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Cast

  (in credits order)
Cecilia Bergqvist ... Rebecca
Bob Dougherty ... Robert Brink
Marcel Romeijn ... Creature
Marlene Simons ... Sandra
Christa De Vries ... Martha
Corine Boon ... Belinda
Arlette Adriani ... Melissa

Ron Smoorenburg ... Mark
Karin Van Duuren ... Chrissie
Sharon Gosler ... Ellie

Directed by
Marc Ickx 
 
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Liam Bradley 
Marc Ickx 

Produced by
Michael Dwyer .... executive producer
Paul Keurvers .... producer
Johan Vandewoestijne .... producer (as James Desert)
 
Original Music by
Marc Ickx 
 
Cinematography by
Paul Amand 
Gaetan Verboven 
 
Film Editing by
Johan Vandewoestijne 
 
Production Design by
Etienne Mylemans 
 
Art Direction by
Etienne Mylemans 
 
Makeup Department
Miranda De Wit .... makeup artist
Marie Degryse .... assistant hair stylist
Marie Degryse .... assistant makeup artist
Dainora Dulcyte .... makeup artist
Rob Rosen .... assistant makeup effects
 
Art Department
Lieva De Beukaler .... swing blade
 
Sound Department
Raf Enkels .... sound recordist (as Raf Enckels)
Fredo Gevaert .... adr recordist
Fredo Gevaert .... sound effects editor
Fredo Gevaert .... sound mixer
Fredo Gevaert .... sound re-recording mixer
Fredo Gevaert .... supervising sound editor
Jevon Lambrechts .... sound recordist
Tino Plettinck .... dialogue editor
Tino Plettinck .... foley editor
Tino Plettinck .... foley recordist
Jeroen Vertriest .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Leon Dutz .... pyrotechnician
Francesco Rossi .... special effects
 
Stunts
Jan Gerritsen .... stunt coordinator
Ron Smoorenburg .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Wouter Dewilde .... first assistant camera
Johnny Laevens .... electrician
Fons Vandenbulck .... second assistant camera
Gregg Young .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karin Van Duuren .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Dirk Vandewalle .... color timer
 
Music Department
Michel Vanderhaeghe .... score recording assistant
 
Other crew
Cindy Barg .... additional voices
Charles Bertrand .... insurance
Kirsten Walraad .... additional voices
 
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Brian De Palma .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Junior" - USA (video title)
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Rated R for strong violence/gore and language
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Netherlands:94 min | USA:92 min
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
now.. thats what i call a movie!!!, 3 February 2004
Author: cocoshell from Cali

Just rented this fine Belgian film last night from "Blockbuster" and i refuse to return it back to them ;)... I love low budget movies especially masterpieces like this one. so here it goes... 2 " belgian" girls go out for a week of work free with a borrowed Jaguar from the 80's, gossip free vacation,then get stuck up in the middle of nowhere which is apparently two blocks away from their starting point. There they are introduced to the perfect family made of Junior ( also reffered to as "The Beast" or "The creature" ), his loving dad Robert and the maid ( old, always complaing b***h ). One of the girl friends ends with her head being chopped off by Junior's favorite toy, his sickle. Speaking of his "toy", dont let the cover of the DVD ( distributed in U.S. by ever great Artisan---oh thank you guys!!! ) fool you. Junior is NOT using the coal mining showel but the sickle given to him by the only person who ever felt for Creature's condition, his concerning dad. Since Robert is so full of care for his son he wants to make him a special birthday present - his mom, in shape of the surving girl. What follows is a brilliant display of fine acting, led by Bob Dougherty ( Robert ) who has a few memorable lines, especially explaining his son's doomed condition. The one we will surely never forget is when he gets irritated by one of the girls screams in the basement ( Junior's playground) : "Shut your trap"...."Shuuuuut up"...."I said shuuuut up"..."SHUT THE F******* UP". Oh, I can't leave out memorable lines as : "go on boy", "finish her boy", "that's a good boy", "my boy"!!!. Pay extra attention to how much emotion Bob brings into his scenes. Members of the Accademy surely missed on him two years ago, otherwise he would have an Oscar statue on his shelf already. Well let's hope we get to see more of him in the future so the voters won't be able to keep their eyes closed anymore. Another gleaming point is Cecilia Bergqvist whose name is printed on the Blockbuster's cover, right next to the film title ( Junior, Cecilia Bergqvist 2002. ), just like a star she surely is. Too bad the majority of us never heard of her before. Her acting brings that overwhelming feeling of happiness to each scene she is in. When she finally accepts the role of creature's mom her talent shines in all of it's magnificent light. Unfotunately she dies at the end...by Robert's hand who has taken his "boy"'s place after Cecilia tricked him and killed him. Actually I felt kinda bad for him, he just wanted to play. There's nothing wrong with that, right? All boys play, just with diff. toys :). So in short BUY the movie...u wont regret it

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