Trancers 6: Life After Deth finds Jack Deth conscripted once again to go down the line and take out some Trancers except this time, he lands in the body of his daughter, the one he had with Lena and the one whom she lied about. Arriving there, ‘Jo’ Deth takes care of business and decides to stay in the past until every last Trancer is dead.
Suffice it to say, this movie was both unneeded and completely terrible. Tim Thomerson does not star in the film whatsoever except in a quick video feed flashback which in itself is quite hilarious as it was cut together from the various movies. Instead the picture would star Zette Sullivan as Deth and she had little of the charisma and ability that Thomerson would bring to the role over the past five movies. There is such a low budget to this film, that the special effects are laughable and when all is said and done and when factoring in the poor script and bad acting and the movie is one of those that reside in that ‘so bad it’s good’ category.
None of the magic that was present in any of those previous Trancers films is present here and it is not even worth recommending, even to fans of the series or those that love what Full Moon does. The movie is bad, but knowing that going in, it almost makes it palatable. Almost.
1 out of 5