Miranda Grey is a psychiatrist who works in a penitentiary, in the mental institution sector. Dutton, Halle Berry, Penélope Cruz, Michel Perron, John Carroll Lynch, Amy Sloan, Matthew G. Miranda formerly abused by her stepfather, claims that she is frequently raped by the devil in her cell. Chloe Sava, a patient of Dr. The problems with it are that it becomes overblown, after initially pulsing away as a very moody and atmospherically tight spooker, set to a superbly eerie asylum backdrop, it gets away from itself in the final third. . After leaving the asylum in a stormy night, Dr.
Whilst hardly being a very good horror film, it's not exactly the stinker some would have you believe. Tech credits are dandy, though an impressive cast list are not asked to stretch themselves. Douglas Grey John Carroll Lynch John Carroll Lynch … Sheriff Ryan Bernard Hill Bernard Hill … Phil Parsons Penélope Cruz Penélope Cruz … Chloe Sava Dorian Harewood Dorian Harewood … Teddy Howard Bronwen Mantel Bronwen Mantel … Irene Kathleen Mackey Kathleen Mackey … Rachel Parsons Matthew G. Director: Mathieu Kassovitz Writer: Sebastian Gutierrez Stars: Halle Berry, Penélope Cruz, Robert Downey Jr. It seems she's been accused of murdering her husband -- but she has no memory of committing the crime. The makers never quite grasp the concept of keeping the mystery aspects of the plot still cloaked in scary tints.
As she tries to regain her memory and convince her co-workers of her innocence, a vengeful spirit uses her as an earthly pawn, which further convinces everyone of her guilt. It's not ever overtly frightening and lacks suspense in some key areas, but there's still enough of a creepy vibe here to not waste the time of first time viewers. Douglas Grey, the chief of department where Dr. Genre Horror, Thriller Imdb Rating 5. Miranda has a car accident, and when she wakes up, she is an inmate of the institution, being accused of an horrible crime and having no memory of the incident. She is married with Dr. .
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