Classroom 6

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3.51 h 16 min201513+
Based on true events, Classroom 6 tells the story of a young reporter, Annie Monroe, who investigates a supposedly haunted school alongside her crew to research allegations that of a mysterious disappearance that took place at the school. As the night goes on, the TV crew will experience strange events and have to fight for their lives.
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Jonas Odenheimer
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Valentina KolaricMike McLaughlinMaurice Mejia
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Horror
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Vince Major
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Jonas Odenheimer
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3.5 out of 5 stars

187 global ratings

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tinyavengerReviewed in the United States on August 20, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
Great premise but falls extremely short on follow through---some spoilers in review
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I really enjoy found footage horror and was very much looking forward to this movie. Unfortunately it is a movie that doesn't pay off. The acting isn't horrible and while for me it wasn't scary but it still could have been a fun movie. It has a promising basis of a professor and student that went missing from the school under mysterious circumstances. The possibility that they were dabbling in things unknown alluded to by students and the administration seemingly wanting to show nothing weird happened in the classroom. A reporter decides to do a documentary film and along comes the expected spend-the-night-locked-in-the-scary-place-with-no-way-out storyline. Along with the film crew team we have a psychic that at one time took this professors class but somehow never really offers any more supporting information as to what exactly the teachings were and what he may have been up to. What was encouraging was that this wasn't some see-all psychic like you normally get. However, shortly after the lock down it feels like they weren't sure what to do with the story. We get a weird mix of happenings that do not seem to correlate at all. I appreciate things happening off camera or allowing the imagination to fill in but there were some missed opportunities. For example when the remaining members come across a female member with her back turned to them after being called by her screams. One member surmises that the screams were never coming from her so they never go near her, it would have been so much more powerful for them to get so close to turning her around and for the screaming to begin again and then realize they were not coming from her and that to be the reason they decide to not turn her around and desert her without following through to see what exactly happened to her or if she could be helped.
The fates that befall the team range from possible portals to occult like markings to invisible forces grabbing to hearing a relative calling out and it never makes any sense. During the interview footage in the beginning when talking with students that supposedly took the class and even supposedly were a part of some experiments barely say anything other than hint at portals which doesn't mesh with the activity they later experience...at least not a lot of it. It would have been a little better if these students that didn't want to talk much maybe provided some notes that the reporter and crew could review on camera to provide a little bit more context and maybe improve the story and paranormal happenings to cohere together. It may have even possibly provided them a springboard as well to determine actions and deaths that flowed better with the story.
However, on the flip side they introduced what felt like what was going to be a big part of the storyline centering around reflective surfaces but then the rest of the movie never provides any follow through on that.
In short, if the storyline and paranormal happenings had more cohesion I think this movie would have been pretty good. The lack of this was this movies downfall.
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Rob HReviewed in the United States on June 2, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
It's Extrasensory Perception, Jonas!
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OK—I gave it a 3 because I finished it and I thought there were some decent scares even though this movie follows the Grave Encounters storyline with minor variations. The script has some big howlers in it. (For example, the psychic says he has "extrasensorial" perception, and later he said "inherited risk" when obviously the word that was meant was "inherent." Hey everybody, there are great electronic word resources out there to consult when you're not sure of a word. Or hire an editor—we work pretty cheap.) I did like that the action seemed to take place in one night and that they weren't strangely plunged into some dark dimension where time stopped (as happened in Grave Encounters). One shadowy image and I think a demonic arm or hand appeared: minimal special effects but I thought that added to the tension. One weird conflict between two male characters didn't lead to any sort of payoff, so was basically an unmotivated plot point. A jump scare in the credits might have been really nice. Jonas hasn't done anything since 2015, but I hope he does—there's some promise here.
CrystalReviewed in the United States on June 26, 2017
1.0 out of 5 stars
I really like the whole found footage genre
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Sadly, the trailer was scarier than the whole movie! After seeing the trailer way back in the day, I was hyped to see but not hyped enough to pay to see. Waited for it to come to Amazon Prime but no such luck It finally arrived, but with a $3.00 price tag. Fair enough Amazon, I'll meet you halfway O_o

Barely worth the $3! $.99 maybe but not $3! In any case, in typical found footage fashion, a group of *fill in the blank* students from *fill in the blank* university are filming *fill in the blank genre* film about alleged hauntings, led by spunky girl, along with skeptical dude, jerk slacker dude, scared dude, psychic dude, etc and shenanigans ensue.

Look, I really like the whole found footage genre, when done in either an original and/or scary way. This was neither. Pass.
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ZarrathozReviewed in the United States on August 27, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Seen this before!
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It is your basic found footage film that includes all the same characters as every other B-rated FF paranormal film on Amazon. You have the over eager reporter, the joke making camera guy, the cocky guy who always tries to fight with someone, the quiet girl, the guy that's just there for an extra kill, and the psychic (bonus points for not turning out to be a fake psychic this time). They go to make a documentary on a supposed haunting and they find out it's real and it starts pulling them off screen. It isn't bad. It isn't good. It is your standard found footage ghost hunters flick.
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Micah, the movie loverReviewed in the United States on October 18, 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
CLASSROOM 6 is a pretty scary film that one should watch at night, with all the lights out.
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I agree with the other reviewer, Ariana, except that I found it scarier than she did. CLASSROOM 6 did a pretty good job of making me jump and that doesn't happen to me too often, anymore. I wish that the filmmakers had been able to include more facts that had to do with the first disappearances of the teacher and student and had interviewed more of the previous students, mainly to find out if they had anymore insight into what the teacher was trying to do in opening these various portals. I think they should have given the psychic, Jack, a more developed role; one that would've had him know alot more about what actually was going on in the teacher's courses and exactly how he came to believe in the paranormal. I think had he been a bit more knowledgeable about some of the darker aspects of the paranormal, it could've been much scarier. I did like the fact that the movie gave the viewer a chance to use their own imaginations without putting in a ton of special effects.
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Kevin McFarlandReviewed in the United States on May 4, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Like Grave Encounters, but not.
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It is a super low-budget horror flick that, if you have seen it, will seem very familiar to Grave Encounters (even though that was an mental hospital and this is a school). The acting is not the greatest, but the director does a very nice job of setting the mood and tone of the film. The use of some easy-to-miss ghostly faces and subtleties really lend themselves well to the movie. You will certainly be looking at mirrors and little movements out of the corner of your eyes a little bit differently.

Not too graphic, as there is very little blood. There are a few jump scares, but most of this short movie is wrapped up in dialogue. Tension doesn't actually start really building until about 30 minutes in, and then it's a slow crescendo until it jumps right up right near the end.
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FrancineReviewed in the United States on September 9, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
I couldn't even get started
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The camera work is so bad, from the first frames the film looks unwatchable. And then we get the actors. Yikes. I'm going to start it again closer to the middle to see if it gets better.
UPDATE: It does not get better. The camerawork is truly stomach churning. I'm a fan of the found fiction genre, and this is the first film that has given me motion sickness.
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Liz K.Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
If you like found-footage horror movies.......
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You will like this! I love horror movies, and even though I hate to admit it, I love the "found-footage" genre. One thing about the recent releases in this genre.....like "Jeruzalem" and "Nightlight", which I have watched recently.....is that if you can tolerate watching them more than once, you catch onto some really awesome plot points and visual effects. This happens in "Classroom 6". Its not the best plot, but the cast was actually decent, and it was worth a watch!
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