Brad Anderson, the director of ‘Session 9’, has spoken out about his plans for a prequel to the movie. Brad Anderson made it clear that he would like to make this film in order to close some gaps in the story left by Session 9. He also revealed that there will be no supernatural elements or references to any other films within this prequel and that Brad is currently working on an outline for the script, which Brad hopes will keep people guessing until its release date.
What is the information related to Brad Anderson about the Session 9 prequel movie?
Brad Anderson, the director of 2001’s cult classic horror film, Session 9, is talking about ideas for a prequel. The stars of this movie are David Caruso, Paul Guilfoyle, Peter Mullan, Josh Lucas, and Stephen Gevedon. They also wrote the film together with Brad Anderson. The film is about a group of people who clean up asbestos in an old mental hospital. As they clean the place, they find out things that happened there.
They are not very successful and only earn $1.6 million in the whole world. It is a movie that people liked. It was popular because of the atmosphere, not because it had lots of bloody parts. Later on, other movies were made by Anderson, and they became famous because Christian Bale lost weight in them. But this one is still popular with people who have seen it.
Recently, the people who made Session 9 talked to a magazine about the film. They said that they have an idea for a prequel called Session 1, and they have already pitched it to someone. Anderson said that the sequel would focus on Mary Hobbes, the character with whom the recorded therapy sessions were focused in the first film.
We thought it would be cool to make a new film. We wanted people to know what happened in the first one. You should watch the prequel, not the sequel or the original. The original movie was about a girl who had alternate personalities. The new movie is about this girl too. She realizes she killed her family on Christmas Day. Here, we will read the story of Mary Hobbes and how she became a murderer. She was only 12 years old when she killed her family. We do not know why.
What did else Anderson say?
“It brought in some of the characters from Steve’s tapes that he listens to. You can hear what Mary Hobbes says to a doctor in the movie.” There is something wrong with this little girl. Our story is going to be about her madness through the eyes of the girl in the late ’50s, early ’60s. The movie ends with the first session. This is the beginning of a series of sessions for this girl. She will go through all of them, and then she will have Session 9.