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In a futuristic USA, it's forbidden to give birth to more than one child for each woman. As usual, you can escape to Mexico to avoid the authorities in USA, which is exactly what John and Karen Brennick were trying to do when Karen is pregnant with her second child (their first child was born dead). When they think they have made it they are discovered and put to prison (for 31 years), a modern prison called the "Fortress" where the prisoners are controlled by lasers, neutron-cannons, cameras, mind-scanners and electronic pain-causing devices in their stomachs. With those odds, John still plans to escape with his wife.
A Prison of the Future. A High-Tech Hell. Built to Hold Anything... Except an Innocent Man.
Release Date: September 03, 1993
Runtime: 95 mins
All Genres: Action, Sci-Fi
Country: Australia, USA
Sound: Dolby SR
IMDB Rating: 5.5
Buried.com Rating: 6.5 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With F
MPAA Rating: R
Christopher Lambert ...John Henry Brennick
Kurtwood Smith ...Prison Director Poe
Loryn Locklin ...Karen B. Brennick
Clifton Collins Jr. ...Nino Gomez (as Clifton Gonzalez Gonzalez)
Lincoln Kilpatrick ...Abraham
Jeffrey Combs ...D-Day, the Computer Geek
Tom Towles ...Stiggs, Maddox's Buddy
Vernon Wells ...Maddox
Carolyn Purdy Gordon ...Zed-10 (voice)
Alan Zitner ...Claustrophobic Prisoner
Denni Gordon ...Karen's Cellmate
Eric Briant Wells ...Border Guard
Dragicia Debert ...Bio Scanner Guard
Heidi Stein ...Pregnant Woman
Harry Nurmi ...Guard #1
Peter Lamb ...Guard #2
Troy Hunter ...Guard #3
Peter Marshall ...Travel Authorization Guard
Michael Simpson ...Medical Trainee
Tracy Martin ...Woman Prisoner
Annika Thomas ...Brennick as a Baby
Sam Copping ...Brennick, Age 3
Kiralee ...Dream Girl (as Kiralee)
Warwick Capper ...Braindead Prisoner
Terry Curtis Fox
"DIE KUNST DER FUGE BWV 1080"
More Movie Taglines:
- A Prison of the Future. A High-Tech Hell. Built to Hold Anything... Except an Innocent Man.
- In the year 2017 one corporation is building a fortress for the ultimate takeover... your mind.
- Prison Director Poe: Intestinate!
[repeated line] Zed-10: Shall I intestinate?
Prison Director Poe: Crime does not pay.
D-Day, the Computer Geek: [Explaining the volatile nature of the Intestinator device] It's like T.N.T on PMS.
Prison Director Poe: This is an unauthorized thought process.
- Richard E. Grant was considered for the role of Prison Director Poe, which ultimately went to Kurtwood Smith.
Director Trademark: [Stuart Gordon] [shovel] A shovel is used as a weapon.
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