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Based on a story by famed horror writer Edgar Allan Poe, the film is set in a kind of kingdom of madness - a huge insane asylum presided over by notorious brigand, Raul Fragonard. He has locked up the institutions director and set the lunatics free. A visting journalist uncovers the secret behind the Mansion of Madness, but soon finds himself on trial before a host of crazed lunatics - whose ultimate aim is world domination. EXTRAS: Featurette on the film's director (15 mins)
Interview with director Guillermo del Toro (Blade 2; Hellboy) who talks about the film, its director and star Claudio Brook (12 mins)
Original theatrical trailer (4 mins)
Audio options include a Spanish language version with optional English subtitles and an English language version An image gallery consisting of the original material used to promote the film in the US, including posters and stills
It looks like it was filmed in a cave at midnight through a black shroud.
I can only hope the director "Juan Moctezuma" needed money really bad to agree to make this so called film, if not I at least hope he hasn't butchered another film.
A lot of the film veers to near surrealism, but manages to remain fairly linear in the story and plot.
This movie really asks you to suspend your disbelief. It's an old movie, so it has a campy feel to it and is rather crudely done. The actors don't act so much as emote. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joe Z
The inmates have taken over the asylum. It starts slow but picks up though even if you are paying attention it does become a bit incoherent at times. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michelle R. Knop
This movie did not hold my full attention. I had figured out the ending and was doing other things while I watched it. It was not a bad film, rather average horror movie.Published 12 months ago by jerry crowe