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Cast

 
Fort Atkinson ... Leon

Lynda Carter ... Lynette
Stephanie Dees ... Roxie

Holgie Forrester ... Neighbor

Frank Gorshin ... Burdus
Steve Hedden ... Doug

Shirley Jones ... Charlotte

T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh ... Tonya

Bernie Kopell ... Percy Wells
Elan Lixander ... Creature of the Sunny Side Up Trailer Park (voice)

Andre Marcus ... Jackson
David Ortegon ... Granpa

Gustav Vintas ... Vampire In Movie

Andre Ware ... Donnie Daniels

Jim Cody Williams ... Billy Floydd

Directed by
Christopher Coppola 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Adrienne Stout  (as Adrienne Coppola)

Produced by
Christopher Coppola .... producer
Wayne Kurzeja .... co-executive producer
Elyse Meredith .... executive producer
Richard H. Prince .... supervising producer
Alain Silver .... producer
Peter Wessel .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Ernest Troost 
 
Cinematography by
Andrew Giannetta 
Mark Kohl 
 
Casting by
Ted Warren 
 
Production Design by
Rando Schmook 
 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Robinson 
 
Costume Design by
Kristin Einarsson 
 
Makeup Department
Ken Culver .... special makeup effects artist
Connie Kallos .... key hair stylist
Melanie Mills .... makeup department head
Soo-Jin Yoon .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Scott Fort .... production supervisor
Richard H. Prince .... production manager
Michael Jason Rosen .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Scot Barbour .... second unit director
Dan Coffie .... first assistant director
C. Andrew Hall .... dga trainee
Todd Hilyard .... second assistant director
Jessy Melowicz .... second assistant director
Chase Newhart .... first assistant director: second unit
Leslie Perlow Weber .... first assistant director (as Leslie Perlow)
 
Art Department
Dupree Dial .... on-set dresser
Dupree Dial .... set dresser
Joe Monaco .... set dresser
Christopher Schultz .... assistant property master
Chris Wright .... leadman
 
Sound Department
Jeff Clark .... supervising sound editor
Kurt Peterson .... sound mixer: re-shoots
Speed Ratliff .... boom operator (as Dwayne Ratliff)
T.C. Spriggs .... assistant sound editor
John Taylor .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Joe Colwell .... key artist
Charles Cooley .... special effects technician
Anthony Grow .... special effects technician
Tom Seymour .... special effects technician
Sandra Stewart .... special effects technician
Jor Van Kline .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
John Allison .... visual effects
Matt Davis .... Spydercam rigger technician
Tim Drnec .... spydercam coordinator/rigging
Todd Semmes .... spydercam coordinator/rigging
Ben Britten Smith .... spydercam flight control
Earl Wiggins .... SpyderCam supervisor
 
Stunts
Dan Bell .... stunt coordinator
Thomas Dewier .... stunts
Bill Forchion .... stunt double
Jeri Habberstad .... stunt double: Adrienne Coppola
Rob King .... stunts
Brian Simpson .... stunts
Merritt Yohnka .... stunt coordinator
Lisa Dempsey .... stunt double: Stephanie Dees (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Greg Brooks .... dolly grip
Cale Finot .... assistant camera
Eric Fletcher .... additional Steadicam operator
Mikel Lancaster .... grip
Allan Lane .... additional cinematographer
Nik Lyons .... grip
BJ McDonnell .... dolly grip
Keith Morgan .... gaffer
Frank Orozco .... grip
Craig Price .... grip
Sacha Riviere .... additional first assistant camera
Ryan Sheridan .... digital imaging technician
Jason Lee Smith .... key grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marti Acker .... set costumer
Samuel Bowling .... assistant to costume designers
Mary Matthews .... costume supervisor (as Mary Matthews-Smith)
 
Editorial Department
Michael Cioni .... post-production consultant
 
Location Management
Ardy Brent Carlson .... assistant location manager (as A. Brent Carlson)
 
Music Department
Julie Eidsvoog .... music preparation
Rick Giovinazzo .... orchestrator
Steven A. Saltzman .... music editor (as Steven Saltzman)
Steven A. Saltzman .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Morris Aroesti .... picture car coordinator
Morris Aroesti .... transportation coordinator
Lyle Atkins .... driver: honeywagon
Derew Frutos .... fuel truck driver
Seth Levine .... driver
Chris Pedersen .... transportation captain
Adam Pinkstaff .... transportation captain
Christian G. Ervin .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Marti Acker .... creature effects team
Robin Bianchi .... script supervisor
Darin Bouyssou .... lifecasting/creature effects crew: Masters FX
Sebastien Caillabet .... mechanical engineer
Ardy Brent Carlson .... production assistant (as A. Brent Carlson)
Parker Chehak .... epk producer
Joe Dornich .... set production assistant
Edward Green .... production assistant
Michael Hansen .... unit publicist
Michael Moran .... office production assistant
Weston Norton .... key set production assistant
B.J. Smith .... set medic
Jim Wheelan .... craft service: additional photography
 

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105 min
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Germany:18 (DVD) | UK:15 (video)

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Trivia:
Frank Gorshin made a guest appearance as a notorious toymaker named Orlich Hoffman in a Christmas episode of "Wonder Woman" (1975) which starred Lynda Carter in the title role.See more »
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Donnie Daniels:What? Is the little cracker head scared?See more »

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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
The title says it all, 11 June 2008
Author: phantasmda from United Kingdom

I knew this was going to be bad when I saw the title, I just rented it from Lovefilm under the slightly less laughable title of 'creature'.

From the off it is clear that this film is made on a budget of around £2 ($3), the camera-work is shaky, the lighting is very very poor and the acting is dreadful to the point where it becomes comical. Although I must say that the 2 male leads do at least try. Despite all this though, I still quite enjoyed the film, it was one of those 'it's so bad it's watchable movies'. The further into the film I got the lower level of sheer dreadfulness it became. Then the the monster came out, Oh my god!!! Did the special effects man make up the suit in his garage or what? It seriously makes the creatures in the TV series 'mighty morphing power rangers' look good if that's possible. I'm telling you it it so corny it's hysterical.

If you're looking for a decent monster movie with good production values then avoid this like the plague, if you're having a few beers with friends and simply want a right good laugh then by all means, rent this, it's unintentionally hilarious.

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