A young programmer whose job is to watch over the reality-warping Cube defies orders to rescue an innocent mother trapped in one of its rooms.
“Cube Zero” is a Canadian independent science fiction horror film released in 2004. It is the prequel to the 1997 film “Cube” and the sequel to the 2002 film “Cube 2: Hypercube.” The film was directed by Ernie Barbarash and written by Barbarash and Sean Hood.
The story revolves around a man named Eric Wynn, who works as a technician in a secret government facility. His job is to monitor the deadly Cube, a series of interconnected rooms that serve as a death trap for those who enter. When he discovers that a woman named Cassandra is trapped inside the Cube, he becomes determined to help her escape, despite the risk to his own life.
The film received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its inventive storyline and strong performances, while others criticized its slow pace and lack of originality compared to the previous two Cube films. Despite its mixed reception, “Cube Zero” has gained a cult following among fans of the franchise.