Haunted hospital mystery drama of the horror genre at Boston's All Souls Hospital.
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 Patrick Fortado 6 episodes, 2001
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 Joey Passamontes 6 episodes, 2001
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 Dr. Brad Sterling 5 episodes, 2001
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 Nurse Glory St. Claire 5 episodes, 2001
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 Dr. Mitchell Grace 5 episodes, 2001
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 Dr. Nicole De Brae 5 episodes, 2001
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 Philomena Cullen, M.D. 5 episodes, 2001
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 Dr. Dante Ambrosius / ... 5 episodes, 2001
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 Mental Patient #1 / ... 2 episodes, 2001
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 Huge Orderly 2 episodes, 2001
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 Alice Anne Holland / ... 2 episodes, 2001
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 Paramedic 2 episodes, 2001
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Haunted hospital mystery drama of the horror genre at Boston's All Souls Hospital.

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Evil has taken residence.

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Drama | Horror | Sci-Fi

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17 April 2001 (USA)  »

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Les âmes damnées  »

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The geography of where All Souls is shown to be in Boston would place it where the Massachusetts Statehouse is. See more »

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"General Hospital" Meets "The Haunting"
18 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

Reminiscent of Lars von Trier's TV work, "The Kingdom," this hour-long series is set inside a prestigious hospital in Boston which is haunted by the ghosts of past medical experiments. As is often the case with these hybrids, "All Souls" doesn't quite work as either a medical drama or a supernatural thriller, but the mix offers intriguing possibilities and may attract a loyal (though probably small) following. Two members of the cast stand out: Irma P. Hall lends strength and substance to whatever scene she's in and one hopes to see her role expanded in future episodes, and Grayson McCouch -- the bright spot in the short-lived "Legacy" series -- makes an attractive and appealing hero, especially when the writers strive for an "A" in Anatomy by contriving scenes which allow him to take his shirt off.


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