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Half the Size, Double the Trouble See more »
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Long considered a mockery with his fellow professors Cordell (Robert Z'Dar) & Donnely (Dustin Diamond)... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Joe Estevez ... Professor Vern Drake

Dustin Diamond ... Professor Donnely

Robert Z'Dar ... Professor Cordell

Lark Voorhies ... Dean Tourtise

Brad Leo Lyon ... Brock Richard Hertz

Jake Roberts ... Richard Hertz

Kyle Colton ... Alex Finkelstein
Jeff Harig ... Football Coach
Darwin Spaysky ... Ronald Blueberry

James Vallo ... Lenny Parknsouth
William C. Fox ... William Walldance

Paul Lang ... Father Keirnen
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Preston Anthony ... Mommentary Man

Zane Casablanca ... Omar
Jason Croot
Thomas December ... Coach Clanzmen
Christopher Dinnan ... Giant Killer Gerbil
James Gianoulakis ... Asian Restaurant Customer
Elise Halbert ... Attractive Villager
Dawn Henrikson ... Cheerleader 1

Anthony Hornus ... Anatoly Andreavich

Nicholas Joseph Mackey ... Professor 2
Gideon Malice ... Wrestler
Scott 'The Wall' Marlatt ... Big Wrestler Demon
Megan Rebelo ... Robed Villager
Bianca J. Rose ... Cheerleader 3
Kimmy Sayers ... Cheerleader 2
Z.D. Smith ... Gun-toting Villager
Johnny Truong ... Asian Restaurant Owner
Mary D. Welsh ... Coach Diekinns

Steve Wollett ... Mark Stone
Mathew Jadan ... Bar Goer (uncredited)
Bryan Matti ... Strip Club Goer (uncredited)

Directed by
Brad Leo Lyon 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brad Leo Lyon 

Produced by
Zane Casablanca .... co-producer
Thomas December .... co-producer
Aaron Eickhorst .... associate producer
Bob Fike .... associate producer
William J. Fluty .... associate producer
Matt J. Gaines .... associate producer
James Gianoulakis .... co-producer
John Gibbons .... co-producer
Michael Gleiber .... co-producer
Erica Heflin .... associate producer
Lisamarie Kakuya .... associate producer
Nicholas Leja .... associate producer
Suzanne Leja .... associate producer
Brad Leo Lyon .... executive producer
Brad Leo Lyon .... line producer
Brad Leo Lyon .... producer
Nicholas Joseph Mackey .... co-producer
Jay McCarey .... associate producer
Adam McNinch .... associate producer
Jeff Potocsnak .... co-producer
Svenja Quazzani .... co-producer
Zane Quazzani .... co-producer
Matthew Schroeder .... co-producer
Nicole Bowers Wallace .... assistant producer
Nicole Bowers Wallace .... associate producer (as Nicole Robson)
Mary D. Welsh .... associate producer
David White .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Robert Neary 
 
Cinematography by
Skip Erickson 
 
Film Editing by
Joe Schubert 
 
Casting by
Brad Leo Lyon 
 
Production Design by
Brion Dodson 
 
Makeup Department
Amanda Burnett .... special makeup effects artist
Katherine McCoy .... special makeup effects artist (2012)
 
Production Management
Joann Lyon .... production supervisor
Leo Lyon .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christopher Dinnan .... first assistant director: second unit
Adam McNinch .... second assistant director
Daryl M. Simpson .... first assistant director
Johnathon VanDusen .... second second assistant director
 
Sound Department
Mark Haygen .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Amanda Burnett .... special effects makeup
Randy Graham .... special effects
 
Stunts
Johnny Truong .... assistant stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kyle R. Adcock .... first assistant camera
Harry C. Arnold .... gaffer: second unit
Hugh Hatten .... director of photography: second unit
Richard Johnson .... key grip: second unit
Randy James Robinson .... data management technician
Jonathan Sessions .... gaffer
Ryan Carroll Sims .... b camera operator
Dennis Michael Smith .... key grip
Erik Steele .... first assistant camera: second unit
 
Casting Department
Daryl M. Simpson .... extras casting
Johnathon VanDusen .... extras casting
Gordon Yurk .... casting: camera operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nikki Smith .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Steven Knight .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
William Kerr .... scoring consultant
 
Transportation Department
Ron McLauren .... transportation coordinator
Mike Sekelsky .... driver
 
Other crew
Mark Behar .... cheif security advisor
Mark Behar .... chief security advisor
Amy M. Gibson .... script supervisor
Elise Halbert .... assistant to Brad Leo Lyon
Jeff Hill .... production assistant
Joann Lyon .... craft service
Nicholas Joseph Mackey .... continuity
Ron McLaurine .... production assistant
Kimberly 'Pickles' Robinson .... production assistant
Nikki Smith .... production assistant
Mary D. Welsh .... assistant craft services
Pam Wenzel .... script supervisor: second unit
Lewis James .... funding source (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Mark Behar .... the producers wish to thank
Michael Belveduto .... special thanks
Mateo Black .... special thanks
Trish Cook .... thanks
Kevin Eugene Davis .... special thanks
Charles Does .... special thanks
Abdelhay Elanbassi .... special thanks
John W. Fuhrman .... special thanks
Matt J. Gaines .... special thanks
Blake Grendus .... special thanks
John Hennigan .... thanks
Tristin Ismay .... special thanks
Lewis James .... special thanks
Guy Kochlani .... special thanks
Gina Von Lach .... special thanks
Joann Lyon .... grateful acknowledgment
Leo Lyon .... grateful acknowledgment
Matt Madderra .... special thanks
Jennifer Obed .... special thanks
John Poptanitch .... special thanks
Joseph Pozo .... very special thanks
Daniel Matthew Reeves .... special thanks
Brandon Sites .... very special thanks
Stefan K. Somogyfoki .... special thanks
Erick von Schulz .... special thanks
Stephen Warren .... special thanks
David White .... special thanks
Renne White .... special thanks
 

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Dustin Diamond and Lark Voorhies previously starred together in the TV series "Saved by the Bell" (1989-1992) as Screech and Lisa Turtle, respectively.See more »
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Features Beach Vacancy (2011)See more »

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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
This movie was wildly entertaining. Lots of original ideas here!, 5 December 2013
Author: Reynaldy Molina from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Little Creeps was a very enjoyable film. It felt like an old campy college film from the 1980s but with a more modern approach. The little demons were hilarious and the nude scenes were great! Something about a dwarf demon masturbating and having sex was just original and funny. My only complaint was that it could have been a little darker and gorier but it was still pretty entertaining. The cast were amazing: Dustin Diamond and Lark Voorhies (Screech and Lisa from Saved by the Bell); Joe Estevez, Charlie Sheen's uncle; Robert Z'Dar, from the Maniac Cop trilogy; and finally the pro wrestling WWF legend, Aurelian Smith, better known as Jake the Snake Roberts. Brad Leo Lyon, who acted and directed in this film did an amazing job with this movie. It's not often that you see an actor in a tag team wrestling match with an 80's and 90's wrestling icon to take on a demon. Demons, ninjas, hot naked women, Two and a half men references; this movie has it all. If you haven't seen it yet, go watch it now! If you already seen it, watch it again! This movie is that entertaining!

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