D-Tox (2001) - Synopsis
D-Tox (2001) is a chilling suspense thriller from director Jim Gillespie (I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)). Stallone heads a dynamic ensemble cast, which includes Kris Kristofferson (Blade 2 (2001)), Tom Berenger (Training Day (2001)), Polly Walker (Patriot Games (1992)), and Robert Patrick (X-Files, The (1998)), as disgraced FBI agent Jack Malloy, whose escalating drinking problem following the murders of his girlfriend and former partner by a maniacal cop killer, threatens to end his once-promising career.
Along with nine other troubled cops, Malloy is exiled to the isolated clinic in the frozen wilds of Wyoming as a last chance for redemption, where the waiting list is getting shorter by the minute. There, stripped of their defences - including badges and weapons -- they can dry out and begin to face their futures. But the therapeutic sanctuary soon becomes a nightmarish prison, as Malloy is haunted by a series of disturbing voices and grisly visions. When a major snowstorm cuts off the clinic from any communication to the outside world and the patients begin to turn up dead amidst suspicious circumstances, it becomes clear that there is indeed a killer among them, and any one of them could be the next victim.