Tell Me How I Die

Synopsis: When a group of college students take part in a clinical drug trial, an unexpected side effect of the experimental medicine gives them terrifying visions of their own deaths...which begin to come true. As they scramble to escape their fate, they discover that the killer is among them and shares their ability to see the future - only he seems to be one step ahead of their efforts to survive.
Genre: Thriller
 
IMDB:
5.0
NOT RATED
Year:
2016
107 min
5 Views

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Life, is mankind's

most precious resource.

It's the one thing that

every living creature

on this earth wants

more than anything else.

Now, the primary purpose

of medical science

has always been to

heal, to extend life.

But, what about improving

the life we have?

Shouldn't that receive just

as much attention and effort?

We are stimulus response

creatures at our core.

We do something that makes us feel

good, we want to do it again.

We do something that makes us

feel bad and we want to avoid it.

But, when the memory of these feelings

fade, especially the good ones,

we have to seek out this

stimulus all over again.

Like some drug addict

looking for another fix.

But what if we could

change all that?

What if you could

not only remember

the first time you fell in love, but

re-experience it in full sensory detail.

As if it was happening

all over again.

A revolutionary new

memory enhancement formula

from Hallorann

pharmaceuticals is about

to make that dream a reality.

Memory increases of up to 300%

have been recorded in

85% of all test subjects.

And not mere static memory, no.

Full memory recall.

Sight, smell,

taste, touch, sound.

With a9913, we can relive

our finest moments

any time we want.

It's instant access

to unlimited joy.

Now, how's that

for improving life?

Dr. Jerum, thank you for coming.

Did you enjoy the presentation?

It was entertaining.

Walk with me.

I understand your

position doctor

that as a man of science

you prefer to focus

on the details of

your work rather than

the big picture.

But where is Dr.

Rasmussen by the way?

I asked him to be here as well.

We aren't social.

You are one of the most

brilliant researchers

in your field and the

progress you've made

on a9913 is nothing

short of miraculous.

But the board doesn't

understand the ebb and flow

of scientific discovery.

They require results.

And well, testing

on the new compound

has been quite promising.

Hypothalamus stimulation

has been greatly improved.

Mortality rates stabilized

and side effects

have been reduced to

a reasonable level.

None of which will

matter to the FDA

unless they're supported

by more human trials.

The results from

this weekends study

will be ready to

submit to the FDA.

Good.

Don't let me down doctor.

In fact, don't

let humanity down.

How ya been?

All right.

Coming to beg tom

for your job back?

Didn't you hear?

I won the lottery!

Yeah I bought this place.

You work for me now.

Well, then I need a raise asap.

Not after I caught you

giving away free beer.

All right boss lady.

Tell me what my next

customer's gonna order.

Pi colada.

All right.

Hi, can I get like a pi colada?

Sorry, we don't have a blender.

Maybe a daiquiri?

Still no blender.

But why don't you go down there

and check out our specialty.

Let me know.

How 'bout this guy?

Ooh, Manhattan and a fake ID.

Excuse me.

Hey.

Hey man.

Do you have a Manhattan?

A Manhattan?

Yeah.

Do you have a real ID I can see?

Well at least you still

haven't lost your touch.

I have a gift.

Only if it would help

me get another job.

How about this guy?

Mind erasers.

Hey man, that

girl's pretty wasted.

Can you call her a cab?

Yeah, what's her name?

I didn't ask, I'll go check.

What was that?

What?

That cute little look.

Look, I came here to ask

if you know of anyone hiring.

Do you have an idea or not?

Actually yeah.

There's this.

Buddy of mines done

it a couple of times.

Says it's easy money.

Unless you really wanna

beg for your job back.

I'd rather sell

my body to science.

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James Hibberd

James Hibberd (born 19 April 1981 in Southampton, Hampshire) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and bowled medium-fast. Hibberd made his debut for the Hampshire Cricket Board in the 38-County Cup during the 2000 season, playing his first match against Dorset. He played three matches during the competition, top-scoring with 24 runs. Hibberd made a single List-A appearance for the Hampshire Cricket Board against the Kent Cricket Board during the 2001 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy. He did not bat or bowl in the match which, having been extended to two days after a wash-out on the first day, had to be settled by a bowl-out. Hibberd made three appearances in the same competition for Wiltshire, his debut for the side coming in August 2002, against Hampshire Cricket Board. His final List-A match came against Kent in the 2005 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy. In four List A matches, he scored 27 runs in three innings, including an innings high of 26 runs in his first innings. He bowled 25 overs in List-A cricket, taking 7 wickets and conceding 80 runs, including a best bowling performance of 4-48 in his debut match. more…

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