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Director:
Writers:
Ross Boyask (original screenplay)
Adrian Foiadelli (screenplay)
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Tagline:
They thought he was dead. They were dead wrong.
Plot:
Left For Dead is a revenge thriller set in a city called Hope, where a crimelord called Kincaid rules with an iron fist... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Budget Jackie-Chan-meets-Bugsy Malone (without the songs) See more (22 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Glenn Salvage ... Ben Williams
Andy Prior ... Danny Kelso

Adam Chapman ... Kincaid
Kevin Akehurst ... Dylan
Adrian Foiadelli ... Taylor
Jeremy Bailey ... Markus
Adam Hawkins ... Loader
P.l Hobden ... Roarke (as P.L. Hobden)
Vicki Vilas ... Sonya

John Rackham ... Densmore / Narrator
Andy Scriven ... Gibson
Paul Portinari ... Baker
Nelson E. Ward ... Murphey
Mark Hazelwood ... Gerry

Alicia Grace Turrell ... Danellia (as Alicia Turrell)
Robin Laisby ... Rothchild
Shane Steyn ... Krieger

Ben Shockley ... Louis

Cecily Fay ... Vixen
Simon Dawe ... Mason
Robert Cohen ... Surgeon
Mark Brooks ... Dojo Fighter #1
Samantha Smyth ... Dojo Fighter #2
Kirstin Conner ... Dojo Fighter #3
Danny Raisebeck ... Dojo Fighter #4
Andy Taylor ... Dojo Fighter #5
Matthew Orchard ... Dojo Fighter #6 (as Matt Orchard)
Michael Quinney ... Pit Fighter #1
Andy Wenham ... Pit Fighter #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Dean Alexandrou ... Kincaid Henchman
Philip Ambler ... Murphy Henchman
Ross Anderton ... Henchman

Joey Ansah ... Kickboxer 1
Ashley Beck ... Henchman

Jason Beeston ... Car Fighter
Matt Brown ... Murphy Henchman

Dan Cade ... Waterman
Stuart Caldwell ... Henchman
Brendan Carr ... Henchman
Elwood Casey ... Kickboxer 2

Jon Foo ... Street Fighter #3
Ian Harris ... Henchman
Phil Harris ... Henchman
Tom Hay ... Kincaid Henchman

Oliver Hollis ... Henchman
Mike Hurst ... Fighter
Chris Jones ... Sensi
Lucie King ... Henchwoman
Steve Lawson ... Henchman
Nic Main ... Villains Assassin - Slick
Phil McMullen ... Surgeon
Simon Paton ... Security Guard
Gary Paylor ... Henchman

Tom Rooke ... Fighter (as Thomas Rooke)
Heather Salvage ... Jenny Williams

Tom Sands ... Dojo Fighter
Ben Scott ... Corner Man
Justin Tharnthong ... Dojo Fighter
Hing To ... Motorcyclist
Andreas Vasshaug ... Thug

Dean Williams ... Kincaid Henchman
Simon Wyndham ... Murphey Henchman

Tommy Gunn ... Fight Instructor (uncredited)

Directed by
Ross Boyask 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ross Boyask  original screenplay
Adrian Foiadelli  screenplay
Adrian Foiadelli  story
P.l Hobden  original screenplay (as Phil Hobden)

Produced by
Tom Hardwidge .... associate producer
Steve Hayes .... associate producer
P.l Hobden .... producer (as Phil Hobden)
Andy Scriven .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Pinda Dhanoya 
Simon Wilkinson 
 
Cinematography by
Ross Boyask 
 
Film Editing by
Ross Boyask 
 
Makeup Department
Stephan Ashdown .... makeup artist
Vicki Vilas .... additional makeup artist
 
Production Management
Tim Coates .... post-production supervisor
Spencer Done .... post-production supervisor
Micky McGuiness .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kevin Akehurst .... first assistant director
Phil McMullen .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Paul Clarke .... storyboard artist
Keith Weir .... title sequence artwork
 
Sound Department
Riad Hawa .... sound designer
Tom Hay .... boom operator
David Taylor .... sound director
 
Visual Effects by
Steve Hayes .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Gordon Alexander .... fight coordinator
Gordon Alexander .... stunts
Brendan Carr .... stunts
Mike Choo .... stunt performer
Danny Lima .... stunts
Shane Steyn .... stunt coordinator
Shane Steyn .... stunt double
Dean Williams .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Akehurst .... lighting director
Ross Boyask .... camera operator
Zoe Eltham .... additional still photographer
P.l Hobden .... second camera operator (as Phil Hobden)
Lucie King .... additional photographer
Justin Wood .... still photographer
 
Animation Department
Mark Roberts .... digital artist
 
Location Management
Philip Ambler .... location manager
Tom Hay .... location manager
 
Music Department
Phil Kay .... composer: theme music
Vv Plh .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Ross Anderton .... armorer
Ashley Beck .... additional fight choreography
Dan Cade .... additional fight choreography
Adrian Foiadelli .... acting workshops
Tom Hardwidge .... additional design services
Chris Jones .... additional fight choreography
Nic Main .... additional fight choreography
Richard Nye .... design services
Heather Salvage .... caterer
Heather Salvage .... wedding footage provider
Andreas Vasshaug .... assistant to the director
Andreas Vasshaug .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Loren Avedon .... special thanks
Linda Boyask .... special thanks
Martin Boyask .... special thanks
Jackie Chan .... thanks
Chris Chapman .... thanks
Jenny Chapman .... thanks
Zoe Eltham .... special thanks
Edward Evers-Swindell .... thanks (as Ed Evers-Swindell)
Isaac Florentine .... thanks
Audrey Hobden .... special thanks
Ron Hobden .... special thanks
Matthias Hues .... thanks
Mike Leeder .... special thanks
Mark L. Lester .... thanks
Malcolm Martin .... thanks
Nick Milnes .... thanks
Barbara Mudge .... thanks
William Ian Parry .... thanks
Noemie Pommier .... thanks
Roy Scott .... special thanks
Andy Scriven .... special thanks
Lloyd A. Simandl .... thanks
Quentin Tarantino .... thanks
Sian Williams .... thanks
 

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Runtime:
USA:105 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The film was completