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Screamers: The Hunting -- In this sequel to the cult classic SCREAMERS, a rescue team is lured by a distress signal to a long abandoned planet where they encounter an army of robotic killing machines whose sole objective is to escape to Earth and destroy the human race.
Screamers: The Hunting -- It's been thirteen years since the Screamers destroyed the human population of Sirius 6B. But now a distress signal brings a team of rescuers to the supposedly abandoned planet. Can it be a long lost colony of human survivors?


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Philip K. Dick (inspired by the short story "Second Variety" by)
Tom Berry (story)
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Release Date:
17 February 2009 (USA) See more »
The Perfect Weapon Is Now The Ultimate Killing Machine
A group of humans arrive on Sirius 6-B to investigate an SOS signal sent out from the planet, which... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Gina Holden ... Lt. Victoria Bronte

Jana Pallaske ... Schwartz

Lance Henriksen ... Orsow

Greg Bryk ... Cmdr. Andy Sexton

Christopher Redman ... Rafe Danielli

Tim Rozon ... Madden
Dave Lapommeray ... Sgt. Romulo (as Dave La Pommeray)
Jody Richardson ... Soderquist

Stephen Amell ... Guy
Holly O'Brien ... Hannah
Darryl Hopkins ... Dwight
Steve Lush ... Bryce

Stephen Dunn ... Teenage Screamer Boy 1
Justin Madol ... Teenage Screamer Boy 2
Sarah Small ... Teenage Screamer Girl
Lynley Hall ... Jessie
Shaun Johnston ... Haggard Man
Ruth Lawrence ... Cave Woman
Edward Quinlan ... Short Man

Directed by
Sheldon Wilson 
Writing credits
Philip K. Dick (inspired by the short story "Second Variety" by)

Tom Berry (story)

Miguel Tejada-Flores (screenplay)

Miguel Tejada-Flores  story

Produced by
Josée Bernard .... co-executive producer
Tom Berry .... executive producer
Charles W. Fries .... executive producer (as Chuck Fries)
Antony I. Ginnane .... executive producer
Paul Pope .... producer
Stefan Wodoslawsky .... producer
Gordon Yang .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Benoit Grey 
Cinematography by
John P. Tarver  (as John Tarver)
Film Editing by
Isabelle Levesque 
Casting by
Fern Champion 
Baptiste Neis 
Lisa Parasyn 
Production Design by
James McAteer 
Art Direction by
Shelley Cornick 
Makeup Department
Kathy Tse .... prosthetics coordinator
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Forsyth .... second assistant director
Craig Wallace .... first assistant director
Gordon Yang .... second unit director
Art Department
Lori Ann Benson .... set buyer
Jason Clarke .... assistant art director
Mark Dubeau .... creature designer
Gord Hammond .... head painter
Jose Holder .... storyboard artist
Derek Holmes .... key scenic
Murray Keith .... construction coordinator
Sam Paterson .... carpenter
Paul Wade .... head scenic carpenter
Sound Department
Jo Caron .... adr and foley recordist (as Jocelyn Caron)
Valéry Dufort-Boucher .... dialogue editor
Denys Dufresne .... additional sound effects editor
Dave Fritz .... adr mixer
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Benoit Leduc .... adr and foley recordist
Mark Neary .... boom operator
Jacques Plante .... adr editor
Christian Rivest .... sound designer
Christian Rivest .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Mike Friesen .... special effects assistant
Lisa Godwin .... special effects assistant
Wade Maurer .... special effects coordinator
Collin Oglestone .... special effects assistant
Leo Wieser .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Marcus Alqueres .... animation supervisor
Nestor Benito .... compositor: Modus Fx
Patrick Bissonnette .... visual effects financial controller: Modus Fx
Pierre Bonnette .... visual effects artist
Marc Bourbonnais .... visual effects producer: Modus FX
Marc Bourbonnais .... visual effects supervisor: on-set
Eloi Brunelle .... digital compositor
Eric Clement .... lead visual effects: Modus Fx
Jacynthe Côté .... visual effects coordinator
Andreane Dodier-Villeneuve .... visual effects assistant: Modus Fx
Nicolas Fillion .... texture and lighting: Modus Fx
George Fronimadis .... animator: Modus Fx
Charles Gauvreau .... animator: Modus Fx
Andrei Gheorghiu .... digital compositor
Marie Lou Gingras .... visual effects coordinator
Gael Hollard .... digital compositor
Luc Julien .... digital compositor
Pascal Laflamme .... motion tracker
Jeremy Lambolez .... animator
Simon Lehembre .... digital compositor: Modus Fx
Jacques Levesque .... digital compositor: Modus Fx
Sylvain Lorgeou .... concept artist: Modus Fx
Philip Melancon .... animator: Modus Fx
Alexandre Paillon .... digital artist
Martin Pelletier .... lead texture & lighting: Modus FX
Mathieu Phaneuf .... lead modeler: Modus Fx
Daniel Rhein .... texture and lighting: Modus FX
Stéphane Rioux .... digital compositor: Modus Fx
Vincent Toussaint .... technical support lead: Modus Fx
Yanick Wilisky .... visual effects producer: Modus Fx
Yanick Wilisky .... visual effects supervisor: Modus Fx
Mike Chute .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jason Andrews .... grip
Andrew Best .... grip
David Cox .... digital media technician
Chris Large .... still photographer
Tim Milligan .... dolly grip
Tim Murphy .... genny op
Mark O'Neill .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Robert J. Petrie .... gaffer
Flora Planchat .... best boy lighting
John Roche .... grip
Karl Simmons .... key grip
Casting Department
Brent Waffle .... casting assistant
Editorial Department
Mark Arcieri .... post-production consultant
Marie Lou Gingras .... assistant editor
Marie Lou Gingras .... on-line editor
Michel Leroux .... hd colorist
Music Department
Derek Poulsen .... assistant to composer
Other crew
Salma Ayache .... dialogue transcription
Gary Allen Ferguson .... gun wrangler
Erin French .... production coordinator
Marianne Girard .... script supervisor
Ian Melvin Kam .... set paramedic
Serge Lavigueur .... sculptor
Joe Sisto .... legal services
Kim Yu .... unit publicist

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Rated R for sci-fi creature violence and gore
95 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Despite their futuristic appearance, most of the weapons in the film are actual production firearms, and not custom props. The rescue team uses Israeli Tavor TAR-21 rifles, while the refugees have German H&K G36 rifles.See more »
Revealing mistakes: The inside of the space ship has a stairwell with an exit sign and a hand railing.See more »
Guy:They're prototypes. The newest variety.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Battlestar Galactica" (2003)See more »


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51 out of 96 people found the following review useful.
Awful, 1 February 2009
Author: ChrisMichael81 from United States

First off let me say I wanted to like this movie. But it went out of it's way to change my mind. Gina Holden was terrible. She played a soldier, but she looked like a 12 year old in military clothing. The terrible writing was a nice compliment to the terrible acting and casting. How movies like this get funding baffles me. Avoid this movie unless you really have nothing in the world better to do than waste 2 and a half hours of your precious life. If you do watch it laugh with me at the fact that the screamers wont attack you if your wearing a glowing bathroom symbol. Also if all you had to do to stay alive was to wear this symbol you'd probably not lose it right. The first one had very little to work with especially since it was released after the classic terminator series. But the first film tried harder, and was watchable. There were many times were the interaction between the characters, usually involving Gina Holden's character, make you want to look away and cringe she was so bad. In summary this film didn't deserve a 1 but its as low as you can go .

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