4 February 2017 | shawnblackman
A man goes through an ordeal of losing his wife to cancer and takes solace in a bottle. Brad Dourif plays a demented doctor who decides to help him fight his addiction using unorthodox methods. These methods involve cutting him open and planting the latest mind control equipment. His therapy is simple, if he drinks he'll blackout and wake up next to a dead body that he murdered (he's usually provided with a video of him doing it). If he doesn't drink he'll be fine of course, but that never is the case.
Dourif does a good job with the script he was given but it is a weak script. Most of it does seem far fetched but to each his own. It did remind me of Chop (2011) where the guy would wake up every morning with some body part cut off.
This film did have a couple of scenes where a punch type tool was inserted behind the eye and tapped into the brain. I did get a slight headache from that one.