Two hospitalized young people discover that things can get even worse when the dilapidated institution is stranded by a severe storm and a maniac stalks the corridors butchering the patients and staff.
In a stormy night, the evil serial-killer Jonathan Chambers is executed in the electric chair. The arrogant coroner Doctor Hitchens brings the corpse in an ambulance to a hospital for the autopsy escorted by the County Sheriff Berger that arrested Chambers. Meanwhile the outcast high-school student Sara Wexler tries to commit suicide on the road and is hit by the Sheriff Berger's car. While bringing Sara in the same ambulance that is transporting the body of Chambers to the hospital, the teenager sees the dead coming back to life. In the hospital, Sara shares the room with the stabbed teenager Walter that coincidentally is her schoolmate, and she asks him to help her to leave the hospital. She tells what she saw, but Walter in principle believe Sara is nuts. However, when he sees blood on the corridor, he helps Sara to escape from their room. However, they find that all exits are locked and they are trapped in the hospital while the psychopath is slaughtering the patients and staff ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Slutty suicidal Sara (Meredith Henderson) is 'saved' by Sheriff Burger (horror film mainstay Robert Englund) after she gets hit by a car, dislocating her shoulder She taken to a local hospital where the body of a notorious serial killer who likes to rip hearts out of his victims' bodies, is being held whom obviously comes back to life or their wouldn't be a movie (not that I would've minded such a scenario mind you). But ANYways, Sara teams up with an equally unlikable fellow classmate with a chip on his shoulder and is prone to play the race card to escape the 'heart stoppers' undead clutches.
This is a very generic teen slasher film that has absolutely nothing new to bring to the table, the gore is not that good and the acting even worse. At the end of the day though I was less angry with the people who made this bottom-of-the-barrel sludge & more mad at myself for wasting my time watching it.
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