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Every nightmare has a beginning.
Cube Zero is the third film in the trilogy yet this time instead of a film about people trapped in a deadly cube trying to get out we see it from the eyes of someone who is controlling the cube and the torture of the victims inside. When the nerd can’t stand to see a woman suffer he himself enters the cube to try and save her.
YES!!! Old school Cube is back in da house! Don'tcha just love when that happens!
Intriguing story inside and outside of the Cube! A whacked out villain sets just the right tone!
Tricked out traps! Fiendishly Fun and Gory-licious! What more could you ask for!
Even bloody worse.
This time some who works with the Cube goes in there to actually save the human mice.
How stupid are these people?
I hate this place.
"Do you believe in God? It all hinges on that?!"
A small step up from Hypercube, but then again it'd be pretty difficult to be worse. Zero doesn't feel the same as the previous two, it keeps cutting away to tedious scenes set outside the cube and that ruined the atmosphere a little for me. The entire first half seemed to be comprised of those scenes outside the cube followed by a glorious but random death scene.
Certainly a step up from HyperCube, they give a bit more of an explanation and while it still has some unexplained points it makes sense while making you think about during and after watching it.
This is billed a prequel and gives some clues towards the original, the issue for me is the fact that they try and give some reasons, such as the yes or no question and it gives the impression of a much bigger picture with not enough on the why or the how which bothers me based on what they do try and tell you, like this explanation it is a bit confused.
Overall if you liked the first film then this film will work well for you.
Contrary to reviews I'd read this was actually quite good, the stuff set outside the cube bites but the stuff inside the cube is actually close to the original film's quality
Interesting prequel. I really enjoyed it
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
After watching the extremely disappointing sequel to Cube, "Cube²: Hypercube," I was hesitant about watching the prequel. However, "Cube Zero" proved to be a more bearable film, with a fresh change in pace and more.. realistic, approach to the series. For me, the best part of this film was the wrap-around storyline. Seeing everything loop back to the original Cube, a movie I had seen dozens of times prior, gave a very nostalgic touch to the movie. There's nothing particularly great about this film otherwise, and I personally would have preferred a movie that took place manly inside the Cube- but this was still enjoyable.
Builds on the virst cube movies. What happens if one of the guys of the control room is locked in the cubes ? Once again: will he make it out?
Whereas Cube 2 overcomplicated itself into a frenzy, Cube Zero keeps it simple once again while also offering a little more insight into what's going on. My biggest fear going in was that they were going to explain too much. Thankfully, that's not the case. The cube itself is still a bit of a mystery and Zero adds some more intrigue onto it by showing two technicians, who are almost just as trapped as the people inside the cube. The gore is top-notch once again, the actors are fine and likable, and the traps are creative. However, the one-eyed villain who acts like a cheap Christoph Waltz took me out of it, as did the CGI effects, which are still…
Again, solid! I love the behind-the-veil look at the people responsible for the titular cubes, especially Michael Riley's incredible hammy supervisor character. We really need to cherish these successful horror movie sequels and prequels when we get them!
Fun, entertaining. Not as good as the first but also doesn't take itself so seriously. Sone nice character acting and tongue-in-cheek humor make it a more worthy successor to the original than Cube 2.
prelude to stuck in a box
Prequel to Cube revealing some mysteries about the terror prison.
The premise still offers enough material to provide for another horrifying tale.
Just came across this by accident on TV, and couldn't turn it off. Some decent cube kills, and you know, I watched til the end. Decent!
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