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Critters 4 -- After being cryogenically frozen and waking up on a space station in the near future, the Critters aim to have the unwitting crew for lunch.

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Rupert Harvey (story) &
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Release Date:
14 October 1992 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
In space, they love to hear you scream!
Plot:
After being cryogenically frozen and waking up on a space station in the near future, the Critters aim to have the unwitting crew for lunch. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Not fun just boring See more (50 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Don Keith Opper ... Charlie McFadden

Terrence Mann ... Counselor Tetra / Ug
Paul Whitthorne ... Ethan

Anders Hove ... Rick

Angela Bassett ... Fran

Brad Dourif ... Al Bert

Eric DaRe ... Bernie

Martine Beswick ... Angela (voice) (as Martine Beswicke)

Anne Ramsay ... Dr. McCormick (as Anne Elizabeth Ramsay)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Edward Chiodo ... Puppeteer (uncredited)

Directed by
Rupert Harvey 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Rupert Harvey (story) &
Barry Opper (story)

Joseph Lyle (screenplay) and
David J. Schow (screenplay)

Produced by
Rupert Harvey .... producer
Barry Opper .... producer
Mark Ordesky .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Peter Manning Robinson 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas L. Callaway (director of photography) (as Tom Callaway)
 
Film Editing by
Terry Stokes 
 
Casting by
Nina Axelrod 
 
Production Design by
Philip Dean Foreman 
 
Art Direction by
Jeff Wallace 
 
Set Decoration by
Linette Forbes Shorr 
 
Costume Design by
Jami Burrows 
 
Makeup Department
Barrie Buckner .... hair stylist
Christina Criswell .... assistant makeup artist
Suzanne Parker Sanders .... hair stylist
Suzanne Parker Sanders .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Evan Edelist .... post-production supervisor
Joe Fineman .... executive in charge of post-production
Cindy Lovelady .... production executive (as Cindy Hornickel)
Deborah Moore .... executive in charge of production
David Witz .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stuart B. Hagen .... assistant director: second unit (as Stuart Hagen)
Stuart B. Hagen .... second assistant director (as Stuart Hagen)
Barry Opper .... second unit director
Romney Pearl .... second assistant director (as Romney L. Pearl)
John E. Vohlers .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Anthony Aguilar .... carpenter
Marsha A. Alexander .... art department coordinator
Carol Banker .... on-set dresser (as Carol Jean Banker)
Philip Barnes .... carpenter (as Phil Barnes)
Gary M. Bartko .... assistant props
Andrea Beane .... painter
James Betts .... construction foreman (as Jimmy Betts)
Phillip Billey .... carpenter (as Phillip J. Billey)
Tony Bonaventura .... property master
Thomas Cooper .... prop fabricator
Scott Dietz .... lead scenic artist
Anthony Giovannini Jr. .... carpenter
Sherry Hodge .... painter
Philip Madison .... set designer
Brian Marn .... carpenter
Tony R. Medina .... prop maker
David Nelson .... painter
Tom O'Brien .... construction coordinator
Gerard Patino .... assistant carpenter
Alejandro Patiño .... construction foreman (as Alexander Patino)
Lori Rowbotham .... set designer
Peter Mitchell Rubin .... storyboard artist (as Peter Mitchel)
Tim Sherrier .... construction foreman
Shannon Price Slusher .... lead person
Robin Solo .... set dresser
Sabrina Stewart .... painter
Danny Wallace .... painter
Greg Aronowitz .... prop designer (uncredited)
Bryan Corbett .... propmaker (uncredited)
Ron Ervin .... carpenter (uncredited)
Robert Somerton .... carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Tony Berkeley .... adr editor
Brad Blake .... supervising sound editor
Harry Cohen .... digital sound designer
Marc Fishman .... sound effects editor
José Antonio García .... sound mixer
Brian Geer .... foley mixer
Lewis Goldstein .... dialogue editor (as Lou Goldstein)
Paul Key .... director of technical services: EFX Systems
Ossama Khuluki .... foley artist
Jeff Porrello .... boom operator
Paul Rodriguez .... director of sound services: EFX Systems
Tony Sereno .... re-recording assistant
R. Russell Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Ken Teaney .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jason Bakutis .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew (as Jason E. Bakutis)
C. Mitchell Bryan .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Frank Ceglia .... special effects
Tom Ceglia .... special effects assistant
Charles Chiodo .... design and supervision: critters crew
Edward Chiodo .... design and supervision: critters crew
Linda Chiodo .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Stephen Chiodo .... design and supervision: critters crew
Sybil Coffey .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Deborah Galvez .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Paul Haines .... special effects assistant
Jarn Heil .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Karen Kennedy .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Bruce Lau .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Mike McPheron .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Dean Mercil .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Barbara Meyers .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Jene Omens .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Timothy Ralston .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew (as Tim Ralston)
Chris Robbins .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew (as Christopher Robbins)
Dwight Roberts .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
David Russ .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Paul Salamoff .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
Mark Villalobos .... mechanics and fabrication: critters crew
John Deall .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Steve Fink .... special effects makeup (uncredited)
Tommy Williamson .... animatronics (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Larry Arpin .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems
Brummbaer .... computer effects
Robert Caspari .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems
Ken Herbster .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems (as Kenneth Herbster)
David L. Hewitt .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems (as David Hewitt)
Shawn O'Driscoll .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems
Amy Pawlowski .... visual effects editor (as Amy L. Crandall)
Amy Pawlowski .... visual effects editor
Jim Sharpe .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems
Leon Stankevich .... visual effects: Hollywood Optical Systems
Diana Dru Botsford .... visual effects consultant (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Dan Bradley .... stunt coordinator
Mike H. McGaughy .... stunt person (as Mike McGaughy)
Ray Lykins .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Aaron .... still photographer
Waide R. Allen .... key grip
David Ariniello .... grip
Carmen Bailey .... second assistant camera: second unit
Jim 'Tomcat' Downing .... grip (as Jim Downing)
Jim 'Tomcat' Downing .... key grip: second unit (as Jim Downing)
Giles Dunning .... still photographer
Dave Footman .... best boy grip (as Dave 'Foots' Footman)
Matthew G. Gordy .... electrician
Greg Kidd .... first assistant camera: second unit
Greg Kidd .... second assistant camera
James A. Lebovitz .... additional camera operator (as James Lebovitz)
Gerry O'Malley .... first assistant camera
James Lawrence Spencer .... director of photography: second unit (as James L. Spencer)
James Lawrence Spencer .... gaffer (as James L. Spencer)
David Watson .... best boy electric
Kerrec 'K-Man' Williams .... electrician (as Kerrec R. Williams)
Kerrec 'K-Man' Williams .... gaffer: second unit (as Kerrec R. Williams)
Rick Tiedeman .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Talia Jones .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lorraine E. Kennedy .... costumer
Gabrielle Spanswick .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Thalia Harithas .... post-production coordinator
Pamela Hilse .... post-production administrator (as Pam Hilse)
Marnie Pope .... associate editor
Jim Williams .... color timer
 
