|Directed by:||John Stewart|
|Written by:||John Stewart|
|Produced by:||Carol Lemon; Harry F. Rushton|
|Music by:||Christopher Slaski|
|Edited by:||Paul Green|
|Distributed by:||Nunhead Films|
|Running time:||99 min.|
The Asylum is a British independent horror film of the psychological thriller subgenre. It was written and directed by John Stewart and produced by Nunhead Films. It was released in 2000. The movie stars Steffanie Pitt as Jenny Adams - a woman who is plagued by nightmares and comes to believe that she was responsible for the death of her own mother.
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|Steffanie Pitt||Jenny Adams|
|Patrick Mower||Doctor Adams|
|Jean Boht||Mrs. Brindle|
|Hannah Bridges||Little Jenny|
|Antonia Corrigan||Little Rose|
|Denis Huett||Mister Brindle|
|Dan Jeiphes||Male inmate|
|Sadie Nine||Mrs. Adams|
|Jane Shakespeare||Emma Brindle|
|Terry Taplin||Father Matthew|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- There are a total of twenty-two credited cast members in this film.
- The independent low-budget movie production house The Asylum has no connection to this film.
- Actress Penny Linfield is credited as Penn Linfield in this film.
- Actor Terence Taplin is credited as Terry Taplin in this film.
- Director John Stewart is not to be confused with actor John Stewart who appeared in episodes of Fear the Walking Dead.
- Actress Steffanie Pitt is the daughter of Ingrid Pitt, who plays her mother in this film. Ingrid Pitt is best known for her work as a buxom vamp of the 1970s in films such as Countess Dracula, The House That Dripped Blood, and The Vampire Lovers.
- Actor Colin Baker is best known for playing the part of the Sixth Doctor on the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who.
- According to actor Colin Baker, the main set used for this film was an actual decommissioned mental asylum.
- This movie is Ingrid Pitt's so-called return to the big screen.
- This is John Stewart's third film work as a director.
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