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Twilight of the Dogs (1995)

| Sci-Fi, Thriller
It's the 22nd century. Sam Asgarde, an ex-military pilot, is one of the few who survived a worldwide plague. He had to deliver a "drop" from his plane and has felt guilt ever since. He ... See full summary »

Director:

John R. Ellis

Writer:

Tim Sullivan
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tim Sullivan Tim Sullivan ... Sam Asgarde
Ralph C. Bluemke Ralph C. Bluemke ... Reverend Zerk (as Ralph Bluemke)
Gage Sheridan Gage Sheridan ... Karuy
Ellen Hart Ellen Hart ... Sara
Barry Sigismondi ... Deacon Hill
John Brennan John Brennan ... Deacon Blue
James H. Housely James H. Housely ... Derian (as James Housely)
Collin McKinstrie Collin McKinstrie ... Joshua
Andrew Martineau Andrew Martineau ... Jonathan
Donna Abrahms Donna Abrahms ... Espee
Stephanie Clark Stephanie Clark ... Melody
Chuck Young Chuck Young ... Quine
Randall Shepperd Randall Shepperd ... Machete Dog
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laura Barltrop Laura Barltrop ... Computer (voice)
Greg Coale Greg Coale ... Whiz Deacon
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It's the 22nd century. Sam Asgarde, an ex-military pilot, is one of the few who survived a worldwide plague. He had to deliver a "drop" from his plane and has felt guilt ever since. He faces the biggest challenge of his life when he must save the world from a religious cult leader who wishes to eradicate all survivors except for a chosen few. However, Sam knows that there is a wondrous woman, Karuy, who is a mysterious and perhaps extraterrestrial woman, yet who loves him, and might be able to solve his problems -- if only he can save her life. Written by fkelleghan@aol.com

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The future is coming... and it's not a pretty sight!

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Trivia

In some scenes, Sullivan as Sam Asgarde bares his teeth as he faces the enemy and/or fires his weapon. Consultant Walter Suarez, who was a Vietnam veteran, advised Sullivan not to show his teeth, because soldiers use camouflaging face paint and mud for a reason: to be inconspicuous. A soldier should never show bared teeth, their whiteness can make him a target. Sullivan decided to go for the drama rather than the realism. See more »

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Karuy: Sometimes people don't do what they set out to do, and sometimes that's for the best.
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Crazy Credits

After the final credits, a blooper is shown. Sullivan (Asgarde) and Sheridan (Keruy) are lying in bed, and Asgarde is saying, "I've been so ... so foolish." Sheridan says, "You have been," and then starts laughing. After a few seconds, Sullivan realizes it's a blooper/joke, and he bursts into laughter too. See more »

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Could become a cult classic.....
29 January 2002 | by sucklingSee all my reviews

Lots of fun...easy to identify with...you may laugh at the wrong places, but who cares. A lot of effort and care was put into this movie. Special effects, settings, and make-up all are above B-flick standards. This has the makings of a cult classic....and has the kind of long-lasting appeal that many Ed Wood, Roger Corman, or Troma Brothers movies have had. This is definitely worth seeing, and for those of us who value the off-beat, it is worth owning. Give it a look!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

New Genesis See more »

Filming Locations:

Upper Marlboro, Maryland, USA

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1.33 : 1
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