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Welcome to a new dimension in fear.

In 1998, the internationally award-winning Cube became an instant suspense classic. It established filmmaker Vincenzo Natali as a master of compact, imaginative thrillers, and Cube remains one of the most talked-about SF allegories ever.

There, six strangers found themselves inexplicably trapped within a maze of interconnected rooms — many laden with lethal traps. Because these rooms, thousands of them, would periodically shift and move like puzzle pieces, survival became as much a matter of mathematics as of guts.

And that at least gave the doomed and the damned a fighting chance. In the next-generation maze of Cube 2: Hypercube, there may only be the illusion of a chance at escape.

Here, eight strangers awaken not in a cube of conventional, three-dimensional reality, but in a tesseract, or "hypercube." The term, out of higher mathematics, describes the theoretical construct of "the four-dimensional analog of a cube." While the fourth dimension — beyond length, width and depth — is generally considered to be time, a hypercube posits a fourth spatial dimension.

What does that mean? In the clean, well-lit, horrifying reality of screenwriters Sean Hood, Ernie Barbarash and Lauren McLaughlin, and director-cinematographer
Andrzej Sekula, this means a self-contained world beyond Newtonian physics, beyond even quantum mechanics — a perverted funhouse world where gravity may shift from room to room, rendering sideways what was up or down  ... where time is sped up for one person and slowed for another, with no way to say who is at "normal" speed  ... and where alternate realities, different what-ifs, play out with results both poignant and repugnant. The logical imagination on display here is almost devastating.

What is the secret of the hypercube? On what common thread do these subjects hang — together or separately? Which of them knows what?

It is no illusion. No hypnosis. No reality-show trickery.

It's all real, whatever real means.

Because as one soul puts it, with all-too-deadly accuracy, "This place changes your perception of what's possible."

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