Species II

Species II

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In the science-fiction thriller Species (1995), Natasha Hentsridge appeared as the beautiful but deadly Sil, a human-alien DNA combo. In this sequel, Hentsridge portrays Eve, a government experiment concocted to gain an understanding of how to combat future aliens, while Michael Madsen and Marg Helgenberger repeat their roles from the earlier film. When astronaut Patrick Ross (Justin Lazard) returns from the first manned Mars expedition, he's infected with the same DNA that spawned Sil and Eve. Hailed as a hero, Ross is pressed into politics by his father (James Cromwell), a senator. Any woman who beds the sexually active Ross is immediately impregnated, with embryos quickly developing and killing the mother. Ross hides the offspring on a family estate, as LA cops begin to detect a pattern in the female deaths. At the lab where scientists are monitoring Eve, Dr. Laura Baker (Helgenberger) realizes that Eve has a telepathic link with Ross, and that these two hybrids hope to couple. Press Lennox (Madsen) and Colonel Burgess (George Dzundza) figure Eve can be used to lead them to Ross. Cleared as a murder suspect, Mars mission astronaut Dennis Gamble (Mykelti Williamson), joins Lennox and Baker and gets in on the action as everyone involved closes in on Ross. Richard Belzer does a cameo as the President of the U.S., while Peter Boyle makes an uncredited appearance as a scientist.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/08/2016
UPC: 0826663165319
Original Release: 1998
Rating: NR
Source: Shout Factory
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:33:00
Sales rank: 25,636

Special Features

NEW from Sil to Eve - an interview with actress Natasha Henstridge; NEW creature creations - interviews with creature & special make-up effects creator Steve Johnson and more...; NEW alien evolutions - an interview with screenwriter Chris Brancato; NEW special effects outtakes & behind-the-scenes footage; Audio commentary with director Peter Medak; Scenes from the film featuring uncut footage not shown in theatres; Theatrical trailer; Still Galleries - including behind-the-scenes photos and production sketches

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Madsen Press Lennox
Natasha Henstridge Eve
Marg Helgenberger Dr. Laura Baker
Mykelti Williamson Dennis Gamble
George Dzundza Col. Carter Burgess Jr.
James Cromwell Sen. Ross
Justin Lazard Patrick Ross
Myriam Cyr Anne Sampas
Sarah Wynter Actor
Baxter Harris Actor
Scott Morgan Actor
Peter Boyle Actor
Richard Belzer Actor

Technical Credits
Peter Medak Director
Maria Baker Set Decoration/Design
Stan Barrett Stunts
Cheryl Bermeo Stunts
Chris Brancato Screenwriter
Richard Bruno Costumes/Costume Designer
Terry P. Chapman Special Effects
Digital Magic Co. Special Effects
Edward Conna Stunts
Matthew J. Downey Special Effects
Allen D. Easton Camera Operator
Dennis Feldman Executive Producer
Marvin Felton Special Effects
Jeffrey Lee Gibson Stunts
Dave Goyette Special Effects
Joseph Grossberg Special Effects Supervisor
James M. Halty Stunts
Tabby Hanson Stunts
Perry Husman Production Manager
David Insley Camera Operator
Steve Johnson Makeup Special Effects
B.B. King Songwriter
Miljen "Kreka" Kljakovic Production Designer
Matthew Leonetti Cinematographer
Louis Lindwall Special Effects
Thomas Loizeaux Camera Operator
Amanda Mackey-Johnson Casting
Ralph Maiers Special Effects Supervisor
Frank Mancuso Producer
J.W. McCormick Special Effects
Pat Moran Casting
Steve Nelson Sound/Sound Designer
Richard Nord Editor
Benjamin Rosenberg Asst. Director
Mike Runyard Stunts
Cathy Sandrich Casting
Tom Schnaidt Camera Operator
Edward Shearmur Score Composer
Suzette Sheets Set Decoration/Design
Richard Snell Makeup
Stuart Stein Camera Operator
Gerald Sullivan Set Decoration/Design
Mike Tice Special Effects
Tim Trella Stunts
Shelly Ziegler Asst. Director
Dick Ziker Stunts
Mark Zuelzke Art Director

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Species II 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
kd5 More than 1 year ago
While rarely as good as the original, this sequel is certainly not "lame". We found it entertaining, I feel it deserves at least 3½ stars, rounded up to 4 because you can't do ½ stars here. It's really not nearly as bad as "lame"...
kenKV More than 1 year ago