Kids in the Hall Brain Candy


1h 30m 1996

Brief Synopsis

The country has gone happy. Stark, raving happy. And things couldn't be worse. In their film debut, the Kids in the Hall star in the satiric story of the madcap events that occur when a mood-altering prescription drug craze sweeps the nation.

Film Details

Also Known As
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

The country has gone happy. Stark, raving happy. And things couldn't be worse. In their film debut, the Kids in the Hall star in the satiric story of the madcap events that occur when a mood-altering prescription drug craze sweeps the nation.

Crew

David Alexander

Visual Effects

Trevor Ambrose

Assistant Editor

Fiona Andrew

On-Set Dresser

David Appleby

Rerecording

Dave Asling

Visual Effects

Paul Austerberry

Art Director

David Axford

Visual Effects

Nancy Isabelle Baldo

Other

Claire Bambrough

Sound

Suzanne Batinovic

Camera Trainee

Dave Boyle

Visual Effects

Annie Bradley

Assistant

Fred Brennan

Dialogue Editor

Kelly Brine

Storyboard Artist

Dan Brooks

Visual Effects

Kathryn Buck

Script Supervisor

Mario Cacioppo

Makeup Artist

William Cameron

Main Title Design

Jon Campfens

Visual Effects Supervisor

Bruce Carwardine

Sound Mixer

Jayson Clute

Assistant Camera Operator

Ross Clydesdale

Casting

Angelo Colavecchia

Camera Operator

Angelo Colavecchia

Steadicam Operator

Christopher Comrie

Production Auditor

Sue Conley

Adr Editor

Christopher Cooper

Editor

Judi Cooper-sealy

Hair

Kathryn Daw

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jennifer Deathe

Assistant Director

Cliff Dempster

Production Assistant

Roderick Deogrades

Sound

Nan Dowling

Assistant

Donna Dupere-taylor

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Gordon Eldridge

Electrician

Peter Ellery

Stunts

Paul Elliot

Hair Stylist

Doug Elliott

Other

Janet Ellis

Production Assistant

Paul Eves

Stunts

David Farant

Stand-In

Nathan Farr

Production Assistant

Jamie Ferenczi

Other

Kelly Fiddick

Adr

Tricia Fish

Production Associate

Gary Fluxgold

Assistant Editor

Clarence Ford

Choreographer

Candide Franklyn

Dolly Grip

Cameron Frasier

Other

Richard Gajdecki

Visual Effects

Walter Gasparovic

Assistant Director

Heidi Gerber

Post-Production Coordinator

Heidi Gerber

Assistant

Ben Gilchrist

Assistant

Glen Goodchild

Grip

Wayne Goodchild

Grip

Barry Goodwin

Lighting Technician

Yuri Gorbachow

Music Editor

James Gore

Foley

Dougie Graham

On-Set Dresser

Susan Greenfield

Other

Rob Greenway

Adr

Tony Guerin

Assistant Camera Operator

Darren Guilfoil

Visual Effects

Roscoe Handford

Adr

Ted Hanlan

Stunt Coordinator

Rich Harkness

Sound Effects Editor

Mike Harris

Set Decorator

Mathew Hart

Location Manager

Gudrun Heinze

Visual Effects

Ron Hewitt

Assistant Property Master

Chris Hinton

Color Timer

Norm Hiscock

Screenplay

Penny Hozy

Sound

Roy O Irvine

Grip

John Irwin

Generator Operator

Barry Isenor

Assistant Art Director

Mic Jones

Stunts

Gregory Keen

Production Designer

Jim Krauter

Grip

George Kraychyk

Photography

Mathew Lammerick

Scenic Artist

Don Lamoreux

Other

Russell Langille

Assistant Editor

Mishann Lau

Sound Effects

Armand Leo

Production Manager

Armand Leo

Post-Production Supervisor

Josh Levy

Production Assistant

Danny Lima

Stunts

Carla Lockhart

Assistant

Neil Lumlock

Assistant Location Manager

David Makin

Director Of Photography

Harry Makin

Unit Director

Harry Makin

Director Of Photography

Andy Malcolm

Foley Artist

Rudolf Mammitlsch

Camera

David Mccallum

Sound Effects Editor

Bruce Mcculloch

Screenplay

Aleida Mcdonald

Costumes

Kevin Mcdonald

Screenplay

Mark Mcfadden

Production Assistant

Dave Mcgroarty

Sound

Mark Mckinney

Screenplay

Robert Mcrae

Lighting Technician

Peter Melnychuk

Boom Operator

Lorne Michaels

Producer

Veronica Miller

Production Auditor

Stuart Mitchell

Transportation Captain

Brad Moore

Stand-In

Wendy May Moore

Costume Consultant

Neil Morfitt

Assistant Art Director

Dodie Nilsson

Other

Craig Northey

Music

Helle O'connell

Music Coordinator

Tim O'connell

Rerecording

Billy Oliver

Stunts

Mary Pantelidis

Production Coordinator

Michael Panton

Other

Richard Parker

Animal Trainer

Stephen Petrie

Casting Associate

Tim Progosh

Adr

Herb Reischl

Lighting

Karen Renaut

Costume Supervisor

Vic Rigler

Property Master

Robert Roberts

Assistant Costume Designer

John Rose

On-Set Dresser

Andrew Rosen

Assistant

Tom Rosenberg

Executive Producer

G Marq Roswell

Music Supervisor

Carol Rothel

Production Auditor

Carolyn Scott

Adr

Marcia Scott

Wardrobe Assistant

Leanne Shapton

Art Assistant

Joni Sighvatsson

Executive Producer

Joel Skeete

Visual Effects

Dave Staples

Transportation Coordinator

David Steinberg

Executive Producer

Pat Steward

Other

Tamara Stone

Visual Effects

James Tamblyn

Video Playback

Jane Tattersall

Sound Editor

Anthony Tedesco

Other

Rose Tedesco

Assistant Director

Bryan Thomas

Stunts

Barnaby Thompson

Coproducer

Scott Thompson

Screenplay

Vicki Thurston

Other

Tom Turnbull

Director Of Photography

Tony Van Der Akker

Foley Mixer

Don Vandewater

Construction Coordinator

Grant Volkers

Transportation Co-Captain

Debbie Wainwright

Other

Paul Wainwright

Other

Martin Walters

Line Producer

Delphine White

Costume Designer

Don White

Rerecording

Geralyn Wraith

Makeup

Richard Wright

Coproducer

Film Details

Also Known As
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring April 12, 1996

Limited Release in United States April 12, 1996

Wide Release in United States April 19, 1996

Released in United States on Video September 17, 1996

The Kids--David Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson--mark their feature debut after taping the last episode of their series in July 1994. First broadcast on Canada's CBC in 1989, the Kids in the Hall television series has enjoyed critical acclaim as well as tenure on HBO, CBS and, currently, on Comedy Central. The 110 episodes and more than 700 sketches have garnered the Canadian actors numerous ACE, Gemini and Emmy awards and nominations.

Began shooting July 1995.

Completed shooting August 24, 1995.

Released in United States Spring April 12, 1996

Limited Release in United States April 12, 1996

Wide Release in United States April 19, 1996

Released in United States on Video September 17, 1996