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The Brink (2006)

A device that allows users to talk to the dead leads to a nightmare for some college students in this spine-tingler. When Megan finds blueprints for a machine drawn by Thomas Edison shortly... See full summary »

Director:

Benjamin Cooper

Writers:

John Bowker (screenplay), Benjamin Cooper (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Riley ... Megan Goss (as Rachel Balzer)
Jeff Ryan Jeff Ryan ... Leo Calloway
Heather Ashley Chase Heather Ashley Chase ... Bianca Palmer (as Heather Ashley Chase)
Jason Flowers ... Todd Mooney
Catherine Barlow Catherine Barlow ... Woman
Matt S. Miller Matt S. Miller ... Man
Kevin Robb Kevin Robb ... Ghost Boy
Mark Eakes Mark Eakes ... Bud
Monty Wall Monty Wall ... Edison
Phyllis Rodenberger Phyllis Rodenberger ... Erin Davidson
Mitch Toles Mitch Toles ... Dunninger
Owen Woertink Owen Woertink ... Baby Megan
Michelle Aragon Michelle Aragon ... Waitress (as Michelle Aragon)
William C. White William C. White ... Diner Patron
Joan Robb Joan Robb ... Diner Patron
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A device that allows users to talk to the dead leads to a nightmare for some college students in this spine-tingler. When Megan finds blueprints for a machine drawn by Thomas Edison shortly before his death, she recruits some of her friends to build it in a run-down old house. But the house has a bloody history, and when the students complete their invention, it connects them with the evil that's been lying dormant for years.

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R
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Shot two years before the similarly themed film, White Noise, but released after. See more »

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References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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Four Dolts on a mission to do something really, really dumb.
20 January 2007 | by Tiberius476See all my reviews

This movie sucked. There are these 4 college students (all relatively intelligent) who want to speak to the dead(apparently while Thomas Edison was inventing the phonograph and the light bulb, he also invented a machine to speak to the dead). Why do they want to speak to the dead? Who the hell knows. I say wait a few years...you'll get there, First they go to this horrible abandoned house, then the build the machine and then when it works the "fun" starts. For a horror movie to be worth the time there has to be either one of two things...good story, or lots of people to kill. Since this one had neither, I will say no more. If I could meet the director, I would say "Watched White Noise did we?" and slap him briskly across the face with a glove.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Paranormal Terror See more »

Filming Locations:

Pismo Beach, California, USA

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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