Category ArchiveAlien vs. Predator

Miscellaneous Information on Aliens vs. Predator


  • Whoever wins… We lose.
  • It’s our planet….It’s their war.

Alternative Titles

  • AVP (Promotional Abbreviation)

Production Companies

  • Davis Entertainment
  • Lonlink Productions Ltd.
  • Impact Pictures
  • Stillking Films
  • Kut Films
  • Brandywine Productions Ltd.
  • Zweite Babelsberg Film GmbH


  • United States/Canada
    Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Italy
    20th Century Fox Italia
  • The Netherlands
    20th Century Fox Netherlands
  • Japan
    20th Century Fox Japan
  • Singapore
    20th Century Fox
  • Argentina
    20th Century Fox de Argentina
  • Germany
    20th Century Fox of Germany
  • Russia
    Gemini Film
  • Spain
    Hispano Foxfilms S.A.E.

Special Effects

  • Amalgamated Dynamics
  • Cinesite (Europe) Ltd.
  • Double Negative
  • Framestore CFC
  • The Moving Picture Company (MPC)

Other Companies

  • ARRI Light Rental (Lighting)
  • ARRI Lighting Rental Limited (Lighting)
  • Digital Editors Post Produktions GmbH (Post-Production)
  • Framestore CFC (Post-Production)
  • Momoco/Mcguffin (Main Titles)
  • Varèse Sarabande (Soundtrack)
  • Videosonics Cinema Sound (Post-Production)

Ratings, Classifications and Certificates

  • UK
    15 Certificate
  • USA and Canada
    Rating: PG-13

Production Information

  • Budget
    $65 Million (USA)
  • Gross
    $79,956,662 (USA as of October 17, 2004)
  • Production Dates
    September 2003 – April 2004
  • Filming Dates
    October 2003 – February 2004
  • Filming Studio Location
    Prague, Czech Republic

Release Dates

  • Puerto Rico
    August 12, 2004
  • Thailand
    August 12, 2004
  • Canada
    August 13, 2004
  • USA
    August 13, 2004
  • Philippines
    August 18, 2004
  • Trinidad And Tobago
    August 18, 2004
  • Singapore
    August 19, 2004
  • Malaysia
    August 26, 2004
  • Taiwan
    August 28, 2004
  • Brazil
    September 3, 2004
  • South Korea
    September 3, 2004
  • Indonesia
    September 8, 2004
  • Jamaica
    September 8, 2004
  • Chile
    September 9, 2004
  • Hong Kong
    September 9, 2004
  • Peru
    September 9, 2004
  • Mexico
    September 10, 2004
  • Norway
    September 10, 2004
  • Argentina
    September 16, 2004
  • Dominican Republic
    September 16, 2004
  • Colombia
    September 17, 2004
  • Ecuador
    September 17, 2004
  • Panama
    September 17, 2004
  • Uruguay
    September 17, 2004
  • Bolivia
    September 23, 2004
  • Israel
    September 28, 2004
  • Australia
    September 30, 2004
  • New Zealand
    September 30, 2004
  • India
    October 1, 2004
  • Norway
    October 14, 2004 (Bergen International Film Festival)
  • Russia
    October 21, 2004
  • Bulgaria
    October 22, 2004
  • UK
    October 22, 2004
  • France
    October 27, 2004
  • Hungary
    October 28, 2004
  • Lebanon
    October 28, 2004
  • Netherlands
    October 28, 2004
  • Portugal
    October 28, 2004
  • Estonia
    October 29, 2004
  • Finland
    October 29, 2004
  • Iceland
    October 29, 2004
  • South Africa
    October 29, 2004
  • Venezuela
    October 29, 2004
  • Belgium
    November 3, 2004
  • Czech Republic
    November 4, 2004
  • Germany
    November 4, 2004
  • Slovenia
    November 4, 2004
  • Austria
    November 5, 2004
  • Poland
    November 5, 2004
  • Sweden
    November 5, 2004
  • United Arab Emirates
    November 10, 2004
  • Serbia
    November 11, 2004
  • Romania
    November 12, 2004
  • Turkey
    November 12, 2004
  • Egypt
    November 17, 2004
  • Croatia
    November 18, 2004
  • Denmark
    November 19, 2004
  • Italy
    November 19, 2004
  • Lithuania
    November 19, 2004
  • Spain
    November 19, 2004
  • Latvia
    November 26, 2004
  • Japan
    December 18, 2004

