Anna (Sabine Wedde) is hired to babysit somewhere out in the middle of
nowhere, Germany, which sounds easy enough ... even if the news that a
homicidal pedophile (Stefan Peschmann) has just been released from prison
nearby does upset her a bit - but hey, what's the worst that can happen?
Of course, before long, Anna sees a weirdo in a gas mask creeping around
the house, later she even sees him inside, but never really gets hold of
him - which eventually makes her doubt whether the gas mask guy is real at
all or just a figment of her imagination. Anyways, she does call her best
friend Nina (Janette Pissang) for some company, and Nina not only comes
by, she also calls her boyfriend Steven (Marcel Richter), who even before
making it to the house sees the gas mask man, goes after him ... and is
killed and cut in half - unbeknowst to the girls, who wonder why Steven
wouldn't show up. Finally, Nina goes out to pick him up from wherever -
and is quickly disposed of the gas mask man herself. Anna has no idea
about that, but soon she figures something's wrong - but by that time the
killer has already found his way into the house ...
Doors isn't a film that breaks new ground, exactly. Instead it's a
very formulaic slasher movie, complete with some very gruesome gore
scenes, stilted dialogue, two-dimensional characters, and so-so acting.
But this is pretty much what a true slasher fan almost expect from a film
like this, and Lock the Doors' saving graces are its rather
beautiful and interesting cinematography that serves the story very well,
and its many wonderful suspense scenes that raise the film above the usual
hack-em-up. So true slasher fans at least will want to have this!
this has gotten you at all interested, you might as well order the movie