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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Gordon Currie ... Mike Hawthorne

Stacy Grant ... Peg

Phillip Rhys ... Mitch

MYC Agnew ... Chris (as Myc Agnew)

Emmanuelle Vaugier ... Jennifer
Kelly Benson ... LisaAnne

Brendan Beiser ... Ned

Rachel Hayward ... Trish

Larry Pennell ... Grandfather

Betsy Palmer ... Grandmother
John Paul Fedele ... Morty (as Jon Fedele)

Garvin Cross ... Stephen
Byron Chief-Moon ... Crow (as Byron Chief Moon)
Ingrid Tesch ... Louise
Riley Newport ... Little Mike Hawthorne

Jody Thompson ... Crash Site Girl

Directed by
Chris Angel 
Writing credits
Kevin Richards (screenplay)

Produced by
Michele Futerman .... associate producer (as Michelle Futerman)
Mary Beth Jenner .... producer
Clint Lien .... producer
Randy Simon .... associate producer
Greg H. Sims .... executive producer
Original Music by
Robert O. Ragland 
Zoran Borisavljevic (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Brian Pearson (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Chris Angel 
Adam Coleite 
Casting by
Blair Law 
Production Design by
Walter Ockley 
Art Direction by
Christine Reimer 
Set Decoration by
Timothy Owen Thompson  (as Timothy Thompson)
Costume Design by
Pearl Bellesen 
Makeup Department
Adam Behr .... special effects makeup artist: Canada
John Carl Buechler .... special effects makeup: designer/supervisor, USA
Leah Ehman .... assistant hair stylist
Leah Ehman .... assistant makeup artist
John Paul Fedele .... makeup effects artist: USA (as Jon Fedele)
John Foster .... makeup effects artist: USA
John Foster .... production manager: USA
Brad Hardin .... makeup effects artist: USA
Brad Hardin .... shop foreman: USA
Julie Marier .... special effects makeup artist: Canada
Audrey McAngus .... special effects makeup artist: Canada
Adina Shore .... key hair stylist
Bill Terezakis .... special effects makeup artist: Canada
Monique Venier .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Robert E. Baruc .... executive in charge of production (as Robert Baruc)
Mary Beth Jenner .... unit production manager
Harry C. Jones IV .... production executive
Jacob Wellington .... production executive
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eddy Hardy .... trainee assistant director (as Ed Hardy)
Dwane Launt .... second assistant director (as Dwayne Launt)
Mike Rohl .... first assistant director (as Michael Rohl)
Ivana Siska .... third assistant director
Art Department
Dean Barker .... prop master
Dorn Beattie .... assistant art director
Michelle Hendriksen .... assistant props (as Michelle Hendrikson)
Anthony Holtslag .... lead hand (as Tony Holtslag)
Alex Kameniczky .... draftsman (as Alexander Kameniszky)
Dan Lambert .... construction coordinator
Tom McKinnon .... key scenic painter
David McLean .... storyboarding (as David MacLean)
Bruce Nichol .... carpenter
Brent Russell .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Gashtaseb Ariana .... re-recording mixer
Rick Bal .... sound mixer
Hennie Britton .... foley
Gordon Durity .... re-recording mixer
Matt Hale .... sound assistant
Michael Keeping .... foley (as Michael P. Keeping)
Gael MacLean .... sound supervisor
Jonathan McCleery .... sound assistant (as Jon McCleery)
Christine McLeod .... sound assistant
Michael Watkins .... boom operator
Gina Mueller .... adr editor (uncredited)
Gina Mueller .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Adrian Fisher .... assistant special effects: Canada
James G. Fisher .... pyrotechnician: Canada (as Jim Fisher)
James G. Fisher .... special effects: Canada (as Jim Fisher)
Michael Mabbott .... smoke effects (as L. Michael Mabbott)
Visual Effects by
Mike Hemingway .... digital visual effects producer (as Michael Hemmingway)
Michael Peterson .... visual effects compositor
Christopher Dusendschon .... hazeltine optical element timing: THDX (uncredited)
Christopher Dusendschon .... in-show optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
Marc Akerstream .... stunt coordinator
Brett Armstrong .... stunt performer
Scott J. Ateah .... stunt double: Mike (as Scott Ateah)
Ryan Ennis .... stunt double: Mitch
Kelsa Kinsly .... stunt double: Peg
Brad Loree .... stunt double: Crow
Rick Pearce .... stunt double: Grandfather
Rob Wilton .... stunt double: Chris
Chris J. Clayton .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Almas .... grip
Justin Bergler .... lamp operator
Rob De Coste .... first assistant camera (as Robert DeCoste)
Jason Drake .... still photographer
Brook M. Hewlett .... generator operator (as Brook Hewlett)
Cliff Hokanson .... Steadicam operator
Cliff Hokanson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Trevor Holbrook .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
David Hutton .... dolly grip
Finn King .... best boy
Tallis Kirby .... lamp operator
Chuck Martinez .... camera operator: "c" camera (as Charles Martinez)
John McIntosh .... gaffer
Hugh Meikle .... best boy
Randal W. Morton .... camera trainee (as Randy Morton)
Keith Mukai .... lamp operator
Trevor Schaddelee .... lamp operator (as Trevor Shaddelee)
Brian Shier .... second assistant camera
Michael Taschereau .... key grip
Dale Zucchet .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Steve Oben .... costume supervisor
Allison Roy .... costume assistant (as Alison Roy)
Leslie Cairns .... cutter sewer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Ray Chim .... editorial consultant
Ed Marx .... editorial consultant
Location Management
Kimberly Lozinski .... key location production assistant (as Kimberley Lozinski)
Brad Medhurst .... location production assistant
Wayne Morice .... location manager
Linda Yip .... assistant location manager
Music Department
William Ashford .... music editor
William Ashford .... synthesizer programming
Steve Carr .... synthesizer programming
Bill Jenkins .... music engineer
Kris Jergenson .... assistant engineer
David Manning .... synthesizer programming
Alan Oldfield .... electronic orchestrator
Alan Oldfield .... music supervisor
Robert O. Ragland .... conductor
Transportation Department
Chris J. Clayton .... transportation coordinator (as Chris Clayton)
Tuesday 'T.C.' Hogan .... driver: cast 2 (as Tuesday Hogan)
Sammy James .... transportation captain (as Sam James)
Ivan Kolar .... driver
Matt Trask .... driver: cast 1
Mark Penner .... driver: special equipment (uncredited)
Other crew
Claudette Brand .... additional title designer
Armin Chamanara .... assistant: Mr. Sims
Christopher Dorey .... production assistant (as Chris Dorey)
Julie Hill .... assistant: Mr. Lien
Grace Kim .... assistant production coordinator
Julie Kim .... assistant to the director
Renate Kviet .... production accountant
Christine Liebig .... second assistant production coordinator
Geoff Olson .... stand-in: male
Sandra Steier .... stand-in: female (as Sandy Steier)
Sabrina Temblett .... script supervisor
Gerry Therrien .... animal wrangler
Samantha Travers .... production coordinator
Lee Sollenberger .... animal trainer: rat (uncredited)
Marc Akerstream .... dedication: in precious memory of, they will be missed
Pearl Bellesen .... dedication: in precious memory of, they will be missed
Mike Covell .... the producers wish to thank
Roy Cox .... the producers wish to thank
Colin Craig .... acknowledgment: Maserati Bora courtesy of (as Mr. Colin Craig)
Alex Downie .... the producers wish to thank
David Dreilinger .... the producers wish to thank
David Edinger .... very special thanks (as David Edinger Esq.)
Arthur Evrensel .... the producers wish to thank
David Fox .... very special thanks
Jim Furlong .... very special thanks
L. Grebzleb .... very special thanks (as L. Grebzleb Ph.D)
Susanne Kemper .... the producers wish to thank
Adam Levy .... the producers wish to thank
Ed Marx .... special thanks
Herbert Pearlman .... the producers wish to thank
Stacie Rauch .... the producers wish to thank
Russ Regan .... the producers wish to thank
Ivan Saperstein .... the producers wish to thank
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"The Fear: Halloween Night" - USA (video title)
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Rated R for horror violence, language and a scene of sexuality
87 min | Argentina:97 min

