Killer's Moon

Film

Main Details
Premiere Date 1978
Countries
Alternative Titles
  • A Floresta do Medo (Portugal)
  • Луна убийцы (Soviet Union (Russian title))
  • Los asesinos lunáticos (Spain)
Category Feature Film
Genres
Sub-genres
Credits
Director Alan Birkinshaw
Writer (Screenplay) Alan Birkinshaw
Writer Fay Weldon as (uncredited)
Cast Anthony Forrest as Pete
Cast Tom Marshall as Mike
Cast Georgina Kean as Agatha
Cast Alison Elliott (2) as Sandy
Cast Jane Hayden as Julie
Cast Nigel Gregory as Mr. Smith
Cast David Jackson (2) as Mr. Trubshaw
Cast Paul Rattee as Mr. Muldoon
Cast Peter Spraggon as Mr. Jones
Cast Jo-Anne Good* as Mary
Cast Jayne Lester as Elizabeth
Cast Lisa Vanderpump as Anne
Cast Debbie Martyn as Deirdre
Cast Christina Jones* as Carol
Cast Lynne Morgan as Sue
Cast Jean Reeve as Mrs. Hargreaves
Cast Elizabeth Counsell as Miss Lilac
Cast Charles Stewart as Bert
Cast Edwina Wray as Enid
Cast Hilda Braid as Mrs. May
Cast Chubby Oates as Bus Driver
Cast Hugh Ross as Government Minister
Cast Graham Rowe as Prison Governor
Cast James Kerry as Psychiatrist
Cast Carol Binstead as Telephone Operator
Producer Alan Birkinshaw
Producer Gordon Keymer
Music John Shakespeare
Music Derek Warne
Director Of Photography Arthur Lavis
Film Editor David White (2)
Casting By Liz England
Art Director Carolyn Scott
Costume Design Maggie Wyre
Make-up Artist Anne Fairbain
Production Manager Ron Hyde
Assistant Director Cormack Clark
Boom Operator Bill Burgess
Sound Recordist Doug Smith (3)
Sound Editor Brenda Taylor
Gaffer Len Duncan
Stills Tom Edwards
Still Photographer Tom Edwards (2)
Clapper Loader Nick Houston
Camera Operator Chris Moore (2)
Follow Focus Ray Norris
Key Grip Nick Pearson
Continuity Isabelle Byers
Production Secretary Emily Copping
Production Company (Presents) Rothernorth
Distributor Citadel Films as (1981) (Canada) (theatrical)
Animal Supplier: Hannah Animals Unlimited
Processing Humpries Film Laboratories Ltd.*
Notes Four mental patients - who, due to unauthorized experiments, believe they're living in a dream and have shed all moral imperatives - escape and find their way to the nearest bus-load of stranded schoolgirls.

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