Nothing dates a film like a film that features the internet. That’s why more films should feature the internet. Ghost in the Machine (1993) is one of those films. It is a film that grabs plausibility by the balls and squeezes them until they pop. It is also laughably-shoddy. Like when the lead kid (Wil Horneff) says, “I was just searching around on my computer – I found this great sex program.” The death scenes are ludicrous too. Including this one about a guy (Richard McKenzie) who learns that he shouldn’t eat TV dinners. Especially when there is a killer in the computer that can also use electricity to take over the microwave and turn his kitchen into one massive microwave.

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