In the near future, you don't live to play... you'll play to live.
Do you see my point?
Set in the future, technology has advanced to the point where video-game-playing kids can control real people in violent games. In Slayer, a 17-year-old is controlling a 'volunteer' from Death Row. If they can survive 30 games, the killer gets to walk free. However the people running the game send in a real killer, who may be a free agent, not controlled by anyone else. At the same time, there are concerned citizens working together to stop Slayer. Naturally things all come to a head towards the end. Expect plenty of violence and hyperkinetic editing.
95 minutes, No persons under 16 (Language, Nudity, Violence) Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller.