Scanners: The Showdown (1994) - Rotten Tomatoes

Scanners: The Showdown (1994)





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In this sequel to Scanner Cop, Sam (Daniel Quinn) is out to discover who his mother really was. Meanwhile, a new kind of ephemeral drug has been developed that doesn't have the side effects of the previous ones, and a serial killer -- who is also a scanner and is sapping the power from other scanners -- is after it.more
Rating: R
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror
Directed By: , ,
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 16, 1995
Republic Pictures Home Video


Patrick Kilpatrick
as Karl Volkin
Daniel Quinn
as Detective Samuel Sta...
Khrystyne Haje
as Carrie Goodart
Stephen Mendel
as Detective Jim Mullin...
Brenda Swanson
as Glory Avionis
Jerry Potter
as Sheriff Jake
Robert Forster
as Captain Jack Bitters
Tony Fasce
as Pickpocket Jones
Terrie Snell
as Washer Woman
Jim Blumetti
as Old Cop
Eric Chambers
as Young Cop
Barbara Tarbuck
as Rachel Staziack
Eugene Robert Glazer
as Institute Director
Allan Kolman
as Country Doctor
Julian Neil
as Kidnapper Leader
Steve Wilcox
as Craig Volkin
Yvette Harding
as Teenage Girl
John Walter Davis
as Security Guard
Patrick J. Statham
as Forklift Driver
Kurt Bryant
as Foreman
Richard Assad
as Hotel Clerk
Monika Ramirez
as Hotel Maid
Kim Delgado
as Sgt. Collins
Dan Weiss
as Denise's Husband
Al Goto
as Lobby Cop 1
Carl Ciarfalio
as Lobby Cop 2
Nicholas Gunn
as Scanned Senior Citiz...
Aaron Lustig
as Dr. Gordon
Elvin Havard
as Orderly
Michael Sloane
as Wildman Inmate
Brett Jones
as Institute Guard
Katie Wagner
as Reporter
Rick Lee Mathis
as Attendant
Patricia Place
as Old Woman
Kane Hodder
as Kidnapper No. 1
Rick Avery
as Kidnapper No. 2
Tom DeWier
as Kidnapper No. 3
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So exciting to see a detective and a serial killer, both of whom are scanners, must scan to the death in this gory but passable film.

Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

considered either scanner cop 2 or scanners 4. It really should be called scanner cop 2 because it is a sequel to that one. Overall, Patrick Kilpatrick is a much better actor than Daniel Quinn which results in a lot of hope that he wins.

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