- Actors: Brett Dier, Brittany Curran, Gage Golightly, Kelly Blatz, Stephen Lang
- Directors: Marcus Nispel
- Writers: Kirsten Elms
- Producers: Marcus Nispel, Brandt Andersen, Michael Corrente, Michael Corso, Trent Othick
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Studiocanal
- DVD Release Date: 4 May 2015
- Run Time: 92 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 68 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00M482X10
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,098 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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American horror from director Marcus Nispel. A group of teenage friends decide to hold a party at an abandoned asylum and end up inadvertently releasing an evil demon that begins to possess them one by one. They attempt to perform an exorcism without much success. Will they make it out alive? The cast includes Brett Dier, Brittany Curran, Gage Golightly and Kelly Blatz.
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I would say that if you're fed up of watching those found footage films that are so prevalent these days and fancy a discount, comedic version of a demonic possession film then give this a try. If on the other hand you really dislike gore and prefer psychological horror, please look elsewhere.
For those who do choose to watch, let me just tell you that the most original concept in this film (by Hollywood standards) is the overweight boy giving his slimmer and supposedly better looking friend advice on how to get sexual action. Other than that little cinematic anomaly this film is very much just another offering from the teen slasher and demonic possession in a mental asylum subgenre.
One last thought, this film is better IMO if you imagine that the characters are so high (from the plethora of drugs they do at the beginning) that they're imagining everything and it's all a drug induced mania.
You'd be forgiven for suspecting that the people involved in this movie knew there were some issues, and amped up the gore to try and hide the problems. No dice guys - gore doesn't make horror, it just keeps the fake blood industry going.
If you want a good haunted asylum movie I'd recommend Grave Encounters (one and two), and I seem to remember Session 9 being pretty good.
As long as you don't spend more than 99p you'll be alright for Friday night.
Old psychiatric hospital always have a story to tell, and this film is some of the stuff which no doubt in the minds of those who like their horror plain scary! This film will keep you watching!
A fast delivery of a quality item. The seller knows what You want, and does not disappoint! Happily recommended!
The inclusion of humour (AND the way that it's used) is certainly a big plus - I love the searching the web for an exorcism tutorial - but it's just not enough to hide the fact that the plot is by-the-numbers.
All in all, okay if you're young and bored but this doesn't bring anything new or scary or the table.
When will producers of this kind of movies understand that :
> Suggesting, not showing, is what is truly terrifying.
> Gore and blood aren't scary, just gross.
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