Movies about mind control

Mind control is the main subject of these movies.

Creatures (giants, zombies, ghosts, vampires, werewolves, robots, aliens, mutants) are often used as an allegory to tell us something about mind control.

There are a few famous books which claim to document “psychotronic movies” but they are not about mind control. These books are rather about weird movies.

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Contents

  1. Electronic mind control
  2. Electronic harassment
  3. Memory wipe
  4. Remote viewing
  5. Mind reading
  6. Thought recording and reproduction
  7. Implants
  8. Dreams
  9. Mind link
  10. Mind transfer
  11. Gang stalking
  12. Mind control

Electronic mind control

PDF file icon Control factor (2003) by Wikipedia (35.0 K, 1 page). Control factor with Adam Baldwin and Elizabeth Berkley (2003, 84 minutes). Adam Baldwin is an opposer of social justice. An average everyman discovers that he’s the unwitting target of an ultra secret domestic black operation which centers on mind control. Lance Bishop is almost shot at his office by a self-proclaimed mercy killer, who gets shot in time. Then his life changes. He hears a voice that commands him to shoot his wife. A detective is killed before his eyes with an exotic weapon. Then he has his first nervous breakdown. At home he finds a CD that was sent by the shooter. The shooter was some army psych who did mind control research. He gives him an address. In the middle of the night he goes to the address. He meets Reggie, who shows him a second video message. Then the building is stormed by a team that collects emotions. Before he leaves, he gets a protective cap, but he forgets to put it on. The people on the street are under the influence of the technology. He has a second nervous breakdown, but he can put the cap on. He buys an electronic device to prove the harassment. At home he discovers a man with a device in the window at the other side of the street. He tries to call help, but his call is intercepted. He discovers that his noisy neighbors have been replaced with a tape recorder. His wife removes his cap to clean his face. He’s defenseless against the technology. He has a third nervous breakdown. Then he shoots his wife. But, it was a dummy bullet. She starts to behave like an agent and leaves. He goes after her. He discovers a local control center in the same building. His wife knocks him out. They wipe his memory. His life continues as if nothing happened. He has to take medication. They irradiate him to impair his memory. But, a dish that is glued together remembers him of the events. When they notice that his memory is back, they decide to kill him. But, Reggie arrives in time. As the agents try to give Lance a heart attack, Reggie grabs the gun and shoots an agent. Lance and Reggie jump through the windows. They fall in a garbage truck. Phase 2 starts while they are in a pub: mass behavioral modification. They will cause civil disturbance. Lance and Reggie buy weapons, but, they are robbed. The gang is wearing the protective caps that they have stolen. Suddenly, they are free from the mind control. They join Lance and Reggie. Lance is discovered because he calls his wife. The agents go after him, but his friends shoot them. Lance and Reggie torture the team leader. He reveals where the control center is: in the hospital. He’s forced to call for backup. Lance kills him with the heart attack weapon. He removes his cap. Now the agents can easily arrest him and bring him to the hospital. His wife has been ordered to execute him. But, she wants to bring him alive to the Director, so he can shoot him. Then their son won’t have to grow up in hell. Lance fails to kill the Director, because he appeared as a hologram.

Lance Bishop watches DVD about psychotronics

PDF file icon Control factor — the movie explained by me (6.7 MB, 187 pages). This book looks a bit like a comic strip album. It tells the story of the movie and gives you some background information. A few years ago, they started to distribute a comic strip album that makes people believe that they have schizophrenia if they believe this sort of things. So there should also be a comic strip album that tells people that they are normal if they believe this sort of things. This science fiction movie contains much material of which I suppose that it exists, of which I can prove that it exists, and of which I know that reality is even worse.

PDF file icon It conquered the world (1956) by Wikipedia (229.2 K, 4 pages).

It conquered the world
In It conquered the world (1956) an alien arrives on Earth. It creates flying devices which can implant electrodes in someone’s neck, turning him into a mind control zombie.

PDF file icon Looker (1981) by Wikipedia (68.6 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Plan 9 from outer space (1959) by Wikipedia (430.4 K, 11 pages).

Plan 9 from outer space with Carl Anthony
Plan 9 from outer space (1959) is often quoted as the worst film of all time. Aliens foresee that humans will invent a substance which can make light explode, leading to the end of the universe. They decide to wake the dead and order them to kill all humans. Carl Anthony portrays officer Larry. He could fly airplanes blindfolded thanks to ESP. He demonstrated this three times on TV in 1955. It was national news.

