There hasn't been a future as bleak as the one displayed in MINDWARP in some time. The movie, produced by Fangoria Films (an offshoot of the popular horror magazine) takes the audience through three different futuristic locations, each one more forbidding than the last. Fortunately, as the
settings get worse, the movie gets progressively better, and MINDWARP ends up as an involving horror adventure.
The story opens in a white, sterile household where the young protagonist, Judy (Marta Alicia, whose performance starts out shaky but also improves with time), spends her life plugged into Infinisynth, a computer network that allows the population to live in a world ...