A lonely teenage horror-movie fan discovers a mysterious computer game that uses hypnosis to custom-tailor the game into the most terrifying experience imaginable. When he emerges from the hypnotic trance he is horrified to find evidence that the brutal murder depicted in the game actually happened -- and he's the killer.
- Category:Thriller, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Horror
- Stars:Edward Furlong, Frank Langella, T. Ryder Smith, Amy Hargreaves, James Marsh, Victor Ertmanis, David Hemblen, Vlasta Vrana, Domenico Fiore, Claire Riley, Tod Fennell, Michèle-Barbara Pelletier, Dean Hagopian, Donna Baccala, Jérôme Tiberghien,
- Country:Canada, USA, UK
- Director:John Flynn,
- Writer:Brian Owens (story), Andrew Kevin Walker (screenplay)
A teenager is part of an interactive video game where he kills innocent victims. Later, the murders become real. But he has no choice when and a cyber-ghoul emerges from the program and forces him to keep playing, and to continue committing violent crimes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brainscan torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa follows a bunch people living in the Mesa valley/desert in New Mexico. Off the grid meaning sustaining life without any public utilities. I could never do it, I think it's a dirty, disgusting life, but at the same time I can understand with the way society is, how some people see that as a viable option. The majority of the population there is old war vets who can't function in normal society. It's interesting to watch, since you can see that some people belong in that life, while others are just lost people roaming. I think some of their logic is flawed, like taking food from the government trucks that they so completely despise. The filmmakers never judge or slant the picture to any political kind of stance, but rather captures these people living a life they choose. Interesting flick.
(ru) wrote: Hard-hittin..real..powerful..superb story n performances..gr8 direction
(it) wrote: So incredibly intense. Probably the most disturbing movie of 2007.
(ag) wrote: Is a very good thriller, very well done! maybe 6 stars not 5
(au) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
(br) wrote: This was pretty great, but I think I'm being biased due to this being a movie I remember seeing clips of as a kid, but never knowing the title. The Brain of the title is evil and bent on world and universal domination. He inhabits the body of poor James Algar. There is a second Brain, that wants to stop the evil one, and he inhabits a dog. Good thinking there.
(kr) wrote: This is the second half of yesterday's Laurel & Hardy double bill video. It finds them in the roles of peripatetic butler and chef, enbroiled in saving a child-monarch from the assassination attempts of his evil guardians. Still a few laughs despite the well-past-their prime nature of this obvious B movie. HT
(ca) wrote: Yikes. I've seen enough John Wayne for one lifetime I think.
(it) wrote: Never boring, never cheesy and always punchy, Lethal Weapon deserves its status as one of the all time classic action films. Lethal Weapon boasts quotable dialogue which is delivered brilliantly by Gibson and Glover. It refuses to partake in the modern day action cliche of shaky cam, favouring easy-watching well choreographed car chases, shootouts and fights. It's not the best Christmas action flick out there (thank you Die Hard), but it's certainly a complete package.
(br) wrote: A 70's film about the grizzly murders of school girls , and the search for the Killer .