Brainscan is a 1994 teen horror/black comedy movie which combines elements of science-fiction sub-genres (such as cyberpunk) with traditional horror sub-genres (such as slasher film). It tells the story of Michael (Edward Furlong), a teenager and high school student, who tries to fight with a murderous videogame "Brainscan" and it's character The Trickster (T. Ryder Smith) while being suspected by police detective (Frank Langella) to be a real murderer.
The film gained cult following because of visuals and ideas and being a unique period piece. It's known especially in rave/electronic music circles (despite film's soundtrack is composed of grunge and hard rock) and cyberpunk fandom.
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!
The following weapons are seen in the movie Brainscan:
Smith & Wesson Model 15 Snub
One of the posse members is armed with black SIG-Sauer P226.
Umarex GPDA (Browning BDA replica)
Winchester Model 70
Another posse member wields Winchester Model 70.
While leading the posse, Frank (Vlasta Vrana) wields an unknown shotgun.
Uniformed cop has an unknown holstered gun.