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Brandon Kihl

Brandon Kihl is known for his work on Predators (2010), Piranha 3D (2010) and Take Me Home Tonight (2011). See full bio »
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Known For

Predators
Predators Art Department
(2010)
Piranha 3D
Piranha 3D Art Department
(2010)
Take Me Home Tonight
Take Me Home Tonight Art Department
(2011)
Everything Must Go
Everything Must Go Art Department
(2010)

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 2015 A Killer of Men (Short)
 2015 Two Bellmen (Short)
 2013 Shaya (Short)
 2012 Unfair and Imbalanced (TV Movie)
 2011 Few Options
 2011 Xtraction (Short)
 2010 House of Bones (TV Movie)
 2009 The 2000 Man (Short)
 2009 The Land That Time Forgot (Video)
 2008 100 Million BC (Video)
 2008 2012 Doomsday (Video)
 2006 Between Blood and Sand (Short)
Show Show Art department (9 credits)
Show Show Art director (4 credits)
Show Show Actor (4 credits)
Show Show Special effects (4 credits)
Show Show Set decorator (4 credits)
Show Show Producer (1 credit)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)

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