- Directed by Scott J. Wallace
- Starring Richard Avey, Tracy Charlton, Charles Coplin, Kim Hyde
- Written by Jay Amin, Ted Chalmers
Brain Fix (1993) -- A super brain-scanning, brain-draining, brain-smashing membrane of a movie! Jeff, the son of black-listed Professor P. Fued, sets out to spend summer working at his father's clinic in a remote part of Mexico. Dr. Fued believes he has mastered a new method of curing acute schizophrenia by implanting euphoric living enzymes known as 'Paratosas' into his patient's brains. The clinic is full of oddball mentally ill victims who ought to be nervous: Fued has supervised 189 insertion operations without success. However, there are hundreds of Paratosas swimming happily in Fued's cauldron and no apparent shortage of brains. There's still time to get out.
When Jeff sneaks into an unauthorised area and witnesses his father perform an operation, he is appalled, sickened - and discovered. He learns that both he and an apparently normal patient Molly, whom he's fallen in love with, are next on the implant agenda! Dr Fued's mental condition gradually deteriorates - wouldn't yours with a slimey six-inch parasite dining out on your brain cells? - and his victims decide, with a little brain-power, to save the day. Well, possibly...
Brain Fix DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 7/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.