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Brainscan
Directed by John Flynn
Produced by Michel Roy
Written by Brian Owens
Andrew Kevin Walker
Starring Edward Furlong
Frank Langella
T. Ryder Smith
Music by George S. Clinton
Cinematography François Protat
Editing by Jay Cassidy
Phillip Linson
Studio Admire Productions Ltd.
Coral Productions
Distributed by Columbia TriStar
Release date(s) April 22, 1994 (1994-April-22)
Running time 1 hour 36 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Brainscan is a 1994 horror film starring Edward Furlong, Frank Langella, Amy Hargreaves, Jamie Marsh and T. Ryder Smith. Music was composed by movie composer George S. Clinton.

Plot summary

A lonely teenage horror-movie fan named Michael Brower (Edward Furlong) discovers a mysterious computer game that uses hypnosis to custom-tailor the game into the most terrifying experience imaginable. When he emerges from the hypnotic trance, he is horrified to find evidence that the brutal murder depicted in the game actually happened, and HE'S the killer. Add in the appearance of the mysterious Trickster (T. Ryder Smith), and the murderous madness jumps to the next level. Hounded by his best friend Kyle Hilliard (Jamie Marsh) and Police Detective Hayden (Frank Langella), and hiding the truth from girl next door and crush Kimberly (Amy Hargreaves), Michael's world comes crashing down in a hectic cacophony that is sure to make one think, "Are you sure you wanna play?"

Tagline: Wanna play? I dare you!

Soundtrack

The film's soundtrack featured a good deal of hard rock, grunge, and heavy metal from then-emerging bands. Among the bands who had music on the soundtrack are Mudhoney, White Zombie, OLD, Dandelion, Primus, Tad, and the Butthole Surfers. It also featured the film's Main Title Theme from George S. Clinton's score.

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