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A group of documentary filmmakers are filming a TV special about the events which occurred at the famous and mysterious abandoned Cain Hill asylum many years earlier, and the unexplained abductions and murders that have occurred at the site since then. The group soon learn that one of the inmates never left Cain Hill at all.
During filming, actor Jason York (Marcus) discovered his bottle of drinking water had been mysteriously shot-through with a pellet gun on set at the asylum location, with the bullet still inside the bottle. Nobody on set had a gun, as weapons were expressly forbidden from the set. See more »
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Not a bad little horror - it was obviously made on a tiny budget (some of the acting reflected this!) but there were elements that were really good - the editing and music stood out to me as a horror fan. The story is a bit of a slow build and it is fairly gore light but the location was really great (and genuinely scary looking!).
Not the best I have seen in 2017 but certainly not the worst - just don't go in expecting a big budget Hollywood type film - as said some of the acting (and camera work) is a bit low rent but overall I enjoyed it and would say give it a rent!
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