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16 August 1990 (USA) See more »
A genetically re-engineered dog develops a psychic link with a monster created in a lab experiment which goes awry. See more » | Add synopsis »
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Timothy Marlowe ... Jason

Marc Singer ... Paul Ferguson

Tracy Scoggins ... Barbara White
Jonathan Farwell ... Steve Malceno

Irene Miracle ... Sarah Ferguson

Mary Woronov ... Dr. Glatman
Tom Poster ... The Outsider

Don Pugsley ... Smith
Joseph Hardin ... Wesson
Kurt Braunreiter ... MP #1
Merritt Yohnka ... MP #2
Diana James ... Bell

John Lafayette ... Watson

Tommy Hinkley ... Lab Assistant

Jeff Arbaugh ... Lead Protestor #1 (as Jeffrey Arbaugh)

Stirling Nix Bradley ... Lead Protestor #2 (as Stirling Bradley)
Deidre Conrad ... Female Protestor
Mike McDonald ... Protestor #1
Eric Louis Levy ... Protestor #2

Garon Grigsby ... Security Guard
Phil Nordell ... Detective
Jeremy Stanford ... Policeman
Kip Addota ... Motel Clerk

Christopher Thornton ... Boy at Motel

Keisha ... Woman at Motel (as Raquel Rios)
Mary Ingersoll ... Anchorwoman
Dhiru Shah ... Convenience Store Clerk
Frank Roman ... Puerto Rican
Stan Yale ... Wino #1
Sam Goffredo ... Wino #2
Daryl Haney ... Panhandler
James Smith ... Gang Kid
Harriet Price ... Bag Lady

Directed by
Thierry Notz 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John D. Brancato  (as Henry Dominic)
Michael Ferris  (as Henry Dominic)
Dean R. Koontz  novel

Produced by
Roger Corman .... producer
Joel DeLoach .... associate producer
Rodman Flender .... co-producer
Original Music by
Rick Conrad 
Cinematography by
Edward J. Pei 
Film Editing by
Diane Fingado 
Adam Wolfe 
Casting by
Kevin Reidy 
Production Design by
Gary Randall 
Art Direction by
Peter Flynn (uncredited)
Set Decoration by
Michele Munoz 
Makeup Department
Greg Aronowitz .... special makeup effects artist
John Criswell .... makeup artist
Dean Jones .... special makeup effects artist
Starr Jones .... makeup supervisor
Kathleen Karridene .... key makeup artist
Joe Podnar .... makeup artist
Production Management
Joel DeLoach .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Edmonds .... first assistant director
Juan A. Mas .... second second assistant director
Louis Morneau .... second unit director
Art Department
David Riggins .... scenic
Robert Somerton .... carpenter
Richard K. Wright .... property master
Sound Department
Christopher B. Reeves .... sound editor
Bill V. Robbins .... sound mixer
Daniel Tripoli .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Kevin Kutchaver .... special effects
Greg Landerer .... special effects (as Gregory C. Landerer)
Tony Snegoff .... stunts
Patrick J. Statham .... stunts (as Patrick Statham)
Camera and Electrical Department
Malcolm Abbey .... still photographer
Ronnie Dennis .... first assistant camera
Janusz Kaminski .... director of photography: second unit
Vojislav Mikulic .... gaffer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Patrick J. Voetberg .... assistant editor
Music Department
Paul Di Franco .... music supervisor
Other crew
Bundy Chanock .... set medic
Jill Osmon Modabber .... production coordinator
Carol Riggins .... animal trainer
Steven Ritt .... dog trainer

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101 min
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Continuity: Paul's hair is all messed up when he asks the guys in the station wagon where he is, then his hair is combed in the next shot.See more »
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Followed by Watchers Reborn (1998)See more »


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8 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Too much shown cheesy creature, 16 January 2005
Author: eer85 from Italy

I still remember how I was curious to know how they could do a sequel to WATCHERS when I saw this movie on a shelf of the video-store. The curiosity grown when I looked at the back of the cover and saw a gore scene not included in the cassette (which has no real bloody shots). Plus, the movie was forbidden for people under 18 - where the first one (here in Italy) was for all audiences. But what I saw wasn't that good I thought. This is not a remake of the original directed by Hess, but a second adaptation of the novel by Koontz (a quiet good horror novel, btw), more close to it (except for the character's names) than the previous. But it's still very far from the book. Besides some changes (this time there's only a scientist who tracks the beast), the main problem is that the monster's look is very far from being scary and the director had the bad idea to show it completely and very early in the story. In Hess' version, instead, we don't clearly see it and even if this is obtained through simple methods (POVs. shaky camera works, long shots in the fog), it works quiet well. Here Notz tries a little bit to create suspense (the creature's shadow on a wall wasn't that bad), but stops quiet early, preferring to show a guy in a cheesy suit who moves like an idiot. As the previous, the most incredible performance is delivered by the dog - and I mean it in a good way.

I still wonder where that gore shot was supposed to be inserted in..

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