The third monster returning from Alcatraz is the most despised yet: threefold convicted child murderer Kit Nelson kidnapped young Dylan Callahan from his bed, terrifying kid brother Liam to silence. Diego 'Doc' Soto realizes his MO is to spend the weekend with him and return the corpse home and breaks emotionally when Emerson Hauser heartlessly sets up a trap there, but finds them himself, although that doesn't go well either. In 1960, Warden Edwin James heaped his cruelty on top of customary abuse by fellow inmates and prison doctor Milton Beauregard.
Did You Know?
The comic book on the boy's bed in the opening sequence is Justice Society of America #42 from October 2010. It is part of the crossover story line called Brightest Day. It was the followup to the crossover story line Blackest Night. Brightest day is about the resurrection/return of some of the heroes that died/disappeared in the Blackest Night series. See more
A large chunk of plot is based on Alcatraz having a commissary (i.e. a place to buy items not issued by the prison). However, rule 49 of the inmate regulations famously states: "49. SPECIAL PURCHASES: There is no commissary at Alcatraz. The institution supplies all your needs. You are not allowed to have anything sent to you from home, friends or relatives". See more
[after Nelson, a child killer, is beaten up in the prison yard
They didn't beat you because of what you did. They beat you because of what you are.
Alacatraz End Credits Theme
Composed by J.J. Abrams See more