After earning his medical and post-doctoral degrees from Johns
Hopkins University, Dr. Paul Turner climbed quickly through the
Army ranks, rising to the position of Captain with USAMRIID, the
US Army's Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases. It
was during his tenure with USAMRIID that Turner served in the
Persian Gulf war, where a sneak attack from an Iraqi soldier
left Turner exposed to an unknown biological agent.
Turner spent the next six years of his life struggling against
Gulf War Syndrome and against the Army's reluctance to accept
responsibility for the countless veterans suffering from it.
Despite the best efforts of Sydney MacMillan, his doctor at the
VA, Turner lingered dangerously close to death... until a
mysterious Japanese Woman visited Turner in the hospital and
provided him with a serum that sent his illness (a plastic
anemia) into instantaneous remission. She saved him then and she
continues to provide him with the needed serum to keep the
disease in remission. She has a hidden agenda and needs Turner
to help her accomplish certain goals.
Just a few months after making a miraculous recovery, Turner
returned to the Army as a Special Investigator in USAMRIID (U.S.
Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases). His
assignment: to investigate criminal abuses of science (delving
into areas such as human cloning, gene splicing, and chemical
weaponry). In a world where scientists play God simply because
they can, Turner is the voice of reason wondering if they
"Science is changing a lot faster than we expected, faster
than anyone realizes".
"Why are people more afraid of aliens from outer space than they
are the monsters we're creating ourselves?"
Tim Guinee - Paul Turner
Kristin Lehman - Dr. Sydney MacMillan
Sandra Quarterman - Maj. Lynne Reese
Vivian Wu - Mysterious Japanese Woman
Peter Wingfield - Terrance Shepard
Arnold Vosloo - Dark-Haired Man
Glenn Morshower - Colonel Gerald Kanin
3. Azrael's Breed
4. Spirit Falls
5. The Devil Still Holds My Hand
7. Man Plus
11. Down Came the Rain
13. Age of Reason
Complete 1-13; 3 DVD's
8 out of 10
Full Screen in English, no subtitles, no commercials. Capped from Sci-Fi