When a mysterious “John Doe” wakes up in a morgue and wanders into a psychiatric ward, a devoted doctor and curious medical examiner must slowly uncover dark and sinister secrets about the man that reveal a more horrifying truth than they could have ever imagined.
The Dead Center takes on complex ideas about life, death and immortality, infusing them with a slick and unsettling injection of classic hospital paranoia. Bolstered by a riveting performance from Shane Carruth (Director of Primer and Upstream Color), The Dead Center is a much-needed reminder that the most frightening moments can come from the most human of places.
You may come out of The Dead Center rooting for a sequel. I’m just rooting for whatever Senese’s next movie is, even if it keeps me awake at night.Nerdist