If you like horror anthologies like V/H/S, The ABCs of Death or S-VHS, then you might want to put Sanitarium on your radar. A new red-band trailer is now available for the picture, which features segments directed by Bryan Ramirez, Kerry Valderrama and Bryan Oritz. Sanitarium features a trio of stories that each take place within the titular institution and focus on a different patient. Malcolm McDowell, who narrates the trailer, appears to be the head doctor who likely connects each of the segments together. Also starring Robert Englund, Lacey Chabert, Lou Diamond Phillips and John Glover, Sanitarium will make its world premiere on March 1st at the Miami International Film Festival. Hit the jump to watch the red-band trailer.
The red-band trailer and images for Sanitarium come courtesy of The Playlist:
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