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 ... See full summary »
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 »
When I got my copy of Horrorvision, I was suspecting that no movie can be this bad. Covers were pretty nice, but I had read here and elsewhere, that the movie is just awful. I was wrong. Even though, Horrorvision isn't a masterpiece, and it's pretty cheaply made, it has some atmosphere, especially at the ending, that turned out to be very apocalyptic. And I think that's the whole point of the movie, like one of the main characters say at the ending, "Future is now." Still I have seen much better movies that deals with same kind of things. So, not among best apocalyptic movies, but certainly not among the worst ones either. I would give this Full Moon -flick 2½ out of 5
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