Idle HandsDirector: Rodman Flender, Devon Sawa, Seth Green, Elden Henson
Teenage burnouts and post-modern slasher films are both raked over the satiric coals in the blood-soaked comedy Idle Hands. Anton (Devon Sawa) is a cheerful but exceedingly non-ambitious 17-year-old stoner who lives to stay buzzed, watch TV, and moon over Molly (Jessica Alba), the beautiful girl who lives next door. However, it turns out that the old cliché about idle hands being the devil's playground has a kernel of truth after all; there's a demonic beast living in his house that has already decapitated Anton's mom and dad (though it takes him a while to notice), and now the Dark Lord Himself has taken possession of Anton's right hand. Before he's entirely aware of what's happening, Anton's demon hand has killed his two best friends, Mick (Seth Green) and Pnub (Elden Henson), though both come back as zombies to keep Anton company. Can Randy (Jack Noseworthy), local metalhead and expert on all things Satanic, figure out what the Evil One has planned next for Anton's digits? Will traveling demon slayer Debi (Vivica A. Fox) vanquish the possessed in time? And most important, will Anton get to go to the big dance with Molly before his hand starts causing trouble again? Director Rodman Flender certainly knows the genres he parodies here; he cut his teeth in horror working for exploitation legend Roger Corman and directed the film Bloody Mutilators as well as episodes of the TV series Tales From The Crypt, while more recently he immersed himself in teenage culture directing episodes of the TV series Party of Five and Dawson's Creek.
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Cast & Crew
|Devon Sawa||Anton Tobias|
|Christopher Hart||The Hand|
|Vivica A. Fox||Debi|
|Steve Van Wormer||Actor|
|Fred Willard||Mr. Tobias|
|Connie Ray||Mrs. Tobias|
|Mindy Sterling||Lady Bowler|
|Greg Cannom||Makeup Special Effects|
|Joseph Geisinger||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Scott Herbertson||Set Decoration/Design|
|John Houlihan||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Evette Knight||Set Decoration/Design|
|Peter Kuran||Special Effects|
|Gregory Melton||Production Designer|
|Jeffrey A. Mueller||Producer|
|Christian P. Della Penna||Asst. Director|
|Graeme Revell||Score Composer|
|Stephen E. Rivkin||Editor|
|Roland Rosenkranz||Art Director|
|Jeffrey Sudzin||Executive Producer|
|Keith Vanderlaan||Makeup Special Effects|
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The movie is funny. Devon Sawa is dreamy. Idle hands are the devil's tools.
i agree with all the reviews this movie is indeed funny and does have gross parts i love Devon Sawa he's so cute and seth Green is too this is the perfect movie to rent or buy and watch around Halloween cause the hand is possed and the boy must control it also i liked the actress Jessica Alba she did a perfect part for the girl Molly she's a wonderful actress and she's beautiful this is a must see movie!
good movie with great actors including my favorite jessica alba you'll love if you like teen movies.plus its very funny movie
Idle Hands is a really good movie! I enjoyed it very much, considering that my favorite actor, Seth Green, is in it. I sudgest that anyone watch it if their in foor a good laugh! Some parts are gross, but its good!
A lazy teenager named Anton (Devon Sawa)who finds out that his right hand is posessesed by the devil himself.He murders his parents and his two best friends Mick (Seth Green)and Pnub (Elden Henson).A must see for anybody that has a taste for comedy and horror.
''Idle Hands'' is the perfect Halloween flick for everyone! The theme song is very cool and very creepy. Although there are some parts in the film that are very funny, many scenes may scare you, or at least give you and uneasy feeling throughout most of the film. The movie is well thought of, and the acting is excellent! It shows how an average teen is forced to deal with supernatural forces that control his hand. If you watch this movie, you are guaranteed to have a great time. Just a warning, this movie gets kinda bloody.