A professor leads research on mind control, experimenting with his students. The problem is that his experiment is leading the students to kill others and themselves. This early nineties movie, the final one from the Gore House Greats collection, may fall under the “so bad it’s good” category. The acting, for the most part, is horrible, especially Terry Londerlee as the aforementioned professor. The story is more brain numbing than brain twisting. The entire movie moves at a snails pace. The dialogue is sub par. Through all of this, however, it is a somewhat enjoyable film. The music and effect sounds in it are interesting and, at times, very good, in particular the movie’s theme music, which is the same music that plays on the menu screen on all 3 discs in the "Gore House Greats" set. After hearing that music SO much throughout watching this set it seemed even cooler in the movie itself. Another thing I love about it is the “special effects” used in the experiments; they absolutely scream “1980’s”. These two things, coupled with a slight bit of 80’s hotness, make this enjoyable for me, but most will likely hate this movie.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 5