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Asylum (1997)
Title: Asylum
Directed by: James Seale
Written by: James Seale
Produced by: Richard O. Lowry; James Seale; William Webb
Music by: Alan Williams
Cinematography: David M. Rakoczy
Edited by: Mark Manos; Nick Rotundo
Distributed by: Westwind Productions, Inc.
Monarch Home Video
Norstar Entertainment
Released: May 9th, 1997
Rating: R
Running time: 90 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: Unknown
Gross: Unknown

Asylum is an American horror film of the psycho-thriller subgenre. It was written and directed by James Seale and produced by Westwind Productions, Inc. It premiered on home video (VHS format) on May 9th, 1997. Video distribution for the film was handled by Monarch Home Video and Norstar Entertainment. The film stars Robert Patrick as Nicholas Tordone, a private investigator who is traumatized over his father's suicide and goes undercover at a mental institution to learn the truth about what really happened. Other stars in the film include Malcolm McDowell, Karl Bury, Tom Poster, Deborah Worthing, Rebecca Rothstein and Adam Gierasch.

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  • The tagline to this film is, "The usual suspects are anything but usual".

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