Level 290 Extended Film Log
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This page catalogues logs of films seen in Level 290. Wanderers are encouraged to add their own interviews to this page.

Title: Unknown1

Original Summary: The original plot of this episode is unknown, but the general plot of the TV follows that of an episodic sitcom starring facelings and leaning into many of the common cliches associated with such shows.

Notable Changes: Although all of the dialogue for this episode was reported to be unnatural guttera sounds produced by the faceling "actors", the viewer reported being able to instinctively understand the plot of the episode through an unknown mechanism.

The episode opened with its signature blank title-screen and instrumental theme song, then transitioning into the first scene. The rest of the episode follows two young facelings as they go on a search for a rare cryptid known as the "Baby Train". After a number of gags where they believe themselves to have found the aforementioned Baby Train, only for it to be revealed that it was just a neighborhood cat or a normal train, they give up and go home, declaring the Baby Train to be only a myth. The last shot zooms in on the background to show a small train with a human baby's face on it driving around just out of their view.

Throughout the show, there are a number of laugh tracks that often start in inappropriate times, and continue for as long as 18 minutes, sometimes devolving into fits of coughing or cries for help.

Title: The Dark

Original Summary: A 23 minute horror movie about an odd phenomenon where the lights in the casts house will randomly turn off, and when turned back on,one of the 12 cast members will disappear.

Notable Changes: Every time the movie is finished ,a new cast will replace the old one. The entirety of the "script" will also be changed once the movie is finished. There is a possibility that the movie is not scripted, as many people watching feel it's unscripted due to the fact that all fear has an uncanny feel as if it were real. It is not confirmed if it is scripted or not.

There have been reports of shadowy humanoid entities appearing in the background of the film. These humanoids will appear for a few seconds before leaving and regularly go undetected. Smilers have been seen in the background of the film as well and will disappear almost instantly.

A wanderer once said that they had seen one of their family members in the film. He said that she looked paranoid for the near entirety of the film before being the last one to disappear. The credits then rolled and the wanderer said that he had seen her name on it.This was reported the M.E.G. that confirmed that she disappeared on the exact day that the wanderer had seen the film.

Title: 12 Angry Men (1957)

Original Summary: The film follows a jury discussing if a young adult murdered his father, in which only one man believes he is innocent and trys to convince the stubborn jury and ends with them deciding that there is reasonable doubt so they can’t kill a kid.

Notable Changes: At one point in the normal film, the main character pulls out a switchblade to use it as a model to disprove that the man could have been murdered with the alleged murder weapon, a switchblade. However, in this scene, the main character sheds their skin similar to how a Skin-Stealer would and proceeds to stab the other members of the jury to death. Juror 1 attempts to stop him but is pushed to the floor and is not seen in the next frame. Two jurors were also seemingly transformed into a Clump and a Smiler randomly.
The movie closes with two members of the CIA and a member of the Future Imperfect wheeling a bird perch into the room with Jerry in a M.E.G. outfit on it and Jerry turning the main character to stone, followed by all the characters bursting into puddles of clear blood. Entity 18 then walks across the screen, clearly being photoshopped on, and bows.

Title: The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

Original Summary: The film tells the story of Andy Dufresne (played by Tim Robbins), who is sentenced to life in Shawshank State Penitentiary for murdering his wife with love affair, despite he is innocence.And after all, he escaped from the jail and met his old friendly jail-mate many years later.

Notable Changes: The film goes all the way with original edition until he get into the hole that he dug for a long time for escaping. When he fell in the sewage system, the surrounding environment seemed to be similar to Level 41, after he removed the well cover, he was brought to Level 11.

At the ending of movie, he and his friend (played by Morgan Freeman) met at the Manila Room.

Title: Monsters, Inc. (2001)

Original Summary: 2 monsters, known as Sully and Mike, attempt to get a girl, named Boo, back to the human world.

Notable Changes: The film, instead of focusing on Mike and Sully, instead focuses on Randall Boggs, a purple reptilian character. In addition, all of the “scares” eventually result in the monsters downright killing their victims, abliet censored with a technical difficulties screen. The film then ends with Randall successfully giving Boo the scream extractor, resulting in the entire building exploding. However, randall is shown to have just barely survived.

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