Directed by Louis Morneau
M. Emmet Walsh
Robbie Thibaut Jr.
If you could leap back in time and change the past, would you? If you did, could you face the consequences? A young woman comes face to face with these tantalizing questions in this action-packed sci-fi thriller starring James Belushi (Red Heat), Kylie Travis (Sanctuary), M. Emmet Walsh (Blood Simple) and Frank Whaley (Career Opportunities). Exploding with breathtaking special effects and startling twists and turns, this full-throttle adventure pushes the envelope for cutting-edge excitement. Karen (Travis) is a beautiful hostage negotiator trying to escape a tragic past. But her desperate flight leads to an even greater horror when she finds herself stranded on a deserted highway and at the mercy of a violent psychopath who commits a brutal murder right before her eyes. But this time, Karen gets a second chance… stumbling upon an isolated research center, she meets a brilliant young scientist and discovers a top-secret device that gives her the opportunity to stop the savage rampage before it begins. Stylishly directed by Louis Morneau (Soldier Boyz).
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