Synposis from Image:
Abandon everything you’ve ever believed about that brittle concept we call “reality” and prepare to enter a macabre netherworld of shadows, fiends and phantoms - a twisted realm of waking nightmares and warped minds, locked away in unrelenting torment. Welcome to the Sanitarium. Behind the walls of the Sanitarium, Dr. Stenson holds dominion over the inmates of a most unusual asylum.
There's some strong imagery but without strong stories to back up the creative aesthetic that was supposed to really impress the audience save for the story featuring Phillips which is more passable than the other two.
Sanitarium will divide its audience, and even in conversation's since watching it, I've already found a few folks who truly enjoyed the movie, but I'm afraid I am not one of them this time around. I still think it's worth a watch though because maybe the shiny darkness of the thing will give you the creepies and the crazies of the Sanitarium might be the kind you're looking for. For a newer anthology picture it has the most sensible of wrap around stories which seems to be a sore spot for pictures trying to entomb short films. One last thing, I do not want to see this film marketed as a Trilogy of Terror again. Karen Black doesn't need to share that movie title with Sanitarium's tagline department.
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