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Mindwarp -- A bloodcurdling tale highlighted by state-of-the-art special effects set in the year 2037, when Earth's remaining inhabitants live in an enclosed biosphere, where life itself is a computer induced dream. A rebellious young beauty demands a taste of reality, and is exiled to the outside world, where, she discovers a toxic wasteland inhabited by mutant cannibals.


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In the future, life will be a dream. And reality a nightmare.
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Blu-ray Movie Review: Mindwarp
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The name's Stover… And I'm a post-apocalyptic slave… See more (31 total) »


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Bruce Campbell ... Stover

Angus Scrimm ... Seer / Systems Operator

Marta Martin ... Judy (as Marta Alicia)
Elizabeth Kent ... Cornelia
Mary Becker ... Mom
Wendy Sandow ... Claude
Brian Brill ... Tenor
Bekki Vallin ... Pregnant Woman
Matt Hensley ... Cop #1
Keith Rodenberger ... Cop #2
Gene McGarr ... Infinisynth Announcer
Roger Perkovich ... Crawler
John Thorpe ... Crawler
Gerald Shidell ... Crawler
Tyrone Yonash ... Crawler
Troy Siegmeier ... Crawler
Dave Conseur ... Crawler
Sean McKeever ... Crawler
Josh Lifschutz ... Crawler
Ralph Nocerini ... Crawler
Lee Musselman ... Crawler
Brett Janssen ... Crawler
Pete Dirkx ... Crawler
Guy Larson ... Crawler
Todd Parsons ... Crawler
Aaron Lifschutz ... Crawler
Sean Reimer ... Crawler
Dan Cole ... Crawler
Jesse Chuckel ... Crawler
Jeff Nelson ... Crawler
Chad Samuelson ... Crawler
Scott Edwards ... Crawler
Dave Weber ... Crawler
John Felter ... Crawler
Hank Carlson ... Crawler

Directed by
Steve Barnett 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John D. Brancato  written by (as Henry Dominick)
Michael Ferris  written by (as Henry Dominick)