PDF file icon Starcrash (1978) by Wikipedia (130.4 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Starship invasions (1977) by Wikipedia (94.2 K, 4 pages).

Starship invasions
In Starship invasions (1977) aliens broadcast a signal to the Earth causing people to kill themselves.

PDF file icon Submerged (2005) by Wikipedia (83.6 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The brain (1988) by Wikipedia (60.4 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The Earth dies screaming (1964) by Wikipedia (90.6 K, 2 pages).

The Earth dies screaming
In The Earth dies screaming (1964) aliens use a mobile phone tower to broadcast a signal to their robots and people that they turned into mind control zombies. The nightmare is over when the mobile phone tower is blown up.

PDF file icon The gamma people (1955) by Wikipedia (85.4 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The Invaders TV series (1967-1968) by Wikipedia (249.2 K, 22 pages).

PDF file icon The return of doctor Mabuse (1961) by Wikipedia (58.9 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The signal (2007) by Wikipedia (93.1 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon They live (1988) by Wikipedia (133.0 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon Ultrasonic (2012) by Wikipedia (42.7 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Videodrome (1983) by Wikipedia (102.5 K, 4 pages).

Resident evil film series

PDF file icon Resident evil: afterlife (2010) by Wikipedia (291.0 K, 12 pages).

PDF file icon Resident evil: retribution (2012) by Wikipedia (246.5 K, 9 pages).

Electronic harassment

PDF file icon The war of the worlds (1953) by Wikipedia (162.5 K, 8 pages).

Memory wipe

PDF file icon Oblivion (2013) by Wikipedia (178.0 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon Paycheck (2003) by Wikipedia (112.7 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The simultaneous man (1970) by Wikipedia (36.2 K, 2 pages).

Remote viewing

PDF file icon Chilling visions: 5 senses of fear (2013) by Wikipedia (62.3 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Days of our lives TV series (1965-present) by Wikipedia (271.9 K, 15 pages).

PDF file icon Until the end of the world (1991) by Wikipedia (92.1 K, 4 pages).

Mind reading

PDF file icon Black hole (House TV series episode 2010) by Wikipedia (27.8 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Metropia (2009) by Wikipedia (62.0 K, 3 pages).

Thought recording and reproduction

PDF file icon Batman forever (1995) by Wikipedia (133.5 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon Blade runner (1982) by Wikipedia (360.4 K, 20 pages).

PDF file icon Brainstorm (1983) by Wikipedia (90.8 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Criminal (2016) by Wikipedia (87.7 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Cyberman (Doctor Who TV series 1963-present) by Wikipedia (246.3 K, 12 pages).

PDF file icon Joe 90 TV series (1968-1969) by Wikipedia (235.1 K, 16 pages).

PDF file icon Strange days (1995) by Wikipedia (93.6 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The 6th day (2000) by Wikipedia (78.0 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Total recall (1990) by Wikipedia (121.5 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon Total recall (2012) by Wikipedia (177.9 K, 7 pages).

Implants

PDF file icon Aika R-16 virgin mission TV series (2007) by Wikipedia (242.7 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon A.P.E.X. (1994) by Wikipedia (80.5 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Artifacts (2007) by Wikipedia (69.1 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Babylon A.D. (2008) by Wikipedia (142.1 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Batman beyond: return of the Joker (2000) by Wikipedia (217.3 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon Beyond the rising moon (1987) by Brian Kuhl (www.BrianKuhl.com) (239.3 K, 2 pages). Pentan is a genetically engineered woman. In her head there’s a chip that will explode within 72 hours if they activate it. She can also download data from computers.

PDF file icon Bionic ever after (1994) by www.MovieWeb.com (286.1 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Boy 7 (2015, Germany) by www.TheMovieRat.com (478.7 K, 3 pages).

Boy 7 sees the implant on display
In Boy 7 (2015) young delinquents are sent to an institution where they get an implant which erases their memory and allows total control by commands which are issued by computer. It can also kill them.

