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7 November 2006 (USA) See more »
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Henry Jekyll is a young science student who, along with his friend Mary, experiments with various drugs... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Bryan Fisher ... Henry 'J' Jekyll / Hyde

Bree Turner ... Martha Utterson

Jeff Roop ... Lanyon

Zachary Bennett ... Dan

Maria del Mar ... Professor Poole
Jamie Chirgwin ... Jessie - Bathtub Victim
Katrina Matthews ... Mary

Landy Cannon ... Jack

Boyd Banks ... Morgue Attendant

Amanda Row ... Heather Poole

Laura de Carteret ... Pharmacist
Erin Davis ... Gun Victim (as Erin Nicole Davis)

Adam MacDonald ... Josh Enfield
Robyn Palmer ... Cindy
Ean Thorley ... Beaten Victim
Kenner Ames ... Bartender
Crystal Ash ... Nightclub Girl

Kate Kelton ... Hot Female Bartender
Nenna Abuwa ... Lanyon's Girlfriend

Marium Carvell ... Police Officer
Russell Beveridge ... Second Morgue Attendant

Paulino Nunes ... Drug Dealer
David T. Reilly ... Leaving Doctor

Directed by
Nick Stillwell 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David T. Reilly 
Robert Louis Stevenson  novel "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
Nick Stillwell 

Produced by
David Court .... executive producer
David Court .... producer
Paolo Bugliari Goggia .... co-producer
Sandra S. Hughes .... executive producer
Bill Marks .... line producer
Leonard Perillo .... executive producer
Hersh Saluja .... executive producer
Nick Stillwell .... producer
Ean Thorley .... producer
Original Music by
Patrick Doyle 
Cinematography by
Philip Robertson 
Film Editing by
David Barrett 
Casting by
Sharon Forrest 
Michael V. Nicolo 
Production Design by
Bob Sher 
Art Direction by
Greg Chown 
Set Decoration by
Ken Sinclair 
Costume Design by
Judith England 
Makeup Department
Kelly Kavanagh .... hair designer
Kelly Kavanagh .... makeup designer
Production Management
Deborah MacDonald .... production manager
Daniel Toland .... production manager: Europe
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Carruthers .... assistant director
Michelle Michals .... second assistant director
Art Department
Craig Harris .... set dresser
Sound Department
Nigel Bennett .... sound re-recording mixer
Sue Harding .... foley artist
Zach Hunter .... boom operator
Steve Little .... dialogue editor
Steve Little .... sound effects editor
Erika Schengili-Roberts .... sound mixer
Erika Schengili-Roberts .... sound
Peter Steele-Mosey .... boom operator
Special Effects by
A. Scott Hamilton .... special makeup and effects
Maya Kulenovic .... special makeup and effects
Visual Effects by
Peter Bach .... head of film: Clear
James D. Etherington .... lead digital compositor
Adam Gascoyne .... effects compositing supervisor
Graham Hudson .... digital effects artist
David J. Zimmerman .... data operator: CLEAR
Alison Reid .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
David J. Cain .... Steadicam operator
Gottfried Pflugbeil .... director of photography: second unit
Music Department
Nicola Fletcher .... music supervisor
Steve Little .... music editor
Youki Yamamoto .... music programmer
Other crew
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Abigail Doyle .... personal assistant: Patrick Doyle
Lisa Kim .... production coordinator
Steven Lewis .... production attorney
Katharine Jane Reid .... script supervisor
Srdjan Vilotijevic .... assistant to producers
Al Vrkljan .... armorer

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Rated R for strong disturbing violence, sexuality, nudity, drug content and language
97 min
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1 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Not really horror, but not bad, 22 November 2008
Author: galensaysyes

First things first: this is not a modern retelling of the Stevenson story, no matter what the blurb on the case claims. It's a different story in the same line, with characters who happen to be named the same as Stevenson's. Also, it isn't truly a horror story, but a dramatized sermon disguised as such. I wouldn't be surprised to learn it was produced by a church. It contains no mention of God (except in vain) or of doctrine, but it's an elaborate illustration of a moral, which is actually stated aloud at the end: evil exists in all of us. The specific moral message delivered, if any, can only be: don't mess with drugs.

In spite of or because of this, it isn't a bad movie. The director (or someone covering for him) shows one overriding talent: an ability to hold the interest; and that, in spite of making just about every mistake in the book. Take the first scene, where a character discovers a dead body. Instead of our discovering it at the same time he does, we get a series of cutaways from different angles, none of them from anyone's point of view; these take us out of the scene entirely. In other scenes, at points where it would become necessary to build suspense, or to pay it off, the director seems to have no confidence of his being able to do that, so he just ends the scenes there. Throughout, he overlays a loud, rather arty musical score, which is appealing in its own right but usually incongruous with the dramatic action, and often drowns it out altogether.

The virtue of the director's that does the most to counterbalance faults like these is his skill in getting good performances out of actors. Apart from the movie's leading lady, a producer's-girlfriend type, the cast all come off well. The leading man is perhaps a little callow, but perhaps that was part of the point.

The one important skill the director apparently lacks is the ability to create a solid script, or the judgment to recognize one. This one has playable scenes, but doesn't move right. It jerks around in time, never makes its chronology clear, telegraphs the ending at the beginning, and constantly cuts away from scenes just as they become interesting. Moreover, it's sketchy about the characters' motivations--most notably, Hyde's--and the progressions of their relationships. It needed at least one more go-through.

But I expect that the director will soon move up to bigger productions, with tighter scripts, and once he has the legs to stand on, will show what he can really do.

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