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AVP: Production (2004)

An overview of the making of Alien vs. Predator (2004)


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Credited cast:
Paul W.S. Anderson ... Himself
Raoul Bova ... Himself
Richard Bridgland Richard Bridgland ... Himself
John Bruno ... Himself
John Davis John Davis ... Himself
Agathe de La Boulaye ... Herself
Alec Gillis Alec Gillis ... Himself
Lance Henriksen ... Himself
David Johnson ... Himself
Sanaa Lathan ... Herself
Carsten Norgaard ... Himself
Colin Salmon ... Himself
Lucien Stephenson ... Himself
Chris Symes Chris Symes ... Himself
Richard Van Den Bergh ... Himself


An overview of the making of Alien vs. Predator (2004)

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Release Date:

2004 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Sparkhill Production See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This documentary can be found on the R1 Unrated Edition and the R2 Extreme Edition DVDs of Alien vs. Predator (2004) See more »


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...yes, it is
15 December 2010 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

This is the longest documentary on the 2-Disc Extreme Edition DVD of Alien Vs. Predator. It consists of behind the scenes footage, interviews and stills. This is made up of a making of feature(it's either 59 minutes or a full 85 if you watch it in Enhanced Viewing Mode with the extra clips), a 15 minute one focusing on the Facehuggers and eggs, a 7 minute one about the surprisingly big Miniature Whaling Station(and what that offers them) and finally 4 minutes on the trouble at the mouth of the tunnel. These go into everything about production, especially the wide-reaching first one. His movies are crap, but Anderson does know some stuff and is interesting to listen to(as are most in this)... he also seems to get it a lot of the way(but he thinks these are good actors?). They talk about the amount of build-up, photography, things that happened during the shoot, troubles from the technology they use and why they chose what they did. We get a sort of outtake of a gun that just won't leave the comfort of its holster, and it's hilarious to see the Predator "run"... and the Alien has trouble too. This won't make you like the flick itself(that this spoils, by the way) if you don't already, though one can certainly appreciate all the effort that went into making it. I recommend this to those who want to know more about how they put AvP together. 7/10

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