When Sarah lucks into a sweet one-bedroom at Asilo Del Mar Apartments in Los Angeles, she think she's hit the jackpot. It's got plenty of space, friendly tenants, group BBQs and even a cute neighbour next door. All is not what it seems: loud noises start keeping her awake at night; her cat is missing; everyone seems to be a little too helpful and friendly, except for the weirdo, Lester. Soon, Sarah learns she didn't choose this apartment — it chose her.
A mildly entertaining thriller where things seem off on day one when the female protagonist moves-in to an odd-ball apartment community. It turns out to be a lot more than she bargained for as she is forced to learn the communities secrets the hard way. It closes with an intriguing twist ending reminiscent of "The Invitation."
'Apartment 1BR' is an effective reminder that the terrifying stuff doesn't just take place in some gothic castle or haunted house. It's out there on the streets too, in the modern day. - Jake Watt Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-apartment-1br-the-victim-complex