Interceptor Force 2

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IF2: Interceptor Force 2
Distributed by Sci Fi Channel
Directed by Phillip Roth
Produced by Jeffery Beach
Phillip Roth
Screenplay by Patrick Phillips
Starring Olivier Gruner
Roger R. Cross
Adrienne Wilkinson
Elizabeth Gracen
Nigel Bennett
Music by Tony Riparetti
Cinematography Todd Barron
Editing by Ken Peters
Production company Unified Film Organization
Interforce Productions
Media Entertainment GmbH
Co. 1 Filmproduktions HG
Sci Fi Pictures
Country United States
Language English
Release date
  • November 30, 2002 (2002-11-30)

IF2: Interceptor Force 2, commonly called Interceptor Force 2, is a 2002 Sci Fi Pictures science-fiction TV movie on the Sci Fi Channel. A sequel to the 1999 Sci Fi Channel telefilm Interceptor Force, it is directed by Phillip Roth, and stars Olivier Gruner, Roger R. Cross, Adrienne Wilkinson, Elizabeth Gracen and Nigel Bennett. Government-trained soldiers called the Interceptors are assigned to look at a crash site of an alien spacecraft in Russia where they find a 7-foot-tall (2.1 m) alien that can change shapes.

Plot[edit]

Over Grozny, Russia, a pair of F-16 Falcon fighter jets chase down an unidentified spacecraft moving at supersonic speeds. Within minutes, it is the F-16s that are chased and eventually blasted out of the sky by the spacecraft. Minutes later, residents report a "meteor" flying pasat the city and landing somewhere in the distant hills. Jack Weber, head of the Alpha Force, calls in Lieutenant Sean Lambert, the sole survivor of the first Alpha mission four years ago in Mexico. Lambert's entire team was killed while trying to capture a single specimen of extraterrestrial life. Now Weber wants Lambert to take a new team of interceptors into Russia to capture this new alien specimen.

Lambert and the Alpha Force fly to Grozny. The new team consists of science officer Dawn DeSilva and Special Ops soldiers Bjorn Hatch, Nathan McAllister and Adriana Sikes. They find the wreckage of the alien spacecraft outside a Russian nuclear plant. Holes blasted in the razor fencing and thick concrete walls suggest the alien is inside.

The Alpha Force enters the nuclear plant and seal off the exits, creating a trap for the alien. But then, one by one, the team is killed off by a creature that possesses a laser weapon, can change its appearance, and can also regenerate itself completely from a single piece of alien tissue. Additionally, the alien has found a way to explode all the uranium fuel rods in the nuclear plant to create a lethal radiation cloud over Europe that will quickly spread and cover the rest of the world. Lambert and the remaining Alpha Force have 60 minutes to save themselves, and the Earth, from nuclear doom.

Cast[edit]

As appearing in screen credits (main roles identified):[1]

Actor Role
Olivier Gruner Lt. Sean Lambert
Roger R. Cross Nathan McCallister
Adrienne Wilkinson Dawn DeSilvia
Elizabeth Gracen Adriana Sikes
Alex Jolig Bjorn Hatch
Eve Scheer The Woman
Nigel Bennett Jack Bavaro
Richard Gnolfo Jenkins
Hristo Shopov Commander Gorshkov
Vladimir Kolev First Officer
Maxim Gentchev Burly
Julian Vergov Rebel Leader
Georgi Borissov Dimitri
Georgi Hristov Ivanov Sergey
Alan Austin The President (voice)

Production[edit]

The film was produced by the Unified Film Organization and Interforce Productions, LLC, in association with Media Entertainment GmbH, Co. 1 Filmproduktions HG and Sci Fi Pictures.[1] Aside from the crewmembers listed in the infobox, the crew includes production designer Kes Bonnet, digital effects supervisor David Ridlen, visual effects supervisor Alvaro Villagomez, and costume designer Irene Sinclair.[1]

The original Interceptor Force (1999) had been the Sci Fi Channel's highest-rated TV-movie to that point.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c IF2: Interceptor Force 2 official site (Sci Fi Channel) . Archived from the original on February 8, 2005.
  2. ^ Huddleston, Kathie (November 25, 2002). "IF2: Interceptor Force 2: A brand new cranky shape-shifting alien pays a visit to planet Earth — and this time it's really mad" (292). Science Fiction Weekly (SciFi.com). Archived from the original on July 19, 2003. 

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