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Event Horizon (1997)

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In 2047 a group of astronauts are sent to investigate and salvage the starship 'Event Horizon' which disappeared mysteriously 7 years before on its maiden voyage. With the its return, the crew of the 'Lewis and Clark' discovers the real truth behind the disappearance of the 'Event Horizon' – and something even more terrifying.

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson

Release Date: 1997-08-15
Status: Released
Run time: 96 min / 1:36
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $26,673,242
Production Companies : Impact Pictures, Paramount, Golar Productions
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 1997-08-15
Status: Released
Run time: 96 min / 1:36
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $26,673,242

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Laurence Fishburne
as Captain Miller
Sam Neill
as Dr. William Weir
Kathleen Quinlan
as Peters, Med Tech
Joely Richardson
as Lt. Starck
Richard T. Jones
as Cooper
Jack Noseworthy
as Justin
Jason Isaacs
as D.J.
Sean Pertwee
as Smith
Peter Marinker
as Captain John Kilpack
Holley Chant
as Claire
Barclay Wright
as Denny Peters
Noah Huntley
as Burning Man / Edward Corrick
Robert Jezek
as Rescue 1 Technician
Emily Booth
as Girl on Monitor (uncredited)
Teresa May
as Vanessa (uncredited)


Directing Paul W.S. Anderson Director
Production Jeremy Bolt Producer
Production Lawrence Gordon Producer
Production Nick Gillott Executive Producer
Camera Adrian Biddle Director of Photography
Editing Martin Hunter Editor
Sound Michael Kamen Original Music Composer
Production Lloyd Levin Producer
Writing Philip Eisner Writer
Production Colin Brown Executive Producer
Art Joseph Bennett Production Design
Production Deborah Aquila Casting
Production John Hubbard Casting
Production Ros Hubbard Casting
Costume & Make-Up John Mollo Costume Design
Art David Allday Art Direction
Art Philip Elton Art Direction
Art Mark Harris Art Direction
Art Michael Lamont Art Direction
Art Simon Lamont Art Direction
Art Giles Masters Art Direction
Art Tony Reading Art Direction
Art Crispian Sallis Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Nuala Conway Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Stephanie Kaye Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Catherine Heys Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Nuala Conway Makeup Artist
Crew Pauline Fowler Makeup Effects
Crew Waldo Mason Makeup Effects
Art Sara-Jane Valentine Art Department Coordinator
Art Harry Metcalfe Construction Coordinator
Art Sarah Horton Set Designer
Art Malcolm Middleton Supervising Art Director
Directing Patrick Clayton First Assistant Director
Sound Ross Adams Sound Effects Editor
Editing Brigitte Arnold Dialogue Editor
Sound Campbell Askew Sound Designer
Editing Colin Chapman Dialogue Editor
Editing Nick Lowe Dialogue Editor
Editing Tony Message Dialogue Editor
Visual Effects Clive Beard Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Neil Corbould Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Paul Corbould Special Effects Supervisor
Crew Katie Gabriel Special Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Trevor Wood Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Richard Yuricich Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Marc Boyle Stunt Coordinator
Camera Roderick Barron Camera Operator
Camera Alf Tramontin Steadicam Operator
Camera David Worley Camera Operator
Costume & Make-Up Ken Crouch Costume Supervisor
Sound Christopher Brooks Music Editor
Sound Alex Gibson Music Editor
Sound Graham Sutton Music Editor
Sound Pete Tong Music Supervisor
Directing Jo Beckett Script Supervisor
Directing Caroline Sax Script Supervisor
Editing David Rees Color Timer
Sound Orbital Original Music Composer
Costume & Make-Up Barbara Rutter Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Pauline Heys Key Makeup Artist
Production Ben Link Unit Manager
Production Dusty Symonds Unit Production Manager
Directing Paddy Carpenter First Assistant Director
Art Alastair Bullock Art Department Assistant
Crew Robert Jackson Carpenter
Art Kevin Herd Leadman
Art Arthur Wicks Property Master
Art David Ackrill Props
Art Kate Murray Sculptor
Sound Peter Dansie Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Tim Partridge Dolby Consultant
Sound John Ireland Foley Editor
Sound Paul Conway Sound Editor
Sound Chris Munro Sound Mixer
Sound Mike Dowson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Crew Bob Keen Animatronic and Prosthetic Effects
Crew Caimin Bourne Special Effects
Visual Effects Chas Cash 3D Animator
Visual Effects Nathalie Buce 3D Artist
Crew Pat Conran CG Supervisor
Visual Effects John Schoonraad Visual Effects
Visual Effects Martin Gabriel Visual Effects Coordinator
Crew Russ Woolnough Visual Effects Editor
Crew Colin Brown Executive Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Lisa Fisher Visual Effects Producer
Crew Paul Jennings Stunts
Lighting Gary Nagle Electrician
Camera Adam Biddle First Assistant Camera
Lighting Kevin Day Gaffer
Camera Paul Hatchman Grip
Camera John Flemming Key Grip
Lighting Eddie Done Lighting Technician
Lighting Michael Chambers Rigging Gaffer
Crew Peter Hodgson Video Assist Operator
Production Alex Wald Casting Associate
Editing Joe Gallagher Additional Editor
Editing Simon Harris First Assistant Editor
Production Derek Harrington Location Manager
Sound Mark Berrow Musician
Sound John Bellow Orchestrator
Crew Kim Libreri Digital Effects Supervisor
Crew Ty Senior Propmaker
Crew Jim Simpson Set Production Assistant
Crew Nikki Inwood Stand In
Crew Lubo Hristov Supervising Animator
Crew Ian Fishlock Systems Administrators & Support
Crew Muriel Gérard Unit Publicist
Production Don Miller Production Accountant
Production Maureen Blume Production Coordinator
Writing Richard K. Buoen Storyboard
Crew Ed Hawkins Sequence Supervisor

