Scary Movie 3


1h 30m 2003

Brief Synopsis

It all begins when roving reporter Cindy Campbell sets out to find a hard news story in the middle of television sweeps. She soon uncovers an outrageous onslaught of globe-threatening developments including alien invaders, killer videotapes, freaky crop circles, prophecies of The One, eerie-eyed children, ambitious white rappers and even a run-in with Michael Jackson. Faced with conspiracies of massive proportions, and a crew of very strange people following her around, Cindy must fight to stop evil from taking over the world yet again.

Film Details

Also Known As
Scary Movie 3: Episode I, Lord of the Brooms
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Horror
Sci-Fi
Release Date
2003
Production Company
Eric Shonz; Keri Winters; Richard Eisenberg
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

It all begins when roving reporter Cindy Campbell sets out to find a hard news story in the middle of television sweeps. She soon uncovers an outrageous onslaught of globe-threatening developments including alien invaders, killer videotapes, freaky crop circles, prophecies of The One, eerie-eyed children, ambitious white rappers and even a run-in with Michael Jackson. Faced with conspiracies of massive proportions, and a crew of very strange people following her around, Cindy must fight to stop evil from taking over the world yet again.

Crew

Bill Abbott

Music Engineer

Lloyd Adams

Stunts

Rashid Ahmed

Accountant

Mark Aisbett

Stunts

Dave Alexander

Stunts

Craig Alpert

Assistant Editor

George H Anderson

Sound Designer

Grace Anderson

Costumer

Charles Andre

Stunts

Andrei Andrianko

Set Designer

Ginger Anglin

Special Effects

Steve Apostolina

Voice Casting

Lisa Ashley

Hair Stylist

Lisa Ashley

Makeup Artist

Rey Astronomo

Video Playback

Chris Ayers

Concept Artist

Bruce Babcock

Music Conductor

Loren Bagelman

Production Assistant

Chris Baillie

Assistant Director

Douglas Baird

Camera Operator

Larry Baldwin

Driver

James Bamford

Stunts

Cassandra Barbour

Rights & Clearances

Kim Barker

Product Placement

Gail Barrett

Costume Supervisor

Barb Bartos

Stunts

John Bayntun

Dresser

Phil Beauman

Source Material

Perry Beckham

Stunts

Richard Beech

On-Set Dresser

Adam Behr

Puppeteer

Dexter Bell

Stunts

Gordon Bell

Lighting Technician

Renee Bella

Assistant Location Manager

Kellie Belle

Post-Production Assistant

Laurent Ben-mimoun

Matte Painter

Michael J. Benavente

Supervising Sound Editor

Jeff Bender

Concept Artist

Dan Bennett

Key Grip

Ruaidri Bennett

Production Assistant

Tim Bennett

Office Production Assistant

Yves Bernadette

Gaffer

Robert Berthelet

Carpenter

Chris Bignell

Special Effects Technician

J.b. Bivens

Rigging Grip

Dalias Blake

Stunts

James Blake

Scenic Artist

Ron Blenkarn

Driver

Sharon Bloedorn

Assistant Editor

Tim Boddington

Caterer

Michael Bolan

Best Boy

Lou Bollo

Stunts

Travis Bond

Special Effects Supervisor

Curt Bonn

Stunts

Brenda Borrowman

Scenic Artist

Anna Bosa

Assistant Camera

Julien Bosse

Rigging Grip

Bob Bottieri

Scenery

Gary Bourgeois

Sound Mixer

Sarah Bourgeois

Assistant Sound Editor

Scott Bourgeois

Camera Operator

Fraser Boyle

Key Grip

Kim Boyle

Visual Effects Producer

Ray Boyle

Gaffer

Dave Bozman

Driver

Paula Bradley

Assistant Costume Designer

Russell Brady

Hair Stylist

Heike Brandstatter

Casting

James A Brewer

Associate Editor

Zoe Bridgeman

Stunts

Richard Bronskill

Music Engineer

Dan Bronson

Assistant Costume Designer

Dustin Brooks

Stunts

Murray Brown

Driver

Rich Brown

Accountant

Chuck Bruce

Driver

Marc Brunelle

Lighting Technician

David Bryant

Digital Effects Artist

Kim Buchanon

Stand-In

John Buffery

Stunts

Simon Burnett

Stunts

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter

Michelle Butler

Digital Effects Artist

Stacey Butterworth

Wig Supplier

Fitch Cady

Unit Manager

Graham Cairns

Assistant Director

Steve Caldwell

Digital Effects Artist

Jake Callihoo

Transportation Coordinator

Brad Cameron

Driver

Pamela Cameron

Costumer

Malcolm Campbell

Editor

Rhaban Canas

Concept Artist

Jwaundace Candece

