The problem with the movie Cube is that it couldn't decide which it wanted to be: studio or independent. Cube was your basic horror movie, filmed for about $300,000 on a single 14' by 14' set with a total of seven people in the cast. It was a concept easily pitchable to the studios and done with corresponding quality, ending up coming out a fair disaster yet it persisted in giving the same cheesy enjoyment as any 80s schlock horror film. It wanted to be done independently, with all of the special attention and allure that Independent films get, yet wanted all of the look and advantages of a mainstream studio audience. The result is always a cosmic fluke.

Similarly, 1998's Killing Time is a cosmic fluke.

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