R | | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
Five medical students experiment with "near death" experiences, until the dark consequences of past tragedies begin to jeopardize their lives.
The picture got Oscar nominated in 1991 for an Academy Award in the category of Best Sound Effects Editing, but lost out to The Hunt for Red October (1990).
Today is a good day to die.
We see Nelson take potassium chloride from the bottle and inject it right into his arm. But the way one does it, is to draw blood from the arm into the syringe top where it mixes with the blood. Then the whole mixture is injected back into the body. A medical student would know this.