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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tom Rowe; Lisa Richardson; Mick Garris; Lori Petty; Lindsay Pulsipher; William Samples; Fairuza Balk; Warren Kole; Michael Moriarty; Laurene Landon; Angela Bettis; Erin Brown; Jesse Hlubik; Jon Tenney; Robert Picardo; Thea Gill; Steven Weber; Carrie Anne Fleming; Brian Benben; Anthony Griffith; Cinthia Moura; Matthew Greenberg; Bill Malone; David J Schow; Larry Cohen; Sean Hood; Lucky McKee; Sam Hamm; Joe Dante; Dario Argento; Max Landis; John Landis; Dale Bailey; Bruce Jones; IDT Entertainment.; Nice Guy Productions.; Industry Entertainment.; Anchor Bay Entertainment, Inc.; Starz Home Entertainment (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from container.
Pick me up based on the short story by David J. Schow.
Homecoming based on the short story Death and suffrage by Dale Bailey.
Jenifer based on the short story by Bruce Jones.
The fair haired child special features: The face of fear: an interview with William Malone; Working with a master: William Malone; On set: an interview with Jesse Haddock; On set: an interview with Lori Petty; On set: an interview with Lindsay Pulsipher; On set: an interview with William Samples; Behind the scenes: the making of "The fair haired child"; scenes from William Malone's first short film; audio commentary with writer Matt Greenberg and director William Malone; trailers; still gallery; William Malone bio; DVD-ROM: screenplay; DVD-ROM: screen saver.
Pick me up special features: Death on the highway: an interview with Larry Cohen; Working with a master: Larry Cohen; On set: an interview with Michael Moriarty; On set: an interview with Fairuza Balk; On set: an interview with Warren Kole; Script to screen: "Pick me up"; Behind the scenes: the making of "Pick me up"; audio commentary with director Larry Cohen; Fantasy Film Festival: Mick Garris interviews Larry Cohen; trailers; still gallery; Larry Cohen bio; DVD-ROM: screenplay; DVD-ROM: screen saver.
Sick girl special features: Blood, bugs and romance: an interview with Lucky McKee; Working with a master: Lucky McKee; On set: an interview with Angela Bettis; On set: an interview with Erin Brown; On set: an interview with Brad MacDonald; Behind the scenes: the making of "Sick girl"; audio commentary with director Lucky McKee, composer Jaye Barnes Luckett and actors Angela Bettis and Jesse Hlubik; trailers; still gallery; Lucky McKee bio; DVD-ROM: screenplay; DVD-ROM: screen saver.
Homecoming special features: The dead come marching: an interview with Joe Dante; Working with a master: Joe Dante; On set: an interview with Jon Tenney; On set: an interview with Robert Picardo; On set: an interview with Thea Gill; Script to screen: "Homecoming"; Behind the scenes: the making of "Homecoming"; audio commentary with writer Sam Hamm; Fantasy Film Festival: Mick Garris interviews Joe Dante; trailers; still gallery; Joe Dante bio; DVD-ROM: screenplay; DVD-ROM: "Death and suffrage" by Dale Bailey; DVD-ROM: screen saver.
Jenifer special features: So hideous my love: an interview with Dario Argento; Working with a master: Dario Argento; On set: an interview with Steven Weber; On set: an interview with Carrie Anne Fleming; Script to screen: "Jenifer"; Behind the scenes: the making of "Jenifer"; Howard Berger and the make-up of "Jenifer"; audio commentary with writer/actor Steven Weber and DVD producer Perry Martin; trailers; still gallery; Dario Argento bio; DVD-ROM: screenplay; DVD-ROM: screen saver.
Deer woman special features: Animal hooves: an interview with John Landis; Working with a master: John Landis; On set: an interview with Brian Benben; On set: an interview with Anthony Griffith; On set: an interview with Cinthia Moura; Behind the scenes: the making of "Deer woman"; audio commentary with actors Brian Benben and Anthony Griffith; Fantasy Film Festival: Mick Garris interviews John Landis; trailers; still gallery; John Landis bio; DVD-ROM: screenplay; DVD-ROM: screen saver.
|Credits:||Main title music, Edward Shearmur.
The fair haired child: Director of photography, Brian Pearson ; film editor, Patrick McMahon ; music, Nicholas Pike ; production designer, David Fischer.
Pick me up: Director of photography, Brian Pearson ; film editor, Marshall Harvey ; music, Jay Chattaway ; production designer, David Fischer.
Sick girl: Director of photography, Attila Szalay ; film editor, Andrew Cohen ; music, Poperratic, Ben Boyer, David Lopez ; production designer, David Fischer.
Homecoming: Director of photography, Attila Szalay ; film editor, Marshall Harvey ; music, Hummie Mann ; production designer, David Fischer.
