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Cheesy B-Movie Goodness Flashback: "Brainscan" Starring Edward Furlong

A virtual reality game that allows players to commit murders is the crux for the high-tech thriller Brainscan. Edward Furlong (Terminator 2) stars as a video game fanatic who receives the latest horror game that challenges players to carry out brutal killings and try to get away with it.

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.

Actors: Edward Furlong, Frank Langella, T. Ryder Smith, Amy Hargreaves, James Marsh
Directors: John Flynn
Writers: Andrew Kevin Walker, Brian Owens
Producers: Andrew Martin, Bob Hayward, Earl Berman, Esther Freifeld, Jeffrey Sudzin
Rated: R (for strong violence, and for language and some sexuality)
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Run Time: 96 minutes

Did You Know:
The film was originally based on the computer-game "Brainwaves" (released as "Brainscanners" in Europe after the film was released).

The track on the CD played by Trickster is called "Welcome to this World" and is performed by Primus.

In both Kyle and Kimberly's room, you see an Aerosmith poster for Get a Grip, which has the track Living on the Edge. Edward Furlong starred in the video.

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Brainscan

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Manufacturer: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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Editorial Review: When a lonely teenager (Edward Furlong, American History X) orders the latest interactive video game, the high-tech wizardry penetrates his subconscious, where his darkest impulses lead him through a deadly maze of murder, deception and desire. Pursued by a homicide detective (Frank Langella, Robot & Frank) and prodded by The Trickster (T. Ryder Smith, Birth), he is torn between the worlds of good and evil, reality and fantasy, and — ultimately — life and death.


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