Ghost Machine (film)
|Directed by||Chris Hartwill|
|Produced by||Simon Bosanquety
|Written by||Sven Hughes
|Music by||Bill Grishaw|
|Edited by||Emma Gaffney
|Distributed by||Anchor Bay Entertainment|
Ghost Machine is a British science fiction film, directed by Chris Hartwill and based on a screenplay by writer Sven Hughes and Malachi Smyth. It stars Rachael Taylor, Sean Faris and Luke Ford.
The military sees itself only in Outpost being confronted with an overwhelming essence.[clarification needed] Military technicians—and video game freaks—Tom and Vic smuggle a top-secret, virtual warfare program into a disused prison, to experiment with it. What should first be a cool thrill becomes a deadly reality; a vengeful nature has manipulated the software and kidnapped all acting in the real world.Template:Bing translation? When their companion Jess hears of this case, it begins a seemingly hopeless rescue mission and is also drawn into this virtual world, which can be just as deadly as real war. In the final level of this game, death awaits!
- Sean Faris as Tom
- Rachael Taylor as Jess
- Luke Ford as Vic
- Jonathan Harden as Benny
- Hatla Williams as Prisoner K
- Sam Corry as Iain
- Richard Dormer as Taggert
- Joshua Dallas as Bragg
The Score was composed by American country artist Bill Grishaw.
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