Marcus Adams (U.S., 2003, 91 min.)
This forgettable thriller, notable primarily for the fact that 90% of the movie is so dark (optically, not necessarily thematically) that it's impossible to tell what's going on, features a photobooth in two scenes that actually take place under decent illumination. Senga Wilson (Madeleine Stowe) and her daughter Natasha (Mischa Barton) stop at a roadside rest area in the middle of the night. When the two get separated, Senga goes looking for her and stops to rest in front of the photobooth. Suddenly, the flash goes off, though no one is in the booth.
Later, as she continues to seek out her missing, ne'er-do-well daughter, Senga hides in the photobooth, staring into the lens before the flash goes off, again seemingly by itself, giving her a horrible hospital-related flashback. She walks out of the booth, stunned, and finds two Photobooth.net readers waiting to use the machine. Or so we like to think.
Contributed by Brian