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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: February 22, 2011
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004E4NFSC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #294,691 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A young woman (Sara Foster) with a troubled past takes a job at recently closed-down hospital. Working the night shift alone she begins to experience a series of unsettling events that lead her to believe that the hospital may be connected to a number of recent murders in the area. To uncover the truth, she will have to revisit the past behind the walls of PSYCH:9.

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On the list of worst job descriptions: file clerk in a spooky, rundown, recently closed hospital… on the night shift. But this is the very job taken by Roslyn (Sara Foster), a troubled young woman looking for peace and quiet. Unfortunately for Roslyn, Psych: 9, an offering from Ghost House Underground's line of straight-to-video shockers, offers little of either. To make matters edgier for our high-strung heroine, a serial killer known as the Nighthawk has been murdering women in very near proximity to the hospital. Well, a job is a job in these uncertain economic times, and where would horror movies be if young women didn't occasionally work night shifts at abandoned hospitals? Whatever promise Psych: 9 holds as a genre exercise quickly dissipates in its one-note design and its unlikely, borderline-incoherent plot turns. Foster gives a gutsy enough performance, with support from alienated husband Gabriel Mann, sympathetic doctor Cary Elwes, and unsympathetic detective Michael Biehn. When the third act's big reveal is a device most casual moviegoers will be able to spot at least an hour earlier, a movie is in trouble. This one has a terminal condition. --Robert Horton

Customer Reviews

Is that why Mom attempted to burn little Roz?
Daphne Little
I can overlook flaws if the story flows well and I don't have the time or inclination to find fault.
Karl P. Madsen
This movie jumped around so much I kept asking myself if I had missed something.
Vikinggal

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Vikinggal on March 2, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie jumped around so much I kept asking myself if I had missed something. But no, it's just very convoluted, and nothing ends up happening anyway. About halfway through, I gave up on watching it because nothing happens, and started ffwing through it. Waiting, waiting, waiting, then it was over. No point!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 4, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
This year's edition of the Ghost House Underground flicks is only a pair of horror dirges: the fairly average Stag Night, and this psychological thriller Psych:9. The story revolves around a young woman (Sara Foster) with a very troubled past who takes a job getting archived files in order at a recently closed down hospital. Before you can say "boo", she starts experiencing some strange phenomena that may be linked to a series of brutal serial killings happening in the neighborhood. Her few contacts consist of the doctor on the psych floor (Cary Elwes), her distant husband (Gabriel Mann), and a detective (Michael Biehn); all of whom perform decently enough, but in the end, the film is just a tiresome bore. It is very slow moving, and it takes quite some time for it to pick up any speed. Not to mention the fact that the confusing, plot hole-laden story with red herrings aplenty and some just plain bad dialogue makes things all the worse to boot. By the time that Psych:9 reaches its climax, you'll be wondering just what the point of it all was. All in all, you'll certainly see worse films of this type, but Psych:9 is better left ignored all things considered.
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Format: DVD
A woman working the night shift in a hospital that has been closed begins to witness things that may be connected to a serial killer. After talking with a psychiatrist (Elwes) that still works in the hospital Roslyn (Foster) begins to see things differently. This movie is hard to explain and review. One because it jumps around between daydreams, flashbacks and the normal movie scenes that its hard to keep track where you are, and two because it's kinda boring I wasn't focused on it the entire time. This movie was a little like the "Last Exorcism" in the way that it seemed like every few minutes the plot and idea switched back and forth. There were so many ideas that could have gone somewhere cool if they let it. Even though this is another "Ghosthouse" movie it was more psychological then scary. I really don't feel one way or the other about it, not much of an impact. I give it a C.

Would I watch again? - No, barely made it through once.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Robert Cossaboon on March 5, 2011
Format: DVD
Psych 9 is beyond merely bad, it is holy crap bad as it runs the gamut from cliché (nut-job jerkily smoking a cigarette while spilling his/her guts about something that rattled their cage in the past) to non sequitur plot devices (suddenly appearing/disappearing former residents of the closed down hospital). The lead character, Rosalyn, inexplicably gets (and maintains!) a job of organizing old case files. I say `inexplicable' because she still somehow has that job after the fourth or fifth meltdown--and somehow never once gets busted for those tape recorder sessions. It honestly never occurs to any of the real characters that she is a prize-winning whack-a-roo! Speaking of Roslyn, if takes real talent to portray a massively abused character with such dispassion that you end of completely not giving a crap about any of her trauma---but leave it to Sara Foster to pull this one off. The implications of her portrayal are pretty dire too: this film seems to imply that it is ok for a husband (in this point, Roslyn's boneheaded one) to pressure his wife for sex to the point of being just short of spousal abuse as long as he has been long suffering (in his eyes, anyway), asked nicely and hasn't verbally dumped on her too recently. Sadly, the two big names, Cary Elwes and Michael Behn, never seem to rise to each's fullest respective potential. Behn's character might as well have never been written in the film-heck, he doesn't even catch the Nighthawk killer. In fact, we are never quite sure how that gets resolved. Though implied, I much prefer to be hammered over the head with those kind of resolutions. Speaking of resolutions, the Psych 9's resolution will probably leave you shaking your head and wondering at the futility of a life that sees you wasting 1:39 minutes to watch this septic tank fest of crap.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Viva on September 14, 2011
Format: DVD
The main actors in this film do well, and the atmosphere is good and creepy. Too bad the story isn't more compelling or less confusing. The ending is especially odd, given the woman's history.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 5, 2011
Format: DVD
Cary Elwes (SAW) and Michael Biehn (ALIENS) star in this somber, sluggish and incoherent thriller.
Sara Foster is the focus of the movie, an edgy filing clerk with a dark past. Foster is a capable actress, but lacks the maturity to pull it off. The serial killer plot is intriguing, but never truly resolves itself, unless you contrive one for yourself.
Lots of red herrings don't help either and the motives behind Foster's behavior don't make a lot of sense.
Potential is there but poorly executed. Conditionally recommended.
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It’s a good movie that will keep you in the edge of your seat for a while. Just keep in mind that if you’re looking for a ghost movie this is not it. It’s more about the ghosts in your head. I hate when the studios make you think something that is not really there. Anyway, I don’t regret the purchase. And if you like psychological thrillers, spooks and twists you’ll like this one.
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