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Greystone Park -- In October 2009, the filmmakers went into an abandoned psychiatric hospital to explore the 'haunted' institution, famous for its radical treatment of patients with mental illness. Electroshock, insulin therapy, and lobotomies were commonplace. Once inside, the filmmakers quickly discovered that they were not alone; this story is based on their experiences.
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2012 (USA) See more »
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Do you believe in ghosts?
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Cast

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Pete Antico ... Pete

Antonella Lentini ... Antonella

Zana Markelson ... Zana

Coralie Charriol Paul
John Schramm ... John

Oliver Stone ... Oliver

Sean Stone ... Sean
Monique van Vooren ... Monique

Alex Wraith ... Alex (as Alexander Wraith)

Monique Zordan ... Monique

Directed by
Sean Stone 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Sean Stone 
Alex Wraith  (as Alexander Wraith)

Produced by
David P. Beitchman .... co-executive producer
Csaba Bereczky .... co-producer
Dean Blechman .... executive producer
Antoni Gimel-Lecosse .... executive producer
Amaury Markey .... executive producer
Giulia Prenna .... producer
Michelle Seañez .... co-executive producer
Kaila York .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Eduardo Enrique Mayén 
 
Film Editing by
Christopher Donlon 
 
Production Design by
Philip Salick 
 
Art Direction by
David Dean Ebert  (as Dave Dean Ebert)
 
Costume Design by
Arlene Castillo 
Melanie Randolph 
 
Makeup Department
Beatrice Alcorta .... hair stylist (as Beatrice Najera)
Beatrice Alcorta .... makeup artist (as Beatrice Najera)
Margaret Brent .... key makeup artist
David Presto .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Collin Warhaftig .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph Ciccarella .... first assistant director
Kelsea Davis .... second assistant director
Brian Kluska .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Rachel Blackwell .... property master
Xin Lin .... set dresser (as Hsin-Yu Lin)
Allison R. Marx .... set dresser
David McDaniel .... set dresser
David Morgan .... leadman
 
Sound Department
Brendan Berry .... boom operator
Michael Chobot .... boom operator
Graham Hick .... assistant sound editor
Erick Jolley .... dialogue editor
Erick Jolley .... foley artist
Erick Jolley .... sound designer
Erick Jolley .... sound editor
Erick Jolley .... sound re-recording mixer
Erick Jolley .... supervising sound editor
Eric M. Klein .... post sound supervisor
Shiho Miyazawa .... sound mixer
Martin Quiñones .... adr recordist
Martin Quiñones .... adr supervisor
Martin Quiñones .... sound effects editor
Martin Quiñones .... sound recordist
Brett Van Deusen .... sound mixer
Steve Walter .... foley artist
 
Visual Effects by
Aaron Kupferman .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Wade Allen .... stunt coordinator
Pete Antico .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Matthew Boda .... electrician
Alexa Harris .... key grip
Roberto Hernandez .... gaffer
Rick Morrison .... grip
Raina Oberlin .... additional grip
Darcy Schlitt .... grip
Brian Taylor .... daily best boy grip
Matthew Van Doren .... additional key grip
Fletcher Wolfe .... additional grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Goldberg .... set costumer
Danielle Johnson .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Steven Cuellar .... assistant editor
Eric M. Klein .... digital intermediate producer
Toby Martisius .... colorist
Josh Rifkin .... supervising editor
 
Other crew
Jill Barnes .... script supervisor: New York Unit
Sherie Giehtbrock .... script supervisor
Michelle Seañez .... production counsel
Andrew Stoller .... production assistant
Andrea Ulrich .... script supervisor
Maron Warhaftig .... production assistant
Stephanie Waters .... producers asssistant
 

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Rated R for language throughout, and brief disturbing images
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79 min
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Theatrical prints carry a 2010 copyright date. The on-screen title is Graystone.See more »
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Alex:[about Graystone] Legend has it that anyone who goes inside, will go mad.See more »

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26 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
Only For Die-Hard Fans of Shaky, Hand-held Camera-work Style of Horror Movies, 15 July 2012
Author: Kaya Ozkaracalar from Istanbul, Turkey

I tend to try to find something to enjoy and appreciate in every single horror movie I watch no matter how mediocre it may be and yet I found this obscure film to be very boring most of the time and very frustrating when not boring. It has a somewhat interesting premise, director Sean Stone plays the lead character named Sean and the other cast members also play characters named after themselves; in other words, they all seem to play themselves. Even Oliver Stone also appears as Oliver, Sean's father. The movie starts with a dinner talk about ghosts and then three youths set out to explore an abandoned insane asylum and film their exploit. For about an hour, basically nothing worthwhile happens as they walk around inside the asylum. The setting is actually quite wonderful in itself and yet it simply serves the function of being a background for the three characters to argue among themselves, the line "let's get the hell out of here" is uttered periodically! Some false and some real scares occur in the last 20 minutes or so and yet they are quite mild.

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