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Border Patrol (2000)

PG-13 | | Sci-Fi | TV Movie
A private detective stumbles into limbo - and is shocked to find it inhabited by dead criminals trying to make it back to the land of the living, with hard-working detectives trying to stop... See full summary »

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Mark Haber
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael DeLorenzo ... Det. Freddie Chavez
Clayton Rohner ... Cal Newman
Lewis Fitz-Gerald ... Dr. Roderick Helms
Mary Elkins Mary Elkins ... Janet Helms
Bianca Nacson Bianca Nacson ... Maureen Ryder
Anthony Brandon Wong ... Capt. Takeyama (as Anthony Wong)
Jacqueline Graham Jacqueline Graham ... Emily Wells
Tony Harvey Tony Harvey ... Hieronymous
Michael Scott Michael Scott ... Martin Eldridge
Ian Watkin Ian Watkin ... Baldy
Bob Newman Bob Newman ... Doctor
Michael Moore Michael Moore ... Wounded Man
Don Battee ... Detective Copeland (as Don Batte)
Kym Jackson ... Secretary
Tom Betts Tom Betts ... TVC Director
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A private detective stumbles into limbo - and is shocked to find it inhabited by dead criminals trying to make it back to the land of the living, with hard-working detectives trying to stop them. Accompanied by an other-worldly aid, he battles to foil the villainous plans of a particularly ghastly ghost. Written by Horror Channel

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Sci-Fi

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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »
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Country:

Australia | USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

En quête d'âmes See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Dr. Helms: You don't bring a gun to a fight like this. You bring God, or the Devil Himself.
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Why oh why did Paramount hide this gem?
4 January 2003 | by ChristianZaneSee all my reviews

This was a really cool movie I saw on Paramount's TV station here in Ohio, there was no advertising, no print ads, no nothing but a few teaser clips a few days before. I would have to agree with the earlier comment about why there is no more information about this movie on IMDB. The movie was very original in many aspects, including all the wacky/split screen speed-ramping etc editing and directing, the wise baby who projects his image on a movie screen as an adult, the clothes and garb and cars and technology in the Underworld, and that sweet music soundtrack from Patrick O'Hearn. The acting was pretty good but sometimes not. The script was surprisingly fresh for the ubiquitous sci-fi genre. So you never see movies directed and edited and scored like this anymore, I'm surprised it was buried in the Paramount publicity department's trashcan. They should make a TV series out of it.


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