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Greystone Park (2012)

3.1 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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In October 2009, three filmmaking friends break into Greystone, an abandoned asylum, to explore whether or not they believe in ghosts. Legend has it that anyone who ventures into the hospital will go mad. The young trio will now have to suffer the consequences of their journey into a mysterious realm of escaped patients, ghosts and demonic shadows. What comes out of this adventure is a haunting tale of the supernatural, made all the more startling because it is real. While exploring the asylum, they hear noises and see things that challenge not only their faith in each other, but their own sanity. As they venture deeper into the dark side of fear and paranoia, they discover that even if they don t lose their lives inside, they may lose something more precious their souls.

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  • Actors: Pete Antico, Antonella Lentini, Zana Markelson, Coralie Charriol Paul, John Schramm
  • Directors: Sean Stone
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Xlrator
  • DVD Release Date: October 16, 2012
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008NNY9C6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,707 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By F. Gwin on November 19, 2012
I love bad horror movies, so even if this movie was bad I would have at least enjoyed it. But it's not bad. It's just downright awful! I usually like to divide up the positives and then the negatives at this part of the review, but there really are no positives to speak of. So here are the negatives:

The camera work is awful. I'm not just talking about the shaky camera, which certainly is annoying, I'm talking about the logic behind the cameras. I understand that some people just love the idea of found footage movies, and that is fine, but this movie is just pretending to be a found footage movie. There are LOTS of camera shots that are not from an in-movie camera. Take the first scene for example: our protagonists are sitting around a table and the camera switches around randomly, all while there is a main camera that one of the protagonists is filming from. Later, while the three protagonists are sneaking into the asylum, they walk through a graveyard. While in this graveyard the two that are not holding the camera get into an argument, and rather than filming them both from a distance the cameraman flawlessly cuts from face to face WHILE THEY ARE STILL TALKING. It's not a found footage movie unless the camera shots are all continuous! You can't just do that!

The lighting is also terrible. Apparently someone decided to hook up a generator to the burnt down building (why?) and rather than hook it up well, these unnamed individuals decided to make all the lights flashy and scary. Did the mechanics not know what they were doing? This makes the film into a little seizure-fest. I'm not kidding when I say that I had to look away from the screen at some parts. It is just AWFUL.

The characters, played by themselves, are also incredibly bland.
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I used to work at Greystone Park as a nurse, so I bought this DVD as more of a curiosity than for entertainment. To say I was disgusted would be an understatement. The story-line is non-existent, the film work is horrible and you can't see much of anything because it's filmed at night in a dark abandoned hospital. The County now owns the property where the film was shot and as of 2004, I believe that they were planning to make a park there. The buildings there date back to the turn of the century and are just beautiful. 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.
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I almost gave this a 2 star because at least it showed some of the actual place, but when i think of how much they never thought about the actual greystone, i get livid. (also epileptics, don't watch this)
(long review short: It's not scary, you had a historical building with enough creepy history of it's own and they chose to use things completely unrelated to said building, the characters are boring and you never remember them by name despite the fact that they repeat names every ten seconds. It's a bunch of garbled footage with working audio which makes no sense because if the film is destroyed in areas, so is the audio)
So it's a typical found footage film, not my favorite of the horror genre, however! i have grown to like a lot of them, this ... was not one of them.
You don't get to know, or care about any of the characters because they are well into their mid to late twenties, and yet act like a group of teenagers. It takes a lot of bland talk and driving to get to the "asylum". Oh, and on the drive you get to find out that one of the group doesn't have his drivers license, so they need to switch drivers, this is a five minute scene. A FIVE MINUTE SCENE WITH NO PLOT RELEVANCE.
The boring talk is about shadow men, and one guy is like "oh i've never seen a ghost but i felt weird once and saw a shadow"...... (how fascinating!). Then mr.i-know-about-shadow-men was like "dude you've totally seen a shadow man". Sigh.
Okay, here's where i get annoyed. If you break into an old Kirkbride, and bother to mention it by name, do your research. Half of this, more than half of this was a bunch of made up crap that never happened in the building. Yes, lobotomies happened, yes some violent cases had to be restrained, however, that was not the entire building.
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The film gives the audience the definite feeling of 'being there for the ride'. Most of this film is quite spontaneous (unplanned!). The sudden nature of most of the happenings gives the viewer very jarring emotional starts!! Edge of your seat entertainment.
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A mixture of humor and horror that takes the viewer back to his childhood's daring ventures into macabre and spooky ruins that lie at the edge of everybody's juvenile neighborhood: at one inviting, forbidding, terrifying, more than a little dangerous. This one, though, more creepy for having a known/imagined truly gruesome past and being unimaginably enormous and dark and filled with...
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This film is the "teens explore an abandoned mental institution" coupled with the hand held found footage genre. The first three chapters of the film is talking about ghosts over the family water pipe, along with a history of mental institution torture with the same lame historical black and white film plus a little Greek Mythology.

Chapter 4 (in case you want to skip all that stuff and miss the mild character build up) starts the meat of the film as our threesome enter Greystone and start filming in a most annoying fashion. U-tube videos of people making love in a small row boat during a storm while tossing their camera into the air does not have as much jerking motion as this filming. When you add the fact of the lights flashing on and off, it is a wonder that you can make it through it without developing some weird epileptic motion sickness.

Sean "Shaky" Stone is the main character. He is accompanied by Antonella Lentini and Alexander "Shakes" Wraith. The film is a clever descent into madness either through the power of suggestion of something supernatural. Unfortunately they chose a genre that ruined any script genius. Lights going out. People screaming. Shadows, quick movements. These cheap effects have all been done before and better.

Parental Guidance: F-bombs, no sex or nudity.
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