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If Clive Barker had written an episode of The Twilight Zone, it might have looked something like Cube. A handful of strangers wake up inside a bizarre maze, having been spirited there during the night. They quickly learn that they have to navigate their way through a series of chambers if they have any hope of escape, but the problem is that there are lethal traps awaiting if they choose their route unwisely. Having established some imaginative and grisly punishments in store for the hostages, cowriter and director Vincenzo Natali turns his attention to the characters, for whom being trapped amplifies their best and worst qualities. The film is, in fact, similar to a famous episode of Rod Serling's old television series, though Natali's explanation for why these poor people are being put through hell is a lot closer to the spirit of The X-Files. Cube has some solid moments of suspense and drama, and the sets are appropriately striking: one is tempted to believe at first the characters are lost inside a computer chip. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Can't remember when I first came across this, but was pleasantly surprised. I found the premise to be unique from anything else in the genre and the fact that it was Canadian was a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by James Lee
This is one of those movies that deals more on human psychology and interaction than action, personally i found it was really good, not the best but really fun to watch. Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2013 by Bryan
The Cube(released Sept/97)is a wonderful Canadian production,starring Nicole De Boer(Dax in DS9),Maurice Dean Wint as Quentin,Nicky Guadagni as Dr. Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2013 by Robert Badgley