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- MOVIE page: Sanitarium (2013)
- Rate: 4.4/10 total 232 votes
- Genre: Thriller
- Runtime: 108 min
- Filming Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA
- Stars: Malcolm McDowell, Lou Diamond Phillips, John Glover | See full cast and crew
- Original Music By: Douglas Edward
- Soundtrack: Coyote
- (in alphabetical order)
- Crystal Bratton
- Scott Marcano
- Bryan Ortiz
- Kerry Valderrama
Plot: Three stories of the mentally ill: 1. Artist begins taking orders from the dolls he exhibits. 2. Eight year old boy... See more » | »
Story: 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 byTross
- Rick Carrillo known as co-producer
- Remy Carter known as producer
- Alok Khera known as executive producer
- Amanda Rubio Ramirez known as co-producer
- Kevin Stanford known as executive producer
- Kerry Valderrama known as producer
- Malcolm McDowell known as Dr. Stenson
- Lou Diamond Phillips known as James Silo
- John Glover known as Gustav
- Robert Englund known as Sam
- David Mazouz known as Steven
- Lacey Chabert known as Ms. Lorne
- Chris Mulkey known as Father
- Mayra Leal known as Isabelle
- Nova Aragon known as Allison
- Brant Bumpers known as Creature
- Mark Cantu known as Police Officer
- Venda D'Abato known as Reflection
- Eric Vincent Davenport known as Art Exhibit Attendee
- Ryder Maldonado known as Kyle Silo
- Evan Materne known as Student
- Rebecca Mazouz known as Claire
- Walter Perez known as Mateo
- Joseph Rivera known as Caleb
- Devon C.N. Soria known as College Student
- Luis John Soria known as Art Exhibit Attendee
- Howard Lawrence known as College Student (uncredited)
Sanitarium (2013) Review by myloveincruz from United States
I am jotting down a review because nobody else has.
Three stories of the mentally ill: 1. Artist begins taking orders fromthe dolls he exhibits. 2. Eight year old boy, cruel father, concernedteacher and hallucinatory monster come into conflict. 3. Professorconvinced of the Mayan apocalypse prophesies, builds bomb shelter tosave his family.
I like psychological movies and this had the mix of elements I dig. Alate night psychological mystery/thriller with a mad eye view ofevents. If you want to take a ride through insanity where you can't besure what you are seeing is objective reality or hallucinations, thisshould suit you. Not art house or anything, more like an old HBO Talesfrom the Crypt. The last story with Lou Diamond Phillips was myfavorite and will stay with me.
Giving it a 6 out of 10.
Sanitarium (2013) Review by Killer_Movie (firstname.lastname@example.org) from USA
This isn't your average horror anthology by any regard and the uniqueway of this film's storytelling may put off many viewer's that areexpecting a V/H/S or Tales From the Crypt type of film. Instead what weget is a look into the minds of three different mentally ill patientsand the horror that is real to them in "their" world. Since there arethree installments, I'll outline them individually, although there isone constant throughout the film and that is Malcolm McDowell asDr.Stenson, who gives a bit of a narrative connecting one story to thenext.
The first segment,"Figuratively Speaking" stars John Glover, whoconvincingly plays the fragile artist Gustav, whose connection to hiscreations(which pays a nice homage to the Puppet Master franchise) &some foul play by a trusted friend, lead to his ultimate downfall.
Segment two, "Monsters are real" involves a young boy namedSteven(David Mazouz "Touch") who has the unfortunate case of CatatonicSchizophrenia. At the young age of eight his life crumbles around himas his visions of a beast like stalker begin to plague him. His teacherMs. Lorne, played by the gorgeous Lacey Chabert, tries to render helpto Steven when she suspects abuse from home. All of which leads toquite a mysterious conclusion, blurring the lines between imagination &reality.
The third segment, "Up to the Last Man" stars Lou Diamond Phillips asProfessor James Silo, a husband & father who becomes deeply obsessedwith ancient Mayan prophecies telling of an upcoming apocalypse. As hisgrip on reality fades he begins to design the mother of all bombshelters and like in the second segment, insanity & reality becomeintertwined.
This is a film about perspective, it's purpose isn't to terrify ordeliver buckets of blood, but to bring to light the views from insidethe minds of these three random, but quite unique patients all remandedto the same asylum. It walks us through the horror's that the existonly in their minds, well, mostly only in their minds, as the viewer isleft decide what in fact is real. The direction is executed perfectlyin each story by directors Bryan Ortiz, Bryan Ramirez and KerryValderrama. Equally noteworthy was the score, giving each piece it'sown specific atmosphere & identity. If this sounds interesting then byall means give it a go. It's no masterpiece, but it made for anoriginal & intriguing watch.
Sanitarium (2013) Review by zorro6204 from Seattle, WA
OK, Malcolm McDowell is just here as a "name", he's merely thenarrator. Moreover, his comments are not particularly welcome,particularly after the second scenario.
That aside, this is a very good horror movie, a trilogy of tales inclassic fashion. The cast is fine, the photography is excellent, thesoundtrack lush and properly climatic. It's as good as any otherhorror/macabre movie out there right now, certainly on a par with "ThePurge" for example, but fewer than five votes here? Zero criticalreviews on R/T or linked here? I don't understand that at all, my firstinstinct was that this must be some crapola indie film, and I'd expectmaybe two 9 or 10 star reviews comparing it to the best of Hitchcock(by people who had never posted any other reviews until they were hiredto work on the film). But it's not, it's a well made, mainstream filmwith real actors and professional craftsmanship. By all means check itout.
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