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Brain Dead (1989)
Rating:
Starring: Bill Paxton, Bill Pullman, Patricia Charbonneau, Bud Cort, George Kennedy, Nicholas Pryor
Director: Adam Simon
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Horror, Independent
Studio: New Concorde Home Entertainment
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
85 mins

 
 

 

The Eunice Corporation is on the ground floor of an exciting growth industry, utilizing a memory resculpting technique pioneered by eccentric neurosurgeon Rex Martin.It envisions nationwide clinics where anyone can lose the hang-ups of an unhappy childhood, a failed romance or a botched career.At Eunice's "New You" outlets, a simple operation will give customers peace of mind.Or it might leave them brain dead.But when Martin refuses to cooperate, he soon finds himself plunged into a surreal existence that intertwines dreams and reality.Has Martin slipped over the edge into madness?Or have corporate profit mongers given him a push, making him the guinea pig in his own experiment?To know the answer is to know true terror!