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The 4th Floor -- A woman inherits a rent-controlled apartment and is terrorized by a neighbor.

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People are dying to live in this building.
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A woman inherits a rent-controlled apartment and is terrorized by a neighbor. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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There's Hell beneath your feet on the 4th Floor See more (46 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Juliette Lewis ... Jane Emelin

William Hurt ... Greg Harrison

Shelley Duvall ... Martha Stewart

Austin Pendleton ... Mr. Collins

Tobin Bell ... The Lock Smith

Artie Lange ... Jerry

Sabrina Grdevich ... Cheryl
Lorna Millican ... Mrs. Bryant
George Pottle ... Mr. Bryant

Robert Costanzo ... Exterminator
Ardon Bess ... Hardware Owner

Heidi Jo Markel ... Ashley
Mark A. Owen ... TV Delivery Man (as Mark Owen)

Ho Chow ... Korean Owner

Dwight McFee ... Policeman #1
Grant Vetters ... Policeman #2 (as Grant Vedders)
Wally MacKinnon ... Policeman #3 (as Wally McKinnon)
Steven Tobias ... Passerby
Robbie O'Neill ... Businessman (as Robbie O'Neil)
Paul Oullette ... Tango Man (as Paul Ouellette)
Todd Green ... Tango Woman / Man
Barry Gardner ... Hippie Man
Margaret Williams ... Hippie Woman
Hillary Allan ... Small Girl
Rose Day ... Haggard Woman

Directed by
Josh Klausner 
 
Writing credits
Josh Klausner (written by)

Produced by
Boaz Davidson .... producer
Naomi Despres .... producer
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Danny Lerner .... executive producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
John Thompson .... producer
William Vince .... producer
Brad Weston .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Brian Tyler 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Slovis (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Tricia Cooke 
 
Casting by
Abra Edelman 
Elisa Goodman 
 
Production Design by
Tim Galvin  (as Timothy Galvin)
 
Art Direction by
Barbra Matis 
 
Set Decoration by
Jane Manchee 
 
Costume Design by
Margaret Mohr 
 
Makeup Department
Ian C. Ballard .... key hair stylist (as Ian Ballard)
Jocelyne Bellemare .... key makeup artist
Madeleine Raiche .... assistant hair stylist
Bianca Vaillancourt .... assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Todd Gilbert .... post-production supervisor
Ritch Renaud .... unit manager
Kim Steer .... unit production manager
Dave Duce .... production manager (uncredited)
Daniel Hank .... production manager: New York (uncredited)
Greg Milton .... unit manager: second unit (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Warren Hanna .... second second assistant director
Timothy M. Hogan .... second assistant director (as Tim Hogan)
Kelsey T. Howard .... first assistant director (as Kelsey Howard)
Shawn Pegg .... trainee assistant director
Andrew M. Robinson .... second assistant director (as Andrew Robinson)
Greg Milton .... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Rebecca Bossé .... art department production assistant
S. Wayne Clark .... set painter (as Wayne Clark)
Raymond Conely .... carpenter
Gary Davidson .... set painter
Philip Drisdelle .... carpenter (as Phillip Drisdelle)
Alastair Fox .... carpenter
Barry Gardner .... on-set painter
Robert Godin .... construction coordinator
Tory Haines .... set dresser
Michael Holleran .... on-set dresser (as Mike Holleran)
Toni Hoper .... set painter
Teresa Jenkins .... property master
Frank Johnston .... carpenter
Aaron Kyte .... set decorator production assistant
Michael Lewis .... paintings: Locksmith
Don Macaulay .... assistant art director (as Don MacAulay)
Gregory T. McCoy .... on-set carpenter (as Greg McCoy)
Faith McFarland .... assistant property master
Andrew McKendy .... set dresser
Stephen Morgan .... head carpenter
Tony Owen .... lead painter
Dan Owens .... assistant set decorator
Randy Riley .... carpenter
Dean G. Roberts .... carpenter (as Dean Roberts)
Bill Rogers .... carpenter helper
Joseph L. Ross .... carpenter (as Joseph Ross)
Paul Schofield .... scenic painter
Carol-Ann Smith .... scenic painter (as Carol Ann Smith)
Heather Snider .... set painter
James Tumblin .... scenic painter
Jared Valentine .... props production assistant
Tommy Walsh .... assistant property master
Kerri Wylie .... buyer
Kerri Wylie .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Ryan Davidson .... adr recordist
Dee Dee Davis .... adr supervisor
Bryan Franklin .... sound editor
Glenn Gaines .... sound mixer
Mike Gaines .... boom operator
Marc Gosselin .... sound trainee
Jack Grillo .... dialogue editor
Zoe Platek .... foley recordist
Zoe Platek .... sound editor
Paul Ratajczak .... re-recording mixer
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Kira Roessler .... sound editor (as Kira)
Eric Shemkovitz .... assistant sound editor
Eric Thorngren .... additional re-recording mixer
Jonathan Wales .... re-recording mixer
Brett Williams .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Gary Coates .... special effects coordinator
Daniel O'Grady .... assistant special effects (as Dan O'Grady)
 
