Continuity mistake: When Gordon is remembering the day he went home and his wife spilled the hot water on him, it shows Gordon in the van watching his wife and daughter walk into the house. They disappear around the corner, but in the next shot of the house his wife and daughter are walking into the house again.
When Gordon first showed up at the deserted asylum he was possessed by "Simon" who's voice we hear on the end of the tape. It made him kill his wife and baby at the end of the first day. He has been living at the hospital since then. It then makes him slaughter his entire team prior this he dispatches the last worker who shows up as a replacement for one of his unknowingly earlier victims, before "Simon" deserts him. Gordon realizing what he's just been made too do suffers a complete mental breakdown and is left alone in "Simon" is old room talking to his broken mobile as dusk sets outside and the recording of "Simon" states that "He" lives in the weak and wounded.
Henry: So, the loonies are out in the real world, and here we are with the keys to the loony bin, boys.
Trivia: The film was shot primarily at the Danvers State Asylum, an abandoned hospital. The script was written around the shooting location based on what rooms and corridors were safe to shoot in. Little to no set-dressing had to be done for the film, as it was suitably dilapidated and filled with abandoned medical equipment, which helped add to the film's atmosphere.
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