In this Robert Munic directed science fiction actioner,a woman(Maryam D'Abo[THE LIVING DAYLIGHT,XTRO]) aboard a prison ship that is travelling to an all-men penal colony based asteroid faces a major dilemma when a new inmate(Jeffrey Meek[WINTER PEOPLE,NIGHT OF THE CYCLONE]) leads a group of rebelling inmates to unleash a revolting mutiny upon the spaceship as they take it over and awaken a dangerous convict(Jeff Speakman[STREET KNIGHT,LAND OF THE FREE]) out of his cryonic slumber as he intends to make things a lot worse as D'abo reluctantly teams up with a cyberhacker inmate(Arye Gross[HOUSE 2,HEXED]) who aids her in attempting to save the spaceship while stopping (the long haired[apparent wig sporting])Speakman,Meek,and their men. TIMELOCK is an okay timekiller that has its moments…
In space no one can hear you cream. Isolation, the only explanation for this film's bizarre but brilliantly gutsy coupling. Think Jasmine falling for Abis Mal, or Xena falling for Salmoneus.
Workmanlike sci-fi B-movie from the mid-90s. A "too old for this shit" Maryam D'abo plays a tough pilot who transports hardcore prisoners to some kind of ice planet/ship/thing (the science is a little rough and the audio was pretty badly recorded so forgive me on not quite getting this). Some wise cracking goober (Arye Gross) has been sent to this prison in error and inadvertently gets himself caught up in a high-violence Con Air style in-flight jailbreak. Eventually he and D'abo team up to save the day but it's a long, dark, grey time coming. There are a couple of fun moments here (and a good man-on-fire stunt) but it's mostly quite generic and lifeless.