PDF file icon Dead at 21 TV series (1994) by Wikipedia (41.5 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Death race 3: inferno (2013) by Wikipedia (95.6 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Disturbing behavior (1998) by Wikipedia (110.9 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Dream logic (Fringe TV series episode 2009) by Wikipedia (89.7 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Dreamscape (2007) by Wikipedia (56.6 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Drive (1997) by Wikipedia (78.5 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Earth: final conflict TV series (1997-2002) by Wikipedia (121.6 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon Escape plan (2013) by Wikipedia (105.9 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Existenz (1999) by Wikipedia (93.9 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Exterminators of the year 3000 (1983) by Wikipedia (101.8 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Far cry (2008) by Wikipedia (94.8 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Firestorm (1997) by www.imdb.com, www.scifi-movies.com (94.8 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Future war (1997) by Wikipedia (116.3 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Gamer (2009) by Wikipedia (83.6 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Ghost in the shell TV series (1989-1990) by Wikipedia (324.1 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon Hands of steel (1986) by Wikipedia (81.3 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon H+: the digital series Web series (2012-2013) by Wikipedia (87.3 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon Implanted (2013) by Robert Abele (Los Angeles Times) (101.4 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Infini (2015) by Wikipedia (82.3 K, 3 pages). This movie is about a crazy making planet which is a living organism, like in the Solaris movies. Interestingly, the test subjects have an implant in the spine.

PDF file icon Invaders from Mars (1953) by Wikipedia (160.3 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Invaders from Mars (1986) by Wikipedia (101.7 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Johnny Mnemonic (1995) by Wikipedia (101.1 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Mechanical violator Hakaider (1995) by Wikipedia (248.3 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Metalstorm (1983) by Wikipedia (98.9 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Nemesis (1992) by Wikipedia (102.7 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Nikita TV series (2010-2013) by Wikipedia (197.3 K, 12 pages).

PDF file icon Operation time (Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons TV series episode 1967) by Wikipedia (44.2 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Outpost 37 (2014) by Wikipedia (49.4 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Programmed to kill (1987) by www.HorrorNews.net (258.3 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Prototype (1992) by Wikipedia (34.2 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Real Humans TV series (2012) by Wikipedia (173.6 K, 14 pages).

PDF file icon Saturn 3 (1980) by Wikipedia (85.1 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Sleep dealer (2008) by Wikipedia (68.8 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Stargate TV series (1994-2011) by Wikipedia (981.9 K, 41 pages).

PDF file icon Star Trek TV series (1966-2005) by Wikipedia (199.7 K, 13 pages).

PDF file icon Street asylum (1990) by www.FilmAffinity.com (55.5 K, 3 pages).

Street asylum
In Street asylum (1990) Gordon Liddy portrays a chief of police who wants to be elected as mayor. He has a special program to crush crime. The police are implanted without their knowledge and without their consent. They get a device in their back that makes them clairvoyant and aggressive. Gordon Liddy was the supervising FBI agent of the 5 FBI agents who were arrested in the Watergate scandal. He spent 4.5 years in prison for conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretap. PDF file icon Gordon Liddy by Wikipedia (177.2 K, 6 pages). Gordon Liddy can also be seen in the Super force TV series.

PDF file icon Technotise Edit & I (2009) by Wikipedia (115.5 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Tekken 2 (2014) by Wikipedia (97.1 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The bionic woman TV series (1976-1978) by Wikipedia (195.7 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon The final cut (2004) by Wikipedia (84.0 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The final sanction (1990) by Wikipedia (69.1 K, 1 page).

Robert Z'dar as a Russian who undergoes a psychological test
In The final sanction (1990) the USA and Russia agree to end their war with a duel between their best soldiers. The American is implanted with a communication device while the Russian goes through an interesting psychological test that no one has survived so far. (The American is a former Chippendale while the Russian is a giant with cherubism.)

PDF file icon The humanoid (1979) by Wikipedia (87.5 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The machine (2013) by Wikipedia (167.4 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The Manchurian candidate (2004) by Wikipedia (81.4 K, 4 pages). This movie is the remake of the movie from 1962.

The Manchurian Candidate: the last dance

PDF file icon The six million dollar man TV series (1973-1978) by Wikipedia (230.0 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon The terminal man (1974) by Wikipedia (219.6 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The tournament (2009) by Wikipedia (78.9 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The tripods TV series (1984-1985) by Wikipedia (52.6 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The vindicator (1986) by Wikipedia (101.9 K, 3 pages). This movie is in the style of RoboCop but it was released one year earlier.

PDF file icon Total reality (1997) by Direct to video connoisseur dtvconnoisseur.blogspot.be (161.0 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Virus (1999) by Wikipedia (179.6 K, 4 pages).

Cyborg film series

PDF file icon Cyborg (1989) by Wikipedia (106.6 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Cyborg 2 (1993) by Wikipedia (73.9 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Cyborg 3: the recycler (1995) by Wikipedia (67.2 K, 2 pages).

