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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Robert Silverberg (short story)
Jon Kroll (screenplay)
Release Date:
20 August 1995 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
A young Bohemian female artist falls in love with a hot human-eating alien and teaches him how to be more human. However, the police is on his trail. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

John Diehl ... Colonel Rosencrans

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Vint

Stacy Keach ... Emmitt Mallory

David Millbern ... Lieutenant LeBeau

Dan O'Connor ... Nick
Raymond D. Turner ... Mac

Alex Meneses ... Connie Flores
J. Marvin Campbell ... Guard

Nicole Eggert ... Amanda Patterson

Marcia Moran ... Shoper (as Marcia Shapiro)

Carol-Ann Plante ... Jessica (as Carol-Ann Planté)

René Ashton ... Shanda (as René Weisser)
Michael Bendetti ... Charlie Nobles
Edwina Moore ... News Anchor
Brett Golov ... Slacker

Richard Speight Jr. ... JoJo, Cafe Manager

Johnny Caruso ... Beatnik Bob the Bassist

Allen Cutler ... Beret, Cafe Patron

Chadd Nyerges ... Dave
Randy O'Connell ... Uniformed Cop

Ryan Holihan ... Bellman

Cindy Morgan ... Holly Hoedown, Hotel Clerk
Jefferson Wagner ... S.W.A.T. Leader
Liz Johnson ... Thelma the Waitress
Ritch Brinkley ... Bubba the Truck Driver

Andre Rosey Brown ... Trucker #1
Arnie Moore ... Trucker #2
Jessica Hahn ... TV Host
Danika Kohler Doman ... Cindy (as Danika Kohler)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Silverberg ... Talk Show Guest (uncredited)

Directed by
Jon Kroll 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Robert Silverberg (short story)

Jon Kroll (screenplay)

Produced by
Paul Colichman .... executive producer
Miles A. Copeland III .... executive producer
Larry Estes .... producer
Cindy Morgan .... associate producer
Nancy Paloian .... line producer
Jonas Thaler .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Jane Cozzi 
Michael Cozzi 
Jane Wiedlin 
 
Cinematography by
Gary Tieche 
 
Film Editing by
Brian Berdan 
 
Casting by
Donald Paul Pemrick 
 
Production Design by
M. Nord Haggerty 
 
Art Direction by
Charley Cabrera 
 
Set Decoration by
Dawn R. Ferry 
 
Costume Design by
Wendy Range Rao  (as Wendy Range)
 
Production Management
Leigh Shanta .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Athena Alexander .... second assistant director
Timothy Bird .... first assistant director (as T. Bird)
Melissa Bolton .... additional second second assistant director
Jennifer Hill .... additional second second assistant director (as Jennifer M. Hill)
Cara Howe .... additional second second assistant director
Tim Powell .... second unit director
Barbie Stein .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Susie Cabrera .... set dresser
Charlotte Gimfalk .... set dresser
Craig Lafferty .... property master
 
Sound Department
Alan Howarth .... supervising sound editor
Darrin Mann .... adr mixer
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Darrin Mann .... re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... creature effects designer
Claire Jane Vranian .... creature effects (as Claire-Jane Deacon)
 
Visual Effects by
Winston Quitasol .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Jon H. Epstein .... stunt coordinator (as Jon Epstein)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sean Patrick Crowell .... key grip
Matt Seng .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Dean E. Fronk .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Eric Upshur .... assistant costume designer
 
Music Department
Stan Ridgway .... composer: song "Mexican Radio"
 
Other crew
Karen Eachus .... script supervisor (as Karen Kirkpatrick)
Andrea A. Friedland .... production coordinator (as Andrea M. Friedland)
Carissa Green .... choreographer
Mary Jasionowski .... production accountant
Victoria Vaus .... title designer
Matt Seng .... personal assistant: actress (uncredited)
 

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Rated R for sexuality and language
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96 min
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Amanda:I always thought that when I fell in love, it would be with a musician or an artist or someone really politically active, not an alien that lives on human flesh.See more »
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Version of Amanda a mimozemstan (2014)See more »
Soundtrack:
Get ReadySee more »

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1 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
A tad on the rubbish side, 26 May 2006
Author: raypdaley182 from Coventry

Nicole Eggert was listed as the star of this, despite Micheal Dorn & Stacey Keach being much bigger stars than her.

Basically this is a bit of a spin on the "Alien lands on Earth" film. Eggert plays the girl who feels sorry for an Alien being chased by the military and takes in the runaway creature in her very sexy disguise. A bit of nudity and partial nudity, a pointless sex scene all feature along the way.

The film stumbles through a few obvious set-pieces and running jokes about being shown photographs. I quite liked the Star Trek jokes when Micheal Dorn had been taken over and he got a really cool death scene.

It was fairly obvious that Stacey Keach was going to be taken over and the film had quite a weak ending, it would have been nice to show exactly what kind of talent the Alien passed to Eggert.

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