Country of Hotels (2019) Movie Review

Country of Hotels – Movie Review

Country of Hotels

Director: Julio Maria Martino

Writer: David Hauptscein (Screenplay)


Plot: A room in an anonymous hotel has a profoundly dark effect on all who stay there.

Runtime: 1 Hour 45 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Country of Hotels starts as we meet Brenda (Hewlett) and Roger (Leitch) a couple spending a night in the hotel. They have their own insecurities which start to get exposed as the night unfolds. Elsewhere, we meet ruthless salesman Pauly (Leese) who is also staying in the hotel.

Finally, we get to meet Derek (Laurence) a lonely man who gets caught up watching a call girl on television. As all three spend time in the hotel, things start to get out of hand and they experience unexplainable consequences.

Verdict on Country of Hotels

Country of Hotels is a series of horror tales from the same hotel room. It follows the guests dealing with difficult situations they can’t understand as their nightmares start to come to life. Each story has strengths and weaknesses, as well as diving into different types of fears.

This does give us a couple of nice horror tales; each one goes in a different direction. We get to dive into the fears and see the nightmares being created. However, the stories can feel a little bit short and we could get a lot more out of the events. Saying, this we could easily return for more creepy tales in the future.

Final Thoughts Country of Hotels is a nice set of horror tales.

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