GenreHorror Running time1h 19m CountryUnited States
Release dateSeptember 6, 2012 (2012-09-06) (United Kingdom) WriterSean Stone, Alexander Wraith ScreenplaySean Stone, Alexander Wraith CastOliver Stone (Oliver), Alexander Wraith (Alex), Alexander Wraith (Sean), Pete Antico (Pete), Monique van Vooren Similar moviesHouse of Dust (2013), Uninhabited (2010), Grave Encounters 2 (2012), Seventh Moon (2008), Deadgirl (2008)
TaglineDo you believe in ghosts?
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Greystone Park is a found footage horror film written by Sean Stone and Alexander Wraith, directed by Sean Stone, and starring Sean Stone, Alexander Wraith, Antonella Lentini, Oliver Stone and Bruce Payne.
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The film is said to be based on true life experiences. Sean Stone and Alexander Wraith play filmmakers who meet at a dinner with Oliver Stone (Sean's real-life father) when Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps was being filmed in October 2009, where they started to discuss ghost stories. As a result, Sean and Alexander decided to visit an abandoned psychiatric hospital in New Jersey, famous for its radical treatment of patients with mental illness, 'to explore whether or not they believe in the supernatural'. Once inside the institution, they soon discovered that they were not alone.
Sean Stone as Himself
Alexander Wraith as Himself
Oliver Stone as Himself
Antonella Lentini as Herself
Bruce Payne as Demon (voice)
Michael Stone as Billy Lasher
Pete Antico as Himself
Monique Zordan as Herself
John Schramm as Himself
Greystone Park has received negative reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 14% rating, with an average score of 1.8/5. On IMDb, the film holds a rating of 3.2/10 based on 1,332 votes by users of the website.
The working titles of the film were Graystone and SecretStone. The film was released on DVD in the UK in August 2012, under the title The Asylum Tapes, and it is due to be released in the US in October 2012. Sean Stone appeared on Alex Jones's radio show The Alex Jones Show in April 2011 to discuss the film.