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House of Dust is a horror film that claims evil can survive, even after death. And it has just released it new trailer.

The action of the film takes place in Redding Asylum House, a disused mental hospital which, in its day, conducted some of the most horrific and misguided experiments on its patients imaginable.

Emma - a student of the nearby Camden College - is a schizophrenic, and has been haunted by visions and voices that came from nowhere her entire life. So you would think that breaking into an old disused mental hospital would be the last thing she would want to do.

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But this is a horror movie, and predictably enough, she enters - and once there, having inhaled the possessed dust of the former patients, her and her friends are overcome with their spirits, and the horror begins.

Check out the trailer here:

So does House of Dust's story of reawakened mental medical malpractice look scary to you? Or do you find the plot unconvincing? And which outdated medical "cures" would you least like to undergo?

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Which of these outdated treatments for madness is the worst?


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