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Horrorvision (2001)

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The website "horrorvision.com" has a mysterious secret...anyone who logs onto it winds up dead. After Dez, a web programmer, logs in his girlfriend and others are attacked. Only Dez and a ... See full summary »


Danny Draven


J.R. Bookwalter (story), Scott Phillips (story) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Brinke Stevens ... Toni
Len Cordova ... Dez (as Jake Leonard)
Maggie Rose Fleck ... Dazzy
Chelsea the Cat Chelsea the Cat ... Toni's Cat
Michelle Mellgren ... Sheena Hill
David Bartholomew Greathouse David Bartholomew Greathouse ... Jason Rouch / Wetwire / Manifesto
Jeff Scaduto Jeff Scaduto ... Lazy Cop (as Jeffrey W. 'Spud' Scaduto)
Brandon Mercer Brandon Mercer ... Creepy Boy
Del Howison Del Howison ... Dark Del
Sarah Emily Langfield Sarah Emily Langfield ... Dark Del Customer (as Sarah-Emily Langfield)
John DeRose John DeRose ... Dark Del Customer
Maurice Thomas Maurice Thomas ... Dark Del Customer / Corpse on Road
Ward Boult Ward Boult ... Abusive Junkie
Tammi Sutton ... Crack Whore
Ariauna Albright Ariauna Albright ... Nola


The website "horrorvision.com" has a mysterious secret...anyone who logs onto it winds up dead. After Dez, a web programmer, logs in his girlfriend and others are attacked. Only Dez and a mysterious man named Bradbury can stop the ominous forces intent on ruling the cyber-world. Written by Simon Bridio

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The future of horror has arrived

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong language, violence/gore and sexual content/nudity | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Charles Band, CEO of Full Moon Pictures, had originally announced production on the film back in 1999, under the name of FEAR.com. The original script was eventually re-written as "HorrorVision." See more »


References Frankenstein (1931) See more »

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Hoe did this movie get made?
11 August 2001 | by panthonydSee all my reviews

If this guy can make a movie, then I sure as hell can make one too.

In fact, if you hire me to make a movie for you, I promise to do the following:

1) I will add more naked women. This movie had none. I think cheesy B-class horror movies are only rented because of their traditional exploitation of the female body. I wouldn't want to let my viewers down.

2) I will refrain from making too many scenes where the hero wakes up to find out it's only a dream. I think HorrorVision had about 4 of these scenes. And, considering the movie was only like an hour long, the dream-to-movie-length ratio was quite high. And, if I do decide to do a dream sequence, I will make sure that the person wakes up without clothes on. I mean, who sleeps in leather pants??

3) I will not rip off any movies like Star Wars or the Matrix because I will know that my budget is small and I will not want to mask my contempt for big-budget Hollywood movies by adding satirical references about them in mine.

4) And finally, I will not mix modern technology with the undead. I mean, a palm pilot can only be so scary ... at least they turned it into an evil rolly-polly monster before the screen blew up or something.

So, if you are looking for the above qualities in your next horror production, count on me: wanna-b-movie director extraordinaire.

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Release Date:

9 January 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

FEAR.com See more »


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$50,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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