I Married a Monster (1998)

USA, 8 October
90m
35mm film, colour, 4:3
stereo, English

An American science fiction television film directed by Nancy Malone.

Plot Summary

Kelly begins to suspect that something has happened to her new husband Nick when his behaviour radically changes. It turns out that he's been possessed by an alien.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Nancy Malone
Stu Segall Productions, Paramount Television
Executive Producer: John Levoff
Produced by: Stu Segall
Line Producer: Lisa Cochran-Neilan
Written by: Duane Poole
Based on the Screenplay I Married a Monster from Outer Space by: Louis Vittes
Director of Photography: Geoffrey Schaaf
Editor: Rob Kobrin
Music by: David Shire
Costume Designer: Debbie Shine
Make-up Department Head: RaMona Fleetwood
Visual Effects Supervisor: Edward L. Williams
Digital Effects Supervisor: Tom Mahoney
Art Director: Bill Brownell
Casting: John A. Aiello

Cast
Richard Burgi (Nicholas Farrell)
Susan Walters (Kelly Drummond)
Tim Ryan (Steve)
Barbara Niven (Linda)
Richard Herd (Dr Paul Drummond, Kelly's uncle)
Barney Martin (Pop, bartender at Mawby's)
Tim De Zarn (Deputy Pete)
Jason Van (Deputy Pete)
Vaughn Armstrong (Sheriff Collins)
Michael Bard Bayer (Deputy Harley)
Scott Benefiel (desk deputy)
Clement Blake (posse member #1)
Dan Borowicz (man)
Jonathan Breck (friend #2)
Toshi Harrison (bridesmaid #1)
Leslie Harter [real name: Leslie Zemeckis] (bridesmaid #2)
Christine Kludjian (woman)
Ming Lo (coroner)
Hank Matt (lifeguard)
Brien Perry (friend #1)

Alternative Titles

Alien Nightmare – Germany
AviomiehenI on alien – Finland (video)
Ho sposato un alieno – Italy
Instinto alienígena – Spain
Marslakó a férjem – Hungary
Os Possuidores – Brazil
Мъжът ми е чудовище – Bulgaria

Remake of
I Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958)

References

Books

  • Cyborgs, Santa Claus and Satan: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Made for Television by Fraser A. Sherman p.93 – credits, review
  • Movies Made for Television 1964-2004 Volume 3: 1990-1999 by Alvin H. Marill pp.240-241 – credits, review