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Storm War

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Storm War
File:Weather Wars.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byTodor Chapkanov
StarringJason London
Wes Brown
Erin Cahill
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
CinematographyThomas L. Callaway
Running time82 Minutes
Release
Original release
  • July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15)

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Storm War, also known as Weather Wars, is a 2011 sci-fi disaster film directed by Todor Chapkanov and starring Jason London, Wes Brown and Erin Cahill.[1] The film was distributed on the Syfy Channel.

Plot[edit]

A series of freak weather occurrences around Washington, D.C. reunites two estranged brothers who are the sons of a once prestigious climate scientist. One of them suspects their father is behind it and upon further investigation, they discover that all of their father's enemies are dead - victims of freak weather accidents. Soon their suspicions are confirmed as their father hijacks radio and TV transmissions to relay the message that unless a certain Senator who canceled his United States Department of Defense contracts is handed over, the city of Washington D.C will suffer the consequences. As the brothers race to form a plan that can defeat their father, he lets loose a variety of diabolical weather weapons on the Smithsonian, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, and National Mall.

Cast[edit]

  • Jason London as David Grange
  • Wes Brown as Jacob Grange
  • Erin Cahill as Samantha Winter
  • Stacy Keach as Marcus Grange
  • Lance E. Nichols as Senator Jason Aldrich
  • Stanton Barrett as Secret Service Agent
  • Anna Adair as Journalist Sarah Sharpe
  • Robert Grimm as Cameraman
  • Gary Grubbs as Colonel Neilson
  • Indigo as Chloe Aldrich
  • Billy Slaughter as Richie

References[edit]

  1. Scheepers, Martijn. "Weather Wars – Storm War (2011)". CineMagazine. Retrieved 1 July 2021.

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