FBI agent Jennifer Marsh is tasked with hunting down a seemingly untraceable serial killer who posts live videos of his victims on the Internet. As time runs out, the cat and mouse chase becomes more personal.
On a remote island, the FBI has a training program for their psychological profiling division, called "Mindhunters", used to track down serial killers. The training goes horribly wrong, however, when a group of seven young agents discover that one of them is a serial killer, and is setting about slaying the others. Can the few that are left figure out who the killer is in time? Written by
The CCTV camera shown in the film has no cables coming from the cable entry glands at the back of the housing, nor is the mount it is on a cable-concealed bracket, thus the camera would not be powered or capable of transmitting footage. Additionally, the housing and bracket shown is not a PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) telemetry housing and thus would not be able to rotate side to side. See more »
MINDHUNTERS may not offer anything that new to the serial killer genre but what it does do is entertain its audience.
Despite watching and knowing that "everyone is a suspect" and being very familiar with the genre myself, I still had a hard time trying to pin down who is responsible for the films gruesome murders as it rolls along. Forget the award recognition that everyone likes to talk about around this time of year, MINDHUNTERS is a fast paced, thrill ride stuffed with talented actors (including Val Kilmer, Christian Slater, and Jonny Lee Miller) that could easily put director Renny Harlin back on the map after the catastrophe that was DRIVEN. So get some popcorn, sit down, and play the game of who is the killer. Trust me, you'll have a good time.
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