Control Factor. Mind Control Murders.
Control Factor Mind Control Murders.
This movie is pretty neat. I don't want to give too much away, but I think every targeted individual should watch this movie.
They cover some really neat plot points, like how far advanced mind control technology is, and it might not be a bad explaination for when killings happen. They are so many of these movies out there, but unless you know what's happening, you just brush them off as a sci-fi film.
I want to thank the origianal person who dropped this off at Gang Stalking World, this has been my first chance to get back to this, but with all the recent killings, this movie comes right to mind.
I will post the plot synopsis, and then my review.
[quote]Lance Bishop (Adam Baldwin, not from the Baldwin clan) is your run-of -the-mill insurance salesman whose life is happy and relatively unremarkable until one fateful day which leads him to question his sanity. First a strange degenerate inexplicably attacks him in the street. Then he hears voices in his head. Voices that tell him that it might be a good idea to murder his beloved wife (Elizabeth Berkley, SHOWGIRLS). Turns out, the voices are part of a top-secret government plot to control the minds of its citizens and achieve world domination. Fortunately, Bishop discovers other, somewhat off-kilter folks, who suspect their minds have been tampered with. This moody, paranoid picture follows in the tradition of alien-abduction movies such as THE X-FILES and TAKEN. The only difference is that here, the sinister characters representing the government bear an uncanny resemblance to aliens. [/quote]
The parts I liked, when he used the term Targeted Individual to describe himself, once he found out he was a lab rat for behaviour modification experiments.
The part where his wife is not what she seems to be, this is so true with some of the people around us who term out not to be what we thought they were.
The fact that the scientist helped work on these experiments and says they have been lying about how far advanced the research is.
The fact that it's part of a test to see how well they can manipulate human kind.
Phase two because phase one just was not enough and this might be a good explaination of when violence happens in sudden sprouts.
I think for the average person this is a good movie, and they can still enjoy it even if they are not targeted individuals.
For targeted individuals, I think you will especially like this movie.
I am going to see if I can find a script and link to it.