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Release Date:
29 April 2006 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
The world is collapsing. See more »
Plot:
Manhattan fireman Mark Decker visits, for the first time, his Steven in his ex Emma's new apartment... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Even worse special effects See more (9 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Vincent Spano ... Mark Decker

Alexandra Paul ... Emma Decker

Lucas Elliot Eberl ... Steven Decker (as Luke Eberl)

Robert Pine ... Donald Richardson

Amy Van Nostrand ... Ginger

Jay Pickett ... Stewart Hancock

Keith Oney ... Harold

Jaime Gomez ... Danny Santiago

Mia Cottet ... Nicole

Kathryne Dora Brown ... Maria Santiago

Scott Alan Smith ... Jack Zane

Directed by
Neil Kinsella 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Peter Beckwith 

Produced by
William T. Baumann .... executive producer
Peter Beckwith .... producer
Joseph Broido .... executive producer
David Giancola .... associate producer
Bruce D. Johnson .... executive producer
David Peters .... producer
Adam D. Wright .... associate producer
 
Cinematography by
Jeffrey Seckendorf 
 
Film Editing by
Jim Miley 
 
Casting by
Lindsay Chag 
Carmen Flowers 
Sandy Gartner 
 
Production Design by
Matthew C. Jacobs 
 
Set Decoration by
Julie Aquino 
 
Costume Design by
Jacqui W. Greenhill 
 
Makeup Department
Maya Hardinge .... key hair stylist
Julia Lallas .... makeup department head
Angela Marinis .... assistant makeup artist
Angela Mitchell .... key makeup artist: second unit
 
Production Management
Kenny Burke .... post-production supervisor
Mary Beth French .... general production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Vose Campbell .... first assistant director: second unit
Monika Cholewa .... second assistant director
David Giancola .... second unit director
Zachary May .... second second assistant director
Eric McGinty .... first assistant director
Anna Park .... second assistant director: second unit
 
Art Department
William Bergland .... carpenter
John Cesari .... earth mover
Neal Giberti .... property master
Nancy Houghton .... swing gang
Mandi Jeromin .... props p.a
Dave North .... construction coordinator
Amy Pickering .... on-set dresser
Eugene Pope .... carpenter
Kevin Regimbald .... carpenter
Christopher Towle .... swing gang
Christopher M. Towle .... swing gang
Frank Tyminski .... carpenter
Logan Upson .... carpenter
Peter Wilcox .... construction foreman
 
Sound Department
Brian Courchine .... boom operator
Steven Erickson .... adr editor
Steven Erickson .... dialogue editor
Jeremy Hoenack .... sound re-recording mixer
Dan Izen .... sound: second unit
Tony Kucenski .... foley artist
John Levy .... sound: second unit
Dan Mazur .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jennifer Bumps .... pyrotechnician
Chris Farnham .... special effects
Mike Firpo .... pyrotechnician
Robert Firpo .... special effects coordinator
Ron Marcus .... pyrotechnics assistant
Nick Sherman .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
David M. Garber .... digital effects supervisor (as David Garber)
 
Stunts
Chuck Borden .... stunt coordinator
George B. Colucci Jr. .... assistant stunt coordinator
Gary Littlejohn .... stunts
Dyanna Lynn .... stunts
Joe Maniery .... stunt driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Baney .... gaffer: second unit
Jon Bowen .... best boy electric
Ben Coello .... camera loader
Tristan Creeley .... grip
Steve Drellich .... camera operator: "a" camera
Ralph Flores Jr. .... gaffer
Gary Gold .... still photographer
Douglas C. Hart .... first assistant camera (as Doug Hart)
Mike Henry .... grip
Damon Lemay .... assistant camera
Morgan Michael Lewis .... grip (as Mike Lewis)
Elaine Lincourt .... camera production assistant: second unit
Dave Provenzano .... electrician
Carrie Sterr .... grip
Eric Thomas .... third electrician
Todd Wheel .... grip: second unit
Thom Willey .... second assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Valerie Fusaro .... costume supervisor
Ulrika Haag .... costumer
 
Transportation Department
John Cesari .... transportation coordinator
Bruce Perkins .... picture vehicles wrangler
 
Other crew
Michael Bishop .... production assistant (as Mike Bishop)
Seth Blackman .... location manager
Micheal Cuniff .... production assistant
Jeff Dayton .... set medic
Nicholas DePalo .... office runner
Mary Donovan .... production coordinator
Jennifer Doyle .... accounting assistant
Eric Ernsburger .... security officer
Daniel Fagan .... office intern
Adam Farrell .... production assistant
Dan Goosen .... security officer
Mike Hoffman .... set medic
Molly Mayerson .... office intern
Matthew Merwin .... office intern
Bryan Meyers .... key set production assistant
Aline Motta .... script supervisor
Philip Newman .... intern
Bruce Perkins .... studio manager
Kevin Rapf .... key set production assistant: second unit
Jeff Reichert .... documentarian
Hillary Spera .... set production assistant
Erika Wakker .... key office production assistant
Noreen Ward .... production accountant
Adam D. Wright .... distribution executive (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Buried Alive" - USA (DVD title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for disaster peril and some thematic elements
Runtime:
91 min
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9 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Even worse special effects, 17 January 2007
Author: drchazan

If I may be so bold as to add to heatherbennett from Canada's review, regarding the acting, I thought I should warn people about the special effects here.

The special effects on this movie looked so fake that I was sure this movie was a minimum of 30 years old. I was incredulous when I saw that it was done in 2004. This is 21st century special effects? Oy Vey! Nothing looked real, no one reacted realistically, and what really got me was that some of the areas nearest to the landslide didn't even feel the ground shaking, but others who were supposed to be farther away looked like they were put into a blender! Of course, this was hardly the worst part. I'm trying to figure out how two kids on bicycles could (almost) out race the landslide when a bunch of cars didn't have a chance in hell. Or how is it that the dust clouds look painted on? Oh, yeah, I guess they were painted on.

Then there's the bit where the dirt pushes one house over by 90 degrees but the couple inside are holding onto their furniture for dear life. Yes, their furniture! Why? Because it was attached to the floors! Now, if these people thought enough of the dangers of where they were living to nail their furniture down so strong that even a landslide wouldn't budge it, don't you think they might have decided AGAINST living there? But the best bit is how the lady gets out of her car after its been hit by the landslide and - oh, thank heavens - her cell phone is only two feet away from her, lying safely, right on top of all the dirt and is just a little bit dusty. I didn't know that cell phones could float on dirt. And apparently her son's disk-man has the same dirt-floating ability, since otherwise her husband wouldn't have been able to find him under the slide. How lucky and convenient.

No, there are NO spoilers in this comment - I'm only talking about what happens in the first 15 minutes of this movie. And since it isn't worth anyone watching any further, I think I'll stop here.

Don't bother - this movie is AWFUL!

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