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Session 9
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Session 9 2001

From Amazon: Few things are more sure-fire creepy than huge abandoned buildings, and Session 9 has one of the eeriest buildings you've ever seen. A hazardous-materials-cleanup company has been hired to eliminate asbestos tiles and other toxic material from a gigantic mental hospital that had been shut down in the 1980s. But as one member of the team starts to nose into old files in the office, he uncovers a series of tape recordings of psychiatric sessions--nine of them--related to a notorious sexual abuse case. Soon, toxic materials and dark spirits start to merge. Like The Blair Witch Project (and most horror movies, really),...

Directed By:
No image existsBrad Anderson
Written By:
No image existsBrad Anderson
No image existsStephen Gevedon
Peter MullanPeter Mullan
No image existsDavid Caruso
No image existsJoshua Lucas
Brendan Sexton IIIBrendan Sexton III
No image existsPaul Guilfoyle
No image existsStephen Gevedon

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Session 9 Movie Review by Jarrod (8/4/2010)

'Session 9' is quite unlike any horror movie I have ever seen. It is a slow-burn psychological chiller, deeply unsettling and genuinely scary, and it achieves this not through violence, but rather, through suggestion, but the setting helps a lot, too; the abandoned Danvers State Hospital in Massachusetts, a famous...

(complete Session 9 review by Jarrod)

Session 9 Movie Review by Movie Addict (5/8/2007)

I felt that this film really took a long time to develop into a horror film.

It seemed like all anyone was doing was talking and arguing with each other. I don't know what that had to do with the horror.

A lot of the first part of the movie also took place in an atmosphere that was too bloody dark to know what was going...

(complete Session 9 review by Movie Addict)

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