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In an attempt to revolutionize warfare, Dr. Edmund Wellington, the mad scientist head of a billion-dollar weapons manufacturer, creates a space-based laser mind-control device called "The Neurolator", a device with the power to turn anyone into an insane, zombie-like killer who explodes after their usefulness is through. After his invention is rejected by the Pentagon for obvious reasons, the corrupt Dr. Wellington uses the power of his "Neurolator" to hold the world hostage, and only the top-secret special forces group code named "Total Force" has any chance of stopping him. Written by IvanWong

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19 September 1996 (Greece)  »

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Oliki dynami  »

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We're Hot Tonight
Written by Gael MacGregor, Barry Coffing & Ramona Wright
Performed by Gael MacGregor
Published by MacMusic Magic, Barry Coffing Songs & Cosmotion Music
Courtesy of UE3 Records
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TOTAL TRASH.
27 February 2003 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

YUK YUK YUK!!!! how did this film ever get released, its the worst film ive ever seen, (well next to Gladiator) the filming looked like someone had just filmed it with a normal every day handiecam, it was that bad. If you see this movie on the shelf of any video shop then ask the manager of that store if hes lost his mind by buying this movie.

Its not even good enough to rate.


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