‘They killed her but she refused to stay dead’
Night of Terror aka Escape from the Insane Asylum is a 1986 American horror film directed by Felix Girard from a screenplay by producer and lead actress Renee Harmon (Frozen Scream).
Renee Harmon, Frank Neuhaus, Henry Lewis, Lynn Whitmire, Lauren Brent, Arline Sprecht, Steven Neuhardt, James Lewis, Jan Vanderberg, Marian Wayne, Ivan Corda, Joni Barnes, Graham Galloway, Tania Anatole, Noel Stron.
After being committed to a sanatorium by her wealthy husband, a rich heiress is on a race against the clock to prove her sanity and to expose the savage medical experiments that are being performed in the asylum…
“Despite some unintentional laughs here and there, especially the opening asylum scenes full of cliched nuttish behavior, it’s mostly just dull, inept and confusing. The acting’s pretty awful, the story’s all over the place and it’s mostly just talk and very, very tame.” The Bloody Pit of Horror
“Another Renee Harmon mashup job, part SOV and partly cribbed from Frozen Scream. A crummy world of ugly interiors, stilted acting, baffling flashbacks (or are they hallucinations?), harsh key lights slicing through indecipherable night scenes, and corrupt doctors who casually toss around the word ‘retard’.” Matt Lynch
“Utterly incomprehensible and amateurish piece of crap with enough weirdness to satisfy fans of low-budget trash.” Humanoid of Flesh