Debug (2014) 1080p YIFY Movie

Debug (2014) 1080p

Debug is a movie starring Tenika Davis, Jason Momoa, and Adrian Holmes. Six young computer hackers, sent to work on a derelict spaceship, are forced to match wits with a vengeful artificial intelligence that would kill to be human.

IMDB: 4.31 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Sci-Fi
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.64G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 86
  • IMDB Rating: 4.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Debug (2014) 1080p

Six young computer hackers, sent to work on a derelict spaceship, are forced to match wits with a vengeful artificial intelligence that would kill to be human.


The Director and Players for Debug (2014) 1080p

[Role:]Kjartan Hewitt
[Role:Director]David Hewlett
[Role:]Tenika Davis
[Role:]Jason Momoa
[Role:]Adrian Holmes


The Reviews for Debug (2014) 1080p


Silly but fun movieReviewed bykosmaspVote: 6/10

Though fun might not be the right word for it. Still if you have a thing for Science Fiction movies and do not mind, if they are low budget and filled with some gore and plenty of action. It also features very bad character decision and some questionable acting. But it's all in the fun of it (if you're having it, that is).

Actually the set design is not that bad for the money had. The blood and general special effects are more than decent too. You can see where this is going (in contrast to some of the characters and their very poor choices, but then again, they were criminals, more or less), so no surprises there. But the movie is done nicely and it is entertaining most of the time

One of those movies that is good because it's kinda bad.Reviewed byJessie Kai TidwellVote: 8/10

Pop some popcorn set back and get ready for a pretty good movie. If you are bored, and want to watch something kinda funny, different, cheesy, and slightly scary... this movie is perfect for you. Sometimes we need to step back and enjoy artists doing what they do, making movies, and acting in them. There are some parts of the movie that are actually pretty startling. What this movie lacks in big budget it makes up for in a nice set, and some cute actors. Also one of the actors looks like David Henry. Also shout out for using a LGBT character in a different way! Overall this movie is pretty good, watch it tonight!I rated this film a 8!

DebugReviewed bya_baronVote: 2/10

The computer system of a spaceship develops delusions of grandeur and starts murdering the crew. Where have we heard that one before? Oh yeah, HAL 9000 in Arthur C. Clarke's "2001..." Well guess what, 2001 has come and gone, and to date only 12 men have walked on the Moon, not only in the last century but in the last Millennium.

Unsurprisingly, this story is said have been inspired by the aforementioned novel or the film based on it. Is there anything in "Debug" we haven't seen before? Not really, there is not much of a plot, nor even a side-plot, even the love interest that might be expected to develop on a spaceship where guys and gals are confined together doesn't materialise, unless one counts a bit of light banter as a love interest.

Seriously, does "Debug" have anything to offer? Well, if you like bright lights and mild special effects you might find something of interest here, but if you are a "Dr Who" fan with an IQ over 70, you can forget even that.

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