|release date||March 13 2007|
|studio||Warner Home Video (Raw Feed)|
|starring||Tom Cavanagh, Kathleen York, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Katherine Cunningham-Eves, David Clayton Rogers, Shanna Collins, Kyle Gallner, Cas Anvar, Bruce Nozick, Dan Gerrity, John Rubinstein, Joe Manganiello, Paget Brewster, Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter, Carolyn He|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisAdmitted to a hospital for a routine, minimally invasive procedure, George Grieves (Cavanagh) discovers that his circumstances are much more serious and complicated than originally expected. Trapped in the increasingly bizarre and dangerous world of the eerie hospital, George tries to maintain his sanity while uncovering the truth behind the growing number of medical misdeeds happening within the institution’s East Ward. As his own fears begin to manifest all around him, he learns that this is not a hospital where people come to get better… this is a hospital where people come to die.
There are few things in this life that elicit more chills than the coldly antiseptic reality that exists inside the walls of a hospital room. Beige colored machines beeping and whizzing in a life or death dance, the slow-motion dripping of the I.V. While the soft buzzing of florescent lighting, flickering overhead, all come together to create an aura of dread. Perhaps it is because hospitals are so close to death that the energy surrounding them feels so soul-sucking. The latest release from Warner Brothers’ Raw Feed line treats the disease called western medicine with a contempt that is rarely expressed outside of satire and almost never in genre filmmaking. …Read More