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Project Shadowchaser II (1994)

Terrorists led by an android take over a nuclear plant and threaten to launch a missile at Washington. While the authorities desperately attempt to negotiate, the terrorists persue their ... See full summary »

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Frank Zagarino ...
Android
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Frank Meade
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Laurie Webber
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Ricky (as Danny Hill)
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Joe Hutton
Danny Keogh ...
John O'Hara
Jeff Fannell ...
Carl Reitman
Hal Orlandini ...
General McOwell
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Tieg
Robin Smith ...
Prine
James Whyle ...
Granger
Laura Steed ...
Red
Frank Opperman ...
Wiggs
Wilson Dunster ...
Edward Johnson
Kimberleigh Stark ...
Carla
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Terrorists led by an android take over a nuclear plant and threaten to launch a missile at Washington. While the authorities desperately attempt to negotiate, the terrorists persue their real goal. A plant worker, her son and a tough-guy repair man have other ideas, and attempt to stop the terrorists from inside the plant. Written by Rob Hartill

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Action | Sci-Fi

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R | See all certifications »
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17 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Night Siege: Project Shadowchaser II  »

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Goofs

The launch countdown timer displays 100 seconds per minute. See more »

Connections

Edited into Skeleton Man (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

Rockin 'J' Bells
Written by Arthur Egnoian (as A. Egnoian)
Performed by Little Bobby Rey
Original Sound Record Co., Inc.
Published by Drive-In Music (BMI)
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Good B Movie
15 June 2002 | by (Ko Sumei Thailand) – See all my reviews

First saw it in a rental shop in England, it looked from the video sleeve to be a terminator rip off, and so it proved to be. The film appeared to be choppy in places probably due to the version in England is heavily cut for violence I assume. Anyway the film was a passable way of spending 90 ish minutes, the guy with the blonde hair who played the android looked scary. One problem I could not believe that a human could kick a cyborg in though!


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