Director/writer Leigh Whannell presents a vision of a Utopian future where technology is supremely ubiquitous. In that future, technophobe Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green) embraces an experimental computer chip implant named STEM after a mugging incident leaves him paralyzed and his wife dead. STEM proves to possess its own agency, making for an unpredictable ally in Trace's vendetta.
Not Man. Not Machine. More.
1 June 2018 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $4,670,905,
3 June 2018, Wide Release
Gross USA: $11,871,365
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(HD Master Audio 5.1)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
At one point during the hacker building sequence, the Saw
(2004) doll can be seen painted on one of the walls. Leigh Whannell
, the director for this movie, also wrote the first Saw
(2004) feature film screenplay. See more
During the car chase scene between Grey and Cortez you can notice road signs that are facing the wrong way. This is because the roads in Australia, where Upgrade was filmed, are opposite to American roads. Most notably, you can see that one of the signs is a Victoria Roads Help Phone sign. See more
Stem, he's got a knife!
I see that. We have a knife, too.
[Grey, under Stem's control, takes the knife from the assailant and stabs him
In lieu of text, the production companies and title are instead narrated by an artificial female voice, represented visually by sound waves. See more
Written by Howlin' Wolf
(as Chester Burnett)
Performed by Howlin' Wolf
Published by Arc Music Corp/Jewel Music (Australia)
By kind permission of the Music Sales Group
Under exclusive license from Geffen Records
Licensed courtesy of Universal Music Australia Pty Limited See more