2103: The Deadly Wake (1997) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
“If you sink this ship you’ll kill the world”
Malcolm McDowell (A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, TIME AFTER TIME) is the star of this gripping science-fiction saga set on the storm-tossed seas of a poisoned future world.
Ten years after losing his ship and crew, a disgraced sea captain is given a chance to redeem himself when the powerful Proxate Corporation needs a shipment of synthetic protein ferried to refugees of The Nigerian War.
Put in charge of the S.S. Lilith, a rat-infested supertanker crewed by the criminally insane, Captain Murdoch must also contend with a untrustworthy security officer (Michael Paré of THE PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT and CARVER’S GATE) and a hidden cargo of biochemical weapons capable of starting the apocalyptic 20 Minute Plague.
Attacked from above by warplanes and from within by a mutinous crew, Murdoch is also brought face-to-face with an android killing machine whose objective is to send the Lilith to the nearest land… 1,000 meters straight down!
This WorldFest award-winning film also features Heidi von Palleske (David Cronenberg’s DEAD RINGERS, George Romero’s LAND OF THE DEAD) and Gwynyth Walsh (BLUE MONKEY, STAR TREK GENERATIONS). Directed by Philip Jackson (REPLIKATOR).
About 2103: The Deadly Wake (1997)
Starring: Malcolm McDowell Michael Pare
Runtime: 100 minutes