Stunts

Dave Carpenter

Song Performer

Dave Carpenter

Song

Scott Carpenter

Driver

Javier Carranza

Lighting Technician

Simon Carrigan

Production Assistant

Lawrence Carroll

Digital Effects Artist

Macon Cauthen

Assistant

Chris Cera

Modelmaker

Lisa Chalmers

Craft Service

Lisa Chalmers

Medic

Brett Chan

Stunts

Raymond Chan

Stunts

Doug Chapman

Stunts

Jason Chapman

Assistant Camera

Robert Chartier

Driver

Claude Chausse

Animal Wrangler

Tom Chen

Video Playback

Max Chickite

Carpenter

Wade Childers

Music Engineer

Bo Chung

Special Effects

Frank Ciofitto

Production Assistant

Kevin Clark

Greensman

Dan Clarke

Effects Assistant

Brian Clawson

Special Effects

Bryan Clements

Music Engineer

Errin Clutton

Casting Assistant

Luman Coad

Puppeteer

Sarah Coatts

Effects Coordinator

Bill Coffin

Digital Effects Supervisor

Nora Collins

Craft Service

Martin Conley

Camera Operator

Dale Ann Connery

Art Department

Cary Cooper

On-Set Dresser

Jorge Corante

Song

Graham Coutts

Property Master

Simon Cowell

Other

Carole Cowley

Visual Effects Producer

Kelly Cramb

Driver

Sophia Crawford

Stunts

Val Crawford

Special Effects

Robert Cribbett

Digital Effects Artist

Jack Cruikshank

Dolly Grip

Rod Currie

Special Effects Assistant

Rod Currie

Special Effects

Abigail Custis-marcy

Post-Production Assistant

Rory Cutler

Special Effects

Rory Cutler

Special Effects Assistant

Chris D'anda

Hair

Crystal Dalman

Stunts

Chuck Davis

Driver

Marco Daxton

Costumer

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Danielle De Smit

Script Supervisor

Dave De Witt

Music Engineer

Doug Dean

Assistant Director

Brad Dechter

Music Conductor

Dario Delacio

Stunts

Rebeccah Delchambre

Makeup

Susan Derkson Mcleod

Assistant Director

Nelson Dewey

Storyboard Artist

Duane Dickinson

Stunts

Adrian Diepold

Assistant Director

Summer Dietz

Costumer

Monica Dillon

Stunts

Ishi Dinim

Camera Trainee

Paolo Dipersico

Assistant Camera

Brian Dixon

Music Scoring Mixer

Mike Dodd

Grip

Joe A Dodds

Stunts

Sean Doling

Production Assistant

Tom Dorndoff

Driver

Mark Dornfeld

Digital Effects Supervisor

Phil Dornfeld

Associate Producer

Joseph Doserro

Stunts

John Dowell

Camera Operator

Mary Downe

Instructor

Jon Doyle

Digital Effects Artist

Michael Dressel

Foley Editor

Frank Dunlop

Special Effects Assistant

Connor Dunn

Stunts

Jim R Dunn

Stunts

Joel Echallier

Animatronics

Joel Echallier

Prosthetics

Bill Edwards

Stunts

Richard Eisenberg

Production Insurance

William A Elliott

Production Designer

Marny Eng

Stunts

Michael G England

Assistant Editor

Ivonne Escoto

Special Effects

Mary Eshelman

Music Engineer

Johnnie Espiritu

Modelmaker

Jeff Etcher

Assistant Editor

Tom Evans

Best Boy Grip

Yuri Everson

Puppeteer

Yuri Everson

Project Manager

Justin Ewans

Special Effects Technician

Honey-dawn Faircrest

Hair Stylist

Rob Falck

Special Effects Foreman

Ellen Falguiere

Assistant Costume Designer

Davis Fandino

Sculptor

Tibor Farkas

Special Effects Technician

Pete Farrell

Sculptor

James Federico

Song

Robert Fernandez

Score Recording

Michele Ferrone

Visual Effects Producer

Carolyn Field

Stunts

Tina Fiorda

Assistant Costume Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
Scary Movie 3: Episode I, Lord of the Brooms
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Horror
Sci-Fi
Release Date
2003
Production Company
Eric Shonz; Keri Winters; Richard Eisenberg
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall October 24, 2003

Released in United States on Video May 11, 2004

Sequel to "Scary Movie" (USA/1991) directed by Daniel Erickson.

The estimated marketing budget for the film is $50 million (Variety 8/5/03), with the Coors Brewing Company putting up $10 million, Miramax will put in $30 million and another entity will put up the remaining $10 million. This will mark the first major project between Miramax and Coors since their marketing pact made in 2002. The release of the film will coincide with Coors' Halloween marketing campaign.

Released in United States Fall October 24, 2003

Released in United States on Video May 11, 2004