Detective Michael Turner investigates mysterious deaths that occur in and around a maximum-security prison. What begins as just another suicide and murder case unfolds into a furious ... See full summary »

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Detective Michael Turner
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Terrence Dufresne (as Jeffrey 'Ja Rule' Atkins)
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Dr. Ashley Carter
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Fury
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Karen Bolding
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Joey Robbins
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Officer Troy (as 'Cowboy' Troy Coleman)
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Bill Jamison
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Simon Furst (as Richard S. Cowl)
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Warden Patt (as Andrew Stahl)
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Warden Ephrem White (as Frank Knapp)
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Officer Murphy
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Lucille White
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Detective Michael Turner investigates mysterious deaths that occur in and around a maximum-security prison. What begins as just another suicide and murder case unfolds into a furious struggle to uncover the unexplainable while escaping death at the hands of a vengeful spirit unleashed within the prison walls. Written by Martin Bowes!

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Somewhere between prison and hell lies the furnace.


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12 February 2008 (USA)  »

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A Fornalha  »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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The 'Morgue Set' was actually filmed in what used to be the penitentiary metal shop. See more »

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References CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) See more »

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Wiggle Song
Written by Southboy
Performed by Southboy
Courtesy of Hoo Bangin Records / Melee Recordings
Under license from Mob Daze Publishing Company
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"Unrated" my ass!
20 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There is nothing like an old prison to add to the creepiness of a horror film, especially if there is some old murders that are at the root of the horror.

Looking at this from just a detective thriller, it is very interesting as Michael Paré looks into a couple of suicides related to the prison. He hooks up with the prison psychiatrist (Jenny McShane) to investigate.

Lots of creepiness and excitement for those that like Ring-type horror.

Always love a chance to see Danny Trejo.

They had to add that irritating rap during the credits! Biggest disappointment: Just who in the world runs out of a shower screaming at the sight of the ghost and takes the time to put on a bathrobe? You have to be kidding me!


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