Theatrical poster for Death Dimension (1978)
|Directed by||Al Adamson|
|Produced by||Gary Graver|
|Written by||Harry Hope|
|Music by||Chuck Ransdell|
|Edited by||Dan Seeger|
Death Dimension (also known as Death Dimensions, Freeze Bomb, Icy Death, The Kill Factor, and Black Eliminator) is a 1978 American B-list action and martial arts film by Al Adamson starring Jim Kelly, Harold Sakata, George Lazenby, Terry Moore, and Aldo Ray.
The story is about a scientist, Dr. Mason (T.E. Foreman), who invents a powerful freezing bomb for a gangster leader nicknamed "The Pig" (Sakata). Mason changes his mind and kills himself in order to not let his secret fall into the hands of the Pig. The scientist's assistant Felicia (Patch Mackenzie) runs away with the plans embedded in a microchip in her forehead, but is chased by the gangster's henchmen. The local police chief, Capt. Gallagher (Lazenby), gets put on the case and assigns an investigator, martial arts expert Detective Ash (Kelly).
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