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It's Alive (15-Aug-2008)

Director: Josef Rusnak

Writers: Larry Cohen; Paul Sopocy; James Portolese

Music by: Nicholas Pike

Producers: Marc Toberoff; Robert Katz

Keywords: Horror

Remake of It's Alive (1974).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bijou Phillips
Musician
1-Apr-1980   I'd Rather Eat Glass

CAST

Bijou Phillips   ...   Lenore Harker
James Murray   ...   Frank Davis
Owen Teale   ...   Sgt. Perkins
Jack Ellis   ...   Prof. Baldwin
Skye Bennett   ...   Nicole
Arkie Reece   ...   Perry
Todd Jensen   ...   Dr. Orbinson
RaphaŽl Coleman   ...   Chris Davis
Ty Glaser   ...   Marnie
Oliver Coopersmith   ...   Mike
Yoan Karamfilov   ...   Adam
Mariana Stanisheva   ...   Nurse #1
Alexis Bergemann   ...   Nurse #2
Michal Yanai   ...   Wrinkled Nurse
Gergana Bozukova   ...   Thin Nurse
Vlado Mihailov   ...   Male Nurse
Meglena Karalambova   ...   Duty Nurse
Vesko Razpopov   ...   Orderly #1
Bill Mays   ...   Orderly #2
Nasko Srebrev   ...   Officer
Michael McCoy   ...   Hospital Security Guard
Dimitar Shopov   ...   K-9 Officer
Violeta Markovska   ...   Julie
Sigal Diamant   ...   Maternity Nurse
Douglas Reno   ...   Hospital Official
Michael Straub   ...   Animal Handler
Mark Johnson   ...   Lead Cop
Sofia Vasileva   ...   Young Nurse
Miroslav Emilov   ...   Officer #2
Laura Josh Markov   ...   Officer Marcos

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