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Maybe some spoilers, I'm vague on this like the end of the movie is vague.
In order to make his existence a bit more palatable, he somehow manages to have all of the members of his band also hired at the said institution.
Great movie, regardless of the weak low budget acting and the hit or miss storytelling that takes a while to get underway.
After hearing slurs in the beginning including the repeated use of "retard" made it harder to watch, & for the most part wasn't needed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Brandi
Story was interesting and original. Intense and at times horrifying. But the actors were unbelievable and annoying. Recommend checking out.Published 15 months ago by Michael
I don't buy a movie unless i really enjoyed watching it and want to add it to my collection. So me purchasing the movie answers the question; is this movie any good? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Pres21
Note to Hollywood and beyond: I've really grown tired with trick endings. It isn't that I don't like then because, frankly, I do. Read morePublished 23 months ago by E. Lee Zimmerman
I fell asleep with cable tv on and when I woke, this movie was on the screen, in one
of it's most horrific moments. Read more
A very low budget movie but quite good. The violence is over the top and way beyond anything I have ever seen. Similar to the zombie movies but with severely mentally ill patients. Read morePublished on December 15, 2012 by Rick
[BEWARE: The following review of "The Asylum Blackout" contains minor spoilers.]
The title tells everything about the story. Well, apparently. Read more
Opening credits lists an asylum in Washington State as the source and the date of 11/6/89 of this patient breakout - sorry, despite the docudrama feel it never happened on that or... Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by G. Teslovich