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Director:
Writers:
Ivan Milborrow (written by)
Darrell Roodt (written by)
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Release Date:
9 August 2004 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
In space, the sun never rises.
Plot:
Count Dracula terrorizes the crew of a spaceship. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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User Reviews:
Twice the Sucking Power See more (142 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Darrell Roodt  (as Darrell James Roodt)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ivan Milborrow  written by
Darrell Roodt  written by

Produced by
John P. Adams .... line producer
James Atherton .... co-producer
Jan Fantl .... co-executive producer
Frank Hübner .... producer
Brad Krevoy .... producer
David Lancaster .... producer
Julia Verdin .... associate producer
Jörg Westerkamp .... co-producer
David Wicht .... producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Hoenig 
 
Cinematography by
Giulio Biccari 
 
Film Editing by
Avril Beukes 
Ronelle Loots 
 
Casting by
Julia Verdin 
 
Production Design by
Jonathan Hely-Hutchinson 
 
Art Direction by
Tiaan van Tonder 
 
Costume Design by
Wolfgang Ender 
 
Makeup Department
Isabella Acerbi .... makeup assistant
Sabine Palfi .... makeup artist
Marnette Rossouw .... hair stylist
Clinton Smith .... contact lens effects consultant
Clinton Smith .... prosthetic lab technician
 
Production Management
Alan Balladur .... post-production supervisor
Moira Brophy .... post-production supervisor
Reinhild Gräber .... production supervisor: ApolloProMedia
Rudolf Kurz .... production supervisor: ApolloProMedia
Leanne Rabinowitz .... post-production supervisor
Derek Raeburn .... unit manager
Kai Schürmann .... production supervisor: ApolloProMedia
Daphne Williams .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Taryn Collister .... second assistant director
Zirk Ferreira .... third assistant director
Tony Galetti .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Martie de Lange .... art department assistant
Andrew Delport .... set dresser
Andrea Hull .... art department assistant
Inka Kendzia .... graphics
Guy Potgieter .... property master
Clinton Smith .... mold maker
Surisa Surisa .... art department assistant
 
Sound Department
Julie Anderson .... foley artist
Ian Arrow .... sound mixer
Ben Brazier .... foley recordist
Kevin Brazier .... supervising sound editor
Robert Brazier .... assistant sound effects editor
John Fewell .... foley artist
Mathew Knights .... sound re-recording mixer
James Martiz .... boom operator
Chris Roberts .... supervising dialogue & adr editor
James Seddon .... dolby consultant
Louise Sinclair .... assistant sound effects editor
Anna Sulley .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Dennis Beechey .... prosthetics
Rob Carlisle .... prosthetics
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Roly Jansen .... special effects
Tyrell Kemlo .... special effects technician
Wally Langer .... prosthetics
Cordell McQueen .... special effects coordinator
Clinton Smith .... prosthetics
 
Visual Effects by
Cassiano Prado .... digital effects artist
 
Stunts
Dermot Brogan .... stunt rigger
Kerry Gregg .... stunt coordinator
Francois Grobbelaar .... stunt rigger
Francois Grobbelaar .... stunts
John Smith .... stunt double
Franz Spilhaus .... key stunt rigger
Franz Spilhaus .... stunt rigger
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jim Browne .... gaffer
Norman Carstens .... sparks
Jimmy Umba Di Umba .... video operator
Richard Dobson .... still photographer
Filipa Domingues .... clapper loader
Sarel Eloff .... focus puller
Ken Hodgson .... best boy grip
Mark Horne .... sparks
Dylan McDonnell .... sparks
J.P. Ridgeway .... key grip (as JP Ridgway)
Pierre Rumbelow .... assistant grip
Eugene Wynne .... best boy spark
 
Casting Department
Bill Kravitz .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Joanne Walter .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Trevor Brown .... telecine colorist
Rika Camizianos .... assembly editor
Rika Camizianos .... first assistant editor
Dan Preston .... assistant on-line editor
Jamie Shemeld .... on-line editor
Rob Wickings .... digital negative timer
 
Transportation Department
Juliette Bendix .... driver
Schalk Bloem .... driver
Marcos Ledesma .... driver
Tshepiso Selo .... driver
Caroline Smith .... driver
 
Other crew
Hugh Barret .... controller: Film Afrika (as Hugh Barrett)
Thomas Becker .... legal affairs: ApolloProMedia
Belina Bruins .... production accountant
Billi Bruins .... production accountant
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Jonathan Degueldre .... production coordinator
Nick Derrien .... production assistant
Liesl Ernst .... accountant: Film Afrika
Thorsten Felscher .... financial advisor: ApolloProMedia
Francisco Gonzalez .... international sales: MPCA (as Francisco J. González)
Valerie Legrain-Doussau .... business affairs: Film Afrika
Nodumo Mesana .... office assistant
Pieka Moolman .... production secretary
Iain Patton .... production assistant
Sean Pringle .... unit paramedic
Donovan Roberts-Baxter .... production assistant (as Donnovan Roberts-Baxter)
Kim Robinson .... script supervisor
Lindsay Rosen .... caterer
James Smal .... accounting assistant
Clinton Smith .... creature performer
Pete Smith .... armorer
Ollie Steele .... armorer
Ronnie Weber .... unit assistant
David Wilson .... unit publicist
 
Thanks
Karri O'Reilly .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence, language including sexual references, and some drug use
Runtime:
USA:86 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »

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Trivia:
The "Mother III" is actually a re-use of the slingship from the short lived 1993 TV series "Space Rangers" (1993).See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When the Professor is locked in the rec room, the door opens and while he's shooting there is a round handle to open and lock the door, mounted on the door. When he stops firing the gun, the shot cuts to him then back to the door and the round handle is gone. Later, when someone leaves the room it is back again.See more »
Quotes:
Capt. Abraham Van Helsing:For a computer, you sure are bitchy.
Aurora Ash:It's all in the programming, baby.
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Movie Connections:
References Alien (1979)See more »

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72 out of 92 people found the following review useful.
Twice the Sucking Power, 23 December 2004
Author: ghoulieguru from The Movie Crypt

Space is a vacuum, right? Therefore, space sucks. Vampires also suck. A really bad vampire movie set in space would have twice the sucking power, right?

It started with what could have been a fun premise. Retelling Bram Stoker's Dracula story in the future. There's a salvage crew that's sent out to investigate a cargo ship that's lost in space called the Demeter. Fans of the original novel will unwittingly assume that this is to be a straightforward retelling of Dracula set in the future... unfortunately, short of sharing character names, this one takes the lowbrow route and goes into the B-movie galaxy twenty minutes later when Coolio becomes a vampire. Trust me when I tell you he's the best actor in the movie, and that's not saying much.

Casper Van Dien should be peddling his wares on daytime television. Erika Eleniak should have quit after she left Baywatch and poor Udo Kier is having trouble reading from the cue cards. The guy who plays Dracula in this one is more ridiculous than Frank Langella was in the 1970's version. If you can manage to sit through the whole movie, you will be rewarded with the worst ending imaginable. The ending makes one wonder if the actors and the crew realized what a piece of garbage they were making and walked off the set.

Take heed, vampire fans. This one sucks twice as hard.

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