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Twilight of the Dogs (1995)

| Sci-Fi, Thriller
It's the 22nd century. Sam Asgarde, an ex-military pilot, is one of the few who survived a worldwide plague. He had to deliver a "drop" from his plane and has felt guilt ever since. He ... See full summary »

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Tim Sullivan ...
Sam Asgarde
Ralph C. Bluemke ...
Reverend Zerk (as Ralph Bluemke)
Gage Sheridan ...
Karuy
Ellen Hart ...
Sara
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Deacon Hill
John Brennan ...
Deacon Blue
James H. Housely ...
Derian (as James Housely)
Collin McKinstrie ...
Joshua
Andrew Martineau ...
Jonathan
Donna Abrahms ...
Espee
Stephanie Clark ...
Melody
Chuck Young ...
Quine
Randall Shepperd ...
Machete Dog
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Greg Coale ...
Whiz Deacon
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It's the 22nd century. Sam Asgarde, an ex-military pilot, is one of the few who survived a worldwide plague. He had to deliver a "drop" from his plane and has felt guilt ever since. He faces the biggest challenge of his life when he must save the world from a religious cult leader who wishes to eradicate all survivors except for a chosen few. However, Sam knows that there is a wondrous woman, Karuy, who is a mysterious and perhaps extraterrestrial woman, yet who loves him, and might be able to solve his problems -- if only he can save her life. Written by fkelleghan@aol.com

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The future is coming... and it's not a pretty sight!

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Screenwriter Tim Sullivan loved science fiction and horror movies when he was growing up. The cow that is central to the plot of this movie is named Gertrude, named after the duck in Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959), one of his favorite films. See more »

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Sam Asgarde: Alas, Babylon!
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Crazy Credits

After the final credits, a blooper is shown. Sullivan (Asgarde) and Sheridan (Keruy) are lying in bed, and Asgarde is saying, "I've been so ... so foolish." Sheridan says, "You have been," and then starts laughing. After a few seconds, Sullivan realizes it's a blooper/joke, and he bursts into laughter too. See more »

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Giant spiders and a HOT Redhead! What more could a man want?
21 February 2003 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

Twilight of the Dogs is an entertaining film about life on Earth after a germ warfare accident. Gage Sheridan plays a half human/ half alien but 100% gorgeous redheaded babe trying to save the last of mankind from the plague. This may have been her first acting role, but she was excellent and she made her character heroic, sympathetic and completely believable. Kent Burton's amazing stop motion animation brought giant spiders to life on film. Director John Ellis made the end of the world believable on film and even had a genuine BMP tank captured during Desert Storm. Don't miss this film!


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