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Telepresence (1997)

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Soldiers on an alien military outpost use Telepresence technologie to fight hostile alien monsters.




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Credited cast:
Dennis Adkins ...
Major Remmy Davis


Soldiers on an alien military outpost use Telepresence technologie to fight hostile alien monsters.

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This movie was produced in-house by Hash, Inc, the makers of Animation:Master, the same company who made the software for the popular "Alien Song" video. See more »

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Sort of a one of kind flick, if you look at it one way or another...
21 January 2010 | by (the Doomed Megalopolis of Blasphemous Technoids) – See all my reviews

I had no idea what I was getting myself into, when popping this unknown movie into my VHS player. "Telepresence" has a bunch of people on a military space outpost who must fight off attacks of hostile alien bugs. The humans stay safely indoors while their mind controls robots that do all the fighting. Some of the humans start creating cancer-like parasites inside their bodies, created by computer viruses that the aliens send into their system when the humans are linked-up with their robots. This may sound cool, but the movie really is very lame and we never get a good look at those parasites. The film doesn't really go beyond the point of merely having a cool concept. At first it looks like you're watching a video-game with crappy graphics, then a crappy movie with so-so acting, then a video-game, then a crappy movie, then... well this goes on like that for the rest of the movie. The military outpost is only shown through cheap indoor sets. The robots fighting outside, that's all really bad CGI. It's so dark and edited in flashes that you don't even see what the alien bugs look like. And between those hectic CGI sequences there are very boring drama-parts between the actors. The first scenes had me a bit fascinated with the whole uncommon look of the film, but the rest really isn't worth sitting through. Still 3 points for the effort the film-makers and the actors made and for the okay skin-effects (involving the parasites), but I guess no-one would want to see this. Then again, I voluntarily watched this. So there must be others out there.

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