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Scarecrow Slayer -- A college freshman is killed during a fraternity prank and is resurrected as a demonic scarecrow


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A college freshman is killed during a fraternity prank and is resurrected as a demonic scarecrow | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Tony Todd ... Caleb Kilgore

Nicole Kingston ... Mary Anderson
David Castro ... Karl
Jessica Mattson ... Sheila
Steven Schultz ... Gavin

Kim Little ... Sheriff Deputy Rachel Lander

Scott Carson ... Sheriff Deputy Larry Lander

Elizabeth Perry ... Judy
Todd Rex ... Scarecrow

D.C. Douglas ... Dr. Baxter
Steven Glinn ... Bartlett
Brett Erickson ... Dave

Brendan Aucoin ... Rick (the prick)

Jonathan Murphy ... Jobin

Scott Parietti ... White (as Scott Stepp)

Robin Daléa ... Kim (as Robin Meyers)

Mark Irvingsen ... Bob
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Mike Flowers ... Orson
Audrey Latt ... Fetus

Tamie Sheffield ... Nurse

Directed by
David Michael Latt 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bill Cunningham  story
David Michael Latt 
Joel Newman 

Produced by
Charles Arthur Berg .... line producer
Anthony C. Ferrante .... co-producer
Emmanuel Itier .... producer
Scott Pfeiffer .... producer
Tony Todd .... associate producer
Tanya York .... producer
Original Music by
Vincent Gillioz 
Cinematography by
John Willis III  (as Jay Willis)
Film Editing by
David Michael Latt 
Production Design by
Shannon Kemp 
Art Direction by
Sam Greenmun 
Costume Design by
Marc Goodrich 
Todd Rex 
Eric Sonntag 
Shana Weissman-Mintz 
Makeup Department
Anthony C. Ferrante .... special makeup effects supervisor
Kimberly Ulmer .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jesse Blanco .... first assistant director: second unit
Anthony C. Ferrante .... second unit director
Leigh Scott .... second unit director
Paul Sheargold .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jesus Blanco .... swing
Sam Greenmun .... property master
Sound Department
Lionel Ball .... sound mixer
Don Thomas .... sound mixer
Matt Yuan .... boom operator
Special Effects by
S.J. Granai .... special effects crew
Ryan Oliver .... blood effects
Elyse Plantico .... special effects assistant
Nick Plantico .... explosions
Todd Rex .... character designer
Todd Rex .... special effects
Michael Valenzuela .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
David Michael Latt .... visual effects
Ryan Oliver .... stunt driver
Todd Rex .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Yogi Allen .... key grip
Greg Anderson .... grip
Glen Bondoc .... gaffer
Daniel Chavez .... key grip
Jeffrey Chin .... gaffer (as Jeff Chin)
Matthew Deetsch .... gaffer
Jeff Dorer .... assistant camera
Eric Forand .... gaffer
Matt Gillen .... second assistant camera
Tom Hejda .... first assistant camera
Justin Jeung .... second assistant camera
King Lanaux .... electrician
Bobby Lindic .... assistant camera
Erik Messerschmidt .... gaffer
Noah Peter .... best boy grip
Brett Pollack .... second assistant camera
Rocky Rodriguez .... key grip
Darryl Rue .... best boy electric
Suzannah Szabo .... second assistant camera (as Suzannah Stoll)
Dave Thurlow .... best boy grip
Dave Thurlow .... director of photography: second unit
Jack L. Zeman .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lori Rozzi .... costume fabricator: rival scarecrow costume
Music Department
Eric Carter .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Matthew Ballard .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Rob Davidian .... electronic press kit
Anwar Fennell .... production coordinator
Misty Kapp .... production assistant
J.C. Karas .... production assistant
Carolyn Purdy-Gordon .... caterer (as Carolyn Gordon)
Kevin Trenkle .... production assistant
Brandon Wislocki .... production assistant
John Yuan .... craft service

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Scarecrow: Resurrection" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for horror violence/gore and language
USA:90 min

Did You Know?

Crew or equipment visible: As the teens use their truck to run down the scarecrow, just before impact, there is a distinct shadow of the cameraman and some kind of filming tower (for high angle shots) that appears across the truck as it drives by.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Wizard of Oz (1939)See more »


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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
I would sum up, if there was anything to sum up., 12 May 2006
Author: boltupright32 from United States

Let it be known, that I enjoy bad movies. I really do. I am an actor, and screenwriter, and have many talented film-making friends. A few of us truly enjoy watching bad movies due to their skill in teaching us how not to make bad movies. But I am afraid I must speak candidly about this "Motion Picture" (for lack of a better term). This is the single worst picture that has ever been projectile vomited onto the silver screen. Within the course of my good friend and I watching this film, we were stunned at the sheer "Badness" of the picture. Keep in mind this is not "Bad" as in Michael Jackson's "Bad", but "Bad" as in: maggots eating a delicious decaying corpse would actually stop gorging themselves, stare in unbelief at the television screen and instantly learn the English language just to be able to say "Please someone kill me now". My friend and I actually lost all of our talents & abilities for a short time watching this movie. We were actually so sapped of strength, that we forgot how to make movies, or how to act or how to create anything because the "Black Hole" of all bad movies had risen in our midst and we began to be stretched out into pencil thin rails as we were slowly and systematically obliterated from existence. The only thing that saved us was the shared experience of seeing the pinnacle of bad movies. Even wading through the immense landfill of "Hammer" films we realized that they could never compare to what was happening to us at that moment in time. At the very least Hammer films are entertaining. They at least gave us something to laugh at until we couldn't keep food down. Please do not get me wrong. This movie must be applauded for its sheer Ability to destroy anyone who watches it. They have succeeded in making a film that realistically could kill you in 7 days if you watch it too long. I gave it a rating of 1 only because -1 was not an option that was given to me.

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