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Fever -- A struggling artist (Parker) is implicated in a string of macabre murders.

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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Alex Winter (written by)
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Release Date:
30 November 2000 (Malaysia) See more »
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Tagline:
Who Can You Trust... When You No Longer Trust Yourself... See more »
Plot:
A struggling artist (Parker) is implicated in a string of macabre murders. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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VERY EERIE, FANTASTIC SETS See more (25 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Henry Thomas ... Nick Parker

David O'Hara ... Will

Teri Hatcher ... Charlotte Parker

Bill Duke ... Detective Glass
Sándor Técsy ... Sidney Miskiewicz
Irma St. Paule ... Mrs. Rhula Miskiewicz

Alex Kilgore ... Adam Dennis

Marisol Padilla Sánchez ... Soledad
Patricia Dunnock ... Sophie Parker
Helen Hanft ... Louisa
Remak Ramsay ... Richard Parker
Lisby Larson ... Eleanor Parker
Jon Tracy ... Leonard Wooley
Charles E. Gerber ... Bob
Ken Comer ... Detective Comer

William H. Burns ... Detective Burns (as William Henry Burns)
Guy Griffis ... Jimmy
Nan Wilson ... Bea
Yehuda Duenyas ... Erle
Thomas C. Rainone ... Officer Field (as Tom Rainone)
Larry Fishman ... Young Nick Parker
Nina Polan ... Polish Woman Witness

Tom Stern ... Angry Drunk
Jilly Crook ... Luisa (voice)

Alex Halpern ... Art Mover
Noah Hunter ... Art Mover

Donnell Rawlings ... Cop
Steven Ranelli ... Cop
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amy de Lucia ... Witness

Alex Winter ... Subway Passenger (uncredited)
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Directed by
Alex Winter 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Alex Winter (written by)

Produced by
Graham Bradstreet .... executive producer
Christian Martin .... producer
Ali Lou Mitchell .... executive producer
Connie Tavel .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Joe Delia 
 
Cinematography by
Joe DeSalvo 
 
Film Editing by
Thom Zimny 
 
Casting by
Todd Thaler  (as Todd M. Thaler)
 
Production Design by
Mark Ricker 
 
Set Decoration by
Carol Silverman 
 
Costume Design by
Azan Kung 
 
Production Management
Melissa Marr .... production manager
P. Scott Nelson .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jamie Nicholette Frey .... second second assistant director (as Jamie Frey)
John M. Tyson .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Pierre Rovira .... construction coordinator
Michelle Schluter-Ford .... art department coordinator (as Michelle Schluter)
Daniel Geary .... construction foreman (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Coll Anderson .... production sound mixer
Coll Anderson .... sound re-recording mixer
Coll Anderson .... supervising sound editor
Brian Bowles .... dialogue editor
Andrew Bracken .... assistant sound editor
Andrew Bracken .... sound effects recordist
Frank Morrone .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Primmer .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Rob Benevides .... special effects makeup
 
Visual Effects by
Jeff Barnes .... executive producer: Computercafe
Mike Bozulich .... digital effects supervisor: Computercafe
Brandon Davis .... digital effects artist
Akira Orikasa .... digital artist: ComputerCafe
Tom Williamson .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Bill Anagnos .... stunt driver
Stephanie Finochio .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Calalang .... first assistant camera: second camera
Jeffrey A. Danielson .... best boy electric
Gregory L. Edwards .... dolly grip
James J. Ferris .... electrician
Daryl Furr .... electrician
Michael Ginsburg .... still photographer
Rob Salviotti .... assistant camera
Sean Sheridan .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jonathan Strauss .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Stephanie S. Kim .... assistant costume designer
Erik Marcisak .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Jason Brodkey .... assistant editor
Robert Leaton .... colorist
Patricia Sztaba .... negative matcher
Stan Sztaba .... negative matcher
Laura Weinberg .... apprentice editor
 
Music Department
David Polemeni .... music consultant
 
Other crew
Christopher Buck .... producer asst
Claudio Kuhn .... production assistant
Spencer Millman .... production assistant
Jenny Schweitzer .... assistant production coordinator
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence, language, and brief nudity
Runtime:
Argentina:110 min | France:95 min | USA:92 min
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Iceland:16 | Malaysia:U (cut version) | Malaysia:18SG (uncut version) | Portugal:M/12 (video premiere) | UK:15 | USA:R

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Trivia:
Director Cameo: ['Alex Winter']one of the train's departing passengers when Nick is getting on the subway.See more »
Quotes:
Nick:(to Will) You sick bastard!See more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
VERY EERIE, FANTASTIC SETS, 28 July 2003
Author: kida_fish from BOMBAY, INDIA

To put it plainly, the movie revolves around this artist, who is so deeply disturbed by the gruesome murders of his landlord and his (landlord's) mother, that he becomes pallid and starts hallucinating. Now, why do the murders have such febrile effects on him and does he actually hallucinate, is where lies the suspense of the movie. Though a fairly simple movie with just a handful of characters, ‘FEVER' can be put under the rubric of scary movies. There is always an air of eeriness throughout the movie, with an abrupt ‘shocking' scene popping up every now and then, with a high potential to chill the bones most of the viewers. Much of the credit for what the movie is, should be given to the acting, mainly of the prime two characters, ‘Nick' and ‘Will', played by Henry Thomas and David O'Hara respectively. While Henry Thomas does a pretty good job of a person ‘spooked' by the murders in the movie, it is David O'Hara, who puts up a splendid performance, by acting as a mentally deranged, ‘psycho' Irishman, who is a sailor, and is a staunch believer of Nazism. The presence of such a character in the movie actually makes it spookier, than it already is. Along with good acting, the direction is pretty decent, too, maintaining just the right amount of the funereal atmosphere throughout, without going overboard with gory details. However, worth mentioning is this particular scene, which can be said as the pivotal scene of the movie, in which ‘Nick' encounters ‘Will', in a train: Though there is very little flaw in the direction in the rest of the movie, this particular scene, especially being a crucial one, is so grossly misdirected, that it ruins the build-up to it. Either this scene should have had more attention paid to the minor details, which are seriously flawed, (and do much damage to it) or else, it could've done without the backdrop of an underground train-ride, and could have done with a much less complicated backdrop.

The movie has all the elements of a spook-thriller, and is scary from the beginning to the end, building up to a good suspense. The overall feel of the movie is also well maintained, without trying to give too much detail to gore, and primarily paying attention to maintain the stolid and chilling atmosphere, in a very subtle manner.

Rating:7/10

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