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  • The obvious inspiration for "Event Horizon'' is a much better film, Andrei Tarkovsky's "Solaris" (1972), where a space station orbits a vast planet. The planet in that film is apparently alive, and creates hallucinations in the minds of the orbiters, making them think they're back on Earth with their families.

  • Audience Reviews for Event Horizon A great sci-fi horror flick (essentially a haunted house movie in space with a little bit of Hellraiser) that was sadly under-appreciated when it first came out.

  • Event Horizon is an underrated sci-fi experience that despite what critics say, pulls you in fast and keeps it that way. The curiosity and wonder doesn't stop at the end with the idea of what the lost directors cut floating around somewhere contains.

  • Seven years before, a revolutionary spaceship that used a black hole drive disappeared. Now it has reappeared in the orbit of Neptune, and a rescue ship is sent to see if there are any survivors.

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  • Event Horizon opens in the mid 21st century, where man has attempted faster-than-light travel. The vessel built for this was the space ship the Event Horizon, and it contained at it's heart an artificial singularity, a miniature black hole if you will, that will open a door to another part of the universe.

  • Event Horizon is one of those films that had a rushed production with tons of studio interference, leading to a box office flop which subsequently found it’s audience on home video. I think it’s a bold piece of sci-fi with some amazing sets, chilling cinematography and a really good score, all of which gives it a really claustrophobic ...

  • Event Horizon, released in 1997, is a sci-fi horror movie.The film, itself, has received low ratings, but some of the aspects of this film are worth noting. STORYLINE. A rescue crew is called to the task of retrieving a ship called the “Event Horizon” along with the former crew.

  • Event Horizon is a 1997 science fiction horror film directed by Paul W. S. Anderson and written by Philip Eisner.It stars Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan and Joely Richardson.Set in 2047, it follows a crew of astronauts sent on a rescue mission after a missing spaceship, the Event Horizon, spontaneously appears in orbit around Neptune.