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Tim Kincaid (written by)
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Release Date:
20 January 1987 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
It's machine vs. man in the ultimate battle for the future!
Plot:
Neo, a drifter from the atomic-blasted wastelands, arrives with his klutzy robot sidekick at a factory... See more » | Add synopsis »
NewsDesk:
Gay of the Dead: Tim Kincaid a.k.a. Joe Gage
 (From Fangoria. 16 May 2010, 6:28 AM, PDT)

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The feeling of boredom hangs everywhere See more (33 total) »

Cast

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Norris Culf ... Neo
Nadine Hartstein ... Deeja (as Nadine Hart)

J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner ... Klyton (as Joel Von Ornsteiner)
Jennifer Delora ... Nyla
Andrew Howarth ... Kai
Angelika Jager ... Valaria
Michael Downend ... Jorn
Rick Gianasi ... Torque
George Grey ... Bray (as George Gray)

Nicholas Reiner ... Haim
Michael Azzolina ... Roan
John Blaylock ... Korla
Michael Zezima ... Airslave Fighter
Edward R. Mallia ... Airslave Fighter (as Edward Mallia)
Amy Brentano ... Irradiated Female
Dave Martin ... Guardbot
Keith Schwabinger ... Guardbot
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Directed by
Tim Kincaid 
 
Writing credits
Tim Kincaid (written by)

Produced by
Cynthia De Paula .... producer (as Cynthia DePaula)
Charles Band .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Arthur D. Marks (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Barry Zetlin 
 
Production Design by
Medusa 
 
Art Direction by
Ruth Ozeki Lounsbury  (as Ruth Lounsbury)
Marina Zurkow 
 
Costume Design by
Celeste Hines 
 
Makeup Department
Carolyn Krinsky .... assistant makeup artist
Tom Lauten .... special makeup effects artist
Erin Pollitt .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Joe Derrig .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rebecca Rothbaum .... first assistant director
Michael Speero .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Will Barker .... construction coordinator
Joanne Besinger .... art department (as Jo Anne Basinger)
Gregory Choa .... art department
Sarah Lamb .... art department
Kim Meinelt .... property master (as Kimberly Meinelt)
Andrew Kevin Walker .... scenic painter (as Andrew Walker)
Gary Winick .... art department
 
Sound Department
Giorgio Conti .... sound effects editor
Mik Cribben .... sound mixer (as Mike Cribben)
Giorgio De Vincenzo .... supervising sound editor
Charles Hunt .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
John Bisson .... creator: lower life form
Jeff Bouvier .... creature crew
James Chai .... robot electrics
Ralph Cordero .... sculptor: robot mask
Scott Coulter .... mask fabricator: irradiated human
Ed French .... designer: robot creature effects
Bruce Fuller .... creature crew
Mark Garbarino .... sculptor: Dark One
Tom Lauten .... creature operator
Mike Maddi .... creator: lower life form
Valarie McNeill .... construction: robot suit
Carl Sorensen .... mask fabricator: irradiated human
Matt Vogel .... pyrotechnician
Ken Walker .... creature mechanics
Ken Walker .... designer and builder: robot weapons (as Kenneth Walker)
 
Visual Effects by
Jeremie Frank .... special visual effects creator: Bizarrchitecture
 
Stunts
Beth Adubato .... stunts (as Beth Adams)
Lisa Conrad .... stunts
Debra Dahro .... stunts (as Debra Daro)
Larry Frenock .... stunts
Harlan Hamilton .... stunts
Susan Jean .... stunts
Chris McNamee .... stunts
Pat Rizzolino .... stunts
Kevin Schmidt .... stunts
Beth Shields .... stunts
Matt Vogel .... combat choreography
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Adams .... electrician (as Mike Adams)
Wayne Arrants .... best boy electrician
Rick Cooper .... key grip
Don Davis .... gaffer (as Donald Davis)
Kurt Franke .... still photographer
George Irons .... dolly grip
Phil Oetiker .... camera operator (as Philip Oetiker)
Hugo Rojas .... second assistant camera
David Shaw .... first assistant camera
Brian Storm .... best boy grip
Steve Watts .... electrician
Barry Wesson .... clapper loader
 
Editorial Department
Juliet Avola .... post-production coordinator
Kevin Barlia .... assistant editor
Luis E. Bendezu .... post-production assistant
Elisa Bonora .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Richard Band .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Joel Goldsmith .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Michael Gingold .... driver
Robert Grader .... transportation captain
Andrea Socas .... driver
 
Other crew
Elaine Anderson .... production coordinator
Maria Bowen .... production assistant
R.A. Boyar .... insurance
James Chai .... on-set supervisor
Christopher Clements .... production assistant
Annette Denberg .... unit publicist
David Felker .... projectionist
Marshall Kenner .... craft service
Ben Marx .... payroll accountant
Scooter Murphy .... location manager
Stanley Myer .... production accountant
Steve Shoup .... assistant: Tim Kincaid
Nancy Sutherland .... assistant: Cynthia De Paula
Tagor Vojnovic .... production assistant
Mary Weldon .... script supervisor
 
Thanks
Frank Bruno .... special thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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79 min
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Trivia:
The music used in this film was lifted from other Charles Band films, notably Laserblast (1978).See more »
Quotes:
Nyla:We must be quiet from here on in.
Neo:Why?
Nyla:Sewage worms.
Klyton:What?
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9 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
The feeling of boredom hangs everywhere, 29 January 2008
Author: sinister_prog from East of Eden

What a despairing film. Dress actors in furry rags, place in suburban wasteland, set cameras rolling and hope for the best. One can only imagine e the thanks the cast gave when their characters were killed off by sockpuppets, thus sparing them further humiliation in this dullfest. This rivals Monster a go-go as the best cure for insomnia ever made. Oh God - how can I fill up 10 lines explaining how overwhelmingly bored everybody looks in this movie? Whiney crappy plastic bungling robot who annoys everybody both on and off screen, Giant spider reduced to a single giant hairy leg pulled by string, actors desperately trying not to look at the camera while mumbling off dialogs...

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The Dark One the voice of Prince Zordar? crookedmouth2003
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