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Release Date:
2 October 1998 (USA) See more »
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So much flesh, so little time. See more »
Plot:
The place is Helverton, Colorado, a town of about 350,000 people. 15-year-old Genevieve Gage and her... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Kevin Gage ... Mike Gage

Elizabeth Peña ... Toni Gage

Brett Harrelson ... Steve Christian

Robert Englund ... Jackson Roth

Linda Cardellini ... Genevieve Gage

Tucker Smallwood ... Capt. Churchill Robbins

Ivonne Coll ... Rose Stravelli

Amy Smart ... Angela Stravelli

Dee Snider ... Capt. Howdy / Carleton Hendricks
Amal Rhoe ... Tiana Moore

Robert LaSardo ... Matt Myers
Andrew Cooper ... Victim Bob (as Andy Cooper)
Archie Smith ... Elderly Man
Lois Hicks ... Mental Institution Nurse
Carey Westbrook ... Sam the Orderly (as Carey Louis Westbrook)

Jillian McWhirter ... Carol Anne Chalmers-Perez
Pat Mahoney ... Wade Forrester
Lisa Nelson ... Reporter #1
Sheila Ivy Traister ... Reporter #2
Barbara Champion ... Sunny MacIntosh
Leslie Wing ... Madeline Roth
Xanthe Cook ... Kelly Roth
John Lindsey ... Newscaster
Laurence Curry ... Patrolman Young (as Laurence A. Curry)

Mark Bailey ... E.M.T. Dan Hauser
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bob Abuse ... BiLE (Band)
Jaymz Alexander ... BiLE (Band)
R.H. Bear ... BiLE (Band)

Lisa K. Crosato (as Lisa Crosato)
Larry Curry Jr. ... Patrolman Young (as Laurence A. Curry)
Krsztoff ... BiLE (Band)
Fort LaCourt ... BiLE (Band)

J. Cooch Lucchese ... BiLE (band)
Brett Pirozzi ... BiLE (Band)
Sin-D ... BiLE (Band)
Michael Herst ... Patrolmen Harris (uncredited)
John Stewart ... TV cameraman (uncredited)

Directed by
John Pieplow 
 
Writing credits
Dee Snider 

Produced by
David L. Bushell .... producer
Joseph J. DiMartino .... executive producer
Larry Meistrich .... executive producer
Dee Snider .... producer
 
Original Music by
Anton Sanko 
 
Cinematography by
Goran Pavicevic 
 
Film Editing by
Jeff Kushner 
Joe Woo Jr. 
 
Casting by
Lee Ann Groff 
 
Production Design by
Debbie DeVilla 
 
Art Direction by
Charles Kulsziski 
 
Set Decoration by
Lydia Marks 
 
Costume Design by
Jillian Kreiner 
 
Makeup Department
Michael Burnett .... special makeup effects artist
Michael J. Chaille .... special makeup effects shop foreman
Rebecca Gifford .... key makeup artist
Sabine Roller .... key hair stylist
Brett Stern .... special makeup effects artist
Jeff Tatman .... makeup designer
Jeff Tatman .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Ray Angelic .... unit production manager
David L. Bushell .... unit production manager
Peter T. DaPuzzo .... unit manager
Jamey Pryde .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Lee Baron .... second unit director
Bill Blyler .... second second assistant director
Thomas Burke .... first assistant director (as Thomas M. Burke)
Maximillian D. Day .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jo Ann Bender .... set dresser
Max Biscoe .... art director: re-shoots
P.J. Davenport .... painter
Chris DesMarais .... property master
Chris Dysart .... scenic artist
David Hedge .... construction coordinator
Ari Krepostman .... intern
Lisa McElroy .... set dresser
John Monroe .... carpenter
Janine Pesce .... assistant property master
Renye Rees .... scenic artist
Tony Smusz .... set dresser
Laura VanTine .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
Eric A. Christoffersen .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby (as Eric A. Christofferson)
Ajae Clearway .... assistant sound editor
Ryan Collison .... foley artist
Thomas A. Gulino .... foley editor
Bobby Johanson .... adr engineer
Gabriel Kitinski .... sound mixer
Peter Kitinski .... boom operator
George A. Lara .... foley engineer
George A. Lara .... foley mixer
Lisa J. Levine .... adr supervisor
Eric McAllister .... editing room assistant
James H. Nau .... sound effects editor
Mary Ellen Porto .... dialogue editor
Jacob Ribicoff .... adr editor
Ahmad Shirazi .... supervising sound editor (as Maddy Shirazi)
Dominick Tavella .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Vancho .... foley artist
Ananda Yorty .... sound intern
 
