Def-Con 4 (Blu-ray)

Directed by Paul Donovan and Digby Cook

Release Year: 1985
Running Time: 88
UPC: 7 38329 25036 2
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: English
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Cast
Lenore Zann
Maury Chaykin
Kate Lynch
Tim Choate
Kevin King
John Walsch

Crew
Directed by Paul Donovan and Digby Cook

Three astronauts, Tim Choate (The First Time, Ghost Story), Kate Lynch (Meatballs), John Walsch (Body Parts), in a secret spaceship lose all contact with the ground and observe what appears to be a nuclear exchange between the USA and Russia, basically a WW III. Two months later, the spacecraft’s guidance system is mysteriously reprogrammed, forcing the crew’s return to a vastly changed Earth. The spacecraft lands considerably off-course, on a beach in eastern Nova Scotia, Canada and they encounter “terminals” – humans crazed by disease. In the middle of the night, Howe ventures out in search of help and a way to escape. He soon encounters Vinny (Maury Chaykin - Twins, War Games, Highpoint), a survivalist who has fortified his house with barbed wire and booby-traps. Vinny effectively saves him from the “terminals”, and makes him his prisoner. Eventually, Vinny, fellow survivor J.J. (Lenore Zann - Visiting Hours, Happy Birthday to Me, American Nightmare, Murder by Phone), and Howe are captured, and taken in chains to a makeshift fortress built out of junk. In order to survive, the crew must escape to the radiation-free zones while avoiding the cannibal “terminals” and a sadistic military-school student- turned-despotic ruler. And will any of them be able to escape before a malfunctioning nuclear warhead explodes in sixty hours? Hang on tight, DEF-CON 4 is a sci-fi survival thriller that will leave you breathless.


Blu-ray Extras Include:

Brand New HD Master

NEW Interview with Composer Chris Young

Newly Commissioned Art

Limited Edition Slipcase

Theatrical Trailer

Optional English Subtitles


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