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Notable Horror on TV - Friday, October 8, 2010
 (From Dread Central. 7 October 2010, 11:59 AM, PDT)

Alt.TV – 17/8/10
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  (in credits order)

Amber Benson ... Laura

Jason Graham ... Jonah

Charles Napier ... Mohtz

Jeff Denton ... Jim

Caleb Mayo ... T.J.

Bart Fletcher ... Lance

Jenny Guy ... Wanda
Veronica Hart ... Veronica

John Edward Lee ... Rock
Carmen Hart ... Angel
Frank Noel ... Bus Driver

Ron Jeremy ... Ron
Bobby Knight ... Radio Vocal Performance (voice)

Directed by
Adam Fields 
Writing credits
Jordan Fields (written by) &
Scott Fields (written by) &
Adam Fields (written by)

Produced by
Adam Fields .... producer
Michael Tarzian .... line producer
Original Music by
Adam Fields 
Cinematography by
Joseph White 
Film Editing by
Josh Rifkin 
Casting by
Lisa Hamil 
Production Design by
Todd Fjelsted 
Art Direction by
Rosie Sanders 
Set Decoration by
Kristen Rajterowski 
Costume Design by
Zorineh Hovak 
Makeup Department
Arpine Ian .... assistant makeup artist
Yoko Nobushi .... makeup artist
Natalia Senina .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rob Bola .... second assistant director
Eric Foster .... second second assistant director
Cassandra B. Laymon .... first assistant director
Scott McCullough .... second unit director
Art Department
Sara Clendening .... art department production assistant
Beau Heggen .... lead set builder
Austin Lovell .... art department coordinator
Brady Miller .... art department production assistant
Steven Synstelien .... set dresser
Luke Kalteux .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Nate Arrigoni .... assistant sound editor
Ethan Beigel .... adr mixer
Larry Benjamin .... sound re-recording mixer
Samuel Hamer .... sound recordist: Mammoth Lakes (as Sam Hamer)
Matt Hovland .... sound recordist
Kevin Meltcher .... assistant sound editor
Jean Souders .... boom operator
Richard S. Steele .... sound editor
David Torres .... foley mixer
Gerald B. Wolfe .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Dave Long .... special effects
Natalia Senina .... special effects supervisor
Cliff McLaughlin .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Douglas Biel .... second assistant camera
John Black .... second assistant camera
Ben Chananie .... electrician
Chris Garlington .... best boy grip
Tom Howard .... key grip
Luke Kalteux .... best boy electric
Robert Lam .... gaffer
Nicolas Martin .... Steadicam operator
Jay Muranaka .... electrician
Rich Pereksta .... first assistant camera
Ari Robbins .... Steadicam operator
Michael Roud .... still photographer
Sérgio .... grip
Pete Young .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Nicholas Brandt .... casting associate
Editorial Department
Daniel Freedman .... additional editor
Erez Horovitz .... additional editor
Dave Rock .... additional editor
Ian Vertovec .... digital intermediate colorist
Music Department
Alethia Austin .... music supervisor
Marcy Bulkeley .... music supervisor
Other crew
Peter J. Abrahams .... location manager
Michael Coulombe .... second script supervisor
Erin Forrest .... script supervisor
Eric Foster .... key production assistant
Raman Gulati .... production assistant
Michael Lurie .... international distribution
Lysa Oldhams .... production assistant
J.B. Popplewell .... production coordinator
Michael Roud .... production assistant
Mark Bacino .... special thanks
Linda Coler .... special thanks
Karen Fields .... special thanks
Robert Hackl .... special thanks
Todd Hoffman .... special thanks
Ryan Revel .... special thanks
Randall Rubin .... special thanks

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Additional Details

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Rated R for strong sexual content throughout including crude dialogue, and for nudity, language and some gore
84 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Rock:[while looking at a dead girl with a hole right through her head] Are you trying to tell me a disembodied DICK did this?See more »
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References Dreamgirls (2006)See more »
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Everything It Should Have Been... And Tame, 12 October 2011
Author: gavin6942 from United States

A hostile alien wreaks havoc on the cast and crew of an adult movie.

I think the plot of this film more or less explains why it is such a great horror comedy. Ron Jeremy is taken over by an alien, his penis detaches itself... and then it starts killing people. I guess you could screw this up, but they did not.

The film revolves around jokes -- dozens and dozens of jokes. You might think after two or three penis jokes it would get stale, but it never really does. Combined with a fair amount of gore and just a hint of sex, it keeps your attention and your laughter throughout. (For a film about a bunch of born stars, the nudity is very tame -- only one person is even partially naked, and then only for a minute.)

Oh, and Charles Napier. Wow. A serious actor, with plenty of solid credits behind him... and he appears in a film where he not only fights a penis, but delivers one of the greatest monologue ever spoken about aliens in Vietnam. Priceless. This speech alone is worth the view.

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