Jenifer: Director of photography, Attila Szalay ; film editor, Marshall Harvey ; music, Claudio Simonetti ; production designer, David Fischer.
Deer woman: Director of photography, Jon Joffin ; film editor, Mark L. Levine ; music, Peter Bernstein ; production designer, David Fischer ; special effects, Gregory Nicotero, Howard Berger.
|Cast:||The fair haired child: Lori Petty, Lindsay Pulsipher, William Samples.
Pick me up: Fairuza Balk, Warren Kole, Michael Moriarty, Laurene Landon.
Sick girl: Angela Bettis, Erin Brown, Jesse Hlubik.
Homecoming: Jon Tenney, Robert Picardo, Thea Gill.
Jenifer: Steven Weber, Carrie Anne Fleming.
Deer woman: Brian Benben, Anthony Griffith, Cinthia Moura.
|Event notes:||The fair haired child originally broadcast on television in 2006 ; Pick me up originally broadcast on television in 2006 ; Sick girl originally broadcast on television in 2006 ; Homecoming originally broadcast on television in 2005 ; Jenifer originally broadcast on television in 2005 ; Deer woman originally broadcast on television in 2005.|
|Target Audience:||Not rated; contains mature content.|
|Description:||6 videodiscs (347 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, region 1, anamorphic widescreen (1.78:1, 16:9 enhanced) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo. surround.|
|Contents:||[Disc 1]: The fair haired child / written by Matt Greenberg ; directed by Bill Malone --
[Disc 2]: Pick me up / teleplay by David J. Schow ; directed by Larry Cohen --
[Disc 3]: Sick girl / teleplay by Sean Hood and Lucky McKee ; story by Sean Hood ; directed by Lucky McKee --
[Disc 4]: Homecoming / teleplay by Sam Hamm ; directed by Joe Dante --
[Disc 5]: Jenifer / teleplay by Steven Weber ; directed by Dario Argento --
[Disc 6]: Deer woman / written by Max Landis & John Landis ; directed by John Landis.
|Other Titles:||Fair haired child.
Pick me up.
Masters of horror (Television program).
|Responsibility:||[presented by] IDT Entertainment, Nice Guy Productions, Industry Entertainment ; producer, Tom Rowe ; produced by Lisa Richardson ; created by Mick Garris.|
On a desolate stretch of mountain road, two urban myths collide in one night of chilling carnage. Wheeler is a friendly truck driver who enjoys slaughtering hitchhikers; Walker is a charming hitchhiker who prefers to butcher anyone who gives him a ride. Caught in the dueling psychos' depraved game of cat and mouse, Stacia must find a way to outwit Wheeler and Walker before it is too late.
A shy entomologist's drab life is changed by the simultaneous arrival of a large, mysterious bug and a torrid affair with a sexy young woman. But when the bizarre insect chooses a shocking place to secretly feed, Sapphic ecstasy turns to infection, mutation and murder. Will these lesbian lovers let a venomous threesome tear them apart or is the most horrific metamorphosis of all yet to come?
It's a few weeks before the Presidential election and an unpopular war still rages overseas. But when the Republican administration wishes that our dead troops could return to tell America how proud they were to serve their country, veterans begin to rise from their flag-draped coffins for the most horrific reason of all: to vote. Are they gloriously resurrected heroes or brain-dead zombie dissidents? And even if the administration can devise the proper spin in time to steal their re-election, will an army of men and women killed for a lie finally show our nation the true face of hell?
Frank Spivey is a detective who rescues a strange young girl with a horribly disfigured face and a lusciously ripe body from a deranged killer. But when Spivey takes responsibility for the mentally challenged orphan, she reveals herself to be a creature of untold carnal pleasures and unspeakable violent depravities that may lead him straight to hell. She is a seductress, psychopath and succubus all in one-- and her name is Jenifer.
Deer woman: Detective Dwight Faraday is a burnt-out cop demoted to the "weird calls" desk until a series of bizarre murders suddenly grabs his attention: several men killed by massive blunt force trauma while in a state of sexual arousal, all last seen in the company of a sexy Native American woman. But when it's discovered that these corpses were trampled into hamburger by what appear to be hooves, Faraday must hunt a killer who may not be totally human.
- Supernatural -- Drama.
- Demonology -- Drama.
- Resurrection -- Drama.
- Parent and child -- Drama.
- Hitchhiking -- Drama.
- Murder -- Drama.
- Lesbians -- Drama.
- Insects -- Drama.
- Veterans -- United States -- Drama.
- Zombies -- United States -- Drama.
- Detectives -- Drama.
- Disfigured persons -- Drama.
- Indian women -- North America -- Drama.
- Disfigured persons.
- Indian women.
- Parent and child.
- North America.
- United States.
- Future life -- Drama.
- Parent-child relationship -- Drama.
- Homicide -- Drama.
- Native American women -- Drama.