Mindwarp 1991 Film

IMBD summary of Mindwarp 1991 Film: "In post-apocalyptic 2037, Judy rebels against the AI-ruled utopia where people live in a happy VR simulation. She's exiled to a post-nuclear wasteland where she meets drifter Stover. Mutated cannibals capture them for their leader Seer." (IMBD.com

Directed by Steve Barnett
Writing Credits: John Brancato and Michael Ferris

Summary
In the post-apocalyptic world of "Mindwarp" (1991), humanity's last survivors live in underground bunkers, seeking refuge from the desolate wasteland above. Amidst this bleak existence, virtual reality offers an escape—a simulated paradise where dreams can become reality. However, when Judy (played by Marta Martin) discovers discrepancies between the virtual world and the harsh truth of her surroundings, she embarks on a perilous journey of self-discovery.

Characters
Alongside her loyal companion Stover (played by Bruce Campbell), Judy navigates through a treacherous landscape filled with mutants, androids, and otherworldly horrors. As secrets unravel and allegiances are tested, Judy must confront the ultimate question: What is real, and what is merely a mind-warping illusion? With its blend of dystopian intrigue, psychological tension, and surprising twists, "Mindwarp" is a gripping sci-fi thriller that challenges perceptions and explores the depths of human resilience in the face of adversity.

As a fan of sci-fi thrillers, some may find "Mindwarp" to be a captivating and imaginative journey into a dystopian future. The film's concept of a post-apocalyptic world where humans escape into virtual reality to avoid the harsh reality of their surroundings is both intriguing and thought-provoking.

Effects
The cinematography and visual effects were impressive for its time, creating a vivid and immersive environment that drew me deeper into the story. The cast delivered solid performances, with Bruce Campbell and Angus Scrimm standing out in their respective roles. The suspenseful plot kept me on the edge of my seat throughout, and the unexpected twists and turns kept me guessing until the very end. Overall, "Mindwarp" is a thrilling and entertaining ride that fans of the genre won't want to miss.

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 Mindwarp
Image: Mindwarp Wikipedia
Mindwarp. (2023, September 30). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mindwarp_(film)

Produced by 

Norman Jacobs ... executive producer
Steven Jacobs ... executive producer
Alexandra Reed ... line producer
Damon Santostefano ... co-producer
Christopher Webster ... producer

Music by 

Mark Governor

Cinematography by 

Peter Fernberger

Editing by 

Adam Wolfe

Production Design by 

Kim Hix

Costume Design by 

Ida Gearon

Makeup Department 

Felicia Linsky ... hair stylist / makeup artist / makeup department head

Production Management 

Steve Barnett ... post-production supervisor
Alexandra Reed ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Laura Buckley ... second assistant director
Guy Ramsden ... second unit director
J.B. Rogers ... first assistant director

Art Department 

Terry Baughman ... construction coordinator
Don Bock ... carpenter
Kevin Brown ... location construction
Mark Brown ... foam applicator
Mickey Brown ... foam applicator
Jeff Buss ... art department assistant
Dan Edan ... carpenter
Tom Edan ... carpenter
Mark Hofeling ... assistant art director
Brad Kubiak ... carpenter
Diane Lederman ... property master
Randy Leifer ... scenic artist
Gary Lockwood ... carpenter
William McCrow ... additional set designer (as Will McCrow)
Jamie Patten ... art department assistant
Dennis Patton ... set sculptor
Roger Perkovich ... set painter
Allan Quartermass ... additional designer
Randy Swiggum ... set dresser
Mark Van Ert ... property assistant
Michael Wattelet ... special props: weapons
Rachael Weinzimer ... assistant property master
Tyrone Yonash ... carpenter
Mark Zanoni ... lead carpenter

Sound Department 

John Voss Bonds Jr. ... sound prelay (as John V. Bonds)
Charles Bruce ... sound prelay
Thomas Burke ... sound editor
Kevin Patrick Burns ... adr mixer
Stuart Calderon ... sound prelay
Bob Costanza ... sound prelay (as Robert Costanza)
Andy D'Addario ... re-recording mixer
Mike Dickeson ... foley artist
John Edwards-Younger ... sound prelay (as John S. Edwards-Younger)
Scott Landreth ... boom operator
Sonya Lindsay ... sound prelay (as Sonya L. Henry)
Michael McCabe ... sound prelay
Bruce Murphy ... stereo sound consultant
Yvonne Preble ... foley mixer
Ryan Purcell ... foley artist
David Rawlinson ... sound editor
Hans Roland ... sound mixer
Lynn Schneider ... assistant adr mixer
Charles Sydnor ... adr supervisor
David John West ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Ray West ... re-recording mixer
Darren Wright ... sound prelay

Special Effects by 

Howard Berger ... designer: K.N.B. Effects Group
Sandi Berger ... coordinator: K.N.B. Effects Group
Hank Carlson ... crew: K.N.B. Effects Group
Anne Winky Kraus ... coordinator: K.N.B. Effects Group (as Anne Kraus)
Robert Kurtzman ... designer: K.N.B. Effects Group
Mark Maitre ... crew: K.N.B. Effects Group
Greg Nicotero ... designer: K.N.B. Effects Group
Mark Tavares ... crew: K.N.B. Effects Group

Visual Effects by 

Linda Drake ... optical line-up (as Linda Obalil)
Kevin Kutchaver ... roto artist
Jim Stewart ... optical camera operator

Stunts 

David Hugghins ... stunt performer
Tony Hugghins ... stunts
Butch Mounce ... stunts
Mildred A. Novak ... stunts (as Mildred Novak)
Brad Overturf ... stunts (as Brad Overturff)
Gary Paul ... stunt coordinator / stunts

Camera and Electrical Department 

Rodney Bauer ... key grip (as Rod Bauer)
Jess V. Carpenter ... first assistant camera: second unit (as Jesse Carpenter)
Stacey Cohen ... first assistant camera
Jim Denault ... gaffer
Mary Eiben ... second assistant camera
Jim Farrell ... animation camera operator
Marcus Hahn ... director of photography: second unit
Kent Michael Hammond ... second assistant camera: second unit
Audrey Jameson ... grip
Frank Knapczyk Jr. ... electrician
Kurt Lennig ... best boy
Julian Marynczak ... electrician
Bret Netherton ... grip
Lana Vlahkis ... still photographer

Casting Department 

Eden Atwood ... casting: Chicago
Kent DeMarche ... casting: Los Angeles

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Deborah Fiscus ... assistant costumer
Colleen Kubiak ... wardrobe stitcher
Lesley Terry ... wardrobe dresser

Editorial Department 

Jennifer Arnett ... apprentice editor
Margaret Yu Mallari ... apprentice editor (as Margaret Yu)
Mato ... color timer
Martha Rubin ... first assistant editor
Holly Sachi ... second assistant editor (as Holly-Sachi)

 

Source: IMBD. Mindawrp Film. 2024. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100152/?ref_=ext_shr_lnk

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