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Eric Brainard 7 months ago
Good psychological mystery-thriller as the group loses it. Nothing given away til the end.
Zach Sly over 6 years ago
"Fear is a place" is a very apt tagline for this movie. Excellent editing and atmosphere.
Julian Liby over 6 years ago
A suspenseful movie for sure. Enjoyed the character known as Simon and the buildup to him.
Andrew Bruno over 6 years ago
Good directing. Well written. Dialogue's not bad. Subpar acting. Awful cinematography.
Henke over 6 years ago
Favorite thriller. See it!!!
Franco Metz over 6 years ago
Very disappointing
Melli Yaeger almost 7 years ago
Smart, surprising, atmospherically creepy as shit. Pay attention.
Joseph Gieringer over 7 years ago
Slow and steady wins the psych-horror race. A pleasant surprise that stays with you.
Benjamin Featherston over 7 years ago
Great locations and strong characters can't make up for a slow pace with a lousy payoff.
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Q Sera almost 5 years ago
Session 9 is a 2001 American psychological horror film directed by Brad Anderson. It stars David Caruso, Peter Mullan, Stephen Gevedon, Paul Guilfoyle, Josh Lucas, and Brendan Sexton III. The plot focuses on the growing tension within an asbestos removal crew working at an abandoned mental asylum, which is paralleled by the gradual revelation of a former patient's disturbed past through recorded audio tape of the patient's hypnotherapy sessions. The film takes place in and around the Danvers State Mental Hospital in Danvers, Massachusetts. The massive building in Danvers, which was part of the National Register of Historic Places, was partially demolished in 2006. The Danvers State Hospital has been closed since 1985. Gordon Fleming (Peter Mullan) is the owner of The Hazmat Elimination Company, a small asbestos removal company. When he hears that the hospital needs asbestos removal, he makes a bid to remove it, ambitiously claiming he can finish the job in just one week in order to...
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