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|Directed by:||Jim Wynorski|
|Written by:||Mark Sevi|
|Produced by:||Catalaine Knell; Russle D. Markowitz; Gary Schmoeller|
|Music by:||Chuck Cirino|
|Edited by:||Richard Gentner|
|Distributed by:||Cinetel Films|
Columbia TriStar Home Video
Echo Bridge Entertainment
|Released:||August 17th, 1994|
|Running time:||84 min.|
|Previous:||Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991)|
Ghoulies IV is an American horror film of the monster/comedy subgenres. It is the fourth and to date, final installment in the Ghoulies film series and follows 1991's Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College. The film was directed by Jim Wynorski and written by Mark Sevi based on characters originally created by Jefery Levy and Luca Bercovici. The movie was produced by CineTel Films and released direct-to-video by Columbia TriStar Home Video on August 17th, 1994. The film stars Peter Liapis reprising his role as Jonathan Graves.
|Peter Liapis||Jonathan Graves|
|Barbara Alyn Woods||Kate|
|Bobby Di Cicco||Scotty|
|Tony Cox||Ghoulie Dark|
|Arturo Gil||Ghoulie Lite|
|John Cann||Indian clerk|
|Micahel Chieffo||City power worker|
|Lynn Danielson-Rosenthal||Female victim|
|Antonia Dorian||Lady in red|
|Nathan Jung||Big inmate|
|Tony March||Crazy inmate|
|Ace Mask||Doctor Rochelle|
|John Parsons||Patrol cop|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Ghoulies IV was released on VHS by Columbia TriStar Home Video on August 17th, 1994. It was released on DVD by Echo Bridge Entertainment on July 3rd, 2007.
- Lead actor Peter Liapis is credited as Pete Liapis in this film.
- One of the major differences between this film and it's predecessors is that the Ghoulies are now dwarves wearing costumes as opposed to the puppetry used to present them in previous films.
See also Edit
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|Ghoulies film franchise.|