Few things are more sure-fire creepy than huge abandoned buildings, and Session 9 has one of the eeriest buildings you've ever seen. A hazardous-materials-cleanup company has been hired to eliminate asbestos tiles and other toxic material from a gigantic mental hospital that had been shut down in the 1980s. But as one member of the team starts to nose into old files in the office, he uncovers a series of tape recordings of psychiatric sessions--nine of them--related to a notorious sexual abuse case. Soon, toxic materials and dark spirits start to merge. Like The Blair Witch Project (and most horror movies, really), Session 9 is longer on atmosphere and dream logic than story--but the atmosphere is effectively unsettling. A strong cast (including Peter Mullan, David Caruso, and Brendan Sexton III) do an effective job of slowly cracking under stress and evil influences. --Bret Fetzer
I hit Wendy.
A couple days ago, right after I found out about this job, I went home. I had flowers, I wanted to celebrate. I came in she was cookin' pasta. I wanted to kiss her. I guess she turned the wrong way because next thing I know, I've got a pot of boiling water all over m'leg. And I don't know if it was the dog barkin', I don't know if it was Emma cryin' but I slapped her. I knew it was an accident, but I hit her for it. *trying to make sense of it* I hurt my wife. I love my wife.