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Steven R. Monroe (screenplay)
Kevin Leeson (screenplay)
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8 May 2010 (USA) See more »
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When an American oil company sets up an experimental drilling plant out in the vast deserts of Mongolia, they awaken a nest. The deadly creatures begin to breed and spread, devouring everyone in their path. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Daniel

Victoria Pratt ... Alicia
George Cheung ... Timur (as George Kee Cheung)

Drew Waters ... Patrick

Matthew Tompkins ... Mr. Bixler (as Matthew Stephen Tompkins)

Nate Rubin ... Phillip

Jon Mack ... Steffi

Tiger Sheu ... Bana
Ryan Manalansan ... Tali
Cheryl Chin ... Thuan

Billy Blair ... Kowlan
Jay Serra ... Smuggler
Fouatchao Moua ... Worker #1
Lieu Tran ... Old Woman

Andrew Stevens ... Jackson
Lauren Gesswein ... Nurse Kelly
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Grayson Griffith ... Boy 1
Christopher Mason ... Village Kid
Destiny Mason ... Village girl #2
Karla Mason ... Villager (as Karla Bea)
Stephanie Mason ... Village Girl
François Nguyen ... Smuggler
Samantha Nguyen ... Villager

Jeffry Summer ... Villager

Greg Vestal ... Power Plant Worker

Tze Yep ... Rataar (Worker #2)

Tom Lopez ... Power Plant Worker (uncredited)

Directed by
Steven R. Monroe 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Neil Elman  screenplay
Kevin Leeson  screenplay
Steven R. Monroe  screenplay

Produced by
Bill Berry .... co-producer
Neil Elman .... co-producer
Daniel Gilboy .... co-producer
Shawn Griffith .... line producer
Lisa M. Hansen .... executive producer
Paul Hertzberg .... executive producer
Steven R. Monroe .... co-executive producer
Nathan Ross .... co-executive producer
Andrew Stevens .... producer
 
Original Music by
Emir Isilay 
Pinar Toprak 
 
Cinematography by
Neil Lisk 
 
Film Editing by
Kristina Hamilton-Grobler 
 
Casting by
Danny Roth 
 
Production Design by
Adrian Ankersheil 
 
Makeup Department
Heather Henry .... hair stylist
Heather Henry .... key makeup artist
Sheila Moore .... key hair stylist
Sheila Moore .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Robert Paschall Jr. .... production supervisor
Marc Stephens .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Meg Beatty .... first assistant director
Allison Graham .... second assistant director
Angie Meyer .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Pete Aleman .... leadman
Craig Cole .... on-set dresser
Veronica Cortez .... on-set dresser
 
Sound Department
Tyler Faison .... sound recordist
George Paterakis .... boom operator
Nathan Ross .... adr supervisor: Los Angeles
John Sanacore .... foley mixer
Will Volkmann .... lead ADR recordist
Roy Machado .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Roy Machado .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Kevin Rakiey .... special effects assistant
Ken Speed .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
William Higgins .... visual effects producer
Ryan Jensen .... cg supervisor
Sitthichok Khunthaveelab .... animator
Dong Hyun Kim .... animator
Heather Paul .... visual effects producer: Lux Visual Effects Inc.
Avi Salem .... compositor
Rafael Santos Jr. .... visual effects coordinator
Bob White .... visual effects artist
 
Stunts
Jim Henry .... stunt driver
Víctor Quintero .... stunt driver
Bryon Weiss .... stunt coordinator
Scott Yi .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Matthew Aines .... film loader
Gordon Black .... best boy electric
Ken Blakey .... director of photography: second unit
Kevin Combs .... key grip
Aaron King .... first assistant camera: second unit
Andy Lohrenz .... best boy grip
Brice Reid .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
David Riley .... grip
Dick Saunders .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
 
Casting Department
Katrina Cook .... extras casting
Brennan McMahon .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Krissi Boykin .... costume assistant
Joyce Danielson .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Ronnie Brazeal .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Eve Butterly .... script supervisor
Nancy R. Giles .... production assistant
Bryan Hardy .... set medic
Natalie Hottle .... business and legal affairs: Costa Abrams & Coate
François Nguyen .... fighting scenes consultant
Ryan Patterson .... production assistant
Harper Robinson .... assistant to producer
Mark S. Schneider .... business and legal affairs: Costa Abrams & Coate
Jeff Weiss .... production coordinator
Barker White .... production assistant
Trevor Wineman .... production assistant
Landon Wurst .... production assistant
Randy Hearne .... weapons master (uncredited)
 

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Continuity: When Daniel and Patrick are fighting near the end of the film, their guns start out as 9mm automatics, but alternate between being revolvers and automatics as the scene progresses.See more »

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Lacking better words, then this was something else..., 9 December 2013
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

Where as "Tremors" was entertaining and brought something new to the world of movies, then "Mongolian Death Worm" hardly manages to step up to even half of what "Tremors" managed to do - even with its questionable sequels.

The story told in "Mongolian Death Worm" is about huge, subterranean worms that have been brought out from their slumber from far beneath the surface of the Mongolian steppes, brought about by a commercial oil drilling company, of course. As the worms ravage the countryside, it is up to a treasure-hunter, a police officer and two volunteer health workers to put an end to the subterranean terror.

Right, well the storyline is just about as cliché as they come in this particular genre. But as every bit cliché this movie is, then it is equally predictable. But yet there is something about the semi-bad monster movies that is alluring. The storyline is lacking anything challenging to the audience, it is just simply put your mind on autopilot and sit back.

The dialogue is forced and not really delivered with enough conviction to fully buy into it. And you never really for a second thought that anyone was in any real danger from neither worms nor earthquakes.

And it was really, really hard to buy into the attempt of making it seem like this was actually taking place in Mongolia. Especially when everyone was speaking English, and even the local police vehicle had 'police' brandished on its side.

One of the carrying factors of the "Mongolian Death Worm" was the worms, as they were actually nicely made. Sure, this wasn't top of the line CGI animation, but it worked out well enough to suit its purpose.

"Mongolian Death Worm" is the type of monster movie that is hard to take seriously, but still it is fun to watch because it is just that cheesy and campy.

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