This isn't a movie, it's two episodes of Night Visions
The Sci-Fi Channel promoted this as an original movie, however, except for the titles and end credits, they had absolutely nothing to do with its creation. All they did was take two unaired episodes of the short-lived Fox anthology series Night Visions, remove the intro's and commentary by Henry Rollins and put their name on it.
As for the content of this 'movie', it contains 4 separate stories (each Night Visions episode contained 2 stories), the first 3 of which I thought were quite good, while the last was merely ok. They are;
Patterns - Stars Malcolm McDowell as a patient who is obsessed with performing various gestures and patterns which he believes will cause something terrible to happen if he stops.
The Maze - Thora Birch finds her way through a hedge maze on a college campus only to discover the world changed when she emerges from the other side.
Harmony - A stranger arrives in a small town that seems to fear music.
Voices - A woman who works in a court gains the ability to hear the thoughts of one of the men involved in a trial.
Not a bad selection of stories, but I would have preferred them to just air Night Visions rather than trying to pretend they created this movie, which didn't fool anyone. If you get the chance, watch the Night Visions episodes instead.
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