Movie Review: INOPERABLE

INOPERABLE was directed by Christopher Lawrence Chapman from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jeff Miller and stars Danielle Harris, Jeff Denton, Katie Keene, Chris Hahn, Cher Hubsher, Crystal Cordero and Philip Schene.

Danielle Harris stars as Amy, a hospital patient who must battle nature and the supernatural before she ends up trapped for eternity. The young woman wakes up in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching. She realizes the storm has awakened malevolent forces, trapping her in a time loop. She must escape the hospital before the storm passes or she will be trapped in its halls forever. It’s Amy against a hurricane and this mysterious time loop from hell.

Inoperable follows this young woman who wakes up in this hospital while a major hurricane is passing over the area. She quickly realizes that something weird is going on inside because the staff is acting extremely strange and even violent. What happens is, Amy keeps revisting the same moments in time that has already played out since she arrived at the hospital. She also meets up with two other people and the trio find themselves in the ultimate race against time as they try to find a way to escape. Amy and her new friends are trapped in some kind of time loop and every time they pass out or they’re killed, each one wakes up and has to start all over again. With each “do-over,” Amy is able to get a little further along until she finally finds a way to escape this supernatural nightmare – or so she thinks.

Bottom line is, Inoperable was a pretty cool watch with a really unique concept. I don’t think we’ve ever gotten a horror movie that features a hurricane and a time loop before. The story was interesting and the cast did a great job with their characters. It’s always fun to see Danielle Harris show up for her latest adventure and this time it’s a Groundhog Day meets The Twilight Zone event that she has to battle her way through. I thought director Christopher Lawrence Chapman did a really good job telling the story and bringing this eerie world to life on screen. It’s definitely a fast-paced nightmare that these victims are trapped in and there’s lots of terrifying sights and visions to go along with it all plus there’s a few neat twists to go along with that. And yes, there’s plenty of the red stuff so all the gore-loving horror hounds should be easily satisfied! Inoperable is now playing in select theaters and worth a watch.

Distributor: Zorya Films and Millman Productions

Run Time: 85 Minutes

Rated: Not Rated




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