|Directed by||Keith Gordon; Tobe Hooper; Paul Shapiro; Ian Toynton; Thomas J. Wright|
|Written by||Philip Levens; Steven Aspis; José Rivera; Will Dixon; Damian Kindler|
|Produced by||Dan Angel; Billy Brown; Steve Aspis; Robert Petrovicz; Erin Maher; Drew Matich|
|Music by||George S. Clinton|
|Edited by||Ken Bornstein; Michael Russo; Robert L. Sinise|
|Distributed by||Angel/Brown Productions; Sci-Fi Channel|
|Release date(s)||July 27th, 2002|
|Running time||120 min. (w/commercials)|
Shadow Realm is a compilation of four episodes of the short-lived Fox Network television series Night Visions. Each episode contained two stories and were originally hosted by musician/actor/writer Henry Rollins. The Sci-Fi Channel acquirred the rights to broadcast the episodes, including the last two unaired episodes and strung them together as an anthology movie. Title sequences and end credits were changed and the Henry Rollins introductions were removed from the final product.
|Miguel Ferrer||Doctor Dan Critchley|
|John B. Lowe||Mister Brand|
"The Maze" Edit
|Thora Birch||Susan Thornhill|
|Amanda Plummer||Music professor|
|Chilton Crane||Mrs. Hartford|
|Shirley Knight||Mrs. Finch|
|Jaime Abregana, Jr.||Rick|
|Cameron Crigger||Young Tim Malone|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Not to be confused with the anime series .
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