When a hotel hallway is ravaged by a mysteries virus, pregnant tourist Naomi is tragially thrust into the fight of her life. Forced to crawl her way past other helpless victims, Naomi crosses paths with Val - a young mother separated from her daughter. While keeping out of sight, Naomi and Val must navigate their way down the stretch of isolcated carnage, before they become infected themselves.
"Giannini has crafted a riveting, at times teasingly-abstract apocalyptic nightmare primed by domenstic violence horrors and psychological trauma”
– Martyn Conterio, CineVue
“Will have you gnawing your fingernails right down”
– Kat Hughes, The Hollywood News
"Like Steven Soderbergh's 'Contagion' blended with Terry Gilliam's '12 Monkeys,' Hall bears witness to an infernal outbreak from an elevated Ground Zero."
– Anton Bitel, Through The Trees
"Effectively weaves the theme of domestic abuse with pandemic horrors to create a dynamic and entertaining film that works for its crafty subtext, strong acting and excellent techinal values."
– Ricardo Gallegos, La Estatuilla
“Clearly, director Francesco Giannini, despite this being his first foray into the genre, has made the most of his extensive experience in film and created something definitely worthwhile."
– Keri O'Shea, Warped Perspective
“Hall remains an extremely strong piece of one-location cinema. Director Francesco Giannini does a fantastic job of juggling character and suspense.”
– Mark L. Miller, ML Miller Writes
“The film's undertones and story come together to create an uncomfortable situation for all involved, including the viewer.”
– Emilie Black, Cinema Crazed
“As well as Giannini, I must credit the pulsing soundtrack by Michael Vignola, and claustrophobic cinematography by Graham Guertin Santerre."
– Alix Turner, Ready Steady Cut
“Timely horror/thriller is beautifully horrifying."
– Ashleigh Gozy, Load And Clear Reviews