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Director:
Writers:
Jim Wynorski (screenplay) and
William Langlois (screenplay)
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Release Date:
9 February 2008 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Ancient Native American legend of the Bone Eater rises up and begins terrorizing the local townspeople. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Entertaining and, sometimes, even moving See more (34 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Bruce Boxleitner ... Sheriff Steve Evans

Michael Horse ... Storm Cloud

Adoni Maropis ... Johnny Black Hawk
Clara Bryant ... Kelly Evans
Jesse Janzen ... Milo Sachetti

William Katt ... Dr. Boombas

Walter Koenig ... Coogan

Gil Gerard ... Big Jim Burns

Jennifer Lee Wiggins ... Kaya

Veronica Hamel ... Commissioner Hayes

Brian Gross ... Dirk Pomeroy

Jim Storm ... Dick Krantz (as James Storm)

Roark Critchlow ... Deputy Roberts
Stormy Shuff ... Lolli Wills

Timothy Starks ... Paul Riley (as Tim Starks)

Paul Rae ... Neil Elroy

Robert Clotworthy ... Jimmy Winger

Tom Schmid ... Dr. Clayton Forrester

Kristen Honey ... Rachel LeGrand

Carlos Moreno Jr. ... Randy Cook

Jeffrey Scott Kelly ... Josh MacDonald
Adrian Alvarado ... Chuck Hanson
Sonny D'Angelo ... Huey Blake

Cole S. McKay ... Dewey Jones (as Cole McKay)
David Ott ... Louis Smith
William Langlois ... Patrolman Monroe

Edward P. Blinn ... Scary Construction Worker (as Ed Blinn)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Callahan ... Construction worker (uncredited)

Randy Flagler ... Henry (uncredited)
Scott Guenthard ... Construction worker / guard (uncredited)
William Murphy ... Jack (uncredited)

Scott Norris ... Construction Worker (uncredited)

Directed by
Jim Wynorski  (as Bob Robertson)
 
Writing credits
Jim Wynorski (screenplay) (as Bob Robertson) and
William Langlois (screenplay) (as Bill Monroe)

Produced by
Stefano Dammicco .... executive producer
Lisa M. Hansen .... executive producer
Paul Hertzberg .... producer
Michael R. Williams .... line producer (as Michael Williams)
 
Original Music by
Chuck Cirino 
 
Cinematography by
Andrea V. Rossotto 
 
Film Editing by
Marcus Manton 
 
Casting by
Fern Champion 
Paul Ruddy 
 
Production Design by
Robert Hummel  (as Robert E. Hummell)
 
Costume Design by
Jo Rosen 
 
Makeup Department
Megan Graham .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Eric A. Haynes .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shawn Dyrdahl .... first assistant director
Jill Hoppy .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Kevin Hummel .... property master
 
Sound Department
Willy Allen .... supervising adr editor
Bastien Benkhelil .... foley engineer
Bastien Benkhelil .... foley mixer
Patrick Giraudi .... sound re-recording mixer
Patrick Giraudi .... supervising sound editor
Xavier Sol .... sound effects editor
Cristina Turek .... foley artist
 
Visual Effects by
Bradley Adams .... compositor: Digital Slaves VFX
Bradley Adams .... lead character animator: Digital Slaves VFX
Landon Bootsma .... compositor: Digital Slaves VFX
Stephen Cropo .... compositor: Digital Slaves VFX
Barbara Domuschieva .... visual effects
Stanislav Enilenis .... digital effects artist
Martin Halle .... on-set visual effects supervisor
Keith M. Hamilton .... compositor: Digital Slaves VFX
Miles Herrington .... 3D generalist: Digital Slaves VFX
Miles Herrington .... render wrangler: Digital Slaves VFX
Brandon Hines .... compositor: Digital Slaves VFX
Francois Latremoille .... 3D supervisor: Digital Slaves VFX
Thierry Latremoille .... character animator: Digital Slaves VFX
Thierry Latremoille .... digital artist: Digital Slaves VFX
Thierry Latremoille .... modeler and texture artist: Digital Slaves VFX
Herbert Lowis .... character modeler and rigger: Digital Slaves VFX
Julia K.S. Miles .... visual effects coordinator: Digital Slaves VFX
Julia K.S. Miles .... visual effects producer: Digital Slaves VFX
Julia K.S. Miles .... visual effects supervisor: Digital Slaves VFX
Kristopher Pestano .... lighting technical director: Digital Slaves VFX
Kristopher Pestano .... render wrangler: Digital Slaves VFX
Geoffrey Soga .... 3D visual effects artist: Digital Slaves VFX
 
