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Director:
Writers (WGA):
John Carpenter (teleplay) and
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Release Date:
13 June 1999 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The hunt is on. You're the Prey.
Plot:
A small town deals with an invasion of rattlesnakes. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Harry Hamlin ... Vic Rondelli

Shannon Sturges ... Mandy Stratford

David Spielberg ... Mayor Parker

Patty McCormack ... Vera Conrad

Beau Billingslea ... George Mitchell

Phillip Troy Linger ... Dr. Matthew Watkins

Jack Scalia ... Max Farrington
David Whitney ... Ken
David Webb ... Sheriff Howell
Carolyn Bock ... Anita Young

Beth Champion ... Karen
Sandra Bell ... Laura Holden
Kirsty Boden ... Tammy Holden
Darce Florio ... Anita's Friend

Paul Tassone ... Stranded Motorist
Nathalie Roy ... Lacey
Mark Fairall ... Jack Kelly

Dominic Purcell ... Truck Driver
Daniel Murphy ... Jake
Amanda Dettrick ... Mrs. Parker (as Amanda Mires)
Antonia Murphy ... Olivia Porter
Katy Charles ... Victim's Wife
Tom Betts ... Little League Father
Marc Arena ... Kirk
Michael Langdon ... Lance Parker
John Walkin ... Umpire

Directed by
Noel Nosseck 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
John Carpenter (teleplay) and
William S. Gilmore (teleplay) (as William Gilmore) and
Matt Dorff (teleplay)

Patricia Arrigoni (story) &
Fred Brown (story)

Produced by
Richard D. Arredondo .... producer (as Rick Arredondo)
Ted Babcock .... co-producer
William S. Gilmore .... co-executive producer (as William Gilmore)
Leslie Lipton .... co-producer
Peter Sadowski .... associate producer
Robert M. Sertner .... executive producer
Erik Storey .... co-producer
Randy Sutter .... producer
Frank von Zerneck .... executive producer
H. Daniel Whitman .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Tavera 
 
Cinematography by
John Stokes (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Tod Feuerman 
 
Casting by
Susan Glicksman 
Fern Orenstein 
 
Production Design by
Jon Dowding 
 
Set Decoration by
Paul Hurrell 
 
Costume Design by
Graham Purcell 
 
Makeup Department
Margaret Stevenson .... make-up and hair supervisor
 
Production Management
Troy Clarke .... unit manager
Julie Forster .... unit production manager
Skates Naiman .... production supervisor (as 'Skates' Naiman)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bob Howard .... first assistant director
Angela McPherson .... second assistant director (as Angella McPherson)
Dean Mountford .... additional third assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Chrissy Feld .... props
 
Sound Department
Wayne Artman .... re-recording mixer
Greg Burgmann .... production sound mixer
Chris David .... re-recording mixer
Robert L. Harman .... re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Mont Fieguth .... special effects coordinator
Matt Sloan .... animatronics technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Craig Weiss .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Danny Baldwin .... stunt coordinator
Sue Baldwin .... stunt department coordinator (uncredited)
Haydn Dalton .... stunts (uncredited)
Nick McKinless .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Phil Cross .... camera operator
Brett Marks .... key grip
Ken Moffatt .... gaffer
Andrew Railton .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Tom McSweeney .... casting: Australia, Maura Fay Casting
 
Editorial Department
Christopher Campbell .... post production coordinator
Pam Sharp .... assistant editor
Eric Whipp .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Terri Fricon .... music supervision
Marty Wereski .... music editor
Scott Cochran .... music engineer (uncredited)
Billy Martin .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Truck Humphries .... vehicle coordinator (as 'Truck' Humphries)
 
Other crew
Lyn Aronson .... script supervisor
Annie McEvoy .... production coordinator
Jamie McGuire .... production assistant: los angeles
Jamie McLennan .... location manager
Rachel Leigh Anderson .... stand-in (uncredited)
Nancy Mouton .... assistant to executive producers Robert M. Sertner and Frank von Zerneck (uncredited )
 

Production CompaniesDistributorsOther Companies
  • Maura Fay Group  casting: Australia, Tom McSweeney (as Maura Fay Casting)

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91 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
This was based on "Fangs", a script John Carpenter did back in the 1970s when he wrote as a gun for hire. In the original, according to Carpenter himself, there were scares and jumps all over the place. One scene included a man who hears a rattle, thinks it's his infant, and finds a rattlesnake in the crib.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: When they pull Mandy out of the mine with the bulldozer, the lever that the operator pulls would not, in reality, stop the bulldozer.See more »

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1 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
hacks use every Hollywood cliché in hopes of furthering careers, 17 February 2008
Author: drystyx from United States

This is standard movie fare done extremely bad. Big rattlesnakes kill people, and the people who know how dangerous the snakes are can't get anyone to listen. The writers and director try to use every cliché to further their careers. The pity is that this usually works. We're also inundated with the all American look of every man having dark hair and every woman having blonde hair, a neo-Nazi trend used to glorify the Hitler Nazi machine by many movie makers. Again, there are so many rich neo-Nazis who insist upon this being "classic", that directors and writers who use this technique go rewarded with bigger and bigger budgets. And don't be fooled. This is a big budget movie. This is expensive work. Don't ever let someone tell you some of these movies are low budget, because they aren't. You couldn't get this much capital to make a movie, unless you are rich yourself. There just isn't anything good about this movie.

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