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Brain Machine [DVD] [Import]

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  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B00E3RA3KI
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Except for a few anachronisms, this movie could have been made in the 1950s. The movie has some initial confusing scenes of apparent whistle blowers being hunted down. Note: If you are a scientist and want to hide in the woods, doff the white lab coat.

A computer experiments on people's minds. It can read their thoughts and send impulses to their brain. Four people volunteer for the experiment. The military is interested in the device so they can do domestic spying on the citizens, McCarthy era style. The military's computer ties into the brain machine to instruct the subjects.

The dialouge was bad. The music was the classic 1950's kettle drum drama style, used in B movies, which I love. The acting also left a lot to be desired and the special effects didn't materialize. Even when a guy gets shot, the fighting was behind bushes, you hear a gun shot and then there is a man with a splash of red paint on him laying on the ground.

The picture on the box has nothing to do with this movie. It might do well as an MST-3000 flick. Whoever burned this bomb to DVD owes me two dollars.

This is a scene where a woman is sleeping. A man slips into her room and unbuttons the top 2 buttons on her shirt!That is the pillar of the sexual content advertised on the box.
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HASH(0x98d221bc) out of 5 stars Will anyone escape with their lives?!? Or their sanity??? Worth a late night watch. Dec 31 2014
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There’s an interesting premise to this slow boil movie made way back when this was really a sci fi concept: can a machine predict and control our behavior and cause us to act in contrary ways to which we see ourselves; can we be manipulated by an artificial intelligence of our own design? When five volunteers subject themselves to a machine that can “read minds” when fed certain information about the subjects it pushes them to their limits and exposes their darkest demons. Trapped in a living situation where they can no longer get away from each other can be claustrophobic in itself but when the walls literally begin to move in on them will any of them escape with their lives, or their sanity?

An interesting premise but not executed especially well and the video transfer of the Alpha Video edition leaves a lot to be desired. But it’s worth a watch if you’re looking for some older low budget sci fi that doesn’t rely on SPFX to convey its storyline.

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