The tech horror film A.M.I. (Artificial Machine Intelligence) is now out on all major platforms from Viva Pictures in the U. S. and IndustryWorks Studios in Canada.
Coping with the loss of her mother, 17-year-old Cassie develops a mother-daughter bond with technology’s latest intelligent personal assistant. Their relationship takes a twisted turn when the Artificial Machine Intelligence begins to manipulate Cassie into committing heinous acts of murder.
The young, talented cast of A.M.I. also includes Debs Howard (“Sonic The Hedgehog”), Sam Robert Muik (CW’s “Riverdale”), Havana Guppy (Hulu’s “Shut Eye”), and Phil Granger (Syfy’s “Ghost Wars”). Bonnie Hay (TV’s “A Million Little Things”) lends her voice to A.M.I., which is eerily soothing, yet creepy. Rusty Nixon directed from the script penned by James Clayton.
In the USA, you can find A.M.I. on DIRECTV, Amazon, iTunes, and more. If you’re in Canada, check it out on iTunes, Google Play, and the Microsoft Store. But here’s a warning, you will never look at your phone the same way again.