Cyborg cop film series

PDF file icon Cyborg cop (1993) by Wikipedia (83.6 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Cyborg cop 2 (1994) by Wikipedia (35.0 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Cyborg cop 3 (1995) by www.moria.co.nz (56.4 K, 2 pages).

Dead rising film series

PDF file icon Dead rising: endgame (2016) by Wikipedia (43.0 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Dead rising: watchtower (2015) by Wikipedia (108.4 K, 4 pages).

Fortress film series

PDF file icon Fortress (1992) by Wikipedia (77.1 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Fortress 2: re-entry (2000) by Wikipedia (57.6 K, 2 pages).

Universal soldier film series

PDF file icon Universal soldier (1992) by Wikipedia (86.9 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Universal soldier: day of reckoning (2012) by Wikipedia (116.2 K, 4 pages).

Dreams

PDF file icon Dreamscape (1984) by Wikipedia (98.7 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Inception (2010) by Wikipedia (329.3 K, 20 pages).

PDF file icon Open your eyes (1997) by Wikipedia (82.3 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Paprika (2006) by Wikipedia (251.7 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon The dream master (1966) by Wikipedia (56.9 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The prisoner TV series (1967-1968) by Wikipedia (159.4 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon The wheel of time TV series (2015) by Wikipedia (152.6 K, 12 pages).

PDF file icon Vanilla sky (2001) by Wikipedia (125.6 K, 6 pages).

Mind link

A mind link is a telepathic connection.

Contents

  1. Mind link (alien to alien)
  2. Mind link (alien to computer)
  3. Mind link (human to human)
  4. Mind link (human to computer)
  5. Mind link (human to alien)

Mind link (alien to alien)

PDF file icon Battle beyond the stars (1980) by Wikipedia (123.6 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon War of the worlds 2: the next wave (2008) by Wikipedia (120.8 K, 3 pages).

Mind link (alien to computer)

PDF file icon Forbidden world (1982) by Wikipedia (93.0 K, 3 pages).

Mind link (human to human)

PDF file icon Donovan’s brain (1953) by Wikipedia (67.7 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Listening (2015) by www.HollywoodReporter.com (217.4 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Pacific rim (2013) by Wikipedia (417.8 K, 20 pages).

Mind link (human to computer)

PDF file icon Accel world TV series (2012) by Wikipedia (211.6 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon Brainscan (1994) by Wikipedia (70.8 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Cowboys & aliens (2011) by Wikipedia (262.5 K, 11 pages).

PDF file icon Darkdrive (1997) by Wikipedia (27.1 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Digital man (1994) by www.moria.co.nz (63.3 K, 2 pages). They fight against virtual attackers. There’s also a scene with electronic harassment: they use a device to confuse someone who wants to complain.

PDF file icon Nirvana (1997) by Wikipedia (73.8 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon TekWar TV series (1994-1996) by Wikipedia (552.4 K, 20 pages). There were 4 TV movies in 1994 followed by a TV series of 18 episodes.

PDF file icon The call up (2016) by Wikipedia (58.1 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Virtual nightmare (2000) by Wikipedia, www.BetaFilm.com (1.2 MB, 15 pages).

PDF file icon Virtual revolution (2016) by Wikipedia, www.culturopoing.com (193.2 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon World builder (2007) by Wikipedia (30.7 K, 2 pages).

RoboCop film series

PDF file icon RoboCop (1987) by Wikipedia (148.2 K, 11 pages).

PDF file icon RoboCop 2 (1990) by Wikipedia (208.3 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon RoboCop 3 (1993) by Wikipedia (137.7 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon RoboCop (2014) by Wikipedia (139.1 K, 8 pages).

Mind link (human to alien)

PDF file icon Death from above (2011) by Wikipedia, www.BZFilm.com (214.3 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Max Steel (2016) by Wikipedia (94.4 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The puppet masters (1994) by Wikipedia (67.7 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The tingler (1959) by Wikipedia (142.8 K, 6 pages).

Starship troopers film series

The Brains are the dominant bug species. They are in telepathic contact. They can contact humans telepathically. They can make a human’s head explode by screaming.

PDF file icon Starship troopers (1997) by Wikipedia (153.0 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon Starship troopers 2: hero of the federation (2004) by Wikipedia (140.2 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Starship troopers 3: marauder (2008) by Wikipedia (109.5 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Starship troopers 4: invasion (2012) by Wikipedia (269.9 K, 4 pages).

Mind transfer

In mind transfer the mind is treated as a sort of software which can be moved from one harddisk to another.

