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Director: Charles Band Run Time: 76 min. Format: 35mm Rating: PG 13 Release Year: 1984

Starring: Tim Thomerson, Helen Hunt, Michael Stefani, Art LaFleur, Telma Hopkins, Richard Herd

Film courtesy of Full Moon Features and the American Genre Film Archive
Print courtesy of Chicago Film Society

“A slice of history caught in amber, from a time when B-movie filmmakers tried to please their audience above all else.” – BLOODY DISGUSTING

Tim Thomerson (Dollman; Zone Troopers) thunders into his iconic role of time-traveling bounty cop Jack Deth in this sizzling slab of straight-up psychic sci-fiyahhh. The year is 2247 A.D! When Deth learns that a mind-controlling madman has whipped back three centuries to the mid-1980s, he shatters the time barrier to bring him back, dead or alive. But what Deth isn’t counting on is an army of obstacles including laser assassins, a drunk in a Santa suit, and a crew of knuckle-dragging punks listening to a hardcore version of “Jingle Bells!” Yep, it’s a Christmas movie, the most harrowingly hectic holiday blast of them all. With a young Helen Hunt (Twister) as Deth’s 20th century new wave partner, it’s a ten-fisted neonized post-nuke noir that will enslave your brain while you party like it’s 1985!

 

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