Quicksilver Highway (1997)

USA, 13 May

An American horror television film directed by Mick Garris.

Plot Summary

An anthology of two short horror stories. In The Chattering Teeth, a man picks up a hitchhiker and pays the usual price; while in The Body Politic a pair of rebel against the rest of the body.


Director: Mick Garris
National Studios
Executive Producers: Donna Dubrow, John McTiernan, Sandra Ruch
Co-Executive Producers: Bob Lemchen, Tarquin Gotch
Producers: Mick Garris, Ron Mitchell
Script: Mick Garris
Short Stories: The Body Politic by Clive Barker; Chattering Teeth by Stephen King
Director of Photography: Shelly Johnson
Editor: Norman Hollyn
Music: Mark Mothersbaugh
Sound Mixer: Richard Schexnayder
Costume Designer: Warden Neil
Make Up: Leigh Mitchell, Douglas Noe
Hair: Don Lynch
Prosthetic Effects Supervisor: Leon Laderach
Special Effects Coordinator: Mark R. Byers
Visual Effects Supervisor: William Mesa
Production Designer: Craig Stearns
Casting: Lynn Kressel

Christopher Lloyd (Aaron Quicksilver)
Matt Frewer (Charlie/Dr Charles George)
Raphael Sbarge (Kerry Parker/Bill Hogan)
Missy Crider (Olivia Harmon Parker/Lita Hogan)
Silas Weir Mitchell (Bryan Adams)
Bill Nunn (Len)
Veronica Cartwright (Myra)
Bill Bolender (Scooter)
Amelia Heinle (Darlene)
Clive Barker (anaesthesiologist)
Cynthia Garris (Ellen George)
Kevin Grevioux (police sergeant)
Christopher Hart (Lefty)
William Knight (rhinoplasty man)
John Landis (surgical assistant)
Shawn Nelson (driver)
Sherry O'Keefe (Harriet DaVinci)
Dana Waters (hand chaser)
Constance Zimmer (female patient)


Cyborgs, Santa Claus and Satan: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Made for Television by Fraser A. Sherman pp.149