Contents

  1. Mind transfer (alien to human)
  2. Mind transfer (computer to human)
  3. Mind transfer (human to human)
  4. Mind transfer (human to computer)
  5. Mind transfer (human to alien)

Mind transfer (alien to human)

PDF file icon Choker (2005) by Wikipedia (87.6 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Final days of planet Earth (2006) by Wikipedia (82.4 K, 2 pages). This is a miniseries in 2 parts.

PDF file icon Invasion of the body snatchers (1956) by Wikipedia (198.3 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon Invasion of the body snatchers (1978) by Wikipedia (129.9 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon The dark side of the Moon (1990) by Wikipedia (75.6 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The invaders (1995) by Wikipedia, www.SciFiFreakSite.com (84.3 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Tracker TV series (2001-2002) by Wikipedia, www.ShaneMarais.net (318.1 K, 5 pages).

Mind transfer (computer to human)

PDF file icon Natural city (2003) by Wikipedia, ReviewsFromTheAbyss.WordPress.com (534.2 K, 5 pages). When I watched this movie, it was called “Bloody city” and I couldn’t find any description. Then I searched for “Yoo Ji-tae.” Then I found it.

Mind transfer (human to human)

PDF file icon Extracted (2012) by Wikipedia (51.9 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Self/less (2015) by Wikipedia (90.8 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The cell (2000) by Wikipedia (73.3 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Transfer (2010) by Richard Scheib (45.7 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Weaponized (2015) by www.HooplaDigital.com (291.6 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon XChange (2000) by Wikipedia (51.7 K, 1 page).

Mind transfer (human to computer)

PDF file icon Android cop (2014) by Wikipedia (86.1 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Arcade (1993) by Wikipedia (54.8 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Avalon (2001) by Wikipedia (243.7 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Code Lyoko TV series (2003-2007) by Wikipedia (137.2 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon Cyberjack (1995) by www.WipFilms.net (164.2 K, 2 pages). A terrorist wants to download a virus into a chip in his brain. This will allow him to control all electronic systems.

PDF file icon Debug (2014) by Wikipedia (52.7 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Hardware (1990) by Wikipedia (110.5 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Phoenix (1995) by www.mondo-esoterica.net (282.2 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Ra.One (2011) by Wikipedia (325.9 K, 22 pages).

PDF file icon Resurrection of the little match girl (2002) by Wikipedia (116.2 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Super force TV series (1990-1992) by Wikipedia, www.TVAcres.com (153.1 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Sword art online TV series (2012) by Wikipedia (364.8 K, 11 pages).

PDF file icon The animatrix (2003) by Wikipedia (249.0 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon The creation of the humanoids (1962) by Wikipedia (138.5 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon The thirteenth floor (1999) by Wikipedia (77.3 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The zero theorem (2013) by Wikipedia (113.3 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon Transcendence (2014) by Wikipedia (115.5 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon Virtuosity (1995) by Wikipedia (69.8 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon World on a wire (1973) by Wikipedia (81.7 K, 3 pages).

Lawnmower man film series

PDF file icon The lawnmower man (1992) by Wikipedia (89.9 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Lawnmower man 2: beyond cyberspace (1996) by Wikipedia (69.0 K, 3 pages).

ReBoot film series

PDF file icon ReBoot: daemon rising (2001) by Wikipedia (41.2 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon ReBoot: my two Bobs (2001) by Wikipedia (41.4 K, 2 pages).

The matrix film series

PDF file icon The matrix (1999) by Wikipedia (237.1 K, 19 pages).

PDF file icon The matrix reloaded (2003) by Wikipedia (104.3 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon The matrix revolutions (2003) by Wikipedia (95.8 K, 5 pages).

Tron film series

PDF file icon Tron (1982) by Wikipedia (130.9 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon Tron legacy (2010) by Wikipedia (493.6 K, 23 pages).

Mind transfer (human to alien)

PDF file icon Avatar (2009) by Wikipedia (561.7 K, 34 pages).

PDF file icon Fiend without a face (1958) by Wikipedia (149.6 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon The borrower (1991) by Wikipedia (101.4 K, 2 pages). A convicted alien is punished by being devolved to a primitive human and sent to the savage planet Earth. Frequently his head becomes unstable. Then he needs to borrow someone’s head. He also borrows some personality traits from this head.

