Game Over Release Date: 2003 Genre: Sci-Fi Director: Jason Bourque and other idiots Writer: Keith Shaw (upcoming Sea Ghost and Deep Evil) Starring: Yasmine Bleeth, Walter Koenig, Michael Buffer, Mike Ditka Let me first say that at the time of this review, I made an attempt to get in contact with the director and/or producer […]

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Game Over
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Sci-Fi
Director: Jason Bourque and other idiots
Writer: Keith Shaw (upcoming Sea Ghost and Deep Evil)
Starring: Yasmine Bleeth, Walter Koenig, Michael Buffer, Mike Ditka

Let me first say that at the time of this review, I made an attempt to get in contact with the director and/or producer of this film. I don’t know if they decided not to return my phone call, knowing what was coming to them, or if the secretary for their production company simply didn’t relay the message. As a result, I can’t say for sure that the information is absolutely true.

What a movie.

No, this is not a redux of Lucky.

GAME OVER SUCKS.

From what I can piece together, a bunch of idiots back in 1996 decided to design a video game revolving around Yasmine “Cocaine rocks!” Bleeth and Walter “I must be wearing lipstick and a pound of make-up” Koenig, likely to be released on the heavily hyped Saturn system. For whatever reason, it appears that they filmed over an hour of mind-numbingly poor video game material starring her and other jackasses, only to have the project barely make a blip on the radar. Seven years later the footage was sold to a bunch of damn Canadians, who produced some new wraparound footage in order to make a crappy virtual reality film that is now being marketed in the states as Game Over.

At first, this horrible film seems like it won’t be too bad. Set in the future (a computer monitor reveals it to be JULY OF 2004), a computer hacker who doesn’t like the Internet Police (or something) named Steve Hunter is quite charismatic.

There, right at that point, the whole thing ups the dose of stupidity ten fold. A bunch of evil people put Steve into the machine, which has killed people due to the heavy anxiety the game creates. With the video game being shot in first person, it was relatively easy for them to now splice the footage together. But problem is, it looks ridiculous. While the new shots directed by poor Jason Bourque aren’t anything to praise, they’re at least worthy of film. The game footage, which takes up the core majority of the film, looks terrible on so many levels. Big, fake looking guns shoot the enemies, and then a big fireball erupts around them, like, you guessed it, in a cheap video game.

Shockingly, this seems to have been a high concept video game for the time. Yasmine Bleeth, Walter Koenig, Michael Buffer, and Mike Ditka all sold their souls for the almighty dollar.

It sucks. It sucks. It sucks. It sucks. It sucks. It sucks.

DVD: Standard… Don’t rent it, buy it, or even skim its synopsis at the video store. Hell, take the actual movie and hide it somewhere, like say, behind the box of Lawnmower Man 2. You’ll be doing the entire world a favor..

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