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The website "horrorvision.com" has a mysterious secret...anyone who logs onto it winds up dead. After Dez, a web programmer, logs in his girlfriend and others are attacked. Only Dez and a mysterious man named Bradbury can stop the ominous forces intent on ruling the cyber-world. Written by
Charles Band, CEO of Full Moon Pictures, had originally announced production on the film back in 1999, under the name of FEAR.com. The original script was eventually re-written as "HorrorVision." See more »
Tempe and Full Moon team up for a rather slow science fiction/horror adventure regarding a website that causes trouble when one logs on to it. Cast is good, especially Maggie Rose Fleck (from Full Moon flick 'Stiches') though several Tempe regulars appear including Ariauna Albright and Tammi Sutton. Fantastic photogrophy in the film is by Ward Boult. Scream queens Linnea Quigley (in a still picture) and Brinke Stevens feature briefly and James Black is good in a small role. Watchable but dull film and another relatively poor feature from Full Moon and further evidence of their poor relationship with Tempe. There are some good graphics in this one and some new ideas so its certainly worth a look but its disappointing none-the-less.
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