|Directed by||Charles Band|
|Produced by||Charles Band|
|Screenplay by||Jackson Barr|
|Story by||Charles Band|
|Based on||Characters created by Danny Bilson|
and Paul De Meo
|Music by||Phil Davies|
|Edited by||Andy Horvitch|
|Distributed by||Full Moon Features|
Los Angeles, 1991. Jack Deth (Tim Thomerson) has gotten used to life with his wife Lena (Helen Hunt) in the six years since they killed Whistler. Hap Ashby (Biff Manard) has made a fortune investing and has moved from the streets to a palatial estate, sharing it with Jack and Lena.
But life is about to get difficult for Jack. Whistler's brother, E.D. Wardo (Richard Lynch), has gone back in time and created a "trancer farm" under the guise of an environmental organization. GreenWorld claims it strives to 'clean up the world', but actually they kidnap homeless people and mental patients to enslave in a trancer army. Once again, Hap is under attack, useful to Wardo as the ancestor of future Angel City Council Member Ashe.
Jack is ready to singe some trancers in the name of the law, but he does not expect his dead wife Alice (Megan Ward) to show up--and neither is Lena. Alice has been saved from death by the City Council and sent back to 1991 to help Jack stop Wardo. The tension mounts as Lena becomes fearful of losing Jack to his future wife, Hap returns to drinking alcohol to deal with the stress, and Jack realizes that when Alice returns to the future, she will die again. Somehow, Jack must find a way to save more than just the future.
Trancers II was first released on VHS, it has since then been released on DVD through the Trancers box-set or as a single DVD in Europe.