The Mind's Eye


Action / Horror / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 60%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 37%
IMDb Rating 4.5 10 1399


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Larry Fessenden as Mike Connors
Noah Segan as Travis Levine
Lauren Ashley Carter as Rachel Meadows
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 4 / 10

My brain does not get weak

Dr. Michael Slovak (John Speredakos) runs an institute in Rhode Island to study telekinesis. He recruits people who have this power and experiments on them. Zach Connors (Graham Skipper) and his girl friend Rachel Meadows (Lauren Ashley Carter) are the strongest of the two. They are kept drugged up, have spinal fluid extracted and injected into Dr. Slovak. Not to hard to figure out where this goes.

This is a low budget, "Scanners" type of film. The film had a lot of decent gore effects such a head explosions and head splitting, kudos Melissa Asci and whoever else was involved. For some reason they opted to make the film stupid. First they used a demonic voice distorter for Dr. Slovak which didn't come across too well. If you are going to shoot people a few times, either have them die, or hobble around. Don't bring them back like nothing happened. And was was with the grimace contests that were gong on all the time. It looked like the stars could have used a decent stool softener. I was confused why Zach allowed guys to live who were trying to kill him and I didn't understand the vein distortion side effect.

Now it did win "Best Director" at the Austin Fantastic Fest 2015 against some good competition so maybe its just me. Minus 1 star for the voice distorter. Sometimes less is more.

Guide: F-word. Brief sex and male butt nudity.

Reviewed by lojitsu 5 / 10

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Here's a Fresh Meat review of "The Mind's Eye" (NR - 2015 - US)...Your services are no longer required.

Genre: Horror/Paranormal My Score: 4.8

Cast=4 Acting=2 Plot=6 Ending=7 Story=4 Scare=4 Jump=3 F/X=7 Creep=3 Gore=8

Zack and Rachel were born with psychokinetic capabilities. When word of their supernatural talents gets out, they find themselves the prisoners of a deranged doctor intent on harvesting their powers.

Once I saw that the lead looked like a love child between Zach Galifinakis and Daniel Radcliffe...I lowered my expectations. The acting was extraordinarily bad, making it a tough pill to swallow. The gore however, was really good...that was the only part that actually reminded me of "Scanners". Considering the lack of budget and the temperature where they were filming, I was really impressed with how good the blood was. If all you were looking for was gore, then it would be worth seeing. If you're looking at the total package, this is barely a meh.

Reviewed by Jacques Du Rand 3 / 10

Barely Watchable Ripp Off of David Cronenberg's Scanners

If this feature stood on it's own, it might have made a weak 4 on my list, but as a rip off of the 1981 classic it barely gets a 2. So let's settle then on 3.

Though the story line deviates from David Cronenberg's Scanners, this feature is a clear rip off from Scanners with very obvious parallels – even a classic reference to the forced veins on the face of Michael Slovak, the deranged scientist.

Someone clearly forgot to tell this movie maker though that if you are going to try and emulate the style of a legendary director like Cronenberg, one should probably at least try and come up with an original idea or study the thematic content of that particular director before putting out a half-bred attempt to cash in on a new generation that would not know the classic.

But with a very weak story line, a complete lack of thematic content, an over obvious choice to emulate Cronenberg's style and an insulting lack of innovation and originality, the best thing about this film is the B-grade special effects that is slightly nostalgic of early Rob Zombie films.

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