Darkman III: Die Darkman Die


1h 27m 1995

Brief Synopsis

Dr. Peyton Westlake, disguised as a drug-selling thug, interrupts a major underworld transaction being processed by the ruthless Peter Rooker, who is involved in all kinds of illegal activities under the guise of legitimate businesses. Rooker wants control of an advanced steroid which will make his

Film Details

Also Known As
Darkman 3, Darkman Die, Die Darkman Die
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1995
Production Company
Core Digital Pictures; HBO Network- Home Box Office; Hbo Entertainment
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Synopsis

Dr. Peyton Westlake, disguised as a drug-selling thug, interrupts a major underworld transaction being processed by the ruthless Peter Rooker, who is involved in all kinds of illegal activities under the guise of legitimate businesses. Rooker wants control of an advanced steroid which will make his henchmen invincible. Additionally, Rooker is obsessed with learning the mysteries of Darkman's enormous powers. Rooker's mistress, the evil Dr. Bridget Thorne, secures Westlake's confidence and he agrees to to an experimental operation on his ravaged body. Bridget, working for Rooker, intends to use steroid components from Westlake's blood to duplicate for the underworld market, putting Westlake in the position of fighting for his survival.

Crew

Sue Binder

Production Assistant

Matt Birman

Stunts

Kimberly Bradley

Accounting Assistant

Ian Brock

Art Director

Jaap Broeker

Stand-In

Wade Brown

Office Assistant

Mark Brunzell

Stunts

Roman Buchok

Assistant Director

Eva Budai

Office Assistant

Michael Burke

Assistant Director

Randy Butcher

Stunts

Jeff Butler

On-Set Dresser

Daniel Cahn

Editor

Jon Campfens

Visual Effects

Dennis Chapman

Production Manager

Phil Chiu

Stunts

Julian Chojnacki

Camera Operator

Michael Colleary

Screenwriter

Shelley Cook

Stunts

Joni Dlugatch

Production Associate

Tamara Dow

Production Assistant

Donna Dupere-taylor

Casting

David Eick

Co-Producer

Danny Elfman

Theme Music

James Fantin

Office Assistant

Rick Forsayeth

Stunt Coordinator

Terri Frank

Assistant Costume Designer

Liz Friedman

Executive In Charge Of Production

Caroline Gee

Set Decorator

Patrick Giraudi

Dialogue Editor

Carole Griffin

Set Costumer

Susan Hayes

Production Accountant

Karen Hazzard

Casting

Mark W Hindle

Video Playback

Edward Irastorza

Production Assistant

Jamie Jones

Stunts

Bernadette Joyce

Associate Producer

Makoto Kabayama

Stunts

Noreen Landry

Costume Designer

Marjorie Lecker

Casting Assistant

Robert J Lewis

Storyboard Artist

Steve Lucescu

Stunts

David Macdonald

Production Assistant

Lynn Mallay

Production Coordinator

Byron A. Martin

Location Manager

Bradford May

Director Of Photography

Lynda Mccormack

Makeup

Robert Mcfalls

Assistant Editor

Karen Mcgarroch

Production Assistant

Dwayne Mclean

Stunts

Michael Mcpherson

Camera

Marvin Midwicki

Assistant Camera Operator

Edward Mikolic

Gaffer

Randy Miller

Music

Peter Miskimmin

Property Master

Richard Parker

Stunts

Anne Paytner

Other

Carol Pears

Script Supervisor

David Pollison

Office Assistant

Stephen Prime

Assistant Editor

Reg Quindinho

Hair Stylist

Sam Raimi

Executive Producer

Sam Raimi

Characters As Source Material

Allison Reid

Stunts

Bryan Renfro

Stunts

David Rockburn

On-Set Dresser

David Roessell

Producer

Geraldine Ronan

Stand-In

Carol Rothel

Accounting Assistant

James Seidelman

Assistant Editor

Al Shapiro

Production Assistant

Mark Silver

Key Grip

Nancy Sorge

Production Assistant

Robert Tapert

Executive Producer

Anton Tyukodi

Stunts

Ron Van Hart

Stunts

David Vaughan

Assistant Director

Noah Weinzweig

Assistant Camera Operator

Mike Werb

Screenwriter

Anne Winthrop

Casting

Film Details

Also Known As
Darkman 3, Darkman Die, Die Darkman Die
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1995
Production Company
Core Digital Pictures; HBO Network- Home Box Office; Hbo Entertainment
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video August 20, 1996

Aired in United States Winter January 1, 1995

Aired in United States May 4, 1996

Aired in United States August 20, 1996

Sequel to Sam Raimi original theatrical release, "Darkman" (USA/1990), starring Liam Neeson in the title role.

Began shooting November 15, 1993.

Completed shooting December 20, 1993.

In Darkman III: Die Darkman Die" actor Arnold Vosloo reprises his role as the hero from "Darkman II: The Return of Durant" (USA/1995).