Asylum Reviews

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August 17, 2005
Tells its gritty, weepy story well enough to satisfy those who crave a little more melodrama and madness in their lives.
August 12, 2005
If you dig legitimately creepy thrillers, you'd be crazy to miss Asylum.
August 12, 2005
Strong performances by a very good cast, especially a brooding, sexual animal-killer Marton Csokas, highlight Patrick Marber's exceptional script.
August 12, 2005
In the callused hands of director David Mackenzie...the rigorously tough-minded Asylum lives up to its potential as a modern masterpiece of psychological terror.
August 12, 2005
Terrifically entertaining and powerful.
August 11, 2005
Patrick McGrath's novel provides a solid and suspenseful story, even if it loses much of its bite in Mackenzie's hands.
August 11, 2005
Benefits from barbed exchanges, gritty period detail and its fine cast.
August 11, 2005
An intense and haunting drama with four memorable performances
August 11, 2005
A leanly structured, richly detailed and artistically thrilling work that is one of the most important films of the year.
August 11, 2005
Natasha Richardson in an intense performance as a passionate woman who risks all to satisfy her desires.
August 5, 2005
Penetrating look at a self-destructive woman, the victim of passion.
July 28, 2005
All the passion dynamics of a Harlequin novel but an outstanding cast offers the drama considerable therapy.
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