Alienator

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Alienator
Alienator VHS cover
VHS cover for Alienator
Directed by Fred Olen Ray
Produced by Jeffrey C. Hogue
Written by Paul Garson
Starring Jan-Michael Vincent
John Phillip Law
Ross Hagen
Dyana Ortelli
Teagan
P. J. Soles
Music by Chuck Cirino
Cinematography Gary Graver
Christopher Roth
Edited by Dan Q. Kennis
Production
company
Amazing Movies
Distributed by Image Entertainment
Prism Entertainment Corporation
Release dates
  • January 1, 1989 (1989-01-01)[1]
Running time 93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Alienator is a 1989 science fiction/action/thriller, directed by filmmaker Fred Olen Ray—the producer, director, and screenwriter of over one hundred low to medium-budget feature films in many genres—and starring Jan-Michael Vincent, star of the CBS television series Airwolf. Alienator is among several films produced by Jeffrey C. Hogue.

Plot[edit]

Kol (Ross Hagen), an alien criminal, escapes from a spaceship into the woods of an American suburb. The commander (Jan-Michael Vincent) of the spaceship dispatches The Alienator (Teagan Clive) -- a deadly female gynoid, to capture Kol (Ross Hagen). He meets up with some teenagers as they are all running from fiery death at the hands of The Alienator. She relentlessly pursues Kol and the teens through a series of action sequences and low budget special effects. Kol must face the toughest decision of his life: kill or be killed.

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DVD Release[edit]

Shout! Factory announced they would release Alienator as part of a four-film "Action-Packed Movie Marathon" DVD set on March 19, 2013.[2]

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