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Continuity: When Mike breaks the mirror, it cracks into small fragments. Later, when he looks into it, the broken pieces are much larger.See more »
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Can this sequel be worse than the original? You Bet!, 9 September 2000
Author: BlackMonk from Tennessee

This movie was crap with a capital "C." The opening scene showed promise. But that "promise" was broken shortly after the viewer learns where the plot is going.

And the wooden statue, Morty, who was rather creepy in the original film, looks plain goofy in this one. It was so obviously just a guy in a cheap plastic costume. (And by the way, who else thinks "Morty" is one of the most un-scary names on planet earth? It ranks right up there with "Jimmy" or "Fred" when it comes to horror value. Or why not just name the wooden statute Henry-freakin'-Kissinger. "Run, it's Dr. Kissinger!" That'd be about as scary as "Morty.)

And then there's a scene where the "hero" hits his father's tombstone with---"a sledgehammer?" you might guess--"a two-by-four?" someone might venture. No, he angrily beats his father's tombstone with a twig---a freakin' twig. But worse than that, once the characters walk away, the tombstone actually, and inexplicably, bleeds. Oh brother!

There's also a Native American guy who lives with the main character's grandparents, but apparently, does nothing except Morty-maintenance. He perpetuates creepy Morty-legends, warns those who scoff, and even fixes Morty's arm when it becomes damaged during a childish prank. But for all his respect for and tenderness toward Morty, does Morty give a rat's hairy behind? No.

The movie drags on, and eventually several people die in ways that correspond to their worst fears (sort of). This film is a real yawner. Don't rent it.

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