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Humanoids from the Deep ()


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Scientific experiments backfire and produce horrific mutations: half man, half fish, which terrorize a small fishing village by killing the men and raping the women.

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Jim Hill
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Dr. Susan Drake
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Hank Slattery
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Carol Hill
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Johnny Eagle (as Anthony Penya)
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Linda Beale
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Peggy Larsen
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Jerry Potter
Breck Costin ...
Tommy Hill
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Deke Jensen
Don Maxwell ...
Dickie Moore
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Billy
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Mike Michaels, Radio Announcer
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Sandy, Miss Salmon
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Becky
Bruce Monette ...
Jake Potter
Shawn Erler ...
John, Hill Baby
Frank Arnold ...
Old Man
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Amy
Jo Williams ...
Herself on Piano
Henry T. Williams ...
Bass
Lyle Isom ...
Banjo
Jonathan Lehan ...
Fiddle
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Humanoid Killer (uncredited)
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Humanoid (uncredited)
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Boy with Tiki Torch (uncredited)
Raine Lightner ...
Hill Baby (uncredited)
Vincent Prentice ...
Humanoid Victim (uncredited)
Larry Wessel ...
Humanoid Killer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Barbara Peeters
Jimmy T. Murakami ... (uncredited)

Written by

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Frank Arnold ... (story) &
Martin B. Cohen ... (story)
 
William Martin ... (screenplay) (as Frederick James)

Produced by

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Martin B. Cohen ... producer
Hunt Lowry ... co-producer
Roger Corman ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by

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James Horner

Cinematography by

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Daniel Lacambre ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Mark Goldblatt

Editorial Department

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Kent Beyda ... associate editor

Art Direction by

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Michael Erler

Makeup Department

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Karoly Balazs ... makeup artist: second unit (as Charles T. Balazs)
Steve Johnson ... special makeup effects assistant
Marla Manalis ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Shawn McEnroe ... special makeup effects assistant
Kenny Myers ... special makeup effects assistant (as Ken Myers)
Margaret Prentice ... special effects makeup (uncredited)

Production Management

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Thomas Mann ... production manager
Peter Manoogian ... production manager: second unit

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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James Sbardellati ... first assistant director / second unit director
Jan Wieringa ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Kathleen Hughes ... property master (as Kathleen Devlin Hughes)
Maureen Hughes ... assistant props
Dan Morski ... assistant art director
Rick Moore ... painter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Joseph Geisinger ... boom operator
Mark Harris ... sound mixer
Jonathon 'Earl' Stein ... sound mixer: second unit (as Earl Stein)
Kendrick Sweet ... dialogue editor (as Ken Sweet)
David Lewis Yewdall ... sound editor (as David Yewdall)
Jonathon 'Earl' Stein ... replacement sound mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Roger George ... special effects
Chris Walas ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Jack Rabin ... titles and opticals

Stunts

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Diamond Farnsworth ... stunts (as Hill Farnsworth)
Jack Tyree ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bernard Auroux ... photographer: second unit
Ben Batzdorff ... grip
Ted Boehler ... underwater camera operator: second unit
Michael Bolner ... best boy
Mike Connors ... grip (as Michael Connors)
Paul Elliott ... assistant camera
Steven Finestone ... assistant camera
Wiley Fox ... gaffer
Robert Gray ... assistant camera: second unit
Stephen W. Gray ... photographer: second unit
Bruce Hamme ... gaffer: second unit
Rowdy Herrington ... electrician
Sharon Kirkpatrick ... stills
Michael Lund ... assistant camera: second unit
David W. Nims ... generator operator (as David Nims) / swing man (as David Nims)
Gil Schwartz ... key grip: second unit
Philip Sloan ... key grip (as Phil Sloan)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nina Padovano ... wardrobe: second unit
Barbara Scott ... wardrobe (as Barbara K. Scott)

Location Management

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Diana Austin ... location auditor
Nancy Kelly ... location coordinator

Music Department

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Paul Di Franco ... music supervisor (uncredited)
Ford A. Thaxton ... soundtrack album producer: GNP Crescendo Records (uncredited)

Other crew

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Rob Bottin ... humanoids creator & designer
Bob Harrison ... title designer: main titles
Brenda Haverstock ... production assistant
Gale Anne Hurd ... production assistant (as Gale Hurd)
Sharon Kirkpatrick ... script supervisor: second unit
Rhea Lewis ... script supervisor
Connie Papineau ... script supervisor: second unit
Taira Rosales ... extras coordinator
Lucia Schultz ... production coordinator
Jeff Shank ... production assistant
Steve Shank ... production assistant
Craig Storper ... coordinator: Los Angeles
Kent Adamson ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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John Malnati ... the producers wish to thank (as Capt. John Malnati)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Scientific experiments backfire and produce horrific mutations: half man, half fish, which terrorize a small fishing village by killing the men and raping the women. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Taglines Between Life and Death, There Is ... "Humanoids from the Deep" See more »
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Also Known As
  • Beneath the Darkness (United States)
  • Monster (World-wide, English title)
  • Monster (Humanoids from the Deep) (United Kingdom)
  • Les monstres de la mer (France)
  • Das Grauen aus der Tiefe (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 80 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia As the film was being finished up, producer Roger Corman felt that the picture needed more sex, and ordered scenes shot that showed the "humanoids" attacking - and, of course, ripping the clothes off of - other nubile young women. Director Barbara Peeters refused to shoot the scenes, protesting that they were inserted purely to show gratuitous nudity. Corman fired her and hired another director to shoot the additional footage. However, most of the re-shot Humanoid attack scenes were deleted from the final print of the movie. See more »
Goofs Once the humanoids break through the bottom of the dock, the commotion starts. And the first eight or nine seconds of screaming is "looped" and continually heard throughout the rest of the attack at the carnival. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Nest (1988). See more »
Quotes Dr. Susan Drake: Hold it! We think we know where these things come from, but we have no idea how many there are.
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