THE CALL director Brad Anderson returns to the helm for this psychological thriller loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe's 1845 short story THE SYSTEM OF DOCTOR TARR AND PROFESSOR FETHER, and centered on the experiences of a Harvard Medical School graduate (Jim Sturgess) who becomes obsessed with a mental patient named Eliza Graves (Kate Beckinsale) while working at a mental asylum that's been taken over by the inmates.
John Debney - Composer/"Hocus Pocus"
Lon Bender - Executive Producer, THE DOGWALKER (2002)
Mark Roper - Screenwriter/Director
Brad Anderson - Writer/Director
Joe Gangemi - Screenwriter, WIND CHILL (2007)
Kate Beckinsale - British Actress
Michael Caine - British Actor, ALFIE (1966)
Maurice Joseph Micklewhite Jr. - British Actor, ALFIE (1966)
Sinead Cusack - Actress
Christopher Fulford - Actor/"Prayer For Dying"
Brendan Gleeson - Actor/"Braveheart"
Ben Kingsley - British actor, GANDHI/SCHINDLER'S LIST
Krishna Banji - British actor, GANDHI/SCHINDLER'S LIST
Sir Ben Kingsley - British actor, GANDHI/SCHINDLER'S LIST
David Thewlis - British Actor
Jason Flemyng - British Actor
Jim Sturgess - Actor, 21 (2008)
Velizar Binev - Star, UNDISPUTED II: LAST MAN STANDING (2005)
Sophie Kennedy Clark - Actor
"STONEHEARST ASYLUM starring Jim Sturgess, Kate Beckinsale and Ben Kingsley, is a Victoria-era psychological thriller with some good twisty turns thanks to the inspiration of an Edgar Allan Poe story..." - 10/23/2014 Los Angeles Times
"STONEHEARST ASYLUM is the kind of hothouse psychological thriller that frames itself around unexpected reveals..." -- Grade: B - 10/23/2014 A.V. Club
"Director Brad Anderson has packed the film with an impressive list of British actors who bring the story to life in a gloom-infested setting where unanswered questions lurk around every dark, ominous corner." - 10/23/2014 Chicago Sun-Times
3 stars out of 5 -- "The increasingly ubiquitous Kingsley gets all the best lines here as Lamb..." - 04/19/2015 Total Film
"A spirited gothic tale, played with welcome black humour." - 04/17/2015 Empire