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The Making of 'Tremors' (1998)

Retrospective documentary on the making of the creature feature cult favorite Tremors (1990).
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Fred Ward ... Earl Bassett (Archive Footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kevin Bacon ... Val McKee (archive footage)
Alec Gillis Alec Gillis ... Himself
Brent Maddock Brent Maddock ... Himself
Dennis Skotak Dennis Skotak ... Himself
Robert Skotak Robert Skotak ... Himself
Ron Underwood ... Director
S.S. Wilson S.S. Wilson ... Himself
Tom Woodruff Jr. ... Himself
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Retrospective documentary on the making of the creature feature cult favorite Tremors (1990).

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USA

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English

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2001 (Germany) See more »

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This documentary is featured on the Collector's Edition DVD for Tremors (1990), released in 1998. See more »

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References City Slickers (1991) See more »

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Best behind the scenes look at making a monster
23 July 2018 | by SimonJackSee all my reviews

"The Making of 'Tremors'" is a video made by Universal Studios in 1998. It was to go with its DVD sales after 2000 of the 1990 sci-fi film "Tremors." At 53 minutes long, this behind the scenes documentary is beyond the 45-minute top end for "shorts."

It has the usual appearances of the film director (Ron Underwood), producers, cameramen, special effects and other crew members. And, some of the film's stars get their comments in about the film. But, the most interesting thing about this special is how the monsters were made and filmed.

This film goes into detail and shows various aspects of the monster and how it was made and operated. Most young people especially might find that interesting. This answers the question so often asked in the movie. It shows where the monsters came from.


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