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Debbie Rochon (story)
Jon Keeyes (screenplay)
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Release Date:
29 June 2004 (USA) See more »
Charles and Deborah would love to HAVE YOU for dinner!
Outwardly stable Charles Rosenblad and his short-tempered wife Deborah seem like your average suburban couple... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Brandy Little ... Deborah Rosenblad

Trent Haaga ... Charles Rosenblad

Hayden Tweedie ... Becky Rosenblad

Kimberly Grant ... Kris, The Pet
Robert McCollum ... Lynden Simmons

Farah White ... Stacy Simmons
Anjanette Clewis ... Mandy (as Denise Clewis)

Randal Scott ... Police Officer (as Randy Williams)
Jim McNeil ... Police Officer

Robert Malone ... Berry
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terri Lynn Carey ... Victim
Cyndi Hearne ... Victim
D. Kristell Hines ... Victim

Mark E. Howell ... Victim
Robert James ... Victim
Jennifer Keeyes ... Victim
Kristina Kimberlin ... Victim
Michael Magnus ... Victim
Chris Ryan ... Caligari (voice)
Shelly Shivers ... Victim
Denice Wallace ... Victim
Kandice Wallace ... Victim

Directed by
Jon Keeyes 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jon Keeyes  screenplay
Debbie Rochon  story

Produced by
John Bacchus .... executive producer (as Zachary Winston Snygg)
Richard T. Carey .... producer
Jeffrey Faoro .... executive producer (as Jeff Faoro)
Ned Foster .... associate producer
Jon Keeyes .... producer
Michael Raso .... executive producer (as Michael L. Raso)
Debbie Rochon .... producer
Rick Van Meter .... associate producer
Original Music by
Colleen Bradford 
Brandon Bumpas 
Neil Schnell 
Steve Watkins 
Cinematography by
Brad Walker (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Robert McCollum 
Production Design by
Eric Whitney 
Art Direction by
Eric Whitney 
Costume Design by
Kay Elmore 
Makeup Department
Marvin Day .... special makeup effects artist
Amy Everett .... makeup artist
Damaris Foster .... makeup artist
Production Management
David R. Dean .... assistant production manager
Debra Knotts .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard T. Carey .... first assistant director
Art Department
Ward Boult .... art department photographer
Terri Lynn Carey .... stage weapons
Randy Hearne .... property master
Randy Hearne .... stage weapons
Michael Raso .... poster artist
Sound Department
Kevin D. Brown .... sound editor
Kevin D. Brown .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeremiah Clifton .... sound editor
Jeremiah Clifton .... sound re-recording mixer
Darren Faulkner .... sound editor
Lesa Foust .... boom operator
Brad Harper .... production sound mixer
Brad Harper .... sound recordist
Stuart Kincaid .... sound assistant
Dan Salazar .... assistant stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jerry Andrews .... key grip
John F. Beach .... grip
Troy Blevins .... grip
Lucas Corso .... photographer: victims
Jon Keeyes .... photographer: victim
Stuart Kincaid .... grip
Jim McNeil .... best boy electric
Scott Meissner .... still photographer
Randal Scott .... grip (as Randy Williams)
Lowen Shivers .... gaffer
Other crew
Tony Addison .... mechanic
Charles Burnley .... production assistant
Terri Lynn Carey .... script supervisor
Ned Foster .... title designer
John Hattan .... production assistant
Cyndi Hearne .... external atmospheric coordinator
Cyndi Hearne .... production assistant
Randy Hearne .... security officer
Eddie Holland .... key chef
Alberto Kerboli .... production assistant
Jason Lacker .... production assistant
Mel LeRoy .... production assistant
Andrew Magnus .... accountant
Robert N. McLain .... fight choreographer
Roy Nelson .... production assistant
Deidre Roy .... production assistant
Dianna Smith .... additional craft service
Greg Smith .... additional craft service
Denice Wallace .... production assistant
Kandice Wallace .... production assistant
Kandice Wallace .... sous chef
Michael A. Weiss .... legal and business affairs
Torin Wolf .... medic

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Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language and some sexuality
85 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Debbie Rochon wrote this story for her long time friend Jon Keeyes to direct. He turned the story into script form. She also found investors for the film. Rochon wrote the story with herself in mind for the lead role (Deborah). Then a couple weeks prior to the start date she had a serious accident on a film set. Keeyes went on without her and cast Brandy Little in the role at the 11th hour.See more »
Movie Connections:
References American Nightmare (2002) (V)See more »
Don't Wake BeckySee more »


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5 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
Jon Keeyes' best to date!, 12 July 2004
Author: woods_k from Anderson SC

What a twisted little flick!

Suburban Nightmare tells the story of The Rosenblad's, a husband/wife serial killer team who have a marital spat after one kills some dinner guests out of turn. Call it The War of The Rosenblads.

Trent Haaga gives his best performance to date as Charles, patriarch of the family. His demented turn delivers the movies best scenes, and further cements his place as indie film's go to guy for scene stealing prowess.

Brandy Little really shows her chops as Deborah, the insanely overzealous, blood lusting "better half" of the relationship. She really struts her stuff near the climax of the flick, keeping toe to toe with Haaga's performance, thus delivering the best on screen psychopathic duo since Natural Born Killers.

Jon Keeyes has really delivered with Suburban Nightmare. I look forward to seeing what all involved with this gem has in store next.

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