|Directed by||Jay Woelfel|
|Produced by||Johnnie J. Young
Charles Band (executive producer)
|Written by||C. Courtney Joyner (as Gene Yarbrough)|
|Music by||Jon Greathouse|
|Edited by||Jonathan Ammon
|Distributed by||Full Moon Entertainment|
|Running time||88 min.|
Trancers 6 is a 2002 science fiction film starring Zette Sullivan, Jennifer Capo, Robert Donavan, Timothy Prindle, Jere Jon, Jennifer Cantrell, Ben Bar, James R. Hilton, Kyle O. Ingleman, Gregory Lee Kenyon and Douglas Smith. The film was directed by Jay Woelfel and produced by Johnnie J. Young of Young Wolf Productions.
In a return to the groundbreaking original film's premise, Jack Deth is back - traveling back in time and into the body of his own daughter, Josephine (Zette Sullivan), on a mission to save her life and save the world from the most lethal Trancers yet. Jack/Jo must adapt and survive, avoiding many assassination attempts by more powerful and dangerous zombie-like Trancers than he's ever faced before.
Jack Deth's appearances in his own body are done with stock footage from previous films.
Reception for the film has been overall negative, mainly due to the lack of Tim Thomerson.
- Trancers 6 Official Site
- Trancers 6 at the Internet Movie Database
- Trancers 6 at Rotten Tomatoes
- Future Cop Boxset (Future Cop 1-6) (1985-2002) Review at the Wayback Machine (archived July 22, 2011)
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