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Deep within the darkness of your past, a new terror is taking shape.
Tyge Murdock, a successful director of low-budget horror films, has been chasing monsters his whole life... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Emily Haack ... Ashley Lomack
Benjamin Gaa ... Tyge Murdock
Eric Stanze ... Zack Ledanakoh
David Propst ... Deke Myrick
Jonathan Baker ... Mason Kerrigan
Julie Farrar ... Zoe Russell
Anna Knobeloch ... Jessica Russell

Eric Spudic ... Lee Phillips
Ceily Davis ... Judy Kerrigan
Lisa Morrison ... Mikki Lomack (as Lisa A. Morrison)
Lisa Anne Harness ... Tyge's Mother
Grinner Hester ... Tyge's Assistant Director
Todd Tevlin ... The Gardener
Carmen Sariego ... The Waitress

Trudy Bequette ... B-Movie Actress

Jason Christ ... B-Movie Actor
Jessie Seitz ... Woman In Truck
Jason Dale Pierce ... Man In Truck

Directed by
Jason Christ 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jason Christ 

Produced by
Jason Christ .... producer
David Propst .... producer
Eric Stanze .... executive producer
Jeremy Wallace .... associate producer
Original Music by
Shawn Donoho 
Cinematography by
Jason Christ 
Film Editing by
Jason Christ 
Eric Stanze 
Makeup Department
Patrick Voss .... special makeup effects artist
Art Department
Todd Tevlin .... special props designer
Sound Department
Mark Cange .... location sound
Rebecca Kennebeck .... location sound
David Moore .... sound designer
Brandi Nelson .... assistant sound designer
Jessie Seitz .... assistant sound designer
Gus Stevenson .... key sound design assistant
Jonathan Weeston .... location sound
Special Effects by
Mark Cange .... special effects assistant
Eli DeGeer .... special effects assistant
Suzanne Voss .... special effects assistant
Jeremy Wallace .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Belt .... grip
Chris Belt .... key grip
Mark Cange .... gaffer
Jason Christ .... still photographer
William Clifton .... gaffer
Aaron Crozier .... gaffer
David Moore .... grip
Brandi Nelson .... still photographer
Matt Reed .... grip
Jason Shepherd .... grip (as Jason K. Shepherd)
Eric Stanze .... still photographer
Editorial Department
Jason Shepherd .... technical consultant: Avid editing system (as Jason K. Shepherd)
Other crew
Shellie Belt .... slate
Eli DeGeer .... production assistant
Adam Hackbarth .... production associate
Mark W. Kettler .... production assistant
Kari Laurin .... production assistant
Lawrence P. Raffel .... production associate
Jessie Seitz .... slate
Tim Trentmann .... production assistant
D. Henry Tuck .... production assistant (as Daniel Tuck)
D.J. Vivona .... production associate

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USA:119 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Stereo (2.0)
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The camera shown in a prologue scene with Mikki Lomack (Lisa Morrison) is the actual production camera used in the original Savage Harvest (1994) (V). Most of the footage of Mikki Lomack was shot with this camera.See more »
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16 out of 73 people found the following review useful.
SH2 Pays Homage to Genre Greats, 23 July 2007
Author: Larry Peel (Larry_L_Peel) from United States

With the edgy look of Tobe Hooper, the imaginative writing style of Clive Barker, and the in-your-face intensity of the young George A. Romero, emerging director Jason Christ seems poised to make his mark in the horror genre as well as the industry as a whole. His feature length directorial debut for Wicked Pixel Cinema, Savage Harvest 2: October Blood teases with a deeply intelligent plot, plenty of gore, and a nightmarish twist on the Hollywood formula. Savage Harvest 2: October Blood rips through the screen to grab the beating heart of the audience and rip it out.

The well-written storyline follows Tyge Murdock (Benjamin Gaa), who had garnered success as a low-budget horror film director as he returns home following the death of an actor on the set of his most recent production. In typical genre fashion however, the nightmares simply follow him to his hometown. The town still reels from a vicious mass murder 10 years prior. The sole survivor of the carnage was Mikki Lomack (Lisa A. Morrison), the older sister of Tyge's high school sweetheart Ashley (Emily Haack). Ashley and Tyge meet back up while he is in town, Ashley receives a strange tape featuring her sister, and soon the couple and their friends are trapped in a gore-splattered night of demonic awakenings as they struggle to solve the mystery of the tape and numerous inscribed runes before it's too late.

Christ pays homage to all the greats that came before him in the screenplay – which he penned – the directing, and the cinematography. His keen visual style makes up for the sadly lackluster performances given by his cast. The sole exception is Emily Haack, whose portrayal of Ashley was not only believable, but conveyed the true intensity of the scenes she was assigned. Gaa and Morrison seemed to be struggling along and trying too hard to work the scenes. The script was sharp and vibrant, with enough subtle references and visual artistry to carry the film, but the core group of actors – apparently part of a standing troupe for the production team – simply need more experience. Some had no previous experience and a large group has less than half-a-dozen credits to their names.

Christ himself has nearly a dozen producer credits, as well as several documentary helmings and scriptings. His early work for "The Severed Head Network" in 2000, garnered him a Student Emmy and a Telle for the short Curveball: Pile of Junk. By utilizing the techniques and styles of the masters of horror that have gone before him, Christ looks to become not only a major player in the B-movie horror class, but perhaps could eventually shake the underbelly of the beast with future projects.

Savage Harvest 2: October Blood is a fun filled scream-fest with enough gory story to keep even the most skeptical fan locked in. Watch for the references to classics such as Night of the Living Dead, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and others. Watch for Emily Haack to be the first to follow Christ out of the Indie film and find her niche in the mainstream, but give the others time to learn.

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