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Title in Italiano:

Dark Hall

Title in Português:

Corredor Assombrado


Since her father's death when she was a child, Kit Gordy has grown into a troubled teen to the disgust of her mother Ginny and her stepfather Dave Dabrowski. Called to the principal's office of her high school and accused of a failed attempt to burn it, she is expelled, but Dr. Heather Sinclair, member of the staff of the Blackwood Boarding School, appears to offer her a place in the next school year.

Ginny enlists Kit against her will in an attempt to reform her daughter, and Kit travel to Blackwood, an isolated, dark old mansion in the middle of a forest outside the city. There she meets her companions: nice Izzy, shy Ashley, reluctant Sierra, and borderline Veronica, teens as troubled as herself.

During dinner, Kit and the others meet Blackwood's headmistress, Madame Duret, and the rest of the staff: Professor Farley (math); Jules Duret (music); Heather Sinclair (arts); and Mrs. Olonsky, Madame Duret's rude right-hand peacekeeper. Locked in a place without Internet, cell phones, or any other trace of modern technology, Kit watches as everyone changes in strange ways: Izzy develops an extreme obsession for mathematics, Sierra for painting, Ashley for writing, and herself for piano; meanwhile, Veronica seems immune to obsession.

Trapped between strange memory gaps and her love interest in Madame Duret's son Jules, Kit asks Veronica's to discover the reason for their different changes. They investigate the forbidden, ruined wing of Blackwood and discover that all of them--Izzy, Ashley, Sierra, Veronica, and Kit--have one secret in common, and that previous students suffered a horrible fate caused by Blackwood's supernatural forces, and it will be their fate as well unless they find a way to avoid it.

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Down a Dark Hall
From Nowhere
Steps Through Darkness
Lament Song
Fog Song
My Mother's Funeral
Dark Cello
Alone in the Mist
Assassin’s Creed Origins Main Theme
Death Waltz
A Vampires Heart
Ghosts in the Brazos
The Light She Brings
Black Balloon
The Kills: Performer
Jamie Hince: Writer
This Way
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Kit & Jules
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Welcome to Blackwood / This is Where You'll be Sleeping
Víctor Reyes: Performer
In Your Old Lives
Víctor Reyes: Performer
I Think it's a Work of Art
Víctor Reyes: Performer
I Believe She's Learned Her Lesson
Víctor Reyes: Performer
The Tenderness is Gone
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Excelent Work, Sierra
Víctor Reyes: Performer
What Was That?
Víctor Reyes: Performer
I'm Surprised it Took this Long
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Winter / We Are Their Guides, Not Their Teachers
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Bats! / To Them!
Víctor Reyes: Performer
You Don't Sound Like Yourself
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Who's T. C.?
Víctor Reyes: Performer
I Think I Know Where To Start
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Make It Stop! / It's Gone Too Far This Time
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Everyone Is Here For You
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Following Dad
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Víctor Reyes: Performer
This Is The Beginning
Víctor Reyes: Performer
Étude – Reprise
Víctor Reyes: Performer

User reviews

Ashley Parker

The use of music in key scenes, such as the forbidden exploration of the ruined wing of Blackwood, adds tension and suspense, heightening the overall sense of foreboding and danger that permeates the story.

Patricia Thomas

The orchestral arrangements in certain scenes elevate the tension and suspense, creating a sense of unease that keeps the audience engaged and on edge.

Andrew Walker

The soundtrack of Down a Dark Hall felt disconnected from the eerie and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie, failing to enhance the tension and mystery.

Nancy Wilson

The music in Down a Dark Hall effectively enhances the emotional depth of the characters and their struggles. Each character's theme is distinct and adds layers to their personalities, making the audience feel more connected to their individual journeys and transformations.

Melissa Williams

The use of vocal choirs in certain tracks adds a haunting and ethereal quality to the music, underscoring the supernatural elements and otherworldly aspects of the story.

Patricia Lopez

The soundtrack of Down a Dark Hall perfectly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the story, immersing the audience in the dark and haunting setting of Blackwood Boarding School.

Laura Green

The music composition in the movie perfectly reflects the inner turmoil and struggles of the main characters, particularly Kit Gordy, adding depth to their emotional journey.

Joshua Nelson

The choice of music in certain moments felt out of place and distracting, taking away from the immersion in the story and characters' struggles, making it difficult to fully engage with the film.

David Moore

The use of piano melodies in the soundtrack brings a haunting and melancholic quality to the film, resonating with the themes of loss and redemption explored in the plot.

Richard Anderson

The musical motifs and recurring themes in the soundtrack help to establish a cohesive and immersive listening experience, connecting the audience to the unfolding narrative.

Donna Adams

The music enhances the emotional depth of the characters, especially Kit, by conveying her inner turmoil and struggles through haunting melodies and powerful crescendos.

James Miller

The musical score lacked originality and failed to leave a lasting impression, blending into the background without adding depth or emotional impact to key scenes.

Donald Jackson

The incorporation of subtle electronic elements in the music adds a modern touch to the period setting of the film, blending traditional and contemporary sounds seamlessly.

Andrew Thomas

The sound design in Down a Dark Hall effectively complements the visuals, enhancing key moments and heightening the impact of pivotal scenes.

Dorothy Thomas

The composition of the soundtrack is diverse and dynamic, incorporating a mix of classical elements and modern sounds that create a unique and engaging listening experience that complements the unfolding mystery of the plot.

Joseph Taylor

Overall, the soundtrack of Down a Dark Hall is a standout feature of the film, enhancing the storytelling and creating a memorable auditory experience for viewers.

Joseph Thomas

The composition and arrangement of the soundtrack in Down a Dark Hall showcase the talent and creativity of the composer. The seamless integration of classical elements with modern twists provides a unique and memorable listening experience that complements the visual storytelling of the film beautifully.

Donald Adams

The score of the film skillfully captures the duality of light and darkness, mirroring the internal conflicts and external threats faced by the characters in Blackwood Boarding School.

Margaret White

The soundtrack of Down a Dark Hall effectively sets the eerie and mysterious tone of the story, enhancing the suspenseful atmosphere throughout the film.

James Martinez

The soundtrack of Down a Dark Hall perfectly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the story. The haunting melodies and ominous tones create a sense of foreboding that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the film.