|Directed by:||Brett Leonard|
|Written by:||Andrew Kevin Walker; Neal Jimenez|
|Produced by:||Jerry A. Baerwitz; Agatha Hanczakowski; Gimel Everett|
|Music by:||Trevor Jones|
|Edited by:||B.J. Sears|
|Distributed by:||TriStar Pictures|
|Released:||March 3rd, 1995|
|Running time:||106 min.|
Hideaway is a feature film of the horror genre that deals with subjects of satanism, murder, and near-death experiences. It is based on a novel of the same name by Dean Koontz. The film was directed by Brett Leonard with a screenplay written by Andrew Kevin Walker and Neal Jimenez. The film was produced by TriStar Pictures released theatrically in the United States on March 3rd, 1995. Hideaway stars Jeff Goldblum as small business owner Hatch Harrison with Christine Lahti as his wife, Lindsey, and Alicia Silverstone as their teenage daughter, Regina Harrison. Jeremy Sisto plays the role of the antagonist of the film, Jeremy "Vassago" Nyebern, with Alfred Molina as his father, Jonas Nyebern, and Rae Dawn Chong as psychic Rose Orwetto.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Jeff Goldblum||Hatch Harrison|
|Christine Lahti||Lindsey Harrison|
|Alicia Silverstone||Regina Harrison|
|Jeremy Sisto||Jeremy "Vassago" Nyebern|
|Alfred Molina||Jonas Nyebern|
|Rae Dawn Chong||Rose Orwetto|
|Kenneth Welsh||Detective Breech|
|Suzy Joachim||Doctor Kari Dovell|
|Shirley Broderick||Miss Dockridge|
|Tom McBeath||Morton Redlow|
|Roger R. Cross||Harry|
|Michael McDonald||Young cop|
|Don S. Davis||Doctor Martin|
|Rebecca Toolan||Female doctor|
|Hiro Kanagawa||Nurse Nakamura|
|Jayme Knox||Mother of baby|
|Norma Wick||TV announcer|
|Tiffany Foster||Samantha Harrison|
|Iris Quinn Bernard||Jonas' wife|
|Natasha Morley||Jonas' daughter|
|Sarah Strange||Second girlfriend|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This movie is alternatively known as O Esconderijo.
- The tagline for this film is "Hatch Harrison was pronounced dead on arrival. After two hours, the doctors brought him back. But he didn't come back alone".
- There are a total of twenty-five credited cast members in this film.
- This film was released on the same day as The Mangler.