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1408 (22-Jun-2007)

Director: Mikael Håfström

Writers: Scott Alexander; Matt Greenberg; Larry Karaszewski

From short story by: Stephen King

Keywords: Horror

A professional skeptic endures a terrifying series of events upon checking into a famously-haunted New York City hotel room.

ABSTRACT
Mike Enslin makes his trade as a full-time skeptic, fashioning a career out of authoring best-selling books debunking ostensibly supernatural "mysteries" plaguing a host of places around the world. Traveling from his home in Los Angeles to New York City to check in at the Dolphin Hotel's "evil" room 1408 as part of his latest book, Mike gets his desired stay after threatening legal action against a fearful manager all too willing to relate tales of deaths connected to the room, soon finding his cynical hubris coming to a head when he becomes party to a host of terrifying happenings promising to shake his lack of faith in the unexplainable to its very core.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Len Cariou
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30-Sep-1939   Sweeney Todd
John Cusack
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28-Jun-1966   High Fidelity
Kevin Dobson
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18-Mar-1943   Det. Crocker on Kojak
Samuel L. Jackson
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21-Dec-1948   Pulp Fiction
Mary McCormack
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8-Feb-1969   Kate Harper on The West Wing
Andrew Lee Potts
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29-Oct-1979   Connor Temple on Primeval
Tony Shalhoub
Actor
9-Oct-1953   Monk

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