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‘Asylum of Darkness’ Review

Stars: Nick Baldasare, Richard Hatch, Amanda Howell, Frank Jones Jr., Tiffany Shepis, Scott Summitt, Tim Thomerson | Written and Directed by Jay Woelfel

After awakening in a mental asylum, a patient plans an escape to freedom, but finds an even more disturbing, supernatural world on the outside, one that threatens to keep him trapped in madness forever.

Asylum of Darkness creates a surreal reality which creates more questions than answers. Playing out like an extended version of the Twilight Zone, as if it had been directed by David Lynch, so it’s almost impossible to predict the outcome.

Dwight (Nick Baldasare) is currently detained in a mental institution due to him suffering from visions. This has him constantly questioning what is real, including monsters and his doctor, who looks like a rotting corpse. Certain he will find his sanity on the outside, he manages to escape, but once outside things really start to get weird.
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Horror Highlights: Asylum Of Darkness, Hounds Of Love, Ghost Brothers, Red Christmas, Mondocon 2017, Chupacabra Territory

In today's Horror Highlights, we have release details for Asylum of Darkness and Chupacabra Territory, a new poster for Hounds of Love, details on Ghost Brothers moving to Destination America, acquisition info on Red Christmas, and details on MondoCon 2017.

Asylum of Darkness: "'Wild Eye Releasing unlocks the doors to award-winning filmmaker Jay Woelfel's supernatural horror feature Asylum of Darkness this April.

Woelfel’s stirring cocktail of supernatural suspense and goosebump-inducing horror features a superlative cast of sci-fi and horror icons including Golden Globe nominee Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), in one his final film appearances.

Tim Thomerson (Trancers, Near Dark, Nemesis) and Tiffany Shepis (12 Monkeys, Tromeo and Juliet, Tales of Halloween) also star in the movie, a striking, spine-tingling horror jaunt, shot in 35mm, that resembles the works of genre icons Lynch and Cronenberg.

After awakening in a mental asylum, a patient plans his escape to freedom while
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See Richard Hatch in One of His Final Performances (Exclusive)

See Richard Hatch in One of His Final Performances (Exclusive)
One of Richard Hatch's final onscreen performances will be unveiled later this month, Heat Vision has learned.

Asylum of Darkness, about a man who plots his escape from a mental asylum while fighting off supernatural forces, will premiere on VOD April 11 from Wild Eye Releasing. In an exclusive clip from the film, Hatch's character, Dr. Shaker, shows off his scarier side.

Asylum of Darkness is written and directed by Jay Woelfel and also stars Tim Thomerson, Tiffany Shepis, Nick Baldasare, Amanda Howell and Frank Jones Jr.

Hatch, the Golden Globe-nominated star of Battlestar Galactica, died February after a private battle with cancer. Hatch...
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First trailer, poster & images from Jay Woelfel’s ‘Season of Darkness’

Director Jay Woelfel (Closed for the Season) returns to horror with a psychological tale of mistaken identity. Shot on 35mm, Woelfel’s Season of Darkness is a story that focuses on a protagonist who is an escaped mental patient. He finds his release daunting and strange. Once free, the public believes Dwight is actually a successful motivational speaker named Artemus Finch. Unsure of what is real and what is imagined, Dwight eases into his new role as Finch. But, there is a price to pay for Dwight’s new fame and loving wife.

Dwight Stroud, a mental patient, escapes from an asylum seeking true freedom only to find horrifying insanity in the outside world. Shades and faceless figures pursue him at every turn and they threaten Dwight’s love for Ellen. Will Dwight succumb to madness, or will he face his troubles head on?

Season of Darkness stars Richard Hatch
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First Poster and Trailer From Jay Woelfel’s Season of Darkness Released

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The first official trailer, poster and production stills from writer-director Jay Woelfel’s upcoming sci-fi horror film, ‘Season of Darkness,’ have been released. The ‘Closed for the Season’ filmmaker returns to the horror genre with his latest movie by exclusively shooting ‘Season of Darkness’ on 35mm film, in order to enhance the dark atmosphere. ‘Season of Darkness’ focuses on a protagonist who is an escaped mental patient, Dwight Stroud, played by Nick Baldasare. While he finds release daunting and strange, the public believes he’s a successful motivation speaker named Artemus Finch. Unsure of what’s real and what’s imagined, Dwight eases into his new role as Finch. But he finds there’s a [ Read More ]

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Escape Reality with this Season of Darkness Trailer

Director Jay Woefel (Closed for the Season) is set to premiere his latest horror feature Season of Darkness shortly. This is a psychological tale involving a patient who escapes from a psychiatric hospital. Dwight (Nick Baldasare) is mistaken for another when he is free, however. People see him as Artemus Finch and Dwight plays right along with them, in order to gain their favour. Dwight also desires Artemus' wife's affections. Events takes a turn for the worse when Dwight is plagued by guilt and by his memories. As seen in the trailer, shadows hound Dwight until he faces the demons within. Enjoy the latest trailer for Woefel's Season of Darkness with a premiere date soon to be announced. Director/writer: Jay Woelfel. Cast: Nick Baldasare, Amanda Howell, Tim Thomerson, Richard Hatch, and Tiffany Shepis. The trailer for Season of Darkness is here: The film's fanpage: Season of Darkness on Facebook  |  |  Advertise Here -.
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First Details and Trailer for Jay Woelfel's Season of Darkness

Director Jay Woelfel has just released the first trailer, poster, and a few production stills for his upcoming gore-gasm, Season of Darkness, and of course we have them right here.

From the Press Release:

Director Jay Woelfel (Closed for the Season) returns to horror with a psychological tale of mistaken identity. Woelfel’s Season of Darkness is a story that focuses on a protagonist who is an escaped mental patient. He finds release daunting and strange. Once free, the public believes Dwight is actually a successful motivational speaker named Artemus Finch. Unsure of what is real and what is imagined, Dwight eases into his new role as Finch. But there is a price to pay for Dwight’s new fame and loving wife.

Shades and faceless figures pursue him at every turn, and they threaten Dwight’s love for Ellen. Will Dwight succumb to madness, or will he face his troubles head on?
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Exclusive pics, trailer, comments: Season Of Darkness

Indie filmmaker Jay (Ghost Lake) Woelfel passed on a bunch of exclusive first pics (see ’em below the cut) and the trailer (at the bottom of the page) for his new feature Season Of Darkness. It’s the second of two films (the first being Closed For The Season; see item here) that Woelfel lensed back to back in Ohio last year.

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