Thrillkill is a Canadian crime thriller film, directed by Anthony D'Andrea and released in 1984. The film stars Gina Massey as Bobbie Kendall, a woman on the run from an electronic bank robbery ring after her video game designer sister Carly (Diana Reis) hid the money inside her new game Thrillkill before being murdered, leaving Bobbie as the only person who knows where the password is hidden.[1]

Directed byAnthony D'Andrea
Written byAnthony D'Andrea
Produced byAnthony Kramreither
StarringGina Massey
Robin Ward
CinematographyJohn Clement
Edited byNick Rotundo
Music byTim McCauley
Brightstar Films
Release date
  • December 14, 1984 (1984-12-14)
Running time
90 minutes

The film's cast also includes Robin Ward as police officer Frank Gillette, Laura Robinson as Carly's accomplice Adrian, Frank Moore as the CEO of Brightstar Games, and Eugene Clark and Colleen Embree as video arcade owners involved in the robbery scheme.

John Clement received a Genie Award nomination for Best Cinematography at the 6th Genie Awards in 1985.[2]

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