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Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from a rigged demo.

—James Klass

Synopsis: A man is sent for compulsory relaxation and loses his body.


Reaction: I'd say it's a ridiculous concept, but it's basically the Matrix. Now that I think about it, it's a ridiculous concept any way.


Personal Rating: 8/10

Select Cast and Crew
Douglas Williams => Director
Corinne Jacker => Writer
John Tucker => Composer
Arnie Achtman => Slavin
Audra Williams => Desirée
Beth McKeever => Overdrawn at the Memory Bank Technical Support Operator (MST) (voice)
Bill Corbett => Crow T. Robot (MST) / Observer (MST)
Bridget Jones => Slicer the Nanite (MST) (voice)
Chapelle Jaffe => Djamilla
Denise Pidgeon => Doppling Medico (as Denise Pigeon)
Donald Moore => Novicorp Chairman / The Fat Man (as Donald C. Moore)
Gary Farmer => Tooby
Helen Carscallen => Dr. Darwin
Jim Mallon => Gypsy (MST)
Kevin Murphy => Professor Bobo (MST) / Tom Servo (MST)
Linda Griffiths => Computech Apollonia James
Marvin Goldhar => Computer (voice) / HX368
Mary Jo Pehl => Pearl Forrester (MST)
Michael J. Nelson => Mike Nelson (MST)
Patrick Brantseg => Gypsy (MST)
Patrick Brymer => Nirvana Clerk
Paul Chaplin => Mookie the Nanite (MST) (voice)
Peter Rudrud => Recording at 'Overdrawn at the Memory Bank Technical Support' (MST)
Raul Julia => Aram Fingal / Rick Blaine
Rex Hagon => Shuttle Passenger (as Rex Hagan)
Sheila Moore => 20th Century Doctor
Wanda Cannon => Felicia Varley / Lola

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • All of the animal footage during the sequence where Fingal is doppled into a baboon is taken from the film Animals Are Beautiful People.
  • Continuity: Throughout the movie the characters refer to The Computer as the HX368. Raul Julia even types it as such in one part of the film, also the credits at the end of the film refer to it as the same. Meanwhile all the other computer graphics refer to the computer as the HX254.