Technical Information

  • Laboratory
  • Film Negative Format (mm/video inches)
    35mm (Kodak)
  • Cinematographic Process
    Super 35
  • Printed Film Format
    35mm (Anamorphic)
  • Aspect Ratio
    2.35 : 1


This section includes both common and little known trivia about Alien vs. Predator, including outtake information, cast secrets, director quirks, and more:

  1. Paul W.S. Anderson stepped down from directing both Mortal Kombat: Domination (2005) and Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) to write and direct this film, though he does remain as producer to the other movies.
  2. Was rumored to be in development ever since a skull from the title characters in the Alien film series appeared in the spaceship trophy room in Predator 2 (1990).
  3. The character played by Lance Henriksen, Charles Bishop Weyland, is a co-founder of the Weyland Yutani Corporation. This is “the company” referred to in the earlier Alien movies. The Bishop Android from Aliens (1986), and Michael Bishop from Alien 3 (1992) were also played by Lance Henriksen.
  4. When one of the explorers is searching the whaling compound and walks past a door to a building, there is a shot from within the building in which the red light from the guy’s flare comes through the crack in the door to form a flat vertical beam that’s picked up by the dust/snow from inside the room, just like the blue-green scanner from the salvage scene at the beginning of Aliens (1986).
  5. When Charles Bishop Weyland is sitting in his office on the ship, we can very briefly see him playing with his pen in a similar manner to the way the android Bishop (also played by Lance Henriksen) is playing with a knife in Aliens (1986).
  6. The Alien vs. Predator story crossed over virtually all forms of media before becoming a feature film. There was a successful comic book series, toy line, multiple video games, soundtrack (of the PC game) and even a card series.
  7. The role of Max Stafford was written specifically for Colin Salmon.
  8. Screenwriter Peter Briggs wrote his original script for Aliens vs Predator in 1991. The script sold overnight and made him the subject of numerous magazine and book “success story” articles. His version went adrift following studio politics in the wake of executive Joe Roth’s departure from 20th Century Fox.
  9. Screenwriter Shane Salerno was the last writer and “closer” on Alien vs. Predator. He worked on the film for 15 months, including prior to production, through filming in Prague and all the way through post production without receiving the co-screenplay by credit that 20th Century Fox recommended him for to the WGA. Shane has a co-screenplay credit on the novelization of the film, dozens of magazine articles, and many of the original theatre posters.
  10. At one stage Peter Weller was attached to do a cameo as John Yutani, the other half of the infamous “Weyland-Yutani” Company from the Alien (1979) films.
  11. This is the first Alien film, and also the first Predator film, to get a rating other than R.
  12. The character of Verheiden was named after comic book writer Mark Verheiden, creator of the first Aliens vs Predator comic series and first story ever involving both species (except for the brief cameo of the alien skull in Predator 2).
  13. The drawings that Paul W.S. Anderson used for his original presentation to 20th Century Fox were done by Patrick Tatopoulos.
  14. First Predator movie to feature a left-handed predator.
  15. A lengthy scene set in 1904 involving the Bouvet Island whaling station was cut. The sequence involved a group of whalers that discover an unopened Predator-pod in the snow and bring it back to the whaling station. The Predator later emerges from the pod and massacres the unsuspecting men. In the midst of the fray, a single whaler named Karl escapes, hiding in a field of whale bones. Frostbitten and tired, he later returns to the whaling station, where there is no longer any sign of the Predator. He finds his way into one of the wooden shacks, only to discover an Alien lying in wait. Before it can attack him, the Predator reappears and smacks Karl aside, breaking his ribs. Karl then dies from his injuries and the cold as the two creatures square off in the shack.
  16. The scene in which Weyland’s team discovers the sacrificial chamber inside the pyramid was originally longer than seen in the theatrical cut. After Rousseau and Thomas discuss the hole in the corpse’s chest, Sebastian finds a calcified facehugger. Lex and Sebastian then theorize as to what the creature’s origin could be.
  17. After the opening credits are shown, SFX designers Tom Woodruff Jr. and Alec Gillis have brief cameos as technicians who discover the heat bloom coming from the pyramid.
  18. Paul W.S. Anderson rewarded hardcore Alien and Predator fans by scattering references to the individual franchises with his film. The opening shot of the movie is a silhouette of the alien queen from Aliens (1986), before being completely revealed as a Weyland Satellite.
  19. The altars where victims were placed in the Chamber of Sacrifices of the pyramid is arranged exactly the same as the hibernation pods in the original Alien (1979) movie.
  20. Weyland’s satellite is shot in a way that it resembles the frontal section of the Sulaco ship, from Aliens.
  21. The black and white movie playing in the beginning of the film is another popular monster face-off, Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943).
  22. The heroine calling an alien an “ugly mother…” is a reference to the two previous Predator films, in which both Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny Glover refer to the Predators as such.
  23. The first film in the Alien franchise to not feature Sigourney Weaver, who has said in interview the idea of the crossover “sounded awful”.
  24. At the beginning of the film in the satellite control station, the technician has a ‘drinky drinky’ bird among the Tweety Pie dolls. These are the same birds that were seen on the dining room table in Alien (1979).
  25. The read out of the predator ship at the beginning of the film, is shown reflected in the visor of the predator mask, as the readouts of the Nostromo in Alien (1979) were reflected on the space helmets.
  26. The shot of the team approaching the top of the pyramid, with their flashlights, taken from inside it references the shot of the of the Nostromo’s expedition team walking up to the entrance of the derelict.
  27. The design in the centre of the floor in the sacrificial chamber is almost identical to the artwork of the Alien 3 (1992) poster.
  28. A title near the beginning of the film identifies the ice cutter transporting the exploration team as “The Piper Maru”. The ship’s name comes from season 3, episode 15 of The X Files (1993).
  29. The words “alien” and “predator” are never said in this movie. Aliens are called “things”, “creatures” and “serpents”. Predators are referred to as “hunters”.
  30. At a special industry screening director Paul W.S. Anderson said that the film was always planned as an R-rated movie and shot that way, but only three weeks prior to release the studio changed that by severely cutting the film for a lower PG-13 rating. This account has been heavily disputed by original AVP writer Peter Briggs.
  31. When Lex asks Sebastian how to say “scared shitless” in Italian, he replies “Non vedo l’ora di uscire da questo piramide con te, perche mi sto cagando adosso.” Translated, this literally means “I can’t wait to get out of this pyramid with you, because I’m shitting myself.”
  32. The green glow stick dropped down the shaft contains the fluorescent liquid used by the effects departments of all the Predator movies as the Predators’ blood. According to director John McTiernan, on Predator (1987) they stumbled on the effect after unconvincing attempts to make the blood look orange forced the crew to look for alternatives.
  33. Gary Busey was also approached to play John Yutani.
  34. In the official AVP theatrical trailer, there’s a brief shot of the prison planet Fury 161 from Alien 3 (1992).
  35. The whale bones seen several times during the movie look like the bones the Nostromo’s crew find on the ship in Alien (1979).
  36. The end credits color and style (green computer text on black) are the same as the display of “Mother,” the onboard computer in “Alien,” right down to the underlining of important text (in this case, the department titles).There are no opening credits, just a title.
  37. If you listen very carefully during the end-credits, you can hear the signature clicking-rasps of the Predators, and the iconic hiss of the Alien Warrior subtly interjected into the musical score.
  38. SPOILER AHEAD: This is the second movie directed by Paul W.S. Anderson in which Colin Salmon is cut into cubes.


