Synopsis: While on a class observation trip at a local mental hospital, young psychology major Abby Jones (Christine Evangelista), has a chilling encounter with high-risk patient, Harmon (Dominic Purcell). She returns home for an evening of normal study with her two roommates unaware of the darkness shes awakened within him. Later that evening a storm moves in, while Harmon escapes leaving a trail of death, as he makes his way toward an unsuspecting Abby. Meanwhile, Abby and her roommate Lynn (Carly Chaikin) receive a visit from Carter Thomas (Scott Elrod), the neighbor cop across the street, warning them about a local peeper lurking in the area.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Campion Murphy
Production: Hollywood Media Bridge
98 min

Escapee - Translated By : Dracula Khan


sought for the murder

a girl earlier today.

Watch out.

The suspect is armed and dangerous.


He's running.

Bring them here.

Did you find something?

We found the footprints.

Bring them here.

Where are the dogs?


Hands off!

Lie on the floor!

On the floor! Now!

All units.

We capture the suspect.

Okay, let's begin.

In relation to patients.

Not always

is what you see ...

but what you do not see

What is more revealing.

- What the hell does that mean?

- Listen.

I do not think I convinced

to do this stupid class.

Now you will see

that in some patients ...

all points

are connected.

Listen. Some people

not yet arrived.

Let's wait a few minutes.

Then let's go.

- Abby, we can talk a little?

- Of course.

I just want you to know

that if you want ...

can be released

observation today.

I understand that should be

very traumatic ...

since his father

was a patient here.

No need to give me

special privileges, teacher.

He knew what he was doing

When I enrolled in this class.

- I thank ...

- My father ...

killed himself

when I was nine.

- Long wait for that.

- Okay.

Maybe it will help

to move forward.

- To give an end to it.

- Maybe.

I think it will do well

this field, Abby.

- Patients will love it.

- Thank you.

- Right. It seems that everyone arrived.

- Melissa Link.

Let's go.


That's what I always wanted to do.

- 'A trip to a mental hospital.

- It's better than the classroom.


We agree on something.

Then go to the party?

I can not.

- How well can not?

- I need to study for exams.

You can study tomorrow.

- I promised Abby.

- He promised what?

Would study with her.

Come on, we have to focus.

I'll give you something

to concentrate.


Okay, guys.

Reach out.

For all that

attended today ...

- This is Fred.

- How are you, sir?

Officer Ramos

will be our guide.

He will spend them badges.

Write their names on them

and paste in a visible location.

Here you are.

Someone needs to pen?

- She is sleeping with him.

- He will hear.

Now, for all of you

who attended today ...

remember that will be worth ten points

extra on your final grade.

If everyone is ready,

let's go.


I just imagine them together ...

- And I am completely disgusted.

- Will cause trouble.

- It's disgusting!

- Stop!

Let's see how

patients are diagnosed.

Who is being treated than

and how to separate the different wings.

We have a transport

code orange.

- Now?

- Now.

Okay, guys, listen up.

We have a code orange.

A high-risk patient

is coming now.

Turn all front

to the wall.

Now. See all

facing the wall.

Come on.

It is essential

not make eye contact ...

until they hear our permission.

- "Do not make eye contact."

- Stop!


Do not talk, please.

You're mine.

You're mine.

You're beautiful.

Put him back in his cell!

- Stay here with him.

- Come on!

- Abby, are you okay?

- I think so.

- Did he hurt you?

- No. I'm fine.

- Are you sure?

- I.

Listen, do not need to finish

the tour if you want.

No, that's okay.

- Seriously, I'm fine.

- Okay.

In the future, keep

dangerous patients ...

excursions away from my students!


Follow me.

Later I call

to know how you are.

All are well?




Come in.

Milk and cookies, please.

- You are very funny.

- No, you are.

Okay, I bring.

See you soon.

- Detective Jensen.

- Yes, officer.

What's the hurry?

I'm sorry. I'm late.

My shift starts in a few minutes.

Can I buy you another?

- You do not have time.

- You're right.

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Campion Murphy

Campion E. Murphy (born November 12, 1962, Torrance, California) is a writer/director. He began his career in the film and television industry as a Production Assistant with Paramount Studios. He went on to become a Supervising Coordinator in Charge of Video Development at International Video Brokers, and a junior writer/reporter at The Hollywood Reporter. He wrote, directed and produced Escapee (2011) and Citation of Merit (1999), and acted in the movie Blankman (1994). Born and raised in Los Angeles, Campion Murphy worked in the entertainment business for several years. He then segued into indie filmmaking, writing and directing the short film "Citation of Merit". Inspired by his late father's World War II experiences, Citation was accepted into six film festivals. Murphy has since developed other projects including a half-hour pilot for ABC studios titled "Raising Shane". It was based on his life in his early 20s when he became the legal guardian of his then 13-year-old nephew. Soon after, he began compiling a varied body of scripted works including action-thrillers, a dark comedy and an edgy family drama. In 2011, Murphy later directed his indie-thriller "Escapee" starring Dominic Purcell (Prison Break). "Escapee" is the story of a high-risk patient (Purcell) who escapes from a mental hospital and terrorizes a small town. Most recently, Murphy wrote and directed the short film "The Day I Finally Decided to Kill Myself". Initially, the story was written in memory of his brother who committed suicide in the late 1980s. He decided to make the story into a short film later when another brother committed suicide in 2012. Afterwards, Murphy switched gears and took a turn at writing and directing a hybrid comedy, "Barry Avenue", based on his young single years living in a Los Angeles bungalow. Murphy maintains residences in both Los Angeles and Louisiana. He continues to develop projects for both film and television. more…

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