When LLOYD, a photographer slowly dying of a brain tumor, realises the growth killing him is breathing life into the recently dead, he uses his camera lens as the conduit to reanimation. After discovering a disturbing snuff film of a beautiful naked woman being tortured and murdered, he is compelled to bring her back to life. Enchanted by her grace and charm he resurrects her night after night and gradually falls in love. However, each night Lloyd also unwittingly resurrects her killer… SHAPE.
User Reviews: The photographer of war Lloyd (Wayne Bradley) is covering the Operation Desert Storm, in the Persian Gulf, and the place is bombed by an airplane. He is hit by a fragment on his face and dies for five minutes, but he revives.
Later his doctor tells that he is terminal with a tumor since the fragment was radioactive, made of depleted uranium. He moves to another house and his girlfriend Abbey (Erin Chadwick) convinces him to photograph again. One day, Lloyd finds a snuff film hidden in a compartment below the floor with a sexy naked woman tortured by a serial-killer.
Lloyd meets the woman and he learns that her name is Victoria (Bree Robertson) and he falls in love with her. But they are stalked by her killer, Shape (Ian McPhee). Is Lloyd having visions caused by his tumor, or does he really have the power of resurrecting the torturer and his victim?
"Fragment" is a noisy and boring horror movie with a weird and ambiguous story that unfortunately does not work well. Bree Robertson is impressively sexy and repulsive in the role of a tortured woman covered on blood. I "googled" her name and she is really very hot. My vote is three.
Title (Brazil): "Renascido do Inferno" ("Reborn from Hell")
Note: On 12 October 2015 I saw this movie again.