Produced by
Norman Jacobs .... executive producer
Steven Jacobs .... executive producer
Alexandra Reed .... line producer
Damon Santostefano .... co-producer
Christopher Webster .... producer
Original Music by
Mark Governor 
Cinematography by
Peter Fernberger 
Film Editing by
Adam Wolfe 
Production Design by
Kim Hix 
Costume Design by
Ida Gearon 
Makeup Department
Felicia Linsky .... hair stylist
Felicia Linsky .... makeup artist
Felicia Linsky .... makeup department head
Production Management
Steve Barnett .... post-production supervisor
Alexandra Reed .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Laura Buckley .... second assistant director
Guy Ramsden .... second unit director
J.B. Rogers .... first assistant director
Art Department
Terry Baughman .... construction coordinator
Don Bock .... carpenter
Kevin Brown .... location construction
Mark Brown .... foam applicator
Mickey Brown .... foam applicator
Jeff Buss .... art department assistant
Dan Edan .... carpenter
Tom Edan .... carpenter
Mark Hofeling .... assistant art director
Brad Kubiak .... carpenter
Diane Lederman .... property master
Randy Leifer .... scenic artist
Gary Lockwood .... carpenter
William McCrow .... additional set designer (as Will McCrow)
Jamie Patten .... art department assistant
Dennis Patton .... set sculptor
Roger Perkovich .... set painter
Allan Quartermass .... additional designer
Randy Swiggum .... set dresser
Mark Van Ert .... property assistant
Michael Wattelet .... special props: weapons
Rachael Weinzimer .... assistant property master
Tyrone Yonash .... carpenter
Mark Zanoni .... lead carpenter
Sound Department
John Voss Bonds Jr. .... sound prelay (as John V. Bonds)
Charles Bruce .... sound prelay
Thomas Burke .... sound editor
Kevin Patrick Burns .... adr mixer
Stuart Calderon .... sound prelay
Bob Costanza .... sound prelay (as Robert Costanza)
Andy D'Addario .... re-recording mixer
Mike Dickeson .... foley artist
John Edwards-Younger .... sound prelay (as John S. Edwards-Younger)
Sonya Henry .... sound prelay (as Sonya L. Henry)
Scott Landreth .... boom operator
Michael McCabe .... sound prelay
Bruce Murphy .... stereo sound consultant
Yvonne Preble .... foley mixer
Ryan Purcell .... foley artist
David Rawlinson .... sound editor
Hans Roland .... sound mixer
Lynn Schneider .... assistant adr mixer
Charles Sydnor .... adr supervisor
David John West .... sound re-recording mixer
David John West .... supervising sound editor
Ray West .... sound re-recording mixer
Darren Wright .... sound prelay
Special Effects by
Howard Berger .... designer: K.N.B. Effects Group
Sandi Berger .... coordinator: K.N.B. Effects Group
Hank Carlson .... crew: K.N.B. Effects Group
Anne Winky Kraus .... coordinator: K.N.B. Effects Group (as Anne Kraus)
Robert Kurtzman .... designer: K.N.B. Effects Group
Mark Maitre .... crew: K.N.B. Effects Group
Greg Nicotero .... designer: K.N.B. Effects Group
Mark Tavares .... crew: K.N.B. Effects Group
Visual Effects by
Linda Drake .... optical line-up (as Linda Obalil)
Kevin Kutchaver .... roto artist
Jim Stewart .... optical camera operator
David Hugghins .... stunt performer
Tony Hugghins .... stunts
Butch Mounce .... stunts
Mildred A. Novak .... stunts (as Mildred Novak)
Brad Overturf .... stunts (as Brad Overturff)
Gary Paul .... stunt coordinator
Gary Paul .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Rodney Bauer .... key grip (as Rod Bauer)
Jess V. Carpenter .... first assistant camera: second unit (as Jesse Carpenter)
Stacey Cohen .... first assistant camera
Jim Denault .... gaffer
Mary Eiben .... second assistant camera
Jim Farrell .... animation camera operator
Marcus Hahn .... director of photography: second unit
Kent Michael Hammond .... second assistant camera: second unit
Audrey Jameson .... grip
Frank Knapczyk Jr. .... electrician
Kurt Lennig .... best boy
Julian Marynczak .... electrician
Bret Netherton .... grip
Lana Vlahkis .... still photographer
Casting Department
Eden Atwood .... casting: Chicago
Kent DeMarche .... casting: Los Angeles
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Deborah Fiscus .... assistant costumer
Colleen Kubiak .... wardrobe stitcher
Lesley Terry .... wardrobe dresser
Editorial Department
Jennifer Arnett .... apprentice editor
Margaret Yu Mallari .... apprentice editor (as Margaret Yu)
Mato .... color timer
Martha Rubin .... first assistant editor
Holly Sachi .... second assistant editor (as Holly-Sachi)
Music Department
David Chu .... orchestra manager
Rusty D'Agnolo .... assistant music engineer
Alan Dahl .... music engineer
Steve Escallier .... music engineer
Glenn Nishida .... music production
Lucas Richman .... conductor
Jimmy Street .... assistant music engineer
Fredric Ensign Teetsel .... orchestrator (as Fredric Teetsel)
Other crew
Steve Anderson .... laser specialist
Mark Armstrong .... studio manager
Joan Baetz .... financial consultant
Barbara Bukovic .... production secretary
Dickson Lee Eddy .... production assistant
Sandy Findley .... craft service
Steve Gehrke .... script supervisor (as Steven Roger Gehrke)
Stephen Goetsch .... production trainee
Julie Hansen .... post-production accountant
Matthew David Hensley .... production assistant (as Matt Hensley)
Katharine Jeske .... production assistant
John Kirsch .... catering assistant
Scott Kubinek .... production assistant
Jon Robert Labby .... assistant director: second unit
Karyn McCarthy .... production coordinator
Richelle Netherton .... production assistant
Michael Sloane .... additional dialogue
Joe Stellmacher .... production assistant
Lisa Thorpe .... production assistant: second unit
Anthony Timpone .... executive consultant
Bekki Vallin .... assistant production coordinator
Ron Welch .... caterer
Ken Young .... caterer
Adam Moos .... thanks
Jonathan Winfrey .... thanks
Bruce Zmek .... special thanks
Gilbert Zmek .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Brain Slasher" - International (English title)
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91 min
Sound Mix:
Germany:BPjM Restricted | Iceland:16 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #30643)
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Bruce Campbell met his wife Ida Gearon in the set of this film. According to his auto-biography, Campbell approached her with the excuse of wanting to learn how to sew, which is what his character would do in the movie.See more »
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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
The name's Stover… And I'm a post-apocalyptic slave…, 27 November 2006
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

Although not really having "enjoyed" Mindwarp, I must admit it's a fairly competent movie with a handful of disturbing images and a whole lot of blood-spurting gore. The popular genre magazine Fangoria raised the necessary funds for this film and they pretty much know what their target audiences adore as well as whom they like to see in horror films. So we've got a story with some really dark topics and two respectable icons starring in important supportive roles. I'm sure many horror fans would blindly pick up a copy of "Mindwarp" only because the names of Bruce Campbell ("the Evil Dead") and Angus Scrimm ("Phantasm") are displayed on the cover. Unfortunately, however, the script is weak and very incoherent and it too often feels like the outrageously nasty gore was only put in to compensate for the lack of content. Somewhere deep into the 21st century, our planet has become a completely uninhabitable wasteland and the remaining humans live in underground rooms where their days are filled with mind-controlling computer games that induce personal fantasies. Judy rebels against this dull way of life and she's promptly exiled to the dangerous upland, where she teams up with solo-warrior Strover (Bruce Campbell) and battles a community of mutated cannibalistic creatures. The opening sequences involving hi-tech computer mumbo-jumbo are boring, confusing and pretentious and the film only becomes somewhat interesting as soon as we're in the uncanny post-apocalyptic surface settings. The Crawler's liar is creepy and sinister, and their leader (Angus Scrimm) has some gruesome hobbies like gouging people's eyes out and throwing the rest of their bodies into propellers. Nice. One-time-actress Marta Alicia doesn't bring her lines very convincing, but she sure has an athletic body and at least she had some quality time with the almighty Bruce Campbell. Good for her! "Mindwarp" is okay entertainment, but if you're looking for really good post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi movies, check out the "Mad Max" trilogy, "Damnation Alley" or "Hardware".

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