Gil Adler


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Bordello of Blood (1996)
Director
Tales From the Crypt Presents Demon Knight (1995)
Segment Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Bordello of Blood (1996)
Screenplay
W.E.I.R.D. World (1995)
Screenplay
Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1993)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

7 Days As A Kingpin (2014)
Producer
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (2011)
Producer
Valkyrie (2008)
Producer
Superman Returns (2006)
Producer
The Fountain (2006)
Producer
Constantine (2005)
Executive Producer
Starsky & Hutch (2004)
Executive Producer
Ghost Ship (2002)
Producer
Thirteen Ghosts (2001)
Producer
House on Haunted Hill (1999)
Producer
Double Tap (1997)
Producer
Bordello of Blood (1996)
Producer
W.E.I.R.D. World (1995)
Co-Executive Producer
Tales From the Crypt Presents Demon Knight (1995)
Producer
Two Fisted Tales (1991)
Producer
Basic Training (1985)
Producer
Certain Fury (1985)
Producer
Home Movies (1979)
Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Valkyrie (2008)
Line Producer

Director (Special)

Death of Some Salesmen (1993)
Director
What's Cookin'? (1992)
Director

Writer (Special)

A Fatal Caper (1996)
Writer
Real Ghosts II (1996)
Writer
Escape (1996)
Writer
About Face (1996)
Writer
You, Murderer (1995)
Writer
Death of Some Salesmen (1993)
Writer
Two For the Show (1993)
Writer
This'll Kill Ya (1992)
Writer
Haunted Lives... True Ghost Stories (1991)
Writer
Yellow (1991)
Writer
Dead Wait (1991)
Writer

Producer (Special)

The Kidnapper (1996)
Producer
A Fatal Caper (1996)
Producer
A Slight Case of Murder (1996)
Producer
Horror in the Night (1996)
Producer
Escape (1996)
Producer
Smoke Wrings (1996)
Producer
Report from the Grave (1996)
Producer
Last Respects (1996)
Producer
Cold War (1996)
Producer
About Face (1996)
Producer
Confession (1996)
Producer
Real Ghosts II (1996)
Producer
Ear Today... Gone Tomorrow (1996)
Producer
Comes the Dawn (1995)
Producer
99 and 44/100% Pure Horror! (1995)
Producer
You, Murderer (1995)
Producer
Doctor of Horror (1995)
Producer
In the Groove (1994)
Producer
Staired in Horror (1994)
Producer
The Assassin (1994)
Producer
House of Horror (1993)
Producer
Till Death Do We Part (1993)
Producer
Creep Course (1993)
Producer
Half Way Horrible (1993)
Producer
Death of Some Salesmen (1993)
Producer
Came the Dawn (1993)
Producer
As Ye Sow (1993)
Producer
Oil's Well That Ends Well (1993)
Producer
Well-Cooked Hams (1993)
Producer
Forever Ambergris (1993)
Producer
Food for Thought (1993)
Executive Producer
People Who Live in Brass Hearses (1993)
Producer
Two For the Show (1993)
Producer
This'll Kill Ya (1992)
Producer
Beauty Rest (1992)
Producer
On a Dead Man's Chest (1992)
Producer
The New Arrival (1992)
Producer
What's Cookin'? (1992)
Producer
Werewolf Concerto (1992)
Producer
King of the Road (1992)
Producer
Seance (1992)
Producer
Showdown (1992)
Producer
Maniac at Large (1992)
Producer
Strung Along (1992)
Producer
Split Personality (1992)
Producer
Curiosity Killed (1992)
Producer
None But the Lonely Heart (1992)
Producer
Haunted Lives... True Ghost Stories (1991)
Producer
Loved to Death (1991)
Producer
The Trap (1991)
Producer
Deadline (1991)
Producer
Spoiled (1991)
Producer
Carrion Death (1991)
Producer
Abra Cadaver (1991)
Producer
Dead Wait (1991)
Producer
Easel Kill 'Ya (1991)
Producer
Yellow (1991)
Producer
Top Billing (1991)
Producer
Undertaking Palor (1991)
Producer
Mournin' Mess (1991)
Producer
Split Second (1991)
Producer
The Reluctant Vampire (1991)
Producer

Special Thanks (Special)

A Fatal Caper (1996)
Writer
Real Ghosts II (1996)
Writer
Escape (1996)
Writer
About Face (1996)
Writer
You, Murderer (1995)
Writer
Death of Some Salesmen (1993)
Writer
Two For the Show (1993)
Writer
This'll Kill Ya (1992)
Writer
Haunted Lives... True Ghost Stories (1991)
Writer
Yellow (1991)
Writer
Dead Wait (1991)
Writer

Misc. Crew (Special)

This'll Kill Ya (1992)
Writer (Tv)

