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Event Horizon (15-Aug-1997)

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson

Writer: Philip Eisner

Music by: Michael Kamen

Producers: Lawrence Gordon; Lloyd Levin; Jeremy Bolt

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror

The prototype faster-than-light spaceship Event Horizon, missing for 7 years, reappears in orbit around Neptune; a rescue ship, the Lewis and Clark, is dispatched from Earth to surreptitiously investigate. Among those aboard is Dr. Weir, designer of the ship. No signs of life are found and the rescue crew sets about repairing damage to the derelict vessel, but hallucinations and increasing paranoia lead them to believe they may not be the only ones aboard.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Laurence Fishburne
Actor
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Jason Isaacs
Actor
6-Jun-1963   Black Hawk Down
Richard T. Jones
Actor
16-Jan-1972   Bruce Van Exel on Judging Amy
Sam Neill
Actor
14-Sep-1947   Played Reilly, Ace of Spies
Jack Noseworthy
Actor
21-Dec-1969   Idle Hands
Sean Pertwee
Actor
4-Jun-1964   Equilibrium
Kathleen Quinlan
Actor
19-Nov-1954   I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
Joely Richardson
Actor
9-Jan-1965   Julia McNamara on Nip/Tuck

CAST

Laurence Fishburne   ...   Miller
Sam Neill   ...   Weir
Kathleen Quinlan   ...   Peters
Joely Richardson   ...   Starck
Richard T. Jones   ...   Cooper
Jack Noseworthy   ...   Justin
Jason Isaacs   ...   D. J.
Sean Pertwee   ...   Smith
Peter Marinker   ...   Kilpack
Holley Chant   ...   Claire
Barclay Wright   ...   Denny
Noah Huntley   ...   Burning Man
Robert Jezek   ...   Rescue Technician

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