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Working alone at night in a recently closed hospital, an unstable woman witnesses events that may be connected to a string of murders. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Sara Foster ... Roslyn Hanniger

Cary Elwes ... Dr. Irvin Clement

Michael Biehn ... Det. Marling

Gabriel Mann ... Cole Hanniger

Colleen Camp ... Beth

Winter Ave Zoli ... Emma

Susie Amy ... Anne Marks
Katherine Shanklin ... Young Roslyn
Ryan James ... Security Guard

Brian Caspe ... News Reader
Joel Kirby ... Henry Marks
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jordan Ninkovich ... Swat Sniper
Stephen Fisher ... Jim (uncredited)

Kendrick Ong ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Directed by
Andrew Shortell 
Writing credits
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Produced by
Mark Bakunas .... associate producer
Mark Castaldo .... co-executive producer
Peter De Bourcier .... executive producer
Daniel Frisch .... producer (as Daniel S. Frisch)
Gareth Jones .... associate producer
Andrew Shortell .... producer
Philip Waley .... line producer
Philip Waley .... producer
Original Music by
James Edward Barker 
Cinematography by
Shane Daly 
Film Editing by
Nick McCahearty 
Casting by
Kelly Wagner 
Production Design by
David Baxa 
Costume Design by
Marielle Shortell 
Makeup Department
Jana Dopitová .... key makeup artist
Zabrina Matiru .... key makeup artist
Hana Surkalova .... makeup designer
Brian Wade .... special makeup effects supervisor
Production Management
Andrew Dearnley .... post-production manager
Silvie Janculová .... production manager: second unit
James Lamb .... post-production supervisor: Triangle Post Production
Vaclav Mottl .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jakub Eliasek .... second assistant director: second unit
Martina Götthansova .... second second assistant director
Andy Howard .... first assistant director: second unit
Philip Seeger .... second assistant director
Mark Taylor .... first assistant director
Christopher R. Watson .... second unit director
Art Department
Jindrich Budicek .... stand-by props
Michal Dvorsky .... graphic artist
Tomas Hais .... stand-by construction
Vlasta Hynek .... art department coordinator
Petr Janout .... set dresser
Radan Kapinos .... chargehand stand-by props
Martin Kubricht .... on-set art director
Tomás Lehovec .... stand-by construction
Petr Richter .... stand-by props
Chris Rosewarne .... concept artist
Lauren Saxon .... storyboard artist
Zbynek Trojan .... stand-by construction: second unit
Sound Department
James Edward Barker .... additional sound designer
Tomas Belohradsky .... sound mixer
Daniel Goganian .... foley recordist
Karel Jahelka .... second boom operator
Howard London .... adr mixer
Micheal MacKinnon .... foley artist
Ales Pekárek .... boom operator
Igor Pokorný .... sound mixer: second unit
Michael Powell .... sound designer
Chris Sinclair .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Martin Pryca .... special effects director
Ondrej Pryca .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Ron R. Anantavara .... visual effects coordinator
Gary E. Beach .... visual effects supervisor
Mark Beardall .... Flame artist
Stan Bellew .... digital effects artist
Alfred Berger .... digital compositor: Barbed Wire FX
John Cornejo .... digital compositor
Minh Huyen Dang .... visual effects artist
Avi Das .... visual effects supervisor: BarbedWire FX
Anthony Davis .... digital compositor: Barbed Wire FX
Anthony Fung .... digital effects artist
Tyler Gooden .... digital compositor
Ondrej Lev .... visual effects artist
Jeremy Nelson .... digital compositor
Sarote Tabcum Jr. .... visual effects producer
Jeffery Aro .... fight choreographer (as Jeffery Ong)
Jindrich Klaus .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
Jan Brumlich .... electrician
Martin Brych .... second assistant camera
Petr Cejka .... electrician
Michal Chadima .... video assist operator
Shane Daly .... camera operator
Steven Greenstreet .... behind scenes camera operator
Ludek Hynek .... grip
Rick James .... camera trainee
Ales Kohout .... electrician
Petr Konrád .... gaffer
Ivan Ksandr .... best boy: 2nd Unit
Pavel Kurak .... first assistant camera "a" camera: second unit
Jan Matejka .... electrician
Jirí Málek .... dop: second unit (as Jirí Malek)
Zdenek Pozar .... lighting: second unit
Pavel Proisl .... grip: second unit
Karel Schneiberg .... video operator: 2nd Unit
Radek Skudrna .... first assistant camera
Lukas Srajer .... grip
Dalibor Suchy .... electrician
Petr Sulc .... electrical best boy
Petr Svoboda .... electrician: second unit
Ronald Telinger .... video operator
Martin Tocka .... camera operator
Martin Tocka .... steadicam operator
Rico Torres .... still photographer
Petr Vladyka .... central loader
Casting Department
Nancy Bishop .... casting: Prague
Dominika Posserén .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Maria Hubackova .... costumer
Dita Valentinova .... key costume assistant
Sarka Zvolenska .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Tim Drewett .... digital film technician
Nick McCahearty .... post-production supervisor
Tim Waller .... senior colorist
Music Department
James Edward Barker .... music score producer
James Edward Barker .... orchestrator
Christoph Bauschinger .... music editor
James Loughrey .... music mixer
Ian Neil .... music supervisor
Petr Pycha .... orchestra contractor
Transportation Department
Jakub Kadlec .... unit transportation coordinator
Other crew
Mark Beardall .... title designer
Alisa Buckley .... unit publicist
Eva Dvorakova .... on set medic
Olina Edney .... production coordinator
Petra Horackova .... assistant location manager
Conall Jones .... production assistant
Vladimir Kesl .... computer technician
Lukás Kraina .... second assistant accountant
Karel Kubis .... production assistant
Miroslav Mika .... set production assistant
Eva Pitova .... script supervisor
Lucie Pokorná .... assistant to producers
David Pollison .... acquisition consultant for Ghost House Underground
Marion Santos IV .... behind the scenes director
Michal Snajdr .... first assistant accountant
Vaclav Sramek .... production assistant
Jaroslav Vaculik .... location manager
Tony Vizina .... assistant to production manager

