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  • https://www.facebook.com/tsack3 Timothy Sack

    I think that was pretty awesome for being totally crowdsourced

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  • Kilmorea

    Very awesome effects, but I have no fucking idea as to what the pot was about…

    • Kilmorea

      plot

      • http://www.pegritz.com Derek C. F. Pegritz

        Girl gets hurt by Guy's cyborg phobia. Later, Girl goes posthuman by uploading her mind into the killer mechs she invented and taking her frustrations out on still-organic humans. Somehow, the human "resistance," I guess you could call it, captures the mech with her original mindload in it and gets the Guy, now much older, to re-enact the moment in which he hurt her in order to rewrite that particular memory in her mind so that, perhaps, she'll issue stop commands to her other mechs. The film stops just short of whether or not she issues said command.

  • krypto092108

    Totally cool movie! I even recognised Derek De Lint from MGM's Poltergeist: The Legacy!

  • polyethenepam

    All was spoken in nice Dunglish.
    Goed om te zien dat een nederlands product op The Chive staat.

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