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Nightmare Code (2014)

Not Rated | | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller | 2014 (USA)
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After a programmer working on a top secret surveillance program snaps in a murderous rage, a notorious code wizard with problems of his own moves into the startup offices to figure out what... See full summary »

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Mark Netter

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Mark Netter (screenplay), Mark Netter (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew J. West ... Brett Desmond
Mei Melançon ... Nora Huntsman
Googy Gress ... Foster Cotton
Ivan Shaw ... Alex Chou
Nicholas Guest ... Ronald Dumaurier
Caitlyn Folley ... Jennifer Desmond
Bret Roberts ... Anton Yurigarian
Albert Thakur ... Karthik Chopra
Tonya Kay ... Radova
Jamie Parker Jamie Parker ... Louis Balenti
Reginald Huc Reginald Huc ... Kevin Ramsey
Paul Yen ... Ray Trinh
Wes Whitehead ... Adam Wexler
Jamie VanDyke ... Amanda Lipsky
Stephen Bralver ... Ben Keen
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After a programmer working on a top secret surveillance program snaps in a murderous rage, a notorious code wizard with problems of his own moves into the startup offices to figure out what went wrong and deliver the final product. But the deeper he delves into the code, the more the code takes on a malevolent life of its own. Written by Anonymous

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Baby Please Don't Go
Written by Big Joe Williams (as Joseph Lee Williams)
Performed by Albert Thakur
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Nightmare Code
31 December 2015 | by artistgpSee all my reviews

Nightmare Code is a very interesting tale of man's attempt to predict the unpredictable nature of human beings. It's ambitious in its stylistic approach of using technology as a means to cross communicate with its characters.

I'm a pretty big sucker for ensemble type stories. Something about watching all these pieces move around one another fascinates me. Maybe that's because how life works in general. The film has some cool scifi usage if that's your thing in particular.

Give it a shot and see what you think. It's always nice to take a look at an independently made film for a change. They tend to have more passion behind them versus some of the copy and paste work we see out of Hollywood.

Happy viewing!


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