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When Ellen Cole goes undercover at a mental asylum to rescue her brother, she is unaware that she is about to encounter her worst nightmares, for St. Mariahs Hospital for the criminally insane holds a dark secret. Deep in the dark recesses of the Asylum, Vampires have been caged for experiments and on this festive night the vampires will rise to draw blood again. Whilst in the hospital ballroom the party guests are blissfully unaware of the horror heading straight for them. With only the help of a whimsical police bobby and a pathalogical killer can Ellen escape the insanity of the Asylum? Written by
Janice de la Mare
Firstly, you have to look past the below par acting, the lack of production values and silly storyline, and then you'll be ready to appreciate what this film has to offer.
I saw this on the Horror Channel, and while at first I was a little disappointed to find it was not a full-blown production, but something resembling a feature length student project, I soon warmed to it. The gore is well executed and nicely over the top. In the absence of decent gore effects, doing it over the top is better. The story is run of the mill, but is carried out playfully, albeit by a cast who don't seem to deliver the lines with much conviction. There is humour a plenty, some involving poo. Although not the inspired wit of fellow Brit flick "Shaun of the Dead", it's still entertaining nonetheless. Think one notch down from Dog Soldiers, with clunkier effects.
If it's serious body-shock horror you're looking for, give this one a wide berth. If you like to see a brainless 90 or so minutes of silly gore, poo and scenes involving running through corridors, this is a great film. I recommend for a drunk night in with your buddies, so you can have a good laugh.
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