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Head Games

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USA  •    •  76m  •    •  Directed by: Richard W. Haines.  •  Starring: Christopher Stone, Robert Prichard, John Brewer, Sheila Sawhny, Don Damico, Steve Gonnelo, James E. Fischer, Sylvester Covin, Laurie Lion, J.J. North, Dean Gregory, Joseph Farr, Eric J. Wiggins III.  •  Music by: Richard Fiocca.
A psychologist for inmates has knowledge of a secret, experimental brain implant, designed to change convicts' behavior so that they will not remember or repeat their crimes and, therefore, be able to return productively to society rather than remain in an increasing prison population. The procedure, however, suffers some imperfections: Three killers are at it again.

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This movie was kind of entertaining in a sleazy way, because it was shot in the pre-GiulianiBloomberginternet era in NYC. There are hookers roaming the streets, bikers, peep shows, and 42nd Street theaters in all their glory. Although it was released in 96, it was shot in 93, and then released on video later. The acting is not bad for a B movie, and the plot is kind of interesting, with its concept of reforming criminals with brain implants. Like all tolerable B movies, it has a good sense of humor, and the shootout scene in the porn store with the guy running out dragging an inflatable doll was hilarious. The direction and the writing were good, with some funny lines thrown in now and then. There were three or four very sexy women in the cast, and that played a large role in keeping it interesting.

Review by sgcim from the Internet Movie Database.