Nemesis 4: Death Angel
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|Nemesis 4: Death Angel|
|Directed by||Albert Pyun|
|Produced by||Tom Karnowski
|Written by||Albert Pyun|
|Music by||Anthony Riparetti|
|Edited by||Ken Morrisey|
|Distributed by||Imperial Entertainment Corporation|
|December 23, 1996 (Germany)
April 25, 1997 (Japan)
April 27, 1999 (USA)
Nemesis 4: Death Angel, also known as Nemesis 4 and Cry Of Angels: Nemesis 4, is a low-budget 1996 science fiction film by director Albert Pyun, who also directed the previous installments in the series. It is the sequel to Nemesis 3: Prey Harder as is the fourth installment in the Nemesis film series.
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