From the mind of writer-director Brandon Cronenberg (son of the legendary David Cronenberg) comes this psychological sci-fi horror about corporate assassination.
Tasya Vos is an elite corporate assassin who uses brain-implant technology to take control of other people’s bodies to execute high profile targets. But the job has put great strain on her family life, estranging from her husband and son, and she’s been acting erratically. When her latest assignment places her into an equally unstable mind, her own survival is threatened.
Due to limited space, we rarely get to add much sci-fi or horror into Screen Machine’s tour. But Small Screen Machine now gives us the opportunity to broaden our programme and bring you those films that we know some of you will enjoy, but were unable to be shown on Screen Machine.
A warning to potential viewers to expect plenty of violence and gore.
“A thoroughly macabre satire of surveillance, corporate management, paranoia, and power” The Guardian
“gleefully gory sci-fi horror” Mark Kermode
“a daring sci-fi parable that pushes the limits of what audiences can (or should) bear” Variety