A PhD student ties unusual tremors in Los Angeles to rogue scientists, who will weaponize Nikola Tesla's secrets and cause massive earthquakes, if they can only find his lost notebook.


Tim Lowry


Christine Fry (story by), Penny Gibben
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Credited cast:
Nicolas Alexandre ... Gavin
Kirby Bliss Blanton ... Esther Dahlset
Eddie Buraye Eddie Buraye ... Key Guard
Richard Burgi ... Cyrus Slanton
Kim Estes ... Jeremiah
Lou Ferrigno Jr. ... Frank Jones
Brenda Lorena Garcia ... Alert Student
Luke Guldan ... Paul Dahlset
Thomas Haley ... Officer Osborn
Calvin Harrison Calvin Harrison ... Sonic Guard
Anne Marie Howard ... Reporter
Mark Krenik ... Soldier
Kyra Locke ... Mrs. Elle
Greg Allan Martin ... Douglas Cole
Jon Mohr Jon Mohr ... Radio DJ


A student and her co-worker tell her Professor that they have discovered unusual seismic patterns that could collapse downtown LA during the G-20 World Leaders Summit. The professor learns that his financier was killed just after defunding A shadowy Nikola Tesla research project. Determined to find Tesla's notes, Esther visits the professor's home and office to find him gone and sets out on a quest to uncover the truth.

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Final Frequency: It's the last sound you'll ever hear.


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The movie is based upon bleeding edge technologies that are currently kept top secret by world governments. So called "Psychotronic" technologies are said to affect human brain tissue in dramatic ways, including signs of concussion without subjects having received any blows to the head. World governments including China and the former Soviet Union are intensely interested on this arena of modern arms. Post Cold War, Vladimir Putin declared that Russia would pursue "new instruments for achieving political and strategic goals," including psychophysical weapons. His 2014 visit to Cuba bore extravagant gifts, including the cancellation of approximately $30 billion in Cuban debt and later, a pact on mutual defense and technology. In November 2016, American diplomats were assaulted with intense high-pitched sounds dubbed "Immaculate Concussion" by some researchers. The waves produced general incapacitation including nausea, loss of hearing, severe headaches, fatigue, dizziness and sleep issues. The Trump administration warned travelers to avoid Cuba. The press, State Department and the CIA is curiously silent on these issues. See more »

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Like an amateur tv episode
17 June 2021 | by bluenotejazz-64946See all my reviews

This *feels* like it was made for television, as if it were an episode of CSI (with all of the quirky side characters). Only worse.

Kirby Bliss Blanton is fine here but a lot of the other actors deliver some stunningly bad work (the two geeks are unbearable). And the poor special effects make this truly feel amateurish.

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11 June 2021 (USA) See more »

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$4,735, 13 June 2021

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