by Del Harvey
In 2011 prisoners no longer fight with each other, but with wealthy sportsmen in a Virtual Reality game where if you die in the game, you die in life!
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MTI Home Video will release the sci-fi action film Absolute Aggression on February 17, 2004.
Absolute Aggression stars Robert Davi (Showgirls, License to Kill, Die Hard), Amy Lynn Baxter (Smokin’ Stogies, Bikini Bistro), J. Christian Ingvordsen/John Christian (Bog Creatures, Airboss), Joan Gerardi (New York Nights), Kelly Gleeson (Airboss IV: The X Factor), Ronnie Kerr (The Aviator, Out of Sync) and Glenn Schuld (Desolation Angels).
The film was written, directed and produced by J. Christian Ingvordsen, with Matthew M. Howe (Airboss, Original Sin) co-writing and producing.
Die in the game…die in life! In the year 2011, the prison system is run by the private sector. Business tycoon R.D. Crowley (Davi) has created a Virtual Reality prison. The prisoner’s bodies are locked in suspended animation while their minds traverse the lethal labyrinth of games Crowley has designed for them. Crowley allows wealthy sportsmen to participate, for a price, in deadly VR combat with the prisoners.
Del Harvey is the founder of Film Monthly and teaches screenwriting at Columbia College Chicago.
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