Aftershock (1990 film)
Director Frank Harris
Screenplay Michael Standing
Country United States
Genre Action, Sci-Fi
Music director Bob Mamet, Kevin Klingler
Writer Michael Standing
|Release date April 7, 1990 (1990-04-07)|
Cast John Saxon (Oliver Quinn), Russ Tamblyn (Hank Franklin), Christopher Mitchum (Col. Slater), James Lew (Mr. James)
Similar movies Def-Con 4 (1985), On the Beach (1959), Six-String Samurai (1998), Invasion USA (1952), Steel Dawn (1987)
Tagline In the future, the only law is force and the only hope comes from beyond the stars
Freedom fighters (Jay Roberts Jr., Christopher Mitchum) befriend an alien beauty (Elizabeth Kaitan) hunted by the regime on post-World War III Earth.
Aftershock is a 1990 action/science fiction film directed by Frank Harris, written by Michael Standing, starring James Lew and Michael Standing. It was distributed through Universal Pictures.
An alien visits Earth during World War III, learns English by absorbing a dictionary, and meets good and bad earthlings.
An alien (Elizabeth Kaitan) visits Earth during World War III.
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