The Removed

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The Removed
The removed poster.jpg
Directed by David McElroy
Produced by Timothy Christian
Marc Menet
David McElroy
Written by David McElroy
Marc Menet
Starring Daniel Baldwin
Tuckie White
Alja Jackson
Music by Dave Holden
Cinematography Johnny Derango
Edited by Laura Madalinski
David McElroy
Production
company
Methodical Productions
iSoar Films
Release date
  • March 26, 2011 (2011-03-26) (Gasparilla Film Festival)[1]
Running time
95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Removed - later retitled AFTER EFFECT - is a 2013 psychological thriller film directed by David McElroy and starring Daniel Baldwin, Tuckie White, and singer Alja Jackson.

Plot summary[edit]

When college students find themselves in need of cash, they sign up for what seems a simple paid research study. They soon realize their lives are in danger. Unfortunately, they've unknowingly volunteered their bodies as human collateral in an ongoing covert U.S. Military experiment to test weapons of mass destruction. They quickly try to come up with a plan to escape.

Cast[edit]

  • Daniel Baldwin as Senator Davis
  • Tuckie White as Lacie Donovan
  • Matt Lucki as Killian Morgan
  • Jake Hames as Jake
  • Alja Jackson as Keisha Jackson
  • Kristina Geddes as Riley
  • Zak Hawkins as Ty
  • Lily Hex as Amanda
  • Jeremy Kahn as Carter

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