And the "brain" pictured here is smaller. Younger...
"Mister E." is doing fine.
displaying the haunted face of Edward. Clearly, the boy is
in some kind of catatonic state.
Did we go sailing?
Almost. Mocky-Lock showed up.
"Mocky-Lock is the bogeyman, Mocky-Lock
wants me where I am."
Mocky-Lock is a pain in the ass.
Henry communicates with them via the intercom.
Where did that come from again?
A nursery rhyme.
examines the boy's eyes... An emotionless void, oddly
Nursery rhymes, fairy tales, the
bogeyman... All preparation for the
horrors of the real world.
Anybody hungry? I'm hungry...
in the corridor.
Edward's parents are here.
We can see it in Catherine's face - this isn't good news.
The Cell (2000)
Synopsis: "The Cell" takes a shocking, riveting mind trip into the dark and dangerous corridors of a serial killer's psyche -- a psyche that holds the key to saving the killer's final, trapped victim who remains alive. Making this journey into the recesses of a killer's nightmarish fantasy world is Catherine Deane, a psychologist who has been experimenting with a radical new therapy. Through a new transcendental science, Catherine can experience what is happening in another person's unconscious mind.