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Later, while the three protagonists are sneaking into the asylum, they walk through a graveyard.
Obviously, some CGI effects were added later, but I think the film locations could have held their own quite well without any additions.
It's a shame to see them go, but if people are breaking into them to make crap like this, then maybe that's the best decision after all.
Great movie. The film isn't scary, it gets very talky and there's very little lighting through the movie, but its atmospheric and thematic horror without a plot.Published 5 months ago by William Uchtman
The film gives the audience the definite feeling of 'being there for the ride'. Most of this film is quite spontaneous (unplanned!). Read morePublished 12 months ago by C. Sinclair
I saw the screening at the new York city theatre. I could not take my eyes off the screen. Beautiful work of art. Can't wait to show my friends. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Svetlana Chervonaya
I am a horror movie freak. This was horrible in every way possible; from the camera, the script, the actors, etc.... I love found footage horror films but this was brutally bad.Published 19 months ago by S. Brown
Great movie! could have been a little more scarier but it's good! it is one to watch more than once!Published 21 months ago by Rick Alf
I can see where some people might not like this movie or look down from their pretentious heights at its lack of clarity - but boring? Boring? Read morePublished 21 months ago by Daniel Jolley
Greystone Park (Sean Stone, 2012)
Ho hum, another x-jumps-per-minte shakycam haunted-house tale supposedly based on a true story. Read more