|Directed by:||Ralph S. Singleton|
|Written by:||John Esposito|
|Produced by:||William J. Dunn; Anthony Labonte; Joan V. Singleton; Ralph S. Singleton; Bonnie Sugar; Larry Sugar|
|Music by:||Brian Banks; Anthony Marinelli|
|Edited by:||Jim Gross; Randy Jon Morgan|
|Distributed by:||Paramount Pictures|
|Released:||October 26th, 1990|
|Running time:||89 min.|
Graveyard Shift is an American feature film of the horror genre. It was directed by Ralph S. Singleton with a screenplay written by John Esposito based on a short story by Stephen King. It was produced by Paramount Pictures and premiered theatrically in the United States on October 16th, 1990.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|David Andrews||John Hall|
|Kelly Wolf||Jane Wisconsky|
|Brad Dourif||The Exterminator|
|Robert Alan Beuth||Ippeston|
|Jonathan Emerson||Jason Reed|
|Kelly L. Goodman||Warwick's secretary|
|Susan Lowden||Daisy May|
|Joe Perham||Mill inspector|
|Emmet Kane||Exterminator's assistant|
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Graveyard Shift (1990) redirects to this page.
- The tagline for this film is "Stephen King took you to the edge with The Shining and Pet Sematary. This time...... he pushes you over".
- Graveyard Shift is an adaptation of a short story by author Stephen King. It was first published in the October 1970 issue of Cavalier magazine, and later collected in King's 1978 collection Night Shift.
- This movie is not to be confused with Graveyard Shift, which was a 1987 movie about a vampire taxicab driver.
- Production on Graveyard Shift began on June 14th, 1990. Principal filming concluded on August 2nd, 1990.
- The central setting of this film is Maine in the present day. The movie was also filmed in parts of Brewer, Bangor, and Harmony, Maine. Scenes of the textile mill were filmed at Bartlettyarns Inc., which is a yarn mill in Harmony.
Explicit content[edit | edit source]
- Female partial nudity: Partially naked woman on a poster in a bar.
- Gore: Animals eating through flesh. Stabbings/Slashings. Blood spray.
- Profanity: Persistent use of very strong language.
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