Survey Riddle Room opens up with a youthful specialist named Emily Burns awakening in a room that she is being held hostage in. A fellow in a veil opens the main entryway in the room and educates her that he needs to think about the occasions on September eleventh at 8:30pm. She is not certain what happened on this date, but rather until she can make sense of it she will be held in this room without any way to get out.
We discover that Emily has a family that she frantically needs to see once more, and that she appears to be blameless and being held without wanting to. In the room, she finds hints to help her attempt and make sense of why this date September eleventh is so essential to the general population holding her in this room. This film truly made a decent attempt to keep the anticipation going, yet after the 40 minute imprint it just felt this film was running low on thoughts and how to keep the uncover impactful. Which is the greatest negative of this film is the uncover.