Time Chasers (1994)

PG-13   |    |  Sci-Fi

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An inventor comes up with a time machine, but must prevent its abuse at the hands of an evil C.E.O.

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  • Matthew Bruch and Bonnie Pritchard in Time Chasers (1994)
  • Peter Harrington and George Woodard in Time Chasers (1994)
  • Matthew Bruch and George Woodard in Time Chasers (1994)
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8 January 2000 | Vice-5
Time Wasters
Among all films about time travel, "Time Chasers" is the worst! Showcased in MST3K, this sci-fi turd is about how a big-chinned physics teacher named Nick who dons a Castleton T-shirt and his dopey reporter girlfriend Lisa (who looks strangely a lot like Toni Tennille!) tries to save humanity's future from a corrupt hick CEO named Robertson, who's use for Nick's flying time machine is for his own twisted purposes!

MST3K really lambasted this flick, not only for its poor performances, but for its miniscule budget! The MST3K stars had a field day roasting "Time Chasers," and I had a hell of a good time watching it! However, I was pretty surprised when I read somewhere that David Giancola, the director of "Time Chasers" even thanked MST3K for showing his low denominator project on their show!! Hell, if I directed a turd like this movie, I wouldn't mind haven't it roasted, too!

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