When a very dead suicide victim (Jeremy Childs) disappears from the morgue, it sets in motion a chain of events that has the power to immolate everything, and everyone, it touches. Troubled psychiatrist Daniel Forrester (Shane Carruth) is drawn to help a mysterious patient who is brought to the emergency psych ward in a catatonic state with no memory of how he reached the hospital. As if to exorcise his own demons, the doctor feverishly tries to break through to his mysterious patient. But as a spate of mysterious deaths shakes the ward to it's core, Forrester comes to suspect that there is more to his new ward than meets the eye. As he comes to realise what he's unleashed, a desperate race against the forces of evil threatens to swallow him whole.
Initially intriguing, this relatively straightforward horror film delivers where it counts. It gives up trying to be inventive after the first hour but I loved seeing a wrote horror film that's been made with real care. See this for the poised performances from a cast of unknowns led by the director Shane Carruth. Supreme.
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