— by ROBERT DeFEIS —
Many of you will probably go on to the next article after reading the title of this film, but if you haven’t yet, you made a pretty good choice. I don’t really know why, but the title just doesn’t sit too well with me, maybe I just don’t get it but it seems pretty lame. But I still was entertained by the clips, hence you making the right choice.
This film is about a young woman named Rosyln (Sara Foster) with a troubled past — I know it’s a shocker plot, but hang with me for a minute. She took a job at a recently-closed hospital to collate the hard copy patient records. While working alone in the building after dark (as an aside, I really don’t think you can pay me enough to work at night in a hospital that has no one in it but you. I just had to say that because it’s just very disturbing to even think about it), she experiences a series of unsettling events that lead her to believe the hospital may be connected to a number of recent murders in the area. To uncover the truth, she has to solve the mystery of her own disturbing past.
The first clip takes us to where she decides it would be a good idea to work at night. She sneaks a peak at the screen that monitors the hallway. I have to say this first clip really scared me, I mean I should have expected it, but nonetheless I jumped fairly high.
The second clip puts Rosyln in a therapy session in which she tries to figure out what a dream means.
The writer is Lawrence Robinson, while Andrew Shortell is at the helm. “Psych 9” will have a limited release starting Feb. 5.
Source: Trailer Addict
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