslin, after much pushing and prodding, gets his way and is handed the room’s old-fashioned key (magnetized cards malfunction in 1408’s door…spooky…). After settling into the suite, Enslin – a non-believer – at first tries to make light of the room’s quirky little attributes. But just as he settles in, the room stops playing nice and treats Mr. Enslin to a display of its horrific best.

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