CyberTracker (film)

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CyberTracker
Directed by Richard Pepin
Produced by Joseph Merhi
Richard Pepin
Written by Jacobsen Hart
Starring Don 'The Dragon' Wilson
Music by Lisa Popeil, Bill Montei
Cinematography Ken Blakey
Edited by Chris Maybach, Chris Worland
Distributed by PM Entertainment Group
Release dates
  • June 1, 1994 (1994-06-01)
Running time
91 minutes
Country United States

CyberTracker is a 1994 science fiction action film written by Jacobsen Hart and directed by Richard Pepin.[1] It stars Don 'The Dragon' Wilson as Eric Phillips. Co-stars include Richard Norton, Stacie Foster, Steve Burton, Abby Dalton, and Jim Maniaci.

The film was followed by a 1995 direct-to-video sequel, Cyber-Tracker 2, also starring Wilson, Foster, Burton, and Maniaci.

Plot synopsis[edit]

In the future (around 2015[2]), Eric Anthony Phillips is the head of the Secret Service detachment assigned to protect Senator Robert "Bob" Dilly (John Aprea). Sen. Dilly is a champion of the recently implemented Computerized Judicial System (Computerized Justice for short), a product of Cybercore Industry, that uses data as evidence to determine the guilt of accused criminals, then carries out the sentence using cyborg executioners called "Trackers" (Maniaci).

However, the more Phillips learns about Dilly and the Cybercore's ruthless plans, the more uncomfortable he becomes and he refuses to go along with the murder of a corporate spy. This leads Dilly and Cybercore to frame Phillips with the murder as they activate a Tracker to execute him. Phillips defeats the Tracker but is taken by a group of underground rebels called the Union for Human Rights (UHR). The group is secretly led by popular news journalist Connie Griffith (Foster).

While being tracked by another Tracker and Dilly's head bodyguard (Norton), Phillips and Connie are able to break into Cybercore and steal secret files revealing that Sen. Dilly is in fact a cyborg. Phillips defeats the bodyguard and yet a third Tracker and then infiltrates a press conference to shoot Dilly, publicly revealing his mechanical nature. This, along with everything else UHR has discovered, causes the Computerized Judicial System to be shut down and Cybercore to collapse.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Lisa Larosa as Ally
  • Christina Zilber as Kate (credited as Christina Naify)
  • Duchess Dale as Becca
  • G. William Keith as Moderator
  • Peter Kluge as Reporter
  • Dana Sparks as Stephanie
  • Kenneth Benjamin as Cop
  • Kevin Carr as Cooley
  • Joel Weiss as Grubb
  • Matthew David Smith as Bartender
  • Tony Lani as Protestor
  • Judy Lea as Protester (credited as Judy Lea Lani)
  • Art Camacho as Protestor
  • Jim Maniaci as The Trackers

Cameo appearance/Uncredited[edit]

  • Ryal Haakenson as Press Member
  • Jay Lasoff as Fighter
  • Craig Richards as Security Guard
  • Tim Scanlon as Fighter

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cyber Tracker". TCM database. Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved February 28, 2016. 
  2. ^ In the film, the protagonist views with nostalgia a video dated November 23, 2014 and another character states that the United States Constitution "was written over 225 years ago"

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