An American nurse takes a temporary position on the night shift at a closing children's hospital on the Isle of Wight. When every shift is plagued by spooky occurrances and things that go bump in the night, she begins to believe the stories of one of the child pateints, who insists the hospital is haunted by a dangerous presence emanating from the long abandoned second floor.Written by
Bearwood College in Reading, England was used as the exterior location for the Mercy Falls Children's Hospital. See more »
When Amy gets upset after the incident with the bed sheet and her argue with Dr. Marcus, she reaches and opens the med cabinet to take one of her pills. She takes it with a sip from a water bottle, but instead of putting the medicine back in the cabinet, she puts the water bottle and closes the door. See more »
Violence, gore, and language has been edited out of the US release to obtain a PG-13 rating. See more »
I like horror movies. "Fragile" is like nowadays "japanese-horror" movies, but with a bit of European soul added. Everything's set to get you some goosebumps. An old children's hospital that is about to being closed, moody soundtrack, great set decorations and props and makeup, and sound effects that make you jump out of your skin sometimes. The movie hit a bullseye for me. Hospitals and abandoned places scare the hell out of me so watching this movie was like my worst nightmare came true. It was definitively scarier than The Ring. If you get the creep from hospitals, abandoned places and stuff like that, I do recommend this movie.
61 of 88 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this