Vampire Bats


2h 2005

Brief Synopsis

A former voracious insect specialist, now a college professor in search of a simpler life, gets caught up in the investigation of a student who is found dead with his body completely depleted of blood. It first appears that he was murdered by another college student, until the professor realizes th

Film Details

Release Date
2005
Production Company
Animal Makers Inc; Ascent Media Group; CBS Entertainment; Cbs Interactive; Encore Hollywood; Level 3 Post; Panavision, Ltd.; Sony Pictures Television; Todd-Ao
Location
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A former voracious insect specialist, now a college professor in search of a simpler life, gets caught up in the investigation of a student who is found dead with his body completely depleted of blood. It first appears that he was murdered by another college student, until the professor realizes that the killers are actually vampire bats that have mutated due to a tainted water supply. As the bats become more aggressive, she must find a way to stop them as they threaten the entire college community.

Crew

Kimberly C Anderson

Co-Executive Producer

Michael Applebaum

Camera Operator

Scott August

Assistant Director

Richard J. Ball

Key Grip

Jacqueline Bisbano

Associate Editor

Onna Blank

Sound Recordist

Micky Blythe

Editor

Deane Boeka

Graphics

Jim Boulden

Animatronics

Jim Boulden

Animatronics

Evan Brainard

Puppeteer

Alan Breton

Assistant Director

Michael Brooks

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Kathy Chambless

Production Coordinator

Doug Cuomo

Music

Lee Davis

Script Supervisor

Christopher Decristo

Compositing Supervisor

Laurence Ducceschi

Associate Producer

Sean Finnegan

Gaffer

Terri Fricon

Music Supervisor

Jeff Galpin

Stunt Coordinator

James A. Gelarden

Art Director

Susan Glicksman

Casting Director

Jim Greenall

Puppeteer

Elizabeth Guste

Production Accountant

Robert L Harman

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

J Michael Hooser

Adr Supervisor

Douglas Hudson

Puppeteer

Joseph Jones

Cgi Artist

Rick Kerrigan

Visual Effects Supervisor

A. Welch Lambeth

Transportation Coordinator

Leonard Lavigueur

Property Master

Horacio Marquinez

Dp/Cinematographer

Horacio Marquinez

Director Of Photography

Caroline B. Marx

Costume Designer

Christopher Morgan

Producer

Christopher Morgan

Unit Production Manager

Dean Okrand

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Sheri S. Ozeki

Music Editor

J Malcolm Petal

Co-Executive Producer

Doug Prochilo

Characters As Source Material

Doug Prochilo

Writer

Doug Prochilo

Writer (Tv)

Raymond Pumilia

Set Decorator

Peter Sadowski

Coproducer

Gerard Sellers

Location Manager

Robert M. Sertner

Executive Producer

Donna Spahn

Hair

Susan Spaid

Makeup

Randy Sutter

Producer

Jill Tanner

Executive Producer

Douglas Tourtelot

Sound Mixer

Brian Vogt

Cgi Artist

Frank Von Zerneck

Executive Producer

Steve Walters

Scenic Artist

Robert Webber

Supervising Sound Editor

Craig Weiss

Visual Effects Producer

Arthur Welch Lambeth

Transportation Coordinator

Cliff Welsh

Graphics

Niel Wray

Cg Supervisor

Film Details

Release Date
2005
Production Company
Animal Makers Inc; Ascent Media Group; CBS Entertainment; Cbs Interactive; Encore Hollywood; Level 3 Post; Panavision, Ltd.; Sony Pictures Television; Todd-Ao
Location
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States October 30, 2005

Project is a sequel to CBS telefilm "Locusts" with Lucy Lawless and Dylan Neal reprising their roles from the previous film.

Project picked up to production for the 2005-2006 season.

Aired in USA on CBS Network October 30, 2005.

Began shooting August 9, 2005 and completed shooting September, 2005.

Finals days of production will shoot in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Production was interrupted due to Hurricane Katrina.