Night of the Creeps Movie Behind The Scenes

Making Night of the Creeps



Go behind the scenes on the 1986 Horror / Occult movie starring Jason Lively, Jill Whitlow, Steve Marshall More Cast

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Original working title was "Homecoming Night."

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Deleted Scenes

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Alternate Versions

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There are some alternate endings to this film. They are...

- Version for regular television has Roy Cameron walking out of the house as a zombie. He collapses near a cemetery where the Creeps escape but are later captured by the alien spacecraft from the opening scene.

- In the movie released and video tape, the ending is done when Ray blows himself up and Jill Whitlow kisses Chris. The zombie dog approches the couple and she bends over to touch the dog. End of course it ends with the slug coming out of the dogs mouth and Jill is stunned. The other ending is Rays becomes a zombie and Jill whitlow kiss Chris and says "nice suit." Ray's head opens up and the slugs runs to a cemertary with the mother space ship is searching for it.

- The other ending was only seen on SciFi channel on TV. Also additional scenes were added for a 2 hour play. So it answer more questions. Also with Ray, when he was listening to Jill and CHris. He told Chris "She's too good for you." In a larger sense he was telling himself that. The guilt he felt and him being hurt by his girlfriend. There's a lot of Ray in all of us. If you see the TV version, a lot more footage was shown. The film did not look so choppy and more complete.

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1986 Columbia TriStar
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