Timelock (film)

Timelock
Timelock is a science fiction film of 1996 directed by Robert Munic, starring Maryam d'Abo.wikipedia
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Robert Munic

Timelock is a science fiction film of 1996 directed by Robert Munic, starring Maryam d'Abo.

Maryam d'Abo

Timelock is a science fiction film of 1996 directed by Robert Munic, starring Maryam d'Abo.
She appeared in the 1994 film The Browning Version and starred in Timelock (1996).

Arye Gross

However, she proves hard to kill and teams up with a petty thief and computer hacker, Riley (Arye Gross), who has been delivered to Alpha 4 by mistake, to fight McMasters for survival.

Joey Dedio

He later appeared in Sunset Beach and guest starred on Law & Order and Chicago Hope. In theatres, he appeared in off Broadway productions like SoHo Reps Skin and workshopped for Joe Pintauro's Broadway bound The Dead Boy. He has appeared in over fifteen films including L.A. Rules, Somewhere in the City, Where the Day Takes You, Timelock (1996), The Last Great Ride, Queenie in Love, A Good Night to Die, Strays

Ira Heiden

Ira's other film roles include the 1988 film Elvira: Mistress of the Dark and until The Trouble with the Truth (2011) his most recent film was Timelock (1996).

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Timelock is a science fiction film of 1996 directed by Robert Munic, starring Maryam d'Abo.

Cryonics

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Dangerous criminals from Earth are kept at Alpha 4, a penal colony on an asteroid, in cryonic suspension.

Jeff Speakman

There is chaos when the computer system is hit with a virus, and the men in storage wake up and gain control of the complex, led by McMasters (Jeff Speakman).