Cube 2: Hypercube (2002)

4
/ 10
11 User Ratings
1h 34m
Running Time

April 15, 2002
Release Date

Cube 2: Hypercube (2002)

4
/ 10
11 User Ratings
1h 34m
Running Time

April 15, 2002
Release Date

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Lions Gate Films
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Plot.

Eight strangers awaken with no memory, in a puzzling cube-shaped room where the laws of physics do not always apply.

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detective · 
hacker · 
maze · 
riddle · 

Cast & Crew.

Charles O'Keefe

Charles O'Keefe

Generator Operator

Terry Hooper

Terry Hooper

Grip

Ken Huff

Ken Huff

Grip

Bill Heintz

Bill Heintz

Key Grip

Chris Weiss

Chris Weiss

Second Assistant Camera

Jodi Katz

Jodi Katz

Assistant Costume Designer

Laura DiMarcantonio

Laura DiMarcantonio

Wardrobe Assistant

Samara McAdam

Samara McAdam

Wardrobe Supervisor

Details.

Release Date
April 15, 2002

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 34m

Content Rating
R

Box Office
$3,563,603

Filming Locations
Toronto, Canada

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Cube 2: Hypercube (stylized on-screen as Cube²: Hypercube) is a 2002 Canadian science fiction horror film directed by Andrzej Sekuła, written by Sean Hood, and produced by Ernie Barbarash, Peter Block, and Suzanne Colvin. It is the second film in the Cube film series and a sequel to Cube.

Released in 2002, Hypercube replaces the colored industrial-style rooms of the first film with high-tech, brightly lit chambers. Instead of industrial traps such as flamethrowers and extending spikes, the rooms have "evolved" to control illusions, time, space, and reality.

The film's critical reception was mixed, with reviewers panning the sequel's poorly produced CGI, writing, and production, but praising its evolution from the first film, its acting, and its suspense.

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