|Directed by||Anthony Hickox|
|Produced by||Tracee Stanley|
|Written by||Bill Gucwa, Ed Masterson|
|Music by||David Wurst Eric Wurst|
|Edited by||Brett Hedlund|
|Distributed by||Phoenician Entertainment Franchise Pictures|
|Release date(s)||September 10, 1999 (USA) (HBO)|
|Running time||95 minutes.|
Storm Catcher is a 1999 thriller movie. It was directed by Anthony Hickox and stars Dolph Lundgren and Mystro Clark. It tells the story of a renegade general who plans to bomb Washington with a new jet called the Storm Catcher.
While Holloway's mentor, General William Jacobs (Robert Miano), keeps FBI agents Lock (Anthony Hickox) and Load (Kimberly Davies) from snooping into his pet project, Holloway and Sparks enjoy some R&R with Holloway's wife Jessica (Kylie Bax) and daughter Nicole (Yvonne Zima).
It turns out Lucas is an operative for an intra-military right-wing group and, temporarily assuming Holloway's identity, he steals the Phoenix. Branded a pariah, Holloway not only gets court-martialed but he's also nearly obliterated when his prison transport is ambushed.
Holloway, determined to clear his name, escapes. After he touches base with his family, extremist soldiers shoot Jessica and later kidnap Nicole.
No sooner does Sparks convince Lock and Load of Holloway's innocence than Lucas guns them down and kidnaps Sparks. Jacobs tells Holloway that if he ever wants to see Nicole alive again, Holloway must bomb the White House.
- Dolph Lundgren ... Major Jack Holloway
- Mystro Clark ... Captain 'Sparks' Johnson
- Jon Pennell ... Captain Lucas (as John Pennell)
- Robert Miano ... General William Jacobs
- Yvonne Zima... Nicole Holloway
- Kylie Bax ... Jessica Holloway
- Jody Jones ... Sergeant McGarry
- Robert Glen Keith ... Sergeant Stanley
- Anthony Hickox ... Agent Load (as Tony Hickox)
- Kimberley Davies ... Agent Lock
- Rudy Mettia ... Commando
- Burt Goodman ... Old Guy
- Richard Bjork ... Bubba Pickles
- Andreea Radutoiu ... Havens
- Phil Culotta ... Commando #1
- Mark Delasandro ... Commando #2
The Storm Catcher aircraft used for filming (mostly stock shots though) was the Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk stealth jet. The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle pictured on the film's movie poster was never seen in the film.
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