In this eerie science-fiction ghost story, an astrophysicist (Sam Neill), haunted by the memory of his wife's suicide, joins a rescue mission to salvage his life's work: the Event Horizon, a prototype spacecraft capable of faster-than-light travel that has been missing for seven years. Their arrival triggers contact with something beyond human experience--and more dangerous than ever imaginable. Similar in plot to Andrei Tarkovsky's eponymous screen adaptation of Stanislaw Lem's science-fiction novel SOLARIS, EVENT HORIZON provides some truly disturbing moments in its often potent combination of horror and sci-fi.
Adrian Biddle - Director Of Photography, AN AMERICAN HAUNTING (2006)
Sean Pertwee - British actor
Paul Anderson - British Director/ SHOPPING, MORTAL KOMBAT etc.
Paul W.S. Anderson - British Director/ SHOPPING, MORTAL KOMBAT etc.
Lloyd Levin - Producer
Animated Extras - Special effects/Make-up company
Joely Richardson - Actress
Laurence Fishburne - American Actor, BOYZ N THE HOOD (1991), THE MATRIX (1999)
Larry Fishburne - American Actor, BOYZ N THE HOOD (1991), THE MATRIX (1999)
Laurence Fishburne III - American Actor, BOYZ N THE HOOD (1991), THE MATRIX (1999)
Michael Kamen - American Composer/Conductor
Mass. Illusion - Visual Effects Production Company
Kathleen Quinlan - American Actress
Kathy Quinlan - American Actress
Jeremy Bolt - PRODUCER: 'Shopping', 'Event Horizon', 'Stiff Upper Lips'.
Lawrence Gordon - Producer, 1970s-/ 48 HOURS, PREDATOR, TOMB RAIDER
The Computer Film Company - Special effects company
John Mollo - Costume Designer
Jack Mollo - Costume Designer
Jack Noseworthy - Actor/"S.F.W."
Jason Isaacs - Actor/"Solitaire For Two"
Sam Neill - Australian actor, JURASSIC PARK, EVENT HORIZON
Richard Timothy Jones - Actor/ EVENT HORIZON, THE WOOD
Richard T. Jones - Actor/ EVENT HORIZON, THE WOOD
Martin Hunter - Editor, CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK (2004)
"...Visually staggering production design -- truly an event itself..." - 08/15/1997 USA Today, p.3D
"...The director, Paul Anderson, is a stylist to watch..." - 09/05/1997 Entertainment Weekly, p.54
"...It's especially well-cast....And Philip Eisner's script holds our interest..." - 08/15/1997 Los Angeles Times, p.F16