Cronos Trailer

Cronos Trailer (1993)

12 September 1993 Drama, Horror, Thriller 94 mins

Faced with his own mortality, an ingenious alchemist tried to perfect an invention that would provide him with the key to eternal life. It was called the Cronos device. When he died more than 400 years later, he took the secrets of this remarkable device to the grave with him. Now, an elderly antiques dealer has found the hellish machine hidden in a statue and learns about its incredible powers. The more he uses the device, the younger he becomes...but nothing comes without a price. Life after death is just the beginning as this nerve-shattering thriller unfolds and the fountain of youth turns bloody.

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Cast

Federico Luppi

as Jesus Gris

Ron Perlman

as Angel de la Guardia

Claudio Brook

as De la Guardia

Margarita Isabel

as Mercedes

Crew

Javier Álvarez

Original Music Composer

Guillermo Navarro

Guillermo Navarro Director of Photography

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 16 September 1994

United States 12 September 1993

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