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When a film crew moves into an abandoned psychiatric hospital with a shadowy past to shoot a low budget horror film, they get more than they bargained for. The late nights and lack of sleep begin to take a toll, and the longer this crew works, the more the leaky, wet building seems to be coming back to life, feeding off its new inhabitants. As the shoot wears on, members of the crew exhibit increasingly strange behavior leaving those still sane realizing they need to get out of this place before they too succumb to the building's infectious hold, the only problem, the old hospital is not ready to let them go.

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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.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AYRIUK6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,342 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This movie had all the parts needed- what a concept! This movie was completed by college students three years ago on their budget. Keeps you in suspense and if you're sheepish this is not for you! The whole premise of a "B" rated film crew doing a low cut budget with low paid actors, so if the movie seems like it has bad acting or is a B movie, that is the intent! Loved it to the end and never figured out how it would end!
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Classic case of a film that should have focused more on the story instead of 20 characters who the audience doesn't care about or contribute anything of consequence to the film. Seriously, I know there's an entire film crew present making a horror film at this asylum, but that doesn't mean we have to know every single person working on the thing. Especially when 50% of the male cast is interchangeably the 'douchebag stoner' type. Worse, the main character is a schmuck--and a horrible actor to boot. The characters are insufferable and infuriating, to say the least.

Which is unfortunate because the movie looks good, has eerie music, and has a potentially terrifying story if only they bothered to tell it. I would have liked to know more about the history of the asylum and things that happened there in the past. That really could have fleshed the film out and made it super creepy. Instead, couple the crappy characters with the crappy ending (that renders the whole movie pointless) and you get a film that could have been a low budget classic reduced to low budget crap.
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Here's the thing: horror without any investment in character is simply just an idea plus gore. It equals nothing more than an exercise in gratuitous violence, society's biggest complaint against cookie-cutter horror films. And that's a legitimate complaint: after all, why should anyone invest ninety or more minutes of their life in something that, in the end, is nothing more than one more chance for special effects people to show you how they can destroy a human body? Maybe there's some benign fascination in that - like those who do slow down to ogle the car crash for its inevitable victims - but aren't you still left with just a car crash?

(NOTE: The following review will contain minor spoilers solely necessary for the discussion of plot and characters. If you're the kind of reader who prefers a review entirely spoiler-free, then I'd encourage you to skip down to the last two paragraphs for my final assessment. If, however, you're accepting of a few modest hints at `things to come,' then read on ...)

Seriously, people, can I ask you: did anything good ever come from filming a movie inside an abandoned psychiatric hospital? Hasn't this been done before enough? Well, to its credit, DARK FEED does try to throw one interesting twist into the mix - the haunted hospital has the ability to infect those who enter it with a psychosis that forces one to do harm unto himself as well as others - and, like any good twist, I welcomed it only until I realized that the script - conceived and directed by Michael and Shawn Rasmussen (this is their first production, as best as I could research) - really did nothing with that conceit.
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Like Evil Dead Traps 1 & 2, like both incarnations of Toolbox Murders, like numerous (some VERY good) found footage joints that crop up like meaty mushrrom in a dank industrial basement, this is the story of innocent souls taking a journey through a derelict inner city facility that is decaying both on its surface and in its soul. Here, the evil is contagious. While making preparations to film a cheap but interesting-looking horror joint, the crew begins to succumb one-by-one to a malevolent spirit that tells them to kill. In climactic moments only one, the rosy-cheeked, virginal Beth, is still pure of soul, and she's being run really fast into a corner by a pack of wild-eyed maniacs...
And then we skip forward in time. A fetching young woman with curly hair takes a seat in an office, presumably in the same condemned hospital. She makes herself at home and then becomes fascinated by the staple gun on the desk. She examines it, tantalized, and then pinches her eyelids together on one side, lifts the gun and—CLICK!
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I had bought this before I saw reviews, and sort of put off watching it for a few days because I was prepared to be disappointed/disgusted that I wasted my money on it. Instead, I found this to be a fairly low-budget horror flick that actually teeters between three and four stars on a scale of 1-5. It's suspenseful, it's creepy, it's nasty, and while overall, some parts of it don't make a lot of sense, and it's not really revealed what's going on at the end, it still packed enough of a punch to be fairly interesting and entertaining. For some reason a film crew is filming a movie at an old asylum, the site of many dark deeds in the past, including the death of the head honcho and his family by his hands. Now, many strange things are happening, some of which appear to be because of either the air or the water in the facility. This is rather nasty in some parts, especially when the lead actor of the film that's being made decides he wants to take on the role of the female character too. A lot of what goes on in some parts is dark & murky so you aren't sure what exactly happened, but that's a relatively minor complaint. Not bad, I thought it was worth seeing & I didn't put it in the "trade in" pile.
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