Music Department
Fil Brown .... music engineer
Dan Raziel .... music engineer
 
Transportation Department
Greg Jacobs .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Tina Arvanites .... on-set production assistant
Dick Bansbach .... video workprints
Candi L. Barthelemy .... video workprints (as Candi Barthelemy)
Jeffrey Berk .... assistant production coordinator
Syd Cole .... video workprints
Elizabeth Ervin .... production coordinator
Christy Fiero .... assistant accountant (as Christy Susskind)
Rubén García .... video workprints
Kristin M. Harpster .... on-set production assistant
Juji Johnson .... stand-in
Juliet Johnson .... assistant to the producers
Brian Kibbie .... video workprints
Sally Morton .... legal assistant
Diane H. Newman .... script supervisor
Cindy Pruitt .... contract supervisor (as Cindy Litman)
Scott Ritt .... laser effects: Mirage Productions
Gail Rodono .... production controller
Phillip L. Rosen .... production attorney
Jim Schneeweis .... production assistant (as Jim Schneeweis Jr.)
John Stamback .... stand-in
B.J. Witz .... craft service (as BJ Witz)
B.J. Witz .... medic (as BJ Witz)
Keith Yeager .... production assistant
Julia Zane .... production accountant (as Julia Guild)
Andre Zitcer .... on-set production assistant
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. .... inventory services (uncredited)
John Criswell .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Brad Stephens .... publicist (uncredited)
 
Thanks
David Armstrong .... special thanks: Com Logic
Philip Azenzer .... special thanks: Encore (as Phil Azenzer)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Critters 4: They're Invading Your Space" - USA (promotional title)
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Runtime:
100 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
At 1 hr 40 min, this is the longest of the Critters movies by over ten minutes. The original film was 1hr 22 min, and the second and third installments both clocked in at 1 hr 26 min.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: (at around 37 mins) Obvious puppets used in first killing scene. When the attacked character runs and slams his hand towards walls and objects you can see it's just a Critter-puppet attached to his hand. Later on when the character is dead you can see the Critters move and blink their eyes normally.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Charlie:[Charlie finds the last Critter eggs] Alright you gum-balls.
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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Not fun just boring, 2 January 2011
Author: atinder from United Kingdom

I loved the first movie was really nice and cheesy, the second movie was lot more fun, the third movie entertaining.

I will start of with plot he movie. Starts out, where Critters 3 left off.

Charlie is trapped inside a space pod for over 50 years and is rescued by space pirates. The crew begin to come aware of the Crites' presence and manage to evade them. Eventually Ugh, Charlie's old friend and partner comes to the space station and takes aggressive action against them.

I have not got much to say about this movie, only that, The movie did start of little in trusting at first but then it just got really boring, so I stated feeling sleepy.

I heard there were plans for 5th movie called Critters 5: Christmas Attack", it a shame that did not happen, that sound like a perfect movie for Chrismas and could hsve brought this series back from the dead.

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