Tremors 4 from the box set this is a 4 disc set.English,French & Spanish audio languages.French & spanish subtitles.Encoded with DVD SHRINK as a dvd 5.Full untouched dvd R1 retail NTSC.Widescreen.
Writers (WGA):S.S. Wilson (characters) &
Brent Maddock (characters) ...
Release Date:2 January 2004 (USA) more
Genre:Action | Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller | Western more
Tagline:A Revolution Has Begun...
Plot:A prequel to Tremors (1990), this movie tells us about the town of Rejection and how they defended it against the worm monsters. full summary | full synopsis (warning! may contain spoilers)
Plot Keywords:Gatling Gun | Morse Code | Decapitation | Desert | Camping more
User Comments:I've seen worse $200+ million epics! more
Cast (Cast overview, first billed only)
Michael Gross ... Hiram Gummer
Sara Botsford ... Christine Lord
Billy Drago ... Black Hand Kelly
Brent Roam ... Juan Pedilla
August Schellenberg ... Tecopa
J.E. Freeman ... Old Fred
Ming Lo ... Pyong Lien Chang
Lydia Look ... Lu Wan Chang
Sam Ly ... Fu Yien Chang
Neil Kopit ... Victor (as Neal Kopit)
Sean Moran ... Western Union Clerk
Matthew Seth Wilson ... Brick Walters
John Dixon ... Big Horse Johnson
Dan Lemieux ... Stony Walters (as Dan Lemmeux)
Don Ruffin ... Soggy
Create a character page for: Hiram GummerChristine LordJuan PedillaTecopaPyong Lien ChangLu Wan ChangVictorWestern Union ClerkBrick WaltersBig Horse JohnsonStony WaltersSoggy-----------more...
Trivia:Michael Gross was the only person to appear in all four Tremors movies. In Tremors (1990), Tremors II: Aftershocks (1996) (V) and Tremors 3: Back to Perfection (2001) (V), he played Burt Gummer. In Tremors 4: The Legend Begins (2004) (V), he played Hiram Gummer, an ancestor of Burt Gummer. more
Goofs:Revealing mistakes: The paintbrush the man uses to paint the F in PERFECTION obviously doesn't have any real paint on it, its tip is just colored white. more
Quotes:[a Graboid bursts through the ground; to Hiram]
Black Hand Kelly: Let your lead fly, man!
Movie Connections:Referenced in Dirt Dragons: 'Tremors 4: The Legend Begins' (2004) (V) more
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I've seen worse $200+ million epics!, 9 April 2005
Author: Noel Bailey ([email protected]) from Baulkham Hills, New South Wales, Australia
If you're looking for entertainment..no more, no less - this little gem delivers! By far the best sequel (arguable order of merit for the series would be 1,4, 2 and 3) this is Michael Gross's film in totality. He has made the franchise his own and comes full circle playing his own Great Grandfather. It is a measured and emotional performance. As mine-owner Hiram Gummer he comes to Rejection" (as the backwoods township was known) to find out what has been killing the miners. What he discovers is completely outside his somewhat wimpy comfort-zone.
Very much a return to the original in terms of characters...and even special effects which rely thankfully here, far less on laughable CGI. What might be seen as scaled-down excitement is more than compensated for with absolutely knock-out performances - Drago and Gross especially.
All four films have an easy-on-the-eye laid back feel, principally because the production teams has remained intact throughout. Four excellent movies without sex, gratuitous violence and a solitary screen cussing in fifteen years. Not that Gross looks any older now than he did in 1989/1990.
Very faithful to the earlier films and fully explanatory of how it all came about. Mention should also be made of Jay Ferguson's great musical score - the best of the four films.
Best scripted, photographed and acted straight-to-video film I have yet seen and certainly was deserving of a theatrical release.