Sun., October 28, 2012
Greystone Park is a film by Sean Stone and inspired by true events. Set in a hospital known for its ill-treatment of it’s patients mental illness. Electroshock, pressure baths, and lobotomies were often performed on the patients. Three film makers break into the infamous hospital and realize that they are not alone. Greystone Park is currently available on VOD and DVD courtesy of XLrator Media.
Synopsis: "The film is made in the tradition of Edgar Allen Poe, the great American writer, who recognized that there is nothing more terrifying than not knowing whether one is experiencing something frightening, or whether one is going mad and simply creating the fear," Stone says. "But perhaps, there is a connection between the two—the world we see is created by our imagination; and our imagination is fueled by the world we see. So from this fear-fueled journey, the shadows of Greystone Park have come alive…"