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Headrush (2013)

Not Rated | | Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller | July 2013 (USA)
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Lighting crashes! Kurt Schuler (Cameron Spann) hovers over a shrouded body. Who is underneath the sheet? Who has been killed and who is the killer? In HEADRUSH, a thrilling science-fiction ... See full summary »

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Lighting crashes! Kurt Schuler (Cameron Spann) hovers over a shrouded body. Who is underneath the sheet? Who has been killed and who is the killer? In HEADRUSH, a thrilling science-fiction murder mystery directed by Johnson Thomasson, Kurt is a biochemist who does cutting edge research into the nature of death but when he discovers a mysterious human body in his laboratory, he must race to find the killer or risk losing everything he has worked for... even his own life. Written by Anonymous

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well acted, great looking, short movie
24 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

I saw the premiere a few days ago and this was a good looking movie with good acting. I thought that Amye Gousset and Cameron Spann were especially good on screen. The movie is very heavy and the mood is consistent throughout. The special effects were unexpected for a no-budget film like this (e.g., rain, fire suppression system going off, wind), and the locations felt right. The sound editing, the scene editing, and all the camera work was very clean. It is apparent that a lot of loving care went into every aspect of it. I'm very proud, as a Mississippian, to see an all-Mississippi cast and crew do such a great job.


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