The Void (film)
|Directed by||Gilbert M. Shilton|
|Produced by||Geri Cudia Barger
Harold Lee Tichenor
|Written by||Geri Cudia Barger
Gilbert M. Shilton
|Music by||Ross Vannelli|
|Distributed by||Lions Gate Films|
|Release date(s)||United States
March 19, 2002
|Running time||90 minutes|
The Void is a 2001 American direct-to-DVD science-fiction thriller film which follows a scientist who has discovered that a man who's been attempting to solve an energy crisis has inadvertently created a black hole which, unless stopped, will swallow the world.
The film features Amanda Tapping as Prof. Eva Soderstrom, Adrian Paul as Prof. Steven Price, and Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Thomas Abernathy. Principal photography was completed in British Columbia, Canada.
Professor Eva Soderstrom (Tapping) discovers that Dr. Thomas Abernathy (McDowell), the man responsible for starting a scientific experiment which claimed the life of her father some years before, has plans to restart the experiment on a bigger scale. With only 24 hours, Eva must stop the experiment or the Earth will be destroyed.
- Amanda Tapping as Professor Eva Soderstrom
- Adrian Paul as Professor Steven Price
- Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Thomas Abernathy
- Andrew McIlroy as Oscar
- Kirsten Robek as Christine Marshall
- Michael Rivkin as Dr. Jason Lazarus
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