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as Agent Barnes
as Forensics Tech
as Dr. Stalberg
as Erin O'Dowell
as Nick Nemet
as Annette DeFour
as Agent Bennett
as Julian Stoli
as Debbie Torres
as Natalia Nemet
as Mrs. Bernstein
Critic Reviews for Dreamkiller
Dreamkiller wants to show us the dangers of becoming prisoners of our fears. Sadly, the film has no similar insights into how to escape utter boredom.
Audience Reviews for Dreamkiller
It's got something. I normally don't like indie movies because they are slow or boring (with great exceptions of course like Crash, Magnolia) but I'm talking about the ones with no names and no big budget. But this one is interesting and grabbing. Fresh story, good twist. Loved the "killer"'s performance without telling you who the actual killer is...
An unusual independent movie with a "commercial" feeling that has an interesting and fresh plot. A revolutionary form of psychotherapy designed to rid patients of their phobias yields deadly results when test-subjects begin dying in the same manner as their worst fears. When the Nazi's were at the height of power, Adolf Hilter began working with doctors Carl Clauberg and Joseph Mengele to develop a weapon capable of inducing psychosis in enemy combatants. In 1945, Hitler's concentration camps were liberated, and Allied forces were said to have confiscated and destroyed all evidence of the experiments. Flash forward to the new millennium, when some of the most respected doctors on the planet unveil their latest project - the F.R.I.T. program. Though the doctors are confident that the F.R.I.T. program can help patients to conquer their greatest fears, the public isn't convinced. Their skepticism is confirmed when the test subjects begin perishing under mysterious circumstances. Someone - or something - is preying on their deepest, darkest fears, and now the race is on to save the rest of the patients before it's too late.
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