Shannon McDermott, Todd Cinani, Patrick Farmer, Mario Rios, Shelby Jones, Don Manigly (executive), Shane L. Maus (executive), William W. Barbour (executive), David Jon Foster (executive) for Blinky Productions
directed by Chris R. Notarile
starring Jeff Odachowski, Brian C. Chenworth, Allison Trammell, Tom Patrick Propofsky, Harley Castro, Edward Kasper
screenplay by Chris R. Notarile, based on characters by Philip K. Dick, Hampton Fancher, David Webb Peoples, music by Phillip Chance
Devroux (Jeff Odachowski) is one of the best Blade Runners there is,
which is why killing a replicant, a sex bot of all things, for his
colleague Worley (Brian C. Chenworth) should be a walk in the park ... only
it isn't, as this particular sex bot, Chloe (Allison Trammell) is very
much aware that she's no more than a replicant with a limited lifespan.
But she plants doubts in Devroux about his own identity ...
its cue from the original Blade Runner, where in one of the final
scenes, Deckard's own identity is questioned, Blade Runner(s) takes
it one step further, showing a fellow Blade Runner in all its
vulnerability, thus giving a new spin to the well-known story, something
Chris R. Notarile, one of the most prolific fan film filmmakers, has
always been good at, that way having made many a property his own in a
way. And it works again with Blade Runner(s), a film that works in
context of the official Blade Runner universe but gives the
audience a story original enough to stand on its own - also of course
thanks to a slick directorial effort that's not at all enslaved to
previous Blade Runner movies, and a solid cast.