December 4, 2018: Your Chance to Preview Escape Room

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A Brief History

Science fiction psychological horror thriller film fans of John Carroll University, here is your chance to be among the first in Cleveland, Ohio to see Escape Room on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 7:00 PM at Cinemark in Valley View, Ohio!  For your chance to get a pass, please log on to SonyScreenings.com/Redeem and enter the code: Escape473927.  This pass is valid for up to two seats.  Seating is first-come, first-served and is not guaranteed.  You must be with your guest to enter.  Saving seats for other parties is prohibited.

Digging Deeper  

In Escape Room, six strangers are invited to compete in a series of immersive escape rooms; however, when they discover that whoever leaves the room last will die, they must use their wits to survive.

Escape Room is directed by Adam Robitel and stars Logan Miller as Ben, Deborah Ann Woll as Amanda Harper, Taylor Russell as Zoey, Tyler Labine as Mike, Jay Ellis as Jason, and Nik Dodani as Danny.

The film will be released in the United States on January 4, 2019.

Teaser poster

Questions for students: Have you ever been to an escape room?  Also, are you planning on seeing this movie?

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Historical Evidence

For more information about this film, please see Escape Room‘s official website at http://www.escaperoom.movie/.

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Dr. Zar

Dr. Zar graduated with a B.A. in French and history, a Master’s in History, and a Ph.D. in History. He currently teaches history in Ohio.