Let Me Out: The Russian Sleep Experiment
Russia, 1978. Four Russian research scientists are contracted by the government to conduct a human experiment on a group of US prisoners, made up of spies and diplomats.
Let Me Out Ep. 1
Russia, 1978. Doctor Volkov, a rookie research scientist, starts his first day on a mysterious human experiment.
Terrible acting, and everything else. Much better off reading the Russian sleep experiment...
If you're not familiar with the russian sleep experiment look it up. It's a great creepy, gory event. The subjects did waaay more freaky stuff in real life than was portrayed on here. It's a shame they wasted the story like this. A good budget and maybe American or British done would give this story what it deserves.
I see where they're going with this, and I think it could be excellent, however most of the episode is a recap of the last episode, and then the intro, so there is only about three minutes of actual plot we get to see. I think it's just poorly organized. Unfortunately a lot of shows are set up this way on Shudder.
That series took a long time to share a convoluted story. Bad acting, a weird plot that combines soviet era insubordination, philosophy, and bumbling officers...and very little time actually focusing on the inmates and you know - the experiment...read the creepypasta instead.
Terrible adaptation of a much loved contemporary horror story. Captioning is very, very bad; as a result all the characters are intensely unlikeable or idiotic. Why the director and writer chose to focus on the most boring parts of the story is beyond me. Watch only for a laugh.