Heartstopper (2006) Movie Review

Heartstopper (2006)

2006 | Horror, Thriller
85 minutes /

User Score: 38/100


Two hospitalized young people discover that things can get even worse when the dilapidated institution is stranded by a severe storm and a maniac stalks the corridors butchering the patients and staff.

Heartstopper Review

When Sheriff Berger (Robert Englund) executes serial killer Chambers (James Binkley) in the electric chair, it seems like it’s the end for the world’s most violent criminal – but it’s only the beginning.  Chambers escapes from the hospital morgue and proceeds on a bloodthirsty rampage through the locked down hospital. Fighting alongside Sheriff Berger are young hospital patients Sara Wexler (Meredith Henderson), and Walter (Nathan Stephenson). The two youths struggle to stay alive in a hospital rapidly filling with blood, along with the help of Nurse Grafton (Laura De Carteret).  Chambers’ thirst for violence grows with every gruesome murder and it becomes clear that although he relies on the souls of others to survive, he is particularly fixated on that of Sara Wexler with whom he shares an unholy bond.  In a brutal showdown Chambers kills Sheriff Berger, leaving Sara and Walter to fend for themselves against the supernatural evil.  Trapped in the hospital, they can only run for so long…

About Heartstopper (2006)

Title: Heartstopper
Original Title: Heart Stopper
Year: 2006
Runtime: 85 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 1.85/5 stars from 8 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 8
Starring: Robert Englund, Ted Ludzik, Amy Lalonde, James Binkley, Laura de Carteret, Scott Gibson, John Bayliss, Christopher Cordell, Meredith Henderson, Nathan Stephenson, Michael Cram, Celine Lepage, Sara Vanderlinden, David Roche, Nicholas A. Catalano, Drew Carnwath, Jeremy Chow, Richard Henley, Geoff Scovell, Graham Hines, Lisa Young, Steve Popp Jr., Kris Ryan, Graham Chivers, Kaleigh Nevin, Mark Day, Shannon Boodram, Kristen Broderick, Hailey Colby, Katanya Darling-Schotkamp
Writers: Vlady Pildysh, Warren P. Sonoda
Director: Bob Keen

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