Whisper/Asylum/The Deaths of Ian Stone

  |  Buy to Own: 20/10/2008
  |  275 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Collection of three horror films. In 'Whisper' (2007), when David Sandborn (Blake Woodruff), the ten-year-old son of a wealthy New England socialite (Teryl Rothery), is kidnapped, his abductor, Max Truemont (Josh Holloway), and his seedy henchmen assume it will be a routine snatch in exchange for a nice big ransom. Unbeknown to the kidnappers, however, the shy and reserved David has his own agenda, and a mysterious way of seeing into other people's minds. Soon, Max and his cronies will wish that they had never even heard of David, much less abducted the boy. In 'Asylum' (2007), when a group of college students discover that their new university dormitory used to be a mental asylum, they unwittingly awaken the spirit of one of the hospital's deranged doctors. The sadistic scientist then proceeds to torment and torture the students by awakening terrifying memories from their troubled pasts. Finally, in 'The Deaths of Ian Stone' (2007), a man finds himself having to die a new death with every new day. When a strange creature forces him into the path of an oncoming train, Ian Stone (Mike Vogel) believes his life is finally over. But when he wakes, Stone finds himself reborn into another, different life, though one with a strangely familiar feel. As the creature returns once again to stalk his prey, Stone realises that if he is ever to break the ongoing cycle of death, he has to uncover the secrets about his life that are responsible for his living nightmare.