Eric Simmons (as David Wallace)
Bert Defoe (as Lane Coleman)
|Michael Stevenson||...||executive producer (as Michael M. Stevenson)|
|John Mills-Cockell||...||(as John Mills Cockell)|
|Brian R.R. Hebb|
|Thomas Booth||...||hair stylist (as Tom Booth)|
|Brenda Kirk||...||special makeup effects artist|
|Karl Klinck||...||assistant hair stylist|
|Lee Lanham||...||assistant makeup artist|
|Louise Mignault||...||makeup artist|
|Maureen Sweeney||...||special makeup effects artist: humongous head (as Maureen Sweeney Donati)|
|Nicholas J. Gray||...||production manager (as Nick J. Gray)|
|Gwen Iveson||...||supervising production manager|
|David McLeod||...||second assistant director (as David MacLeod)|
|Bruce Moriarty||...||second assistant director (as Bruce Moriarty)|
|Ray Sager||...||assistant director|
|John Board||...||property master|
|Daniel R. Bradette||...||assistant art director (as Daniel Bradette)|
|Inger Ellersen||...||assistant set dresser|
|Christine MacLean||...||set dresser (as Chris MacLean)|
|Tom Reid||...||assistant props|
|Hugh Walker||...||head carpenter|
|William J. White||...||construction coordinator|
|Lucinda Zak||...||scenic artist (as Lucinda Zac)|
|Franc Reyes||...||storyboard artist (uncredited)|
|Elius Caruso||...||re-recording mixer|
|Jack Heeren||...||post sync dialogue|
|Gerry King||...||sound recordist (as Gerald King)|
|Carol McBride||...||boom operator|
|Peter McBurnie||...||post sync effects|
|Marta Nielsen||...||assistant sound editor|
|Nick Rotundo||...||sound editor|
|Peter Thillaye||...||sound editor|
|Tony van den Akker||...||re-recording mixer|
|Martin Malivoire||...||special effects|
|Gordon J. Smith||...||special effects (as Gordon Smith)|
|Danielle Fleury||...||special effects assistant (uncredited)|
|David Neil Trifunovich||...||special effects foreman (uncredited)|
|Sandy Webb||...||stunt double|
|Andrew Binnington||...||second assistant camera (as Andy Binnington)|
|Daniel Hainey||...||electrician (as Dan Hainey)|
|Bill Heintz||...||key grip|
|John Herzog||...||lighting director|
|Ron Hewitt||...||clapper loader|
|David Pamplin||...||first grip|
|John Phillips||...||still photographer / title photographer|
|Joe Sutherland||...||best boy|
|David Towers||...||first assistant camera|
|Reynald Trudel||...||second grip (as Reynald Trudell)|
|John Wilson||...||generator operator|
|Anne Armit||...||wardrobe assistant (as Ann Armit)|
|Barbara Blake||...||wardrobe assistant|
|Granada Venné||...||wardrobe mistress (as Granada Venne)|
|Michael MacDonald||...||unit location manager|
|Bob Federer||...||music engineer|
|Rick Parker||...||transportation captain|
|Richard Quinlan||...||driver (as Rick Quinlan)|
|Tannis C. Baker||...||continuity (as Tannis Baker)|
|Roman Buchok||...||production assistant|
|Dennis Chapman||...||production assistant|
|Marc Conway||...||animal trainer|
|Angela Gruenthal||...||production coordinator|
|Robert Hannah||...||permit coordinator (as R.L. 'Bobby' Hannah)|
|Travor Haws||...||assistant to producer (as Trevor Haws)|
|Paul Lynch||...||title designer|
|Marr Morgan||...||production accountant|
- Astral Films (1982) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Embassy Pictures (1982) (United States) (theatrical)
- Astral Video (Canada) (VHS)
- Embassy Home Entertainment Australia (1983) (Australia) (video)
- Embassy Home Entertainment (1985) (United States) (VHS)
- Embassy Home Entertainment (1990) (United States) (VHS)
- Embassy Video (Germany) (VHS)
- New Line Home Video (United States) (VHS)
- Scorpion Releasing (2011) (United States) (DVD)
- Scorpion Releasing (2017) (United States) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
- Videosonic (1984) (Greece) (VHS)
Woman is raped at cocktail party. Years later, her son grows up to be a big hairy murderous monster who stalks a group of teens shipwrecked on his island. Written by Humberto Amador
|Taglines||It's loose... It's angry... And it's getting hungry! See more »|
|Parents Guide||View content advisory »|
|Also Known As||
|Trivia||The shipwreck sequence was originally supposed to take place during a storm. The storm was changed to a fog bank because of the constraints of the low budget. See more »|
|Goofs||When the dog pen is shown with the skeletons of the dogs, while one skull does belong to a dog, the close up shows a skull of an herbivore like a deer. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in 42nd Street Forever, Volume 4: Cooled by Refrigeration (2009). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Magic to Me See more »|
Here. Take over.
Sandy Ralston: Why?
Eric Simmons: I need both hands.
Sandy Ralston: Now, he's romantic.
Eric Simmons: What do you mean?
[pulling down Sandy's bikini bottom]
Eric Simmons: I saw you staring at Donna's ass.
Eric Simmons: Hey, it was your ass I was staring at.
Sandy Ralston: Uh huh.
Eric Simmons: Are you kidding? It's one of the seven wonders of the world.
Sandy Ralston: Really?
Eric Simmons: Really.
[Eric's hands are on Sandy's behind]
Sandy Ralston: Eric!
Eric Simmons: Both hands on the wheel.
Eric Simmons: Eric, somebody might come up.
Eric Simmons: So what? I wasn't my fault. I couldn't resist.
Sandy Ralston: [giggling] What are you doing? What do you have in mind?
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