A conglomeration of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "The Fisher King," "Angel Heart" and even "The Shining," "Crazy As Hell"--adapted from Jeremy Leven's novel "Satan: His Psychotherapy and Cure by the Unfortunate Dr. Kassler, J.S.P.S."--is a bit too derivative to stand on its own as the psychological thriller it purports to be. The patients are introduced in a carnival-esque steadicam shot a la Terry Gilliam's above-mentioned pic, La Salle's character borrows a little too much from DeNiro's take on the dark one in "Angel Heart" and Adams even recites a line directly from the same film. (Mickey Rourke spoke the line: "I know who I am.") It might be nothing more than a coincidence, but when the rest of the movie calls forth memories of flicks in similar genres, it's hard not to notice. Starring Michael Beach, Eriq La Salle, Ronny Cox and John C. McGinley. Directed by Eriq La Salle. Written by Erik Jendresen, Eriq La Salle and Butch Robinson. Produced by Butch Robinson, DJ Caruso, Ken Aguado and Eriq La Salle. An Artistic License release. Thriller. Rated R for some strong sexual content, violent images and language. Running time: 113 min.