With filmmaking entering the computer age, it's no surprise to find the science fiction and horror genres following suit. GHOST IN THE MACHINE, however, is much more sophisticated in its graphics than its storytelling, putting some good-looking visuals at the service of a laughable plot
straight out of an early-'80s slasher movie.
Karen Allen stars as Terry Munroe, a pretty divorcee who goes to an electronics store to buy a gift for her boss. She hits upon a program which allows one to scan one's address book, with the names, addresses, and phone numbers converted into a computer image. Too bad for her that she
accidentally leaves her address book behind, and...