Here we've got a computer programmer named John (Max Dixon), who's working on a virtual sex program. Tragic then that the virtual creation (Charlie Curtis) starts wreaking havoc on John's life outside the program -- that means setting off the burglar alarm at his house and, ultimately, attempting to zap his wife via the medical equipment around her while she's in the hospital.
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