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Trancers 6 (2002)

Trancer hunter Jack Deth travels through time and awakens in the body of his daughter. And now he must save himself (her body) and the world from a new a deadly breed of Trancers.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Zette Sullivan ...
Josephine Forrest / Jo Deth
Jennifer Capo ...
Shauna Wilder
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Dr. Paul Malvern
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Mark
Jere Jon ...
Sam
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Hooker Jennings
Ben Bar ...
Mr. Castle
James R. Hilton ...
Dr. Jennings
Kyle O. Ingleman ...
Office Geek
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Security Guard
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Punk #1
Chad Theroux ...
Punk #2
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Punk #3
Kevin Comorre ...
Punk #4
Ivona Rocque ...
Trancer Girl #1
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Storyline

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 Wallace Entertainment

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Same Attitude. Different Sex.

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Rated R for violence and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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Full Moon ended up releasing a "rough cut" of the film at the time of release, since post-production for the film was never finished. See more »

Goofs

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 »

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Josephine Forrest: I lied about your outfit. But I still think you have a great ass.
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Follows Trancers III (1992) See more »

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So much potential - could have been so much better!
7 July 2009 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

I have to say, I was glad to see this film return to the original theme after that side trip they took in 4 and 5, but even though the basic story was good, there was so much of it that was painful to watch. First, yes, it was low budget. But by 2002 standards, with computer editing and special effects, it was about as low budget as what some college film students could do - it actually reminded me more of a sci-fi TV show than a feature film. As for Zette Sullivan's performance, maybe this was because the low budget also meant less rehearsal time, but her macho-ness was overdone - she played Jack Deth as more macho than Tim Thomerson did in the first five films (and that doesn't even take into account the assumption that someone who's gone down the line as much as he has should have at least some training in "blending in"). Although it was kind of a good start what they did in showing her out of sorts in her female body (failing miserably to put on pantyhose, feeling awkward in a skirt) they could have done more with that than they did.

On the whole, they get an A for effort in trying to bring the Trancers saga back to what it originally was. And yes, the cheap effects and staging can clearly be blamed on the budget. But oh, how I wish the director had had Zette Sullivan turn her 'maleness' down a notch!


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