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Skeleton Man -- A co-ed group of Special Forces agents search the wilderness for a predator type creature that has been on a killing spree.

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Writer:
Frederick Bailey (written by)
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Release Date:
1 March 2004 (USA) See more »
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Some Myths Are Real.
Plot:
A co-ed group of Special Forces agents search the wilderness for a predator type creature that has been on a killing spree. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Notable Horror on TV - Saturday, October 9, 2010
 (From Dread Central. 8 October 2010, 3:46 PM, PDT)

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Rambo to Start Hunting Horrors?
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Cast

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Jackie Debatin ... Sgt. Cordero

Eric Etebari ... Lt. York
Jonathon Klein ... Power House Supervisor

Robert Miano ... Blind Indian

Timothy V. Murphy ... Sgt. Terry
Maurice Nehru ... Fighting Indian
Lisa Olivas ... Sgt. Smith (as Lisa Oliva)
David E. Ornston ... Ross
Carlos Rodriguez ... Warrior Prince

Michael Rooker ... Captain Leary
Bill M. Ryusaki ... Ancient Medicine Man (as Bill Ryusaki)

Paul Sampson ... Nathan

Sarah Ann Schultz ... Lt. Scott

Booboo Stewart ... Child Warrior (as Boo Boo Stewart)

Maegan Stewart ... Indian Princess

Nils Allen Stewart ... Sgt. Rodriguez
Renee Steward ... Warrior (as Renee Stewart)

Noa Tishby ... Sgt. Davis
Joey Travolta ... Sheriff

Jerry Trimble ... Staff Sgt. Lawrence (as Jerry Trimble Jr.)

Dominiquie Vandenberg ... Cotton Mouth (as Dominique Vandenberg)

Casper Van Dien ... Staff Sgt. Oberron
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Natalie Alexander ... Lab Tech (uncredited)
Carlos Buti ... Indian Prince (uncredited)

Philip Hersh ... (uncredited)

Paul Dion Monte ... Shaman (uncredited)

Andrew Stubblefield ... Scared Construction Worker (uncredited)
Ernesto Trinidad ... Police Officer #1 (uncredited)
Mike Wike ... Dead Savage (uncredited)

Directed by
Johnny Martin 
 
Writing credits
Frederick Bailey (written by)

Produced by
Charles Arthur Berg .... line producer
Charles Arthur Berg .... producer
Boaz Davidson .... executive producer
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Johnny Martin .... producer
David E. Ornston .... producer
Richard Salvatore .... producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Chris White 
 
Cinematography by
Richard Briglia 
 
Film Editing by
Michele Gisser 
 
Casting by
Valerie McCaffrey  (as Valerie McCaffery)
 
Production Design by
Yuda Acco 
Dutch Merrick  (as Steve 'Dutch' Merrick)
Steven J. Weller 
 
Costume Design by
Erica Engelhardt 
 
Makeup Department
Rocky Faulkner .... makeup artist
Michael Mosher .... special makeup effects artist
Michael Mosher .... wig maker
Francie Paull .... assistant makeup artist
Kimberly Ulmer .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Charles Arthur Berg .... production manager
Aimée Flaherty .... production manager: additional photography
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brad Birkeland .... second assistant director
Anwar Fennell .... second second assistant director
Jay Gira .... first assistant director
Paul-Edouard Laurens .... first assistant director: additional photography
Johnny Martin .... second unit director
Katie Mustard .... second assistant director
 
Sound Department
Aaron Breeden .... sound effects editor
Jason Brooks .... sound mixer
Britton Ortize .... dialogue editor
Britton Ortize .... foley artist
Britton Ortize .... sound designer
Britton Ortize .... sound editor
Britton Ortize .... sound effects editor
Britton Ortize .... sound re-recording mixer
Britton Ortize .... supervising sound editor
David Stark .... boom operator
Don Thomas .... sound mixer
Don Thomas .... sound
 
Special Effects by
Royce Hager .... special effects technician
Josh Hakian .... special effects coordinator
Ivo Jivkov .... special effects crew
Georgi Karadjov .... special effects
Marten Ruskov .... special effects crew
 
Visual Effects by
Jeff Douglas .... Avid DS high definition artist
Brian Kamp .... visual effects coordinator
Ian Kennedy .... visual effects supervisor
Jordan Markov .... visual effects editor
Krasimir Paskalev .... visual effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Joe Cofer .... stunt coordinator
Edwin Dilla .... stunts
Mike Grace .... stunts
Chase Kelly .... stunts (as Chase Kelley)
Don Leffler .... stunts
Tang Nguyen .... stunts
Radoslav Parvanov .... stunt performer
Elitsa Razheva .... stunt double
Ron Reeger .... stunts
Rob Sanchez .... stunt rigger
Booboo Stewart .... stunts
Maegan Stewart .... stunts
Vencislav Stojanov .... stunts
Kaloian Vodenicharov .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Amador .... grip
Ian Benham .... first assistant camera
Steven Capitano Calitri .... electrician (as Steve Calitri)
Ross W. Clarkson .... camera operator: "a" camera
Lucas Deans .... second assistant camera
Pauline Edwards .... second assistant camera: additional photography
Daniel Ferrell .... first assistant camera
Shawn Greene .... best boy electric
Tim Herman .... best boy grip
Vesa Holle .... best boy electric
Borislav Krastanov .... chief lighting technician: Bulgaria
Ben Krout .... best boy grip
Chelsea Low .... Steadicam operator
Mitko Matev .... focus puller: "b" camera
Dan McClian .... electrician
Michael A. Nash .... gaffer: additional photography
Jeff Niggemeyer .... grip
Lexi Nikitas .... additional photographer
Joe Pacella .... second assistant camera
Boryana Papazova .... focus puller: "a" camera
Andrey Prikazchikov .... gaffer
Georgi Raikov .... camera operator: "b" camera
Georgi Raykov .... camera operator
Rocky Rodriguez .... electrician
Darryl Rue .... key grip
Tim Wattez .... electrician
Jack L. Zeman .... still photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kristen Evenson .... assistant costume designer
Kristen Evenson .... costume designer: monster costumes
Tova Jarvis .... set costumer
Daniela Kutsarova .... wardrobe laundress: Bulgaria
Monica Winter Vigil .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Tim Maffia .... digital color timer
 
