Brainscan (1994)

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Brainscan (1994)

Unread post by GIALLO_HUNTER » 2 years ago

A teenager is part of an interactive video game where he kills innocent victims. Later, the murders become real.



DIRECTOR: John Flynn



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Unread post by Krappy » 11 months ago

Remembering: Brainscan (1994)


Remember that time you couldn’t download your computer games yet, but you had to buy them on a compact disk from a creepy longhaired freak? This was about the same time when Edward Furlong was still playing leads in movies. Furlong plays the lead in this 1994 horror/ science fiction Brainscan by director John Flynn and featuring T. Ryder Smith as Trickster, the entertaining host of the Brainscan game. Would you play it?


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Unread post by Krappy » 2 months ago

Welcome To This World
Performed by Primus
Written by Primus





Listen To Brainscan Full Soundtrack… HERE!

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Unread post by Krappy » 2 months ago

An Interactive Trip to Hell!

When Michael, a lonely teenager (Edward Furlong, Terminator 2: Judgment Day), orders the latest interactive video game, the new high-tech wizardry penetrates his subconscious, where his darkest impulses lead him through a deadly maze of murder, deception and desire. Pursued by homicide detective (Frank Langella, Dracula) and prodded by “The Trickster” (T. Ryder Smith) who materializes into his room, Michael is torn between the worlds of good and evil, of reality and fantasy and, ultimately, life and death.



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Unread post by lancedholmen » 2 months ago

I always loved this one!

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