Stunts
Sonny D'Angelo .... stunt coordinator
David Ott .... action coordinator
David Ott .... stunts
Scorchio Pepo .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sena Kwasi Amengor .... electrician
Team Bashet .... electrician
Ana Foy .... best boy electric
Tom Funk .... camera loader
Tom Funk .... second assistant camera
David Gamble .... key grip
Kevin Hummel .... still photographer
Gembala James .... dolly grip
Louis Normandin .... first assistant camera: second unit
Iain Pirie .... still photographer
 
Editorial Department
Max Logan Boyer .... assistant editor (as Max Boyer)
 
Music Department
Mark Brisbane .... composer: additional source cues
 
Transportation Department
Rick Kelleher .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Will Alovis .... script supervisor
Heather Dennis .... assistant production coordinator
Michael Haddad .... craft service
Sue McGraw .... production accountant (as Crystal 'Sue' McGraw)
Marian Ng .... script supervisor
Luke Rold .... office production assistant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Skeleton Rider" - Japan (English title) (DVD title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for some violence
Runtime:
Greece:90 min
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Errors in geography: Everything occurs in a semi-desert area, but it is stated that it is in Alabama. There is no desert in Alabama.See more »

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Entertaining and, sometimes, even moving, 10 February 2013
Author: Wuchak from Ohio/PA border

"Bone Eater" (2007) is yet another Syfy Grade B monster movie. All these creature features have the same basic plot: Strange monster appears, people start dying, and the locals have to figure out how to destroy it or, at least, escape it. The only things that change are the creature, the setting and the characters.

"Gargoyles" from 1972 is one of the greatest examples of these types of low-budget monster flicks and the genre is still going strong 40 years later. What is it about these kinds of stories that attract people? Perhaps it's because imagination and legend are about good and evil and the power of selfless courage against impossible odds. In short, there's nothing more heroic than man against monster. (I say "man" in the generic sense, of course, which includes male and female).

"Bone Eater" mixes elements of films like "Gargoyles," "Ghost Rider," "The Prophecy," and -- believe it or not -- "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly". It's pretty entertaining throughout and sometimes surprisingly moving. Despite its cartoony trappings, the filmmakers effectively strike a reverential chord with some of the relationships, the Native Americans and the spiritual parts of the music. Speaking of the music, the score is quite notable even though the Western-ized portions rip-off Ennio Morricone's classic score for "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly".

The main characters are distinguished and impressive while the protagonists are very likable. For instance, you have the stalwart sheriff, his loyal men and beautiful daughter, her bad boy boyfriend, the crew-supervisor dad, his son, the wise Native chief, his winsome granddaughter and the angry brave, Black Hawk. You also have the evil entrepreneur and his lackeys.

As far as women go, Clara Bryant is stunning as the Sheriff's blossoming daughter, to say the least, and Jennifer Lee Wiggins shines as Stormcloud's ultra-charming granddaughter, Kaya.

The writers throw in some potent insights and moral conflicts here and there. For instance, the crew-supervisor's son says it's wrong for them to hide archaeological artifacts; his father counters that it's easy to be idealistic when you're young but, when you're older, your paycheck and security come first.

The film runs 90 minutes and was shot in Santa Clarita and Vasquez Rocks, California.

FINAL WORD: Yes, "Bone Eater" is a juvenile monster movie, but it's pretty entertaining; and many aspects of it are impressive and sometimes moving. There are even some gems to mine. So if you have a taste for Grade B creature features like 1972's "Gargoyles" you'll probably appreciate it. If, on the other hand, you can't handle the cartoony storytelling and TV-budget effects of these types of flicks, stay away.

GRADE: B+

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