Gang stalking

PDF file icon Dark water (2002) by Wikipedia (165.4 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Dark water (2005) by Wikipedia (68.1 K, 3 pages). Dark water with Jennifer Connelly (2005, 107 minutes) (theatre version) and (2005, 103 minutes) (DVD version). This movie was rated the best horror movie of 2005. It’s about gang stalking because of a hostile divorce. Kyle moves to New Jersey because his girlfriend lives there. But, Dahlia moves with their daughter Cecilia to New York. So it becomes more difficult for Kyle to see his daughter, so he sues her. He actually pays stalkers to make her appear insane (you see this in scene 1:05:08, see the picture) so she will appear unfit to raise the child and lose the trial. But, it’s a spooky building. They don’t say it directly, but probably an abandoned girl was murdered by the landlord and his helper, and they dumped her in the water reservoir on top of the building. Then strange things happen by leaking water. So it’s never clear whether the perps are behind it, or could it be the spirit of the dead girl. Also, they start to hear voices, see the dead girl, there’s remote body control. You see also that Kyle follows the child to school, and then it happens there too. So the spooky things are caused by Kyle. Also, when Dahlia has migraines, you hear the sound of ultrasound scans. These are references to electronic harassment. But you’re never sure what is behind it.

Kyle pays the gang stalkers
In Dark water (2005) you can see a perp who pays a few stalkers.

PDF file icon John Doe: vigilante (2014) by Wikipedia (50.7 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Les naufragés de la terre perdue (2011) by www.nerdalors.fr (437.0 K, 3 pages). There’s a strange harassment with speakers that are placed on the island. It’s a strange type of gang stalking which is completely automated.

PDF file icon Stalker TV series (2014-2015) by Wikipedia (121.8 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon Straw dogs (1971) by Wikipedia (109.2 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Straw dogs (2011) by Wikipedia (91.3 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The dead and the damned 2 (2014) by Wikipedia (44.4 K, 2 pages). This movie contains a televized confession of a representative of the government: the army had designed it to reduce the population of Africa and then it went out of control. As a victim of gang stalking, you will surely replace “virus” with “gang stalking” in this confession.

PDF file icon We need to talk about Kevin (2011) by Wikipedia (100.1 K, 7 pages).

Future force film series

Future force COPS citizen operated police systems
In Future force (1989) the police are replaced with bounty hunters. “You have committed a crime and found guilty. You have the right to die. If you choose to relinquish that right then you will be arrested and imprisoned.”

PDF file icon Future force (1989) by Wikipedia (84.3 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Future zone (1990) by Wikipedia (33.8 K, 2 pages).

Mind control

PDF file icon Devil girl from Mars (1954) by Wikipedia (106.9 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Invasion day (2013) by www.entert1.nl (68.2 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) by Wikipedia (110.3 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Not of this Earth (1957) by Wikipedia (125.3 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Old boy (2003) by Wikipedia (366.0 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Old boy (2013) by Wikipedia (101.8 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon Psychic killer (1975) by Wikipedia (76.0 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Re-Animator (1985) by Wikipedia (135.2 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon Remote control (1988) by Wikipedia (32.2 K, 1 page).

Remote control movie with Kevin Dillon
In Remote control (1988) people are hypnotized by a retro science fiction movie. Then they see themselves in the movie and commit murder.

PDF file icon Salt (2010) by Wikipedia (201.0 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon The Darwin Conspiracy (1999) by www.TheMovieScene.co.uk (654.7 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon The day the Earth stood still (2008) by Wikipedia (182.4 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon The human duplicators (1965) by Wikipedia (84.7 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon The invasion (2007) by Wikipedia (110.1 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon The Manchurian candidate (1962) by Wikipedia (211.2 K, 5 pages). This movie from 1962 was based on the novel from 1959. Some actors confirmed in interviews that everyone who was involved in the production had researched the subject, and that they did this because they wanted to expose it.

PDF file icon The psychotronic man (1980) by Wikipedia (48.8 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon The video dead (1987) by Wikipedia (97.2 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Timebomb (1991) by Wikipedia (77.1 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Unstoppable (2004) by Wikipedia (84.4 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Village of the Damned (1960) by Wikipedia (122.5 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Village of the Damned (1995) by Wikipedia (87.5 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Winter sonata TV series (2002) by Wikipedia (400.3 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon X-men film series (2000-2016) by Wikipedia (202.4 K, 14 pages).

Scanner film series

PDF file icon Scanners (1981) by Wikipedia (114.5 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Scanners 2 (1991) by Wikipedia (89.9 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Scanners 3 (1992) by Wikipedia (67.3 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Scanner cop (1994) by Wikipedia (64.2 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Scanner cop 2 (1995) by Wikipedia (62.4 K, 1 page).

 

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