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Would I watch again? - No, barely made it through once.
I liked it. Suspenseful and scary in some scenes. Well done horror film with an underlying theme of alienation. I like the night shift angle, too.
I have really been enjoying these Ghost House Underground films that Raimi and company help get released. So far all of them have been good and this one falls right there with them. The cover for this one was cool when I first picked it up but honestly I would have bought it anyway. This one ended up being pretty good and is one of those average ghost stories that have been coming out lately.
Roslyn just got a new job at a Hospital that is closing down, a file clerk. She takes the job and other than the creepy security guy and the doctor that works upstairs no one is there with her late at night, oh yeah by the way it is a night shift. There has also been a series of murders in the surrounding area by a serial killer called the nighthawk. This brings in a detective who just shows up from time to time and the late night visits from her husband only add to suspension. So as the nights go on Roslyn finds herself more and more afraid of things that go bump in the night.
This was your average creepy flick but like others have said the film doesn't know what it wants to be. At times it feels like a straight serial killer flick and then the ghostly elements just happen. Of course in the end it makes a little more sense but there are things left undone. This is basically a psychological thriller if I had to pick one type of flick. I can see what the writer and director were going for and I can tell that both have the talent to make a really great flick together.
I think the flick was a little to ambitious and the writer and director did not want to cut too much out of the script. For what we get it is a good enough flick with some good acting. Our lead Sara Foster is probably the best here since her character has a lot more to do.Read more ›
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Like "inept editor", Session 9 is one of my favorite movies and I'm always looking for another creepy story in a psych ward. I'm still looking. Read morePublished on September 16, 2013 by tarantula arms
I dont like ghost house movies this was a gift for my nephew. se ven mo re wo rds required.Published on February 15, 2013 by Richard Gratt
When I heard about PSYCH:9, the first thing I thought of was one of my all-time favorite psychological thrillers, Brad Anderson's Session 9, and how I was pining away for him to... Read morePublished on December 29, 2011 by Inept Editor
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. Read morePublished on September 14, 2011 by Viva
I think your TVs' may have zoomed you. Instead of 1080p try watching this in 480p to catch scenes that were skipped or shorted. Read morePublished on June 6, 2011 by mick
Your husband drives a taxi at night. You take a job sorting records at a closed hospital at night. There might be a couple of ghosts running around the building, and you are losing... Read morePublished on March 21, 2011 by Karl P. Madsen
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