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Down a Dark Hall (2018) Movie Information

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Down a Dark Hall (2018)
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Overall Rank:

20475

Avg. Rating:

2.50/4

# of Ratings:

3

Genres:

Fantasy, Thriller

Rating:

PG-13

Language:

English

Theater Date:

08/17/2018

DVD Release:

10/16/2018

Director:

Rodrigo CortÚs

Actors:

AnnaSophia Robb
Uma Thurman
Isabelle Fuhrman
Taylor Russell
Rebecca Front
Rosie Day

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

Kit, a troubled teen is sent to a unique boarding school where she is joined by four other, equally troubled, girls. The headmistress quickly takes their phones and with no Internet, their days are filled with a curriculum based on the arts and mathematics. But as each girls seems to begin to excel in a specific subject, but also seem to get more and more preoccupied and distant. Kit figures out all the girls have a strange connection to someone they have lost - a connection that is amplified at this school - and a dark secret is about to be discovered. -- Chris Kavan

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Higher Learning of the Damned

Down a Dark Hall features a pretty outstanding cast of young actresses. Both AnnaSophia Robb and Isabelle Fuhrman have excelled in several roles - from heartfelt to horror to huge blockbusters. You have Uma Thurman, no stranger to challenging roles and some exiting newcomers in Victoria Moroles and Taylor Russell. Combined, this mostly female-driven cast (still a rarity among films - let alone thrillers) is the best part about the film.

The story starts off solid - troubled young woman Kit (Robb) has been acting out for years following the death of her father (David Elliot). After going through every option her mother (Kirsty Mitchell) and step-father (Jim Sturgeon) finally decide to send her to an all-girls school, Blackwood, designed to help her with these issue. Upon arriving a day ...

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