R | | Action, Crime, Horror
In a flooded future London, Detective Harley Stone hunts a serial killer who murdered his partner, and has haunted him ever since. He soon discovers what he is hunting might not be human.
The song "Nights in White Satin" by the Moody Blues features prominently in the movie as the romantic theme. In fact, it's featured in a bar scene as background music as well. "Knights in White Satin" is the title of a remake by Giorgio Moroder.
Title Card: After forty days and nights of torrential rain, the city is largely submerged below water, a result of the devastating effects of continued global warming. The warnings ignored for decades have now resulted in undreamed-of levels of ...
When the symbol written in blood is shown, it contains the numbers 25 and 78. Durkin's voice reads it as 25 and 73. (He repeats the numbers correctly in a later scene.)
The famous Moody Blues song "Nights in White Satin" is credited as "Knights in White Satin". "Knights in White Satin" is the title of the Giorgio Moroder remake.
The Japanese cut contains several additional scenes, mostly with Det. Dick Durkin's girlfriend Robin, who he mentions in the film, but she is never seen. Roberta Eaton, who plays her, is credited in all versions of the movie, but all of her scenes were cut from all but the Japanese version. This extended cut has been released on DVD in Germany, and the additional scenes on Blu-ray in the UK.
$2,250,000 3 May 1992