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

The Third Pig (Do Not Use) (1996)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Hope And Glory (1987) - What Are All The Pink Bits? The first scenes at school in bomb-damaged World War II London, Bill (Sebastian Rice Edwards, his character based on writer-director John Boorman) and his sister (Geraldine Muir) arrive late, and the headmaster (Gerald James) and a teacher (Barbara Pierson) take strident measures, in Hope And Glory, 1987.
Norma Rae (1979) - It Goes Like It Goes Real photos of the young Sally Field (title character), Martin Ritt directing factory scenes from Opelika, Alabama, and Jennifer Warnes' much-praised rendering of the Oscar-winning song by David Shire and Norman Gimbel, opening Norma Rae, 1979.
Norma Rae (1979) - What A Union Is Sally Field (title character) in the crowd as New York union organizer Reuben (Ron Liebman) makes his famous speech in a back-woods North Carolina church, her pal Bonnie Mae (Gail Strickland) among his supporters, in Martin Ritt's Norma Rae, 1979.
River Runs Through It, A (1992) - Let The Fireworks Begin Home to Missoula, Montana in 1926, Dartmouth grad Norman Maclean (Craig Sheffer) inquires with Chub (Michael Cudlitz) about the striking Jesse Burns (Emily Lloyd), later discussing a then-new tune by Mort Dixon and Ray Henderson, in Robert Redford’s A River Runs Through It, 1992.
Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969) -- Raindrops... Butch (Paul Newman) awakens Etta (Katharine Ross) with his new bicycle, on which they romp to B.J. Thomas' singing Burt Bacharach and Hal David's hit "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1969.
One On One (1977) - Smells Like Burning Leaves Robby Benson (star and co-screenwriter) as basketball-scholarship freshman Henry, after a fashion make-over with upper classman Tom (Cory Faucher), at his first decadent college party, Gail Strickland as the intoxicated cougar Athletic Department secretary, in One On One, 1977.
Foreigner, The (1978) -- Just Drive Minimal production values and/or budget, Eric Mitchell, himself a director of the New York Punk and "No Wave" film movement, plays the lead, opening Amos Poe's The Foreigner, 1978.
Foreigner, The (1978) -- Things Are Pretty Bad Duncan Hannah is the loosely identified boss "Shake," telling the cabbie where to take Eric Mitchell, the title character, who then meets a contact (Klaus Mettig), who's not much help, with unorthodox shooting and sound editing, in New York Punk director Amos Poe's The Foreigner, 1978.
Foreigner, The (1978) -- You're On Your Own Eric Mitchell, the title character, brought to New York to do a job nobody seems to know about, meets two more useless contacts, Kool (Chirine El Khadam, who is also the cinematographer) at the World Trade Center, then another (unidentified) near the United Nations, in Punk director Amos Poe's The Foreigner, 1978.
Radio Days - Scrap Iron Pearl Harbor changes the world for Joey (Seth Green, director Woody Allen narrating) and his pals, listening to radio hero Biff Baxter (Jeff Daniels) and experimenting with binoculars, in Radio Days, 1987.

Trailer

Promo

TCM & Bonhams Auction -- (TCM Original) What Dreams Are Made Of A TCM original look at What Dreams Are Made Of: A Century Of Movie Magic At Auction, As Curated By Turner Classic Movies, taking place November 25th.
Doug Jones -- (TCM Podcast) July 2013, Part One Actor Doug Jones, known for playing monsters for director Guillermo Del Toro, and in TNT's newly-renewed Falling Skies, is the guest for the July, 2013 TCM Podcast.
Allan Havey -- (TCM Podcast) June 2013, Part Two In Part two of the TCM Podcast for June, 2013, actor and comedian Allan Havey, well-known to fans of Mad Men, The Office and The Late Show With David Letterman, discusses Johnny Carson and The Tonight Show, among other topics, with TCM's Scott McGee.
Allan Havey -- (TCM Podcast) June 2013, Part One Actor and comedian Allan Havey, well-known to fans of Mad Men, The Office and The Late Show With David Letterman, is this month's guest, appearing here in part one of the TCM Podcast for June, 2013.
Second Looks - Illeana Douglas Actress and producer Illeana Douglas is the host for TCM's May, 2013 Friday Night Spotlight programming, Second Looks, beginning May 3rd at 8pm ET.
Angie Dickinson - Guest Programmer Promo for the Monday, May 13th appearance of TCM friend, TV and movie star, ever-popular Angie Dickinson, Guest Programmer for the month, with Robert Osborne, starting at 8pm ET.
Laurence Olivier - Star Of The Month, April 2013 TCM's original promo for the April, 2013 Star Of The Month, Laurence Olivier.
Greer Garson - By Keith Carradine Actor Keith Carradine with a personal tribute to TCM's Star Of The Month for March, 2013, the critical and box office favorite from MGM, Greer Garson.
Holidays On TCM - TCM Original TCM's original promo for December, 2012 holiday programming, with 33 films including Christmas double features every Sunday throughout the month, starting at 8pm ET, song "Now Is The Start" by A Fine Frenzy.
Great Adaptations - Dunne, Radcliffe, DeHaan, Huston Interviews with Griffin Dunne, Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan and Jack Huston featured in this look at TCM's November "Great Adaptations" programming, Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the month.
Ben Mankiewicz -- (TCM Promo) TCM Host A TCM original promo, getting to know host Ben Mankiewicz.
Regis Philbin - Guest Programmer Original promo for TCM Guest Programmer Regis Philbin, appearing with Robert Osborne Tuesday, September 4th, starting at 8pm ET, introducing four of his favorite films.

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