I had heard about this film when it recieved what seemed like a very brief theatrical run earlier this year, but never got a chance to see it. What it is is an independent, digital-video (but the best-looking DV film I've seen) production about a group of middle-aged workers who remove asbestos from buildings for a living. Business isn't great and they need a job - they succeed in securing a job at the Danvers State Mental Asylum, an enormous building full of dark tunnels and even darker hallways. Essentially, it puts the house in "The Haunting" to shame. To get a bonus, the leader tells the city that they will complete a three-week job in one week. Tension and stress start to build, as the men begin to distrust one another. They start to hear noises; are they letting their tension get to them or are the spirits of the building becoming angered? The interesting element of the film is that it was actually filmed at the real former mental facility, which has been shut down for about 15 years and is in a state of disrepair. I don't think a set designer could make something this genuinely creepy. I felt the last quarter of the film wasn't as good as the first 75%, but overall, it was an impressive effort that had quite a few genuine scares and not just that jumping out from behind a corner Scooby Doo-type stuff. It's definitely way better than "Soul Survivors", which also comes out this week. USA Films put out a very nice DVD, with good video and audio quality (unfortunately, the film is only in 2.0, not 5.1). There's also commentary, storyboards and other supplements.