  1. Internet Movie Database: Alien vs. Predator (2004).

Miscellaneous Information on Aliens vs. Predator Requiem


  • No peace on Earth.
  • Christmas Day there will be no peace on Earth.
  • In space no one can hear you scream… On Earth, it won’t matter.
  • On Earth everyone can hear you scream.
  • The last place on Earth we want to be is in the middle.
  • Christmas Day the New Battle Begins.

Alternative Titles

  • AVP 2
  • AVP 2: Survival of the Fittest
  • Aliens vs. Predator 2
  • Alien vs. Predator 2
  • Alien vs. Predator 2: Survival of the Fittest
  • Colorado Nights (Production Alias)

Production Companies

  • 20th Century Fox
  • Davis Entertainment
  • FV Productions Ltd.
  • Dune Entertainment LLC

Casting, Extras, Background Performers

  • EMG Entertainment
  • King Talent Inc.
  • Ty Rhea Models


  • United States/Canada
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Special/Visual Effects

  • Amalgamated Dynamics
  • hy*drau*lx
  • Pixel Liberation Front

Production Information

  • Production Dates
    June 2006 – November 17, 2007
  • Filming Dates
    September 25, 2006 – December 8, 2006
  • Filming Studio Location
    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (Vancouver Film Studios, Studio B)
  • On-Location Filming
    Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Surrey, and Langley, British Columbia, Canada

Trailer/ TV Spot/ Video Clip Release Dates

  • August 24, 2007 (Trailer: Red Band)
  • August 30, 2007 (Trailer: International)
  • September 8, 2007 (Trailer: Green Band)
  • September 20, 2007 (Trailer: Population)
  • October 30, 2007 (Video: Store Showdown)
  • December 3, 2007 (TV Spot: Domestic #1)
  • December 8, 2007 (TV Spot: Japan)
  • December 11, 2007 (TV Spot: In the Middle)
  • December 11, 2007 (TV Spot: Last Place)
  • December 11, 2007 (TV Spot: Trailer Recut)
  • December 12, 2007 (TV Spot: No Peace)
  • December 12, 2007 (TV Spot: Take Off)
  • December 12, 2007 (TV Spot: Evolution)
  • December 12, 2007 (Video: First Five Minutes)
  • December 16, 2007 (Video: No Peace on Earth Featurette)
  • December 16, 2007 (Video: German Featurette)
  • December 17, 2007 (Video: Wach Auf by Oomph Music Video)
  • December 20, 2007 (Video: National Guard Ambush)
  • December 20, 2007 (Video: Get to the Chopper)
  • December 20, 2007 (Video: Sewer Battle)
  • December 20, 2007 (Video: Poolside Escape)
  • December 20, 2007 (Videohive Fight)

Poster Debut

  • September 21, 2007 (Poster #1)
  • October 4, 2007 (International Poster)
  • October 31, 2007 (Alien and Predator Character Posters)

Release Dates

  • USA/Canada
    December 25, 2007
  • Colombia
    December 25, 2007
  • Hong Kong
    December 25, 2007
  • Australia
    December 25, 2007
  • Germany
    December 26, 2007
  • New Zealand
    December 26, 2007
  • Slovakia
    December 27, 2007
  • Estonia
    December 28, 2007
  • Japan
    December 28, 2007
  • Lithuania
    December 28, 2007
  • Poland
    December 28, 2007
  • Venezuela
    December 28, 2007
  • Singapore
    January 1, 2008
  • Taiwan
    January 1, 2008
  • Egypt
    January 2, 2008
  • France
    January 2, 2008
  • Portugal
    January 3, 2008
  • Bulgaria
    January 4, 2008
  • Finland
    January 4, 2008
  • Mexico
    January 4, 2008
  • Sweden
    January 4, 2008
  • Argentina
    January 10, 2008
  • Croatia
    January 10, 2008
  • Greece
    January 10, 2008
  • Denmark
    January 11, 2008
  • Iceland
    January 11, 2008
  • Spain
    January 11, 2008
  • Portugal
    January 11, 2008
  • Belgium
    January 16, 2008
  • Netherlands
    January 17, 2008
  • South Korea
    January 17, 2008
  • Russia
    January 18, 2008
  • Norway
    January 18, 2008
  • United Kingdoms
    January 18, 2008
  • Brazil
    January 22, 2008
  • Korea
    January 24, 2008
  • Italy
    January 25, 2008
  • Hungary
    January 31, 2008
  • Turkey
    February 29, 2008

