Caitlin Grey (foenix) wrote,
Caitlin Grey

Astral Projectionist Booth

Getting Trisk back on track, and for the 13th, I've taken a look at an unknown flick starring Frank Ashmore, best known for his role in the original V movies and series, and slightly lesser known for his role in Parts: the Clonus Horror.

In this one, The Astral Factor, he plays a killer who discovers off camera, the ability to use the hidden potential of his brain to turn invisible.  Which he then uses to escape from his cell and continue his murder spree.

Is it something that should remain unseen and unknown?


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