A mysterious crystal takes the form of a tin man mask and takes over the mind of a timid college professor.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rodney Duncan ...
Isaak Partlow ...
Professor Max Burton / The Demon (as Nathan Partlow)
Stacy Baker ...
Michelle Partlow ...
Rose Carruthers (as Amber Harris)
Lee Wade Austin ...
Charlie Spease ...
Josh Ross ...
Miner #1
Lawson Harris ...
Jarrod Smith ...
Miner #2
Doug Baker ...
Dale the Gas Station Owner
E.H. Jenkins ...
Eddy Burton (as Ernest Jenkins)
Roxanne Burnett ...
Jannette (as Roxanne Long)
Bob Caldwell ...
Chris the Mechanic


Two miners find a mysterious crystal and are soon after killed in a seemingly accidental explosion. Over 100 years later the same crystal is found again by a college professor. Soon the crystal shows it's true power and takes of the mind of the professor through a tin man mask. The town is then suddenly besieged by a strange rash of murders. It's up to a young adventurous girl and a former professional thief to find out the secret behind the murders. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

2002 (USA)  »

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$2,700 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Nick Wilson: Where the hell are you going with that?
Alexia Thompson: I'm going after this bastard myself!
Nick Wilson: Hey, that's not smart.
Alexia Thompson: Get out of my way, Nick!
Nick Wilson: What the hell is your problem, Alex?
Alexia Thompson: He killed my friend and now he's gonna pay!
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Performed by Corrosion of Conformity
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Action packed way to spend 90 minutes!!
12 May 2004 | by (Syracuse, NY) – See all my reviews

This film was action packed thanks to the always great Matt Spease as Nick Wilson. The action never seems to let up at all, except for a few scenes involving Violet Flame as Alexia. She seemed to never really fully step into the role, it was like she was holding back and was just saying lines instead of actually playing the character. The rest of the cast though saves the film. The already mentioned Nick is a great anti-hero, Rodney Duncan was perfectly cast as Anderson although his screentime is really lacking, Lee Wade Austin and Charlie Spease were great for comic relief, and Amber Harris is really convincing even though her part is very small. The only other complaint I have is Stacy Baker as Kathy, were Violet underacted in her role, Stacy overacts big time in many of her scenes and really gets annoying with her loudness. But the action sequences come off very well and the kill scenes are fairly well done, although some are a bit too CGI for my tastes.

***1/2 (would have been four stars if it wasn't for Violet and Stacy)

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