Joe Begos Blends Science and Horror with Mind’s Eye

Joe Begos’ Mind’s Eye Film Details

Director: Joe BegosDecayMag.com. Joe Begos. "The Mind's Eye"

Writer: Joe Begos

Release Date: August 5, 2016

Release Format: Streaming

MPAA Rating: Not Rated

Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi

Synopsis:

Zack Connors and Rachel Meadows were born with incredible psychokinetic capabilities. When word of their supernatural talents gets out, they find themselves the prisoners of Michael Slovak, a deranged doctor intent on harvesting their powers.

After a daring escape, they are free from his sinister institution, but the corrupt doctor will stop at nothing to track them down so that he may continue to siphon their gifts for his own use.

Overview

The Mind’s Eye just released earlier this month, and the film is amazing. The Action, Horror, Sci-Fi is written and directed by Joe Begos.

Graham Skipper and Lauren Ashley Carter star a young couple who were born Psychokinesis. They become wanted by the police and a ruthless doctor, who wants to use their abilities for evil.

After being tracked down by police, Zack Connors (Graham Skipper), and Rachel Meadows (Lauren Ashley Carter) are taken in by the cold-hearted Dr. Michael Slovak (John Speredakos) who wants to use their powers for his own selfish, ruthless intentions.

Zack and Rachel are held a prisoner in the doctor’s facility, which specializes in Psychokinesis, and they are subjected to forced injections to stabilize their powers. Dr. Slovak, himself, is like Zack and Rachel.

However, he wasn’t born with the powers like them. He found a way to inject himself to become enhanced with the powers. However, these enhancements make him more powerful than ever; almost superhuman.

Pros

The Mind’s Eye has a great storyline and plot. We’ve seen similar films, where people are born with gifted abilities, or they are held for scientific experiments and created into superhuman creations.

A lot of those films contain a massive amount of CGI. Although the picture in Begos’ film is hazy and a bit choppy here and there, the cinematography is good.DecayMag.com. Joe Begos. "The Mind's Eye"

For once, acting that lives up to the film. It so often in a lot of indie films, the acting goes way off the deep end. In The Mind’s Eye, the cast does a spectacular job in all of their roles.

Skipper, Carter, and Speredakos definitely lived up to their star performances and the expectations that come with the territory of being the stars of the show.

In conclusion

The story of greed and power and how it can get out of hand once it gets into the wrong hands. Under Joe Begos’ direction, The Mind’s Eye is a grand success.

Rating Score:  0-10 Avoid | 11-20 Mediocre | 21-30 Good | 31-40  Average | 41-50 Satisfactory | 51-60 Stunning | 61-70 Terrific | 71-80 Must See | 81-90 Amazing | 91-100 Impressive

 

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