10 Coolest Fictional Prisons

Demolition Man CryoPrison

Seen In: Demolition Man (1993)

Following the same logic as Superman's father, Demolition Man introduces a new form of CryoPrison: a process of cryogenically freezing dangerous criminals, and using their time in stasis to introduce new hobbies and thought processes while removing violent ones. The system implies a much stronger belief that criminals can and should be rehabilitated than many others on our list (even if it is against their will), but the results are disastrous.

Apparently, it's just as easy to implant fighting skills into someone's brain as knitting, and as Stallone's character ultimately reveals, the time spent frozen is like an endless nightmare. So there are clearly some wrinkles that need to be ironed out. Still, the chance to put criminals to sleep holds promise, but they should probably not be stored in downtown L.A. If only a film combined induced comas with isolation...

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