I just watched a film called Session 9
which I recommend to horror-fiction fans.
It's the story of what happens when a small hazardous-materials company is contracted to remove asbestos from a crumbling, abandoned lunatic asylum.
It's a true horror film, in that it concentrates on creating an atmosphere of dread, instead of startling the audience with cheap scares, or grossing-out the viewer with gore.
What exactly happens is never truly explained--the viewer is let to decide if some malevolent supernatural force was at work, or if the events depicted have a 'scientific' explanation.
The asylum in which it was filmed was a real place, and is creepier than any constructed movie set.
I give it a rating of
, out of a possible four.