This is an interesting movie, from the guys who made BOG PEOPLE. In 2011, after an economic depression, massive unemployment and high crime, the prison system has been radically altered. Rather than keep prisoners in cells they are kept in suspended animation while their minds are locked in a virtual reality game created by this multi-millionaire named Crowley (Robert Davi). Those inmates who are given death sentences are not only killed in the game, they are killed in real life.There's a resistance group, consisting of my former Army people, who want to stop this inhuman virtual reality game. One of them is captured and it's up to the others to try to get him back. He's pitted against this mean German guy who is in a wheelchair in reality. The scenarios in which they fight range from Medieval times (and shot at Medieval Times in New York!), to the old West. Watch the end credits for 'Post Production Consultant- Seth Brundle' and some other made-up names. Amy Lynn Baxter (BROADCAST BOMBSHELLS) has a brief role as a virtual reality sex object and co-writer and director of photography Matt Howe portrays an investigative news reporter named Dobbs. Indy filmmaker Scooter McCrae (SHATTERDEAD) has role as Tron, the renegade computer programmer who ultimately defeats the program with a virus. He spouts my favorite line in the movie-'There's not a program those monkeyboys can write that I can't bitchf*ck!'There are tons of explosions, lots of action, decent production value. I noticed that the movie is copyrighted 1996, so I'm sure this has already been seen in other countries years before its premiere in the U.S. Anyways, you definitely won't be bored watching it.