In a return to the groundbreaking original film's premise, Jack Deth is back - traveling back in time and into the body of his own daughter, Josephine, on a mission to save her life and save the world from the most lethal Trancers yet. Jack/Jo must adapt and survive being a girl while avoiding many assassination attempts by more powerful and dangerous zombie-like Trancers than he's ever faced before in the series. With his new friends, his new enemies and a new female hero are set to take Trancers into the next century for both the planet and Full Moon Pictures. Written by
Same Attitude. Different Sex.
23 July 2002 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Trancers 6: Life After Deth
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Tim Thomerson visited the set occasionally to consult actress Zette Sullivan on playing Jack/Jo before shooting. His advice was to watch movies with Steve McQueen and act like him, only "more pissed off." See more
When Jack arrives in his daughter's body, s/he searches her apartment for something to drink to clear his head. He looks in the fridge and laments that there is nothing but carrot juice - but visible in the upper left-hand corner of the fridge is a box of red wine. See more
I've always figured the only jobs worth doing were the jobs worth dying for. That's not for everybody, especially not my kid. Scumbags are looking for her now, so I've got to stay right here to strike at them first. My name's Jack - Jo Deth, and I'm a trancer hunter. As I look out on the sea of faces around me, I wonder how many of them are regular folks, and how many of them are ready to trance out. My job is to find out. Trancers: not really alive, not dead enough, until I'm ...