The engineer Dana, her significant other David and their child Lucas move to a segregated house in the field looking for a restart of their lives after the demise of their infant little girl in a terrible mishap. Dana catches clamors in the upper room and finds a concealed bolted room. Before long she finds the keys and is spooky by the abhorrent soul of an old man. She looks into and discovers that old country houses had frustrations room where impeded and distorted kids were bolted to stay away from shame to the customary families. Promote, the spirits of the first proprietor of the house, Judge Blacker, and his little girl are as yet caught in the house. In any case, just Dana is proficient to see and reach them and David trusts she is hallucinating. At the point when Judge Blacker debilitates the life of Lucas, Dana tries to secure him however she doesn't know of what is reality or wander off in fantasy land.
|violence||Various portrayals of infliction of pain and injuries are depicted with some detail of blood and gore, but are never prolonged or frequent. Throughout the film, there are several scenes of violence portrayed with little detail of bloodshed or injury. However, there is a scene in the film where the violence can be quite impactful, depicting an elderly man smothering a young boy with a pillow and holding him down under the pillow for some time. The boy's mother rushes into the room and bludgeons the man in the head repeatedly with a hammer. The blows are depicted in a realistic manner, with blood splattering from the gaping wound on the man's head. Such depictions of violence would make the film more suited for an older teen audience.|
|profanity||There are several utterances of the expletive "fuck" throughout the film.|
|frightening||'The Disappointments Room' is a horror film revolving around Dana, a young woman recovering from a traumatic incident. Looking for a fresh start, she moves to a rural house in a small town, along with her husband and son. One day, she unlocks a a room in the attic of the house, triggering a series of unexplainable events that threaten her sanity, as well as the viewer's. Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for violent content, bloody images, some sexuality and language|