The Lazarus Project Reviews
What I especially liked is that the creepy scenes had some nuance to them, with understated acting and a potent musical score. The final resolution smacks of feel-good. But overall there is at least some level of artistry in the movie lifting it above a lowest-common-denominator creep show.
Suddenly facing a lethal injection, Ben must say goodbye to his family and prepare himself for the worst. But when he regains consciousness near an eerie psychiatric ward, believing himself to be the new grounds keeper, Ben is haunted by images of his old life and questions if his death sentence was really what it seems...
With the state of his soul in question, and the love for his wife Lisa (Piper Perabo) and daughter Katie all the more real and powerful, Ben must figure out if he's truly cheated death, or if he's become part of something far more
also stars Lambert Wilson, Linda Cardellini, Malcolm Goodwin, Brooklyn Proulx, Tony Curran and Bob Gunton.
directed by John Glenn.