1991 / Director. Charles Band.
Trancers 2 boasts one of the worst movie posters I've even seen. Set six years after the first movie, Jack Death has been living a peaceful existence free of Trancers (controlled zombies). From out of nowhere new Trancers appear shortly followed by Jack's future boss inside the body of a 15 year old girl. Unbeknownst to Jack, new time travel technology has been pioneered during his absence from the future and the brother of Whistler (villain from the original) has travelled back in time to create a Trancer farm. As the Americans would say, this movie is bologne. Where the first movie was a high concept B-movie, this one languishes in C-movie territory with very little inspiration. The whole movie takes place in 1991 with no cool future settings that helped make the first movie stand out and the script is dreadful. Watching Trancers 2 is like watching a science fiction daytime soap opera. It is easily the worst in the series with the only saving grace being that all of the original players return and that the next instalment steps it back up a notch. Joining the cast is Richard Lynch and Jeffrey Combs. Impressive talents with nothing to do.