This year's edition of the Ghost House Underground flicks is only a pair of horror dirges: the fairly average Stag Night, and this psychological thriller Psych:9. The story revolves around a young woman (Sara Foster) with a very troubled past who takes a job getting archived files in order at a recently closed down hospital. Before you can say "boo", she starts experiencing some strange phenomena that may be linked to a series of brutal serial killings happening in the neighborhood. Her few contacts consist of the doctor on the psych floor (Cary Elwes), her distant husband (Gabriel Mann), and a detective (Michael Biehn); all of whom perform decently enough, but in the end, the film is just a tiresome bore. It is very slow moving, and it takes quite some time for it to pick up any speed. Not to mention the fact that the confusing, plot hole-laden story with red herrings aplenty and some just plain bad dialogue makes things all the worse to boot. By the time that Psych:9 reaches its climax, you'll be wondering just what the point of it all was. All in all, you'll certainly see worse films of this type, but Psych:9 is better left ignored all things considered.