Visual Effects by
Brian Fortenberry .... optical line-up
Julie Landholt .... graphic artist (as Julie K. Landholt)
Christopher Dusendschon .... hazeltine optical element timing: THDX (uncredited)
Christopher Dusendschon .... in-show optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Jason Cavalier .... stunt double: Collins/Locksmith
Mike Chute .... stunt double: Greg
Nathalie Girard .... stunt double: Jane
John Walsh .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Neil Andrews .... rigging grip
Douglas Betts .... rigging grip
Yvon Boudrias .... key grip (as Yvonne Boudrias)
Marc Brault .... grip
Mike Buhler .... generator operator
James Connop .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Claude Gervais .... best boy grip
Kharen Hill .... special stills
Cliff Hokanson .... Steadicam
Cliff Hokanson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Trevor Holbrook .... first assistant camera
Glenn Ingersoll .... grip (as Glenn Ingorsol)
George Landrecht .... best boy electric
Alan Langis .... lamp operator (as Allan Langis)
Danny Leadley .... technician
Sebastian MacLean .... lamp operator
Mike McDonald .... grip
Tico Poulakakis .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
David Reilly IV .... rigging grip (as David Reilly)
Glen D. Ross .... still photographer (as Glen Ross)
Lawrence Smith .... lamp operator
Peter S. Smith .... gaffer (as Peter Smith)
Peter Sweeney .... second assistant camera
Andrew Tidby .... camera trainee
Ken Myers .... video tape operator: New York (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jaime DiPaolo .... casting: Saint John (as Jaime Dipaolo)
Jaime DiPaolo .... extras casting (as Jaime Dipaolo)
Marjorie Lecker .... casting consultant: Toronto (as Margorie Lecker)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carolyn Bahen .... set supervisor
Mary Louise Cunningham .... assistant costume designer
Geraldine Floyd .... truck costumer
Willa Mavis .... wardrobe buyer
Sarah Wishart .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Saul Escobedo .... color timer
Dana Lati Grobman .... post-production coordinator
Fernando Villena .... assistant editor
George Koran .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Amanda Bigger .... locations production assistant
Randy Cable .... locations production assistant
Janet Clarke .... location manager
Robert Cotterill .... locations production assistant (as Rob Cotterill)
Tracy Elliot .... locations production assistant
Nicola Haig .... locations production assistant
Mark Hemmings .... locations scout
Pierre Huard .... locations production assistant
Tara McHugh .... locations scout
Scott Mudge .... locations production assistant
Sean Patterson .... trainee assistant location manager
Dan Pelchat .... assistant locations manager
Kim Thorne .... locations production assistant
Rick Turner .... locations production assistant
 
Music Department
Gary Krause .... recording engineer
Christopher Lennertz .... orchestrations
Michael Nielsen .... music editor
Brian Tyler .... arranger: compositions
Brian Tyler .... conductor: compositions
Jeff Vaughn .... recording engineer
 