Transportation Department
Ash Aimee .... action vehicles
Matthew Ballard .... transportation coordinator
Guy J. Graves .... driver (as Guy Graves)
Luchezar Todorovbski .... driver: Bulgaria
 
Other crew
Luis Baptista .... production assistant
Ed Baran .... publicist
Scott Carr .... script supervisor
Chase Conville .... assistant: Michael Rooker
Bill Davis .... weapons specialist
Ethan Davis .... production assistant
Silvia Donati .... production assistant
Aimée Flaherty .... production coordinator
Michael Gershowitz .... production assistant
Torrence Hall .... armorer
Kendrick Hudson .... key set production assistant
Chantel Kaufman .... assistant to production designer
Nvard Khachatryan .... production assistant
Daniel Pincy .... production assistant
Robert Prinz .... production assistant
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs
Margarita Reyes .... assistant: Michael Rooker
Philadelphia Springfield .... production assistant
Tara Springfield .... production assistant
Maegan Stewart .... horse wrangler
Nils Allen Stewart .... character movement coordinator
Nils Allen Stewart .... horse wrangler
Mike Tristano .... armorer
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence and brief language
Runtime:
USA:89 min (DVD) | Brazil:95 min
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Trivia:
In Germany the movie is tagged as a comedy-film and not as a horror-film. The advertising slogan on the DVD-Package announces "Here lives the spirit of Ed Wood".See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: About 2 minutes into the movie we see a man at a table using a pick-like instrument to clean a vase. The phone rings, he answers and we see the pick but when the camera pulls out he is then using a brush on the vase.See more »
Quotes:
Sooth Sayer:Beans is good.See more »
Movie Connections:
Edited from Sweepers (1998)See more »

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28 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Skeleton (Garbage) Man, 20 March 2006
Author: SheriffGeneFreak from United States

Wow, where to begin with this one. Well, if you enjoy laughing at the utter failures of filmmakers, then this one is for you. I bought this movie for 5 bucks because I never pass up an opportunity to laugh at B-movie God Casper Van Dien's blunders, and boy was this one of them. It may have been enough that this movie contains the single most lame movie monster ever. This thing, which is supposed to be an Indian ghost, looks more like a plastic candy bowl skeleton that you put on your front porch on Halloween. He dons a cape that is clearly a garbage bag, complete with what appears to be a bucket-shaped bonnet over his head. At some points this is a man in costume, at others it is clearly a plastic prop placed on top of a horse. This monster has the uncanny ability to see with "predator" vision, a clear rip-off, and can miraculously appear after throwing his spear. Sometimes the spear cuts people, sometimes it doesn't. This thing also manages to down a helicopter with a single arrow. Wow, this makes a much sense as when the kid blows up a spaceship with a firecracker at the end of "Critters." This creature is impervious to bullets, but somehow dies at the end of the movie. At the end of his killing spree, which we never really find out why he is on, he gets blown up. This is an incredible feat, for we had already seen this thing blow up 3 times in the film. But, I guess this last time was the charm.

And don't even get me started on the lameness of the other characters. First of all, what Delta Force unit employs women? Last I checked the military still disallows women into combat situations. Also, this unit is "undercover." Why? What possible reason would they have to be undercover? And they're not even good at it, I guess no one would realize that they were military if they didn't have on uniforms, BUT THEY WERE ALL CARRYING MACHINE GUNS (which incidentally change sound effects throughout the film, at some points sounding like air rifle BB guns, and at others, canons). There is one part when the Skeleton Man throws some construction workers from a catwalk, and you can clearly see the pad that they fall onto. At another point. Michael Rooker falls down a hill that is clearly flat ground. They tilted the camera slightly to give the appearance of an incline, but he is clearly pushing himself along in this looooooonnnnnggggggg fall scene. Then when he is helped back up the hill, the rope is flat, and when it shows the woman at the "top" of the "hill" the rope goes upward from her grip, not the way it would look if she was pulling someone up a hill. Rooker actually has a line that says, "I'm not going after him, I going after it." What? That is quite possibly the dumbest thing I have ever heard, and I watch these bad movies as a hobby. The saddest part about this quote is that you can tell that everyone involved in the writing/production of this film thought that it was so bad-ass. Believe it or not, compared to the rest of the dialog, this is good.

The acting, bad. The makeup, really bad. These characters either had scars or wounds that liked to change sides of their face. Maybe these are alien scars that like to run around on your face. Yeah, I think I'll make a movie about that, "Attack of the Alien Scars that Move Around on Your Face." That villain would be more intimidating than the Skeleton Man, and the film would probably be scarier.

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