Red Band Trailer Analysis

  • Rating and Studio Identification 0:00 – 0:11
    The Red Band rating and 20th Century Fox logo fade in.
  • In Space 0:11 – 0:13
    “In Space” appears in white text.
  • Predator Ship Fly-By 0:13 – 0:15
    As in previous films we see a Predator ship swoop into view from deep space.
  • No One Can Hear You Scream 0:15 – 0:18
    “No One Can Hear You Scream” appears in white text.
  • Predator Ship Pans for Earth 0:18 – 0:20
    The Predator ship pans and descends towards it’s target – Earth.
  • On Earth 0:20 – 0:22
    “On Earth” appears in white text.
  • Predator Ship Crash 0:22 – 0:27
    We see the Predator ship engulfed in flames, plummeting to the Earth. A father and his boy on a hunting expedition turn and watch the streaking ball of flame overhead.
  • It Won’t Matter 0:27 – 0:30
    “It Won’t Matter” appears in white text.
  • Search Party 0:30 – 0:35
    Set at night, we see a group of locals searching the woods, presumably either for the father and son, or for the downed ship.
  • Predator Vision 0:35 – 0:37
    A quick flash to the Predator’s point of view, Wolfe is watching the search party.
  • Facehuggers Escape! 0:37 – 0:39
    Two facehuggers escape their stasis tubes aboard the downed Predator spacecraft.
  • Apprehension 0:39 – 0:44
    Short, quick flashes to the human characters, who are seemingly waiting for something to happen. In the final shot it seems that Ricky and Dallas are searching the sewers.
  • Facehuggers Strike! 0:44 – 0:49
    The facehuggers move through the foliage towards the father and son duo. The father hears a noise and quickly turns and aims his rifle. His son, who’s ducked behind a moss covered rock, looks on wearily. Suddenly the facehuggers strike, hugging first the father, then the son!
  • On the Run! 0:49 – 0:50
    Kelly and Molly run for their lives in the dark woods.
  • Sliced and Diced! 0:50 – 0:51
    The Predator is up to his old tricks, a skinned human victim is left hanging from a tree. Meanwhile Sheriff Morales and his deputy discover the grizzly remains.
  • It’s Go Time! 0:51 – 0:52
    A quick shot of the Predator unleashing his wrist blades.
  • Something came after us! 0:52 – 0:54
    Ricky, Jesse and Dale meet up with Dallas and Sheriff Morales and Ricky tells them, “Something came after us!”. Dallas asks, “What came after you?”. Ricky replies, “I don’t know!”
  • Watch it! 0:54 – 0:55
    A green light glows on a quick shot of a hissing Alien warrior.
  • Hold on! 0:55 – 0:56
    In Ripley-like fashion, Kelly, who is driving a military vehicle of some sort, turns over her shoulder and yells, “Hold on!”. She then drives the vehicle through some burning debris.
  • Acid Bath! 0:56 – 1:01
    The scene begins with Wolfe locking his triangular laser sight on a target – an Alien that has just tackled Dale! The point of view then shifts to the Predator and we see a confirmed plasma cannon lock. The scene shifts back to Wolfe firing, with the plasma round taking the Alien in the top of the skull, blowing most of it away. Dale isn’t saved, however, as an acid bath sprays on his face, quickly melting it away.
  • The town is completely overrun! 1:01 – 1:02
    We see Sheriff Morales speaking into a radio while standing outside of a military vehicle. Kelly is sitting inside in the background. It’s unknown who he’s speaking with, probably the military, but he tells them, “The town is completely overrun.”
  • Alien Attack! 1:02 – 1:06
    An unsuspecting victim shines a flashlight out a window, only to find an Alien starring right back at him! The Alien jumps through the glass and attacks him. Molly screams and Kelly picks up her daughter and runs. The other man screams in agony as the Alien continues to attack him.
  • Military Retreat from Hive 1:06 – 1:07
    Three soldiers retreat from the hospital hive down a stairwell. They fire off several rounds from what appear to be Colt M4 Commando rifles.
  • Stealth 1:07 – 1:09
    Wolfe cloaks and his eyes glow in the darkness.