Transportation Department
Derek Bury .... daily driver
Beth Carter .... driver: cast
Ronald Collier .... driver: cast (as Ron Collier)
Rod Ernest .... driver
William Gaudet .... daily driver
Greg Harnish .... daily driver
Steve Janes .... daily driver
Bill Lewis .... transportation coordinator
Ben Martin .... driver
Scott McRae .... daily driver
Scott Steel .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Tsila Adler .... assistant accountant
Sue Arbuthnot .... assistant: Mr. Hurt
Erinn Arnold .... assistant craft services
Lisa Barry .... chef
Donald Bruce .... post-production accountant
Penelope Bunsen .... post-production accountant
Martine Béland .... script supervisor trainee (as Martin Beland)
Lora Crouchman .... office production assistant
Shobi Devani .... financial controller
Linda Dubuc .... insurance broker: Taillefer Desjardins Inc.
Jason Filardi .... assistant: Ms. Lewis
Jason E. Frankel .... legal: Barab, Kline & Coate LLP
John Goodridge .... assistant chef
Barbara Goodwin .... security coordinator
Pierre Guevremont .... production accountant
Nigel Harrison .... key production assistant
Tracie Jones .... craft service
Alisha Losier .... stand-in: Ms. Lewis
Jim Lovisek .... wrangler: insects/rodents
Ed McNamara .... producer trainee
Donna McVicar .... accounting clerk
Rob Merilees .... production executive
Greg Milton .... unit publicist
James D. Murphy .... legal: Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales
Susan Novotny .... assistant wrangler
Jennifer Rae Smith .... title coordinator
Justine Richards .... security captain
Charles Hart Rivard .... assistant accountant (as Charles Rivard)
Charles Hart Rivard .... post-production accountant (as Charles H. Rivard)
Jennifer Rocca .... office secretary
Eva B. Schmieg .... legal: Heenan Blaikie
David Sitzman .... contract administrator
Jacques Taillefer .... insurance broker: Taillefer Desjardins Inc. (as Jaques Taillefer)
Christina Toy .... production coordinator
Pat Vaughn .... stand-in: Mr. Hurt
Grant Vetters .... assistant production coordinator
Jill Wakeman .... assistant: Ms. Despres
Kimi Webber .... script supervisor (as Kimi Weber)
Simon Wells .... assistant: Mr. Klausner
Keith E. Cooper .... legal (uncredited)
Dave Duce .... assistant: Avi Lerner (uncredited)
David L. Hall .... production assistant (uncredited)
Eric A. Marx .... assistant to production manager: New York (uncredited)
Nadezda Vukicevic .... production assistant: New York City (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Julia Baier .... special thanks
Hyatt Bass .... special thanks
Ethan Coen .... special thanks
Joel Coen .... special thanks (as Joel)
Bobby Farrelly .... special thanks
Peter Farrelly .... special thanks (as Peter)
Lisa Henson .... special thanks
Janice Huff .... special thanks
Steve Klausner .... special thanks (as Steven Klausner)
Deborah Klein .... special thanks
Janet Knudsen .... special thanks
Mark Levine .... special thanks
Dawn Millar .... special thanks
Nic Ratner .... special thanks
Jon Rosen .... special thanks
Michael Shrager .... special thanks
Frank Thelord .... special thanks
Helen Ullio .... special thanks
Jill Weinstein .... special thanks
Joanne Wiles .... special thanks
Janet Yang .... special thanks
Andy Young .... special thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Rated R for terror/violence and language
Runtime:
90 min
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Goofs:
Continuity: As Jane stomps on the floor of her apartment trying to make the hanging plaque fall on Collins, glass is present and her foot is bleeding. After the plaque falls, Jane tries to retrieve the knife Collins dropped. The soles of her feet are visible and there is no blood.See more »
Quotes:
Greg Harrison:[on television] Good morning! Rise and shine and get out of bed, New York City, wipe that sleep out of your eyes! Come on everybody, don't be a plain Jane.
Greg Harrison:[blows a whistle] And...
Greg Harrison:[sings and dances] Rise and shine, now give out your glory glory/ Rise and shine, now give out your glory glory/Rise and shine and... give out your glory glory!
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Movie Connections:
References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)See more »
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15 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
There's Hell beneath your feet on the 4th Floor, 10 June 2004
Author: sol1218 from brooklyn NY

Effective and original little thriller set on the island of Manhattan about a young woman terrorized in her rent-controlled apartment by unknown forces that want her out.

Juliette Lewis, Jane Ehelin, is at her feisty best as the victim of this horror drama who won't let herself be driven out of her apartment as the terror below her that at first is just annoying begins to turn deadly. The movie "The 4th Floor" has a lot of false leads as to who the person or persons are that are terrorizing the hell out of Jane. If your very attentive you'll notice something almost at the beginning of the movie, that is repeated in the films final sequence, why all of this is happening to her.

After her Aunt Cecile was killed from a fall down the stairs of her building it was found out in Aunt Cecile's lease that she put Jaen on it as co-occupant to her apartment. Jane was all set to move in with her boyfriend Greg Harrison, William Hurt, a local TV weatherman in the house that he just bought in the New York city suburb of Westchester County. Jaen instead canceled her plans in order to move into that empty and very affordable apartment in the city. As soon as Jaen moved in things began to happen all originating from the 4th floor, the apartment just underneath her.

The director and writer of the movie "The 4th Floor" leave a lot of red herrings as well as yellow and orange maggots and white and gray mice to what is behind all this and you almost suspect everyone in the movie that Jaen comes in contact with. The ending is quite a surprise because even when it comes it still may keep you hanging as to what was the reason for tormenting Jaen and driving her almost mad and out of her brownstone apartment. The very last scene in the movie really explains it all.

Besides Juliette Lewis William Hurt is very good in an unusually small but important role so are Shelley Duvall, Martha Stewart, no not the Martha Stewart in the news. There's also Austin Pendleton, Mr. Collins, as Jaen's neighbors and a very good performance by Tobin Bell the locksmith and next-door neighbor of Jean who knew a lot more to what was happening in Jane's building then what he let her on to.

Tension-pack and really creepy movie that will make your skin crawl as Jaen is slowly constricted by the four walls around her as the terror, that's a lot closer to her then she thinks, closes in on her for the movies surprising as well as really weird and shocking conclusion."The 4th Floor" is a lot better then you would, or I did, expect from many of the negative reviews that it got and is well worth seeing.

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