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Infinity Chamber (2016)

Infinity Chamber Horror Movie Review

A man trapped in an automated prison must outsmart a computer in order to escape.


Infinity Chamber Horror Movie ReviewWritten and directed by Travis Milloy (Pandorum) Infinity Chamber is one of those "carried by a single actor" efforts, with this one being very much in the vein of Moon. In this sci fi thriller Frank is incarcerated into a computer run cell - with his only companion being Howard, the computer, and only being able to interact with his own virtually created dreams. It sounds wacky, but is in fact far from it. The premise is simple enough and plays out like a single location play.

With the film entirely on his shoulders, Christopher Soren Kelly (The Frame) - Frank - does an astounding job here, carrying the film with ease. Only two other characters really come into play, the computer, Howard, played with some enthusiastic style by Jesse D. Arrow (Criminal Minds) and coffee shop owner / dream girl, Gabby, played by Cassandra Clark (Elephant Graveyard). None of the talent on show has a massive back catalog, and to be honest, there is little experience here - but the final results are astoundingly good.

The film is interesting, a little cerebral, well thought out with some nice twists in the tale, and a non-conclusive ending which will have you talking afterward. The production is low budget, however, Milloy does a stunning job of subverting the viewers gaze away from cut corners, and the finished product feels like a Hollywood production.

Definitely not to be missed.

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