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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Ronald W. Moore
Produced by John H. Best
Written by Ronald W. Moore
Edwin Neal
Gregg Unterberger
John H. Best
Starring Edwin Neal
Marilyn Burns
Gabriel Folse
Music by Robert Renfrow
Cinematography Jon H. Lewis
Edited by Leon Seith
Charles Simmons
Distributed by International Film Marketing
Release date(s) May, 1985
Running time 89 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Future-Kill is a 1985 low-budget comedy science fiction-horror film[1] about a group of frat boys who are hunted in a futuristic city by mutants. The film was directed by Ronald W. Moore,[1] and stars Edwin Neal, Marilyn Burns, and Gabriel Folse. The poster for the film was designed by renowned artist H. R. Giger.


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