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Asylum Night (2004)

When Ellen Cole goes undercover at a mental asylum to rescue her brother, she is unaware that she is about to encounter her worst nightmares, for St. Mariahs Hospital for the criminally ... See full summary »

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Brad Watson
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Cast

Credited cast:
Adrienne Carlyle ... Ellen
Michelle Esclapez ... Nurse Caldwell
David Horton David Horton ... Stiles
Elliot Hill Elliot Hill ... P.C Williams
Lauren Bigby ... Lizzy
Nicolas Charles ... Peter Cole (as Nicolas Levene)
David Farrington David Farrington ... Sargeant Rayleigh
James Macleod James Macleod ... Sturges
Veronica Hempsey Veronica Hempsey ... Ruby Leonard (as Vernoica Hempsey)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Cargill Robert Cargill ... Dr. Leonard
Lucy Casson ... Dr. Librus
John Elnaugh John Elnaugh ... The Security Man
Lydia Jay Finn Lydia Jay Finn ... Vampire (as Lydia Jay Baird)
Kevin Lehane Kevin Lehane ... Boring Man
Keith Lynch Keith Lynch ... Cedric
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When Ellen Cole goes undercover at a mental asylum to rescue her brother, she is unaware that she is about to encounter her worst nightmares, for St. Mariahs Hospital for the criminally insane holds a dark secret. Deep in the dark recesses of the Asylum, Vampires have been caged for experiments and on this festive night the vampires will rise to draw blood again. Whilst in the hospital ballroom the party guests are blissfully unaware of the horror heading straight for them. With only the help of a whimsical police bobby and a pathalogical killer can Ellen escape the insanity of the Asylum? Written by Janice de la Mare

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A Christmas bash to end them all

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Comedy | Horror

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Official Sites:

Revolt Films

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 December 2004 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Essex, England, UK See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Revolt Films See more »
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Color
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'A Kick In The Arse' for low budget Horror
20 January 2005 | by sue-macainshSee all my reviews

I caught this movie on the horror channel and was very impressed and entertained by the sheer energy of the cast, and filmmakers, so i then purchased the DVD.

Obviously this film is a low budget production, but scores big with its over the top humour and gore content.

The filmmakers have used what little they had with regards to the budget and have still managed to deliver a superb gore fest roller-coaster of a movie.

The script and acting is of a much higher calibre than you would normally expect from such a movie and i can only hope that it gets to a wider audience.

There are not many independent English films, but these filmmakers seem to be intent on creating a conveyor belt of these types of films in the tradition of Roger Corman, I found the making of section of the DVD to be very entertaining.

I highly recommend this film.

This is the 'kick in the arse' that low budget digital film making has been waiting for!


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