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Slaughter of the Innocents -- A seasoned FBI Agent's child-genius son assists him on catching a child-killer, a schizophrenic mohab nut who believes he's been chosen by god to be a new Noah.

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A brutal slaying. An elusive killer. The chase is on.
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A seasoned FBI Agent's child-genius son assists him on catching a child-killer, a schizophrenic mohab nut who believes he's been chosen by god to be a new Noah. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Jan Broberg ... Cindy Lockerby (as Jan Gardner)
Elizabeth Johnson ... Stephanie Lockerby
Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus ... Jesse Broderick

Darlanne Fluegel ... Susan Broderick

Scott Glenn ... Stephen Broderick
Terri Hawkes ... Ellen Jenkins

Kevin Sorbo ... John Willison
Sheila Tousey ... Agent Lemar
Tim Colceri ... Warden Bates

Armin Shimerman ... Dr. Mort Seger
Leo Geter ... William Barnes
Thom Dillon ... Mark Denton
Wil Darwin Adams ... Death Row Guard
J. Stephen Brady ... Bobby Martel
H.E.D. Redford ... Prison Chaplain

Henry Brown ... Stanley Moorehead

Zitto Kazann ... Mordecai Booth
Charles Cragin ... Sister Mary
Star Herrmann ... Sister Catherine (voice)
Jay Bernard ... Lou Thurston

Susanna Thompson ... Connie Collins
Kelley Judd ... Kristi Collins
Richard Stay ... Store Cashier
Varlo Davenport ... Agent Russell
Michael Scott ... Press Person #1
Lynne Van Dam ... Press Person #2
Teri Cowan ... Sgt. Knighton

Linden Ashby ... Officer Olmon
Roberta Hanley ... Woman in Robe
William Winstead ... Man in Robe
Laura Hendrickson ... Girl in Robe
Marco Mileti ... Boy on Table
Donna Todd ... Librarian
Geoff Hansen ... Television Evangelist

Zakes Mokae ... Library Janitor

Mark Daneri ... Crime Technician
Matt Bohling ... Policeman Outside Library
Rachel Jolley ... Flight Attendant
Joell Hansen ... Waitress
Ben Quinters ... Tom Grodine

Aaron Eckhart ... Ken Reynolds
George K. Sullivan ... Robert Vale
Michael D. Weatherred ... Hotel Desk Clerk (as Mike Weatherred)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Doug Guibord ... Swat Team member (uncredited)

Christopher Ivins ... Reporter (uncredited)
Marshall Dancing Elk Lucas ... Guard / Execution (uncredited)

Directed by
James Glickenhaus 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Glickenhaus  writer

Produced by
Kirsten Bates-Renaud .... associate producer
Frank K. Isaac .... producer
Jefferson Richard .... line producer
Leonard Shapiro .... executive producer
Alan M. Solomon .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Joe Renzetti 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Irwin 
 
Film Editing by
Kevin Tent 
 
Casting by
Catrine McGregor 
Fern Orenstein 
 
Production Design by
Nicholas T. Preovolos 
 
Art Direction by
James Passanante 
 
Set Decoration by
Wanda 'Beau' Peterson 
 
Costume Design by
Shawna Trpcic  (as Shawna Leavell)
 
Makeup Department
Gabriel Bartalos .... makeup effects
Michele Bloom .... hair stylist
Joel Harlow .... special makeup effects artist
Ryan Marie McCormick .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Joan Weidman .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brad Arkin .... second second assistant director
Eric Mofford .... first assistant director
Denise Strong .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Stephen Gibson .... assistant property master
John J. Passanante .... paint supervisor
 
Sound Department
Sara Corrigan .... sound
Susan Sklar Friedman .... assistant sound editor
Whit Norris .... sound mixer
John Purcell .... dialogue editor
Maurice Schell .... supervising sound editor
Brian Vancho .... foley artist
Scott Warren .... boom operator
Maurice Schell .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
John Deall .... special effects crew
Tim Drnec .... special effects coordinator
Bruno Van Zeebroeck .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Marc Rubin .... visual consultant
 
Stunts
Frank L. Bare II .... stunts
Chad Camilleri .... stunts
Skip Carlsen .... stunts
Debbie Lee Carrington .... stunts
Douglas Heinrich .... stunts
Terry Jackson .... stunt double: Scott Glenn
Billy Judkins .... stunts
Tom Morga .... stunts
Bobby Porter .... stunts
Tom Proctor .... stunts
Bobby Sargent .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph D'Alessio .... still photographer
John Ditomaso .... electrician
Thomas Fenton .... grip (as Thomas H. Fenton)
Dawn Jones .... second assistant camera (as Dawn Laurel)
David A. Parks .... electrician
Darrell B. Sheldon .... dolly grip
Darrell B. Sheldon .... key grip
Gary Katsuya Ushino .... first assistant camera
Troy White .... electrician
Jay W. Yowler .... gaffer
 
Casting Department
Catrine McGregor .... casting: Utah
 
Editorial Department
Michael J. Wechsler .... assistant editor
David Block .... colorist (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Scott Doleto .... driver: grip
 
Other crew
Davyd Daniels .... stand-in (as Daryd Daniels)
Kim Davis .... stand-in
Benjamin Durrant .... stand-in
Denise Ellis .... location manager
Don Holyoak .... head wrangler: Southern Utah
Dixie Jones .... assistant production accountant
Dominic Marcus .... adr voice actor
Tyrone O'Neil .... stand-in
Karri O'Reilly .... production assistant: Cleveland
Gretchen Oehler .... script supervisor
Wendy Price .... production accountant
Julian Richards .... epk director
Michael Thompson .... production coordinator
 
Thanks
Robert Blattner .... dedicatee
Jay Leslie .... special thanks
Steve Miner .... special thanks
 

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Spain:99 min | USA:104 min
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Quotes:
Stephen Broderick:Remember how I taught you after a shower to shake the water off your head like a dog?
Jesse Broderick:Yeah.
Stephen Broderick:Well, Grandpa taught me that and some day you'll teach your kid that.
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12 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Enjoyable If You Ignore The Plot holes, 6 January 2005
Author: Mel J from Dundee, Scotland

This slightly violent thriller revolves around a serial killer who has now kidnapped a little girl. On his trail are the FBI and the twelve-year-old son of the agent leading the investigation. Although the acting is not too bad with the man playing the killer giving a very creepy performance, Scott Glen came off as being too cocky at times. On the whole, the film is quite enjoyable and stylish if you ignore the person making the most headway in the case is a twelve-year-old child!

The film's main downfall certainly has to be this kid, Jesse, who is far too perfect and intelligent to be credible (although he does make a pleasant change from the snotty, rude brats that often pop up in films these days). Also, he brings about plot holes such, as how can a boy of twelve be allowed to buy himself a plane ticket to traverse the continent, what kind of man takes his young son to a murder scene, why does the FBI give a kid access to their mainframe and why on earth is a grown man intimidated by this boy?

I think if you ignore the fact that there are many non-too-credible moments in the film, it does have the capacity to chill you. Certainly, the guy playing the killer is rather frightening. If not, you'll get a good laugh out of seeing the kid playing 'bad cop' as he tries to question a suspect, using fancy computers that are barely available now let alone in 1992/3 (his personal computer resembles something more suited to 'Star Trek') and solving the case while the grown FBI agents flounder around like incompetents.

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