Sublime (2007) Movie Review

Sublime (2007)

2007 | R | Horror, Thriller
113 minutes /

User Score: 57/100

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Sublime Review


On the day after his fortieth birthday, the family man and computer analyst George Grieves goes to the Mt...

Family man George Grieves (Tom Cavanagh of TV’s Ed and Love Monkey) checks into Mt. Abadon Hospital for a routine procedure. When he awakens from his anesthesia, something is terribly wrong…with George…with the hospital…and especially with the shuttered East Ward, an eerie lair of secrets, sex and surgical terrors. Raw Feed presents the fear-drenched psychological thriller Sublime, directed by Tony Krantz (executive producer of 24) from a screenplay by Emmy Award winner Erik Jendresen (Band of Brothers). In the tradition of cinema’s classic tales of suspense, Sublime will keep you guessing as its puzzle pieces fall into place, and leave you stunned by its astounding conclusion. Graphic, bold, sexual and utterly horrifying, Sublime explores what happens when what you fear becomes real.

About Sublime (2007)

Title: Sublime
Year: 2007
Runtime: 113 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.85/5 stars from 7 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 7
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Michael Gregory, Cas Anvar, Kyle Gallner, Lilyan Chauvin, John Rubinstein, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Shanna Collins, Dan Gerrity, Paget Brewster, Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter, George Newbern, Jordi Caballero, Carolyn Hennesy, Bruce Nozick, Erik Jendresen, Michelle Page, Sujata Day, Tom Cavanagh, Susan Santiago, Kathleen York, Kat Coiro, David Clayton Rogers
Writers: Erik Jendresen
Director: Tony Krantz

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