The Canadian horror movie "The Void" provides effective scares by giddily throwing every trope into the mix.
The writing-directing team of Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski take an "everything and the kitchen sink" approach to the genre, as they send their motley collection of blood-splattered characters through a maze of dimly lit corridors, occult symbolism, tentacled beasties, and enough blood and viscera to float a canoe.
Sheriff's Deputy Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) sees a young man stumbling out of the forest, bloodied and panicky. Carter takes the guy, James (Evan Stern), to the nearest emergency room, at a fire-damaged, soon-to-be-abandoned hospital. The nurse overseeing the ER there is Allison (Kathleen Munroe), Carter's estranged wife.