Trancers is coming to Blu-ray for the first time and has been remastered with AMAZING Widescreen color correction, 5.1 surround sound.
Welcome to Angel City, 2247. Trooper Jack Deth (Tim Thomerson) is wiping out the last disciples of Whistler, who used his psychic power to 'trance' those with inferior minds, forcing them to follow his every desire. Though he’d been thought dead, he's very much alive… in the year 1985.
Whistler's master plan - kill the ancestors of the City Council. With the Council disbanded, nothing can stop him from controlling the city. And that's where Deth comes in. Jack is sent back in time, inhabiting the body of his ancestor. Just one problem: Whistler's ancestor is a police detective, and he's trancing people in 1985.
With the help of a strong-willed punk girl, Lena (Helen Hunt) he must find and protect Hap Ashby, a former baseball pitcher now living on Skid Row, and confronts Whistler.
The Trancers saga begins.
Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 16:9
Starring: Michael Stefani , Anne Seymour , Art La Fleur , Tim Thomerson , Telma Hopkins , Richard Hero , Helen Hunt
The remastered edition of Trancers
looks better than ever!
* Audio Commentary by Tim Thomserson and Charles Band
* Daniel Griffith's Trancers Featurette
* Rare Interview with Tim Thomerson, Helen Hunt, and Megan Ward
* Complete Trancers: City of Lost Angels Segment from the Pulsepounders Trilogy
* Rare Stills Gallery
* Rare Full Moon Trailers
Empire Pictures Presents A Charles Band Production “TRANCERS”
Starring Tim Thomerson Helen Hunt Michael Stefani Art La Fleur Telma Hopkins
Richard Hero as Spencer and Anne Seymour as Ashe
Director Of Photography Mac Ahlberg
Associate Producer Debra Dion
Special Effects And Makeup Fabrication by Mechanical and Makeup Imageries, Inc.
Special Effects Makeup Designed by John Buechler
Rotoscoping Effects Animation by Tony Alderson
Photographic Optical Effects by Gregory W. Van Der Veer
Music Supervision by Richard Band
Music Composed by Mark Ryder & Phil Davies
Written by Paul De Meo and Danny Bilson
Produced and Directed By Charles Band