"Sanitarium" is an original series that consists of segments based on particular patients of a mental institution and what drove them to madness.

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Kerry Valderrama (segment), Crystal Bratton (segment) (as C.M. Bratton) | 15 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Malcolm McDowell ... Dr. Stenson
Lou Diamond Phillips ... James Silo (segment "Up to the Last Man")
John Glover ... Gustav (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Robert Englund ... Sam (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Ngozi K. Udenkwo Ngozi K. Udenkwo ... Assistant (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Albert Flores Albert Flores ... Reporter #1 (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Chris Mulkey ... Father (segment "Monsters are Real")
Brandy Lopez Brandy Lopez ... Reporter #2 (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
David Mazouz ... Steven (segment "Monsters are Real")
Tyler Driskill Tyler Driskill ... Cameraman (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Walter Perez ... Mateo (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Michael Botsford Michael Botsford ... Cameraman (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Mayra Leal ... Isabelle (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
Venda D'Abato Venda D'Abato ... Mirror Woman (segment "Sanitarium")
Eric Fonseca Eric Fonseca ... Gustav's Friend (segment "Figuratively Speaking")
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Three stories of the mentally ill: 1. Artist begins taking orders from the dolls he exhibits. 2. Eight year old boy, cruel father, concerned teacher and hallucinatory monster come into conflict. 3. Professor convinced of the Mayan apocalypse prophesies, builds bomb shelter to save his family. Written by Tross

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The close-up of Malcolm McDowell's hand when he reaches under a hospital pillow to remove a voice recorder, is the hand of Andrew Mayer-Oakes, San Antonio Film Commisioner. See more »

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Written and performed by POP Pistol
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Cut into three pieces
9 June 2015 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

I had no idea this was an anthology, before I watched it, but it makes sense. It's also very obvious, after the first segment is over 30 minutes into the movie. Although I was wondering right before that end, where the "movie" was going to go ... the story of seemed over, so I was kind of intrigued. Turns out that particular story was over.

The segments themselves are pretty decent, with a lot of star power behind them (or at least actors some might recognize). Not sure if Lou Diamond Phillips is on anyones radar the past decade or so. It's nice seeing him and other faces though and they're doing a good job, which is needed to keep this from falling apart. Apart from the main location (it's in the title), you could make another connection between the segments ... it's a bit of a "conspiracy" so to speak, but if you connect the dots ...


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 February 2014 (Netherlands) See more »

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Up to the Last Man See more »

Filming Locations:

San Antonio, Texas, USA

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2.35 : 1
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