Death Powder Trailer

Death Powder Trailer (1986)

21 June 1986 Horror, Sci-Fi 63 mins

Three conspirators steal a secret android. In their warehouse hideout, the android secretes a reality-altering substance, which casts them into a frightening nether-world of interconnected subjectivity.

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