The film that give horror movies the finger
|Directed by||Rodman Flender|
|Written by||Terri Hughes; Ron Milbauer|
|Produced by||Andrew Licht; Jeffrey A. Mueller; Jeffrey Sudzin; Jennifer Todd; Suzanne Todd|
|Music by||Graeme Revell|
|Edited by||Stephen E. Rivkin|
|Distributed by|| Columbia Pictures|
|Release date(s)||April 30th, 1999|
|Running time||90 min.|
Idle Hands is an American horror film of the teen comedy subgenre. It was directed by Rodman Flender and written by Terri Hughes and Ron Milbauer. It was produced by Jeffrey Sudzin, Andrew Licht, Jeffrey A. Mueller and Jennifer & Suzanne Todd for Columbia TriStar Pictures and released theatrically in the United States on April 30th, 1999. The film stars Devon Sawa as teenager Anton Tobias who suffers the misfortune of having a hand that gets possessed and goes out of control. Valiantly assisting Anton in his troubles are his best friends Mick (Seth Green) and Pnub (Elden Henson). Other notable cast members involved in the production of the film include Jessica Alba, Vivica A. Fox, Sean Whalen and Fred Willard.
|Devon Sawa||Anton Tobias|
|Vivica A. Fox||Debi LeCure|
|Christopher Hart||The Hand|
|Fred Willard||Dad Tobias|
|Connie Ray||Mom Tobias|
|Steve Van Wormer||Curtis|
|Timothy Stack||Principal Tidwell|
|Joey Slotnick||Burger Jungle manager|
|Sabrina Lu||News reporter|
|Kyle Gass||Burger Jungle guy|
|Mindy Sterling||Lady bowler|
|Randy Oglesby||Sheriff Bucanan|
|Carl Gabriel Yorke||Chaperone|
|Dexter Holland||Band lead singer|
|Thomas DeLonge||Window server at Burger Jungle|
|Rodman Flender||Silhouette outside front window|
|Ricky Martin||Man in car park|
|Deirdre O'Brien||Party girl|
|Bree Michael Warner||Party girl|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This is the tenth horror film directed by Rodman Flender. He is also known for directing The Haunting of Morella, Slumber Party Massacre II and Leprechaun 2.
- Writers Terri Hughes and Ron Milbauer are also known for their work on the CW Network television series Supernatural.
- Actor Seth Green is also known for playing the role of Daniel "Oz" Osbourne on the WB Network television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.