Special Effects by
Dan Gates .... special effects makeup
Jeff Jackson .... special effects makeup
Tuck John Porter .... special effects lab technician
Dirk Rogers .... special effects technician: M.B.P production
Dirk Rogers .... lab technician: M.B.P. (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Matthew R. Anderson .... stunt double: Kevin Gage
Perry Barndt .... utility stunts
Michael Lee Baron .... stunt coordinator
John Blenkhorn .... utility stunts
John Cade .... assistant stunt coordinator
Warren A. Stevens .... utility stunts
Robert Wood .... stunt double: Howdy (as Bob Wood)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Randy Allen .... grip
William Ambrose .... best boy grip
John Blenkhorn .... Steadicam operator
Daryl Didier .... electrician
Tom Fendley .... best boy electric
Anthony Gotta .... gaffer: additional photography
Jeff Hall .... gaffer
Billy Holdson .... additional assistant camera
Kevin Kansy .... grip
Sanjay Kapoor .... first assistant camera
Alexandra Kravetz .... second assistant camera
Richard A. Ludt .... key grip
David S. Marfield .... videographer
Gene Page .... still photographer
David Quint .... remote camera operator
David A. Seekins .... second assistant camera
Jessie Shows .... additional assistant camera
John Stewart .... set lighting
 
Casting Department
Mark Bailey .... extras casting
David Heber .... extras casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Houston Sams .... assistant costume designer (as C. Houston Sams)
 
Editorial Department
Craig Cobb .... additional assistant editor
Vivian Hengsteler .... negative cutter
Paul Leonardo Jr. .... post-production coordinator
Nadine Finzi Maybruck .... assistant editor
Dan Muscarella .... color timer
Michael Struk .... additional assistant editor
Joe Woo Jr. .... additional editor
 
Music Department
Gwen Bethel .... music clearances
Phil Carson .... executive in charge of music
Louis Cerborino .... music editor
Barry Cole .... music supervisor
Denny McNerney .... score mixer
Denny McNerney .... score recordist
Gordon Minette .... orchestrator
 
Transportation Department
Dale Moser .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Keith Alexander .... piercing consultant
Liz Augustine .... body double: Linda Cardellini
Sarah J. Brown .... script supervisor
Leonard John Bruno .... promotions
Andrea F. Cannistraci .... production legal
Elaine Diamond .... computer graphic artist
Steven T. Duke .... assistant location manager (as Steven Duke)
Bill Greenfield .... set production assistant: re-shoots
Susan Hartmann .... assistant production coordinator
Elizabeth Holt .... production intern
Jonathan Manzo .... location manager
David S. Marfield .... writer/director: "porno" footage
Robert Ortiz .... production coordinator
David Pollack .... unit publicist
Michael Rath .... production accountant
Christopher I. Russell .... assistant production accountant
Mary Sunshine .... post-production accountant
Spring Sutter .... assistant post-production accountant
Crista Giuliani .... production assistant (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Dee Snider's StrangeLand" - USA (promotional title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for strong graphic torture/violence, language, nudity and sexuality
Runtime:
85 min | Argentina:92 min
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Certification:
Argentina:16 | Australia:R | Denmark:15 | Germany:18 (JK/SPIO) | Iceland:16 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #36303)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Dee Snider makes at least two references to co-star Robert Englund's most famous character Freddy Krueger. First is as Carleton Hendricks recovers from his fall from the tree. As he sits up he says, "What a rush" in a very passable "Freddy" voice, one of the many one-liners uttered by Freddy Krueger during the series. The second reference is when he's fighting Detective Gage in the church. He says, "First you dream, then you die," a reference to the plot of the Freddy Krueger/A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) series.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: There is a newspaper next to a barking dog. The newspaper jumps from place to place on the driveway. A man in a red robe picks up the paper and in the next shot of the driveway the paper is gone. Then it re-appears in the driveway, again jumping from place to place, then disappears again.See more »
Quotes:
Captain Howdy:[while fighting with Mike Gage] First you dream, then you dieSee more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Killing Us Softly 3 (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
In LeagueSee more »

FAQ

What are the differences between the R-rated version and the Unrated version?
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10 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
they shoot horses don't they, 31 August 2003
Author: davphv

Put this movie out of it's misery and burn the negatives. What am I saying? The whole movie was negative. Fortunately, only a very few would find this movie the least bit appealing. This is what the vast American majority would call too much sex and violence. It will probably show up on some non-premium cable channel someday just for the shock value, but after editing out the nudity (most of the violence will stay) all that will be left is 45 minutes of really bad acting interspersed with 45 minutes of commercials. There are just too many starving actors in Hollywood.

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