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Rated R for violence, disturbing content, language and some sexuality
98 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Australia:MA15+ (2012) | Ireland:18 | Netherlands:16 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #46432)

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Roslyn:What are these - what are these Xs here? They're where the murders have occurred, right?
Det. Marling:Yeah. All within the two-mile radius of the central point.
Roslyn:Which is uhm... where?
Det. Marling:Here.
Roslyn:What, this street here?
Det. Marling:This hospital.
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12 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Ghost story or Serial Killer movie?, 12 April 2011
Author: Matt_Layden from Canada

A young girl gets a night job at an abandoned hospital doing clerical work. She's not alone though, there is another man on level 5 doing similar work. The woman starts to get visions of creepy things in the hospital, which slowly makes her lose her mind. It doesn't help that there is also a serial killer deemed The Night Hawk roaming the streets outside.

Psych 9 goes in too many directions and none of them come to a cohesive ending. Too much is left up being ambiguous and the film asks way too much from the audience. Big plot questions are never answered and we are left to assume things. Psych 9 doesn't know what type of film it wants to be, it's a slasher film at one point, then a supernatural spook story the next. The story should have concentrated on one aspect and stuck with it.

Sara Foster plays Roslyn, the young woman who gets the new job. She hears and sees things that a creepy, this takes a toll on her. She begins to go a tad crazy and we get to know a bit more about her past. Foster does a good job here, she has quite a bit of depth to her character, more than you would expect from a film like this. Her character is a lot like Nina from the recent Black Swan. The man up on the 5th floor is Dr. Irvin Clement played by Cary Elwes. His two most famous roles are Dr. Lawrence Gordon from Saw and more memorably Westley from The Princess Bride. he mostly sits and chats up Foster in this role, nothing too challenging or memorable to comment on.

There is a detective after Night Hawk, played by the always reliable and awesome 24/7 Michael Biehn. Again, underused a bit, his scenes consist of him showing up, asking questions and then leaving. The memorable role here belongs to Foster and the creepy factor belongs to the hospital. Session 9 has some similar elements to this film and they pulled it off better. Here, it feels disjointed which leaves the viewer confused. I sure was at points and even still am.

A lot of the film has that "seen it before" vibe. Its cues are straight from other films. The confusing parts are the faults of the filmmakers, for either not knowing a definitive answer, or never having one. Parts of it feel incomplete and like two different movies. I would have liked them to have left the Night Hawk killer subplot at the door and concentrated the the hospital and how crazy Foster became. I sure as hell wouldn't work at that place at night.

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