  • Cop Killer 1:09 – 1:10
    A deputy sheriff is taken down when the Predator impales him through the chest with his wrist blades.
  • Military Might 1:10 – 1:13
    The National Guard rolls into town and try to take control of the situation. We hear Morales on a voice over asking, “What’s the army’s evacuation plan?”. Meanwhile outside of the hospital the townspeople try to pin down the Aliens.
  • Predator vs. PredAlien, Round One! 1:13 – 1:14
    Wolfe and the PredAlien clash in hand-to-hand combat!
  • Ambush! 1:14 – 1:16
    The military and townspeople open fire on attacking Aliens, one soldier yells, “It’s a fucking ambush!”.
  • Pinned Down 1:16 – 1:21
    Ricky, Kelly, Molly, Dale and Jesse stumble into the hive inside the hospital. But there’s someone else lurking – the Predator, watching with his thermal vision. Wolfe throws his shuriken and pins Jesse to the wall killing her instantly!
  • Indiana Predator! 1:21 – 1:25
    Wolfe unleashes his whip and ropes in an Alien. Tugging back on the whip is cuts the Alien in half!
  • Evacuate! 1:25 – 1:26
    A quick shot of a military official announcing, “There’s an airlift in 30 minutes.”
  • Captured! 1:26 – 1:28
    Dallas is captured by the cloaked Predator!
  • Military Cover-Up 1:28 – 1:31
    Colonel Stevens and two other decorated officers walk down a hallway while Kelly says, “The Colonel’s lying, the army thinks about containment first.” During the voice over the camera cuts to Kelly inside a military vehicle, then a shot of a monitor that displays the potential Alien infestation rates. Under the monitor is the acronym O.W.L.F., or Other World Life Form.
  • Battle in the Sewers 1:31 – 1:34
    Wolfe takes to the sewers and is attacked by two Aliens. In a display of strength he lifts one up with each arm while they snap their inner jaws and flay their tails.
  • Bombs Away! 1:34 – 1:37
    A bomber jet streaks the sky and drops its payload toward Gunnison, while Sheriff Morales looks on. Meanwhile Kelly starts by saying, “If I’m right…” and is cut off by Morales finishing her sentence, “We’re all dead.”
  • Predator vs. PredAlien, Round Two! 1:37 – 1:43
    Wolfe unsheathes his wristblades and drives them up into the PredAlien’s skull. The scene then cuts to Kelly unloading with a heavy calibre machinegun atop an armoured vehicle. The scene shifts back to the battle between the Predator and the PredAlien, when the PredAlien strikes and thrusts his tail through the Predator’s torso, then growls in delight.
  • What’s for Dinner? 1:43 – 1:47
    The Aliens fight back in three quick clips – a cafeteria worker in the kitchen, tackling the Predator down an elevator shaft, head biting a construction worker, then tearing apart one of the teens.
  • Countdown 1:47 – 1:49
    The Predator runs from his self destructing spaceship, with two quick clips of Alien limbs being severed.
  • Boom! Headshot… 1:49 – 1:51
    The Predator tracks and targets two armed humans, decapitating both with a twin blast from his dual shoulder plasma cannons.
  • Fall from Grace 1:51 – 1:53
    The Predator falls onto a steel girder, firing a wayward plasma blast that sparks off a metal railing.
  • PredAlien Double Headbite! 1:53 – 1:54
    The PredAlien chews off half of a human victim’s face with a single head bite, and then the scene quickly cuts to a head bite attempt on the Predator.
  • Bye, Bye Ricky! 1:54 – 1:55
    Ricky’s face is filled with terror as an Alien’s tail skewers him from behind. The scene then cuts to Darcy screaming as she watches this unfold.
  • Fuck you! 1:56 – 1:59
    An Alien goes in for the kill after Dallas, little does it know he’s armed with a Predator plasma rifle. It’s the last thing to go through it’s mind. Literally.
  • End Title 1:59 – 2:07
    The title Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem fades in.
  • Date and Website 2:07 – 2:11
    The Christmas release date and official website www dot avp-r  dot com fade into the screen. The screen then fades to black.

Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem Casts and Crew

Writing Credit

  • Shane Salerno
  • Dan O’Bannon
  • Ronald Shusett
  • Jim Thomas
  • John Thomas
  • A 20th Century Fox Release
  • A Davis Entertainment Production
  • A Brothers Strause Film


  • Steven Pasquale
  • Johnny Lewis
  • John Ortiz
  • Reiko Aylesworth
  • Sam Trammell
  • Ariel Gade
  • Ty Olsson
  • David Paetkau
  • David Hornsby
  • Gina Holden
  • Chelah Horsdal
  • Shareeka Epps
  • Kristen Hager
  • Meshach Peters
  • Juan Riedinger
  • Rainbow Francks
  • Robert Joy
  • Liam James
  • Kurt Max Runte
  • Tim Henry
  • Jason Rickey
  • Ryan Robbins
  • Victoria Bidewell
  • Sean Kennedy
  • Dallas Howard
  • Ricky Howard
  • Sheriff Morales
  • Kelly O’Brien
  • Tim O’Brien
  • Molly O’Brien
  • Nathan Post
  • Dale Post
  • Drew
  • Carrie Adams
  • Darcy Benson
  • Kendra
  • Jesse
  • Curtis
  • Earl
  • Scotty
  • Colonel Stevens
  • Sam Benson
  • Buddy Benson
  • Dr. Lennon
  • E.R. Doctor
  • Trucker
  • Hospital Victim
  • Background Performer (Uncredited Extra)


  • John Davis
  • David Giler
  • Wyck Godfrey
  • Walter Hill
  • Paul Deason

Original Music

  • Brian Tyler

Based on Characters Created By

  • Dan O’Bannon
  • Ronald Shusett
  • Jim Thomas
  • John Thomas


  • Shane Salerno

Original Alien Design

  • H.R. Giger


  • Daniel Pearl
  • Joel Ransom

Film Editing

  • Dan Zimmerman


  • Mindy Marin – Casting Director (Los Angeles)
  • Kara Lipson  – Casting Associate (Los Angeles)
  • Coreen Mayrs – Casting Director (Vancouver)
  • Heike Brandstatter – Casting (Vancouver)
  • Andrea Brown – Extras Casting (Vancouver)
  • Cliff Brown – Extras Casting (Vancouver)
  • Sylvia Nablo – Casting Driver/Transportation Coordinator
  • Gary Morneau – Casting Driver/Transportation Coordinator
  • Bert Prevost – Transportation Captain
  • Larry Tardif – Transportation Co-Captain/Cast Driver
  • Jerry Stepaniak – Cast Driver
  • G. Mansea – Cast Driver

Production Design

  • Andrew Neskoromny

Art Direction

  • Helen Jarvis
  • Andrew Li

Set Decoration

  • Shane Vieau

Costume Design

  • Angus Strathie

Makeup Department

  • Jayne Dancose
  • Linda Jones Key Make-Up Artist
  • Key Hairstylist

Production Management

  • Warren Carr – Production Manager
  • Jena Niquidet – Production Coordinator
  • Fleur Western – Second Assistant Production Coordinator

Assistant Directors

  • Lars P. Winther – First Assistant Director
  • Kathy Houghton – Second Assistant Director
  • Tarnya Cook – Third Assistant Director
  • Jody Ryan – Third Assistant Director

Second Unit

  • Jeff Habberstad
  • Ken Shane
  • Janine Law
  • Jennifer Nelson
  • Trevor Ralph
  • Drew Locke
  • Nick Bergstedt
  • Sasha Proctor
  • David S. Warner

Art Department

  • Helen Jarvis
  • Andrew Li
  • Sharon Thompson
  • Lori West
  • Sally Hudson
  • Richard Bennett
  • Danelle Davenport
  • Terry Weaver
  • Gavin De West
  • Brian Epp
  • Jack Gauvreau
  • Michael Dundas
  • Renee Dundas
  • Vaughan Baker
  • John Beatty
  • Dale Menzies
  • Kevin Tomecek
  • Brian Jansen
  • Andrew ‘Slinky’ Pereszlenyi
  • Chris Beach
  • Michael Jovanoski

Sound Department

  • Patrick Ramsay -Sound Mixer
  • Dave Griffiths – Boom Operator

Special Effects Department

  • Alec Gillis
  • Tom Woodruff Jr.
  • Tony Lazarowich
  • Suma Abuzaineh
  • Michael Broom
  • Rory Cutler
  • Damian Fisher
  • John Sleep
  • Scott R. Treliving

Visual Effects Department

  • Greg Strause
  • Colin Strause
  • Eric Mises-Rosenfeld
  • Kendrick Wallace


  • J.J. Makaro
  • Jon Kralt
  • Trevor Addie
  • Eli Zagoudakis
  • Darryl Quon
  • Mike Desabrais
  • James Bamford
  • Duane Dickinson
  • Rhys Williams
  • Lani Gelera
  • Jeffrey C. Robinson

Other Crew

  • Allison Chretien
  • Kurtis Reeves
  • John Denison
  • Ryan Steacy
  • Simon Carrigan
  • Louise Heatherington
  • Kelly Moon
  • Joe Kornago
  • Eylem Sonmez
  • Steve Sach
  • Peter Munro
  • Linda Yip
  • Candice Preddy
  • Oliver Rappard
  • Shaun Moskie
  • Grant Astle
  • Stuart Haggarty
  • Sean Oxenbury
  • Tony Whiteside
  • Jason Bogard
  • Rebecca Feldman
  • Larry Tardif
  • Russ Hawkes
  • Tom Watson
  • Monty Black
  • Johnny Mac McIntosh
  • Morris Chapdelaine
  • Hakan Coskuner
  • Dixie Cutler
  • Jim Filippone
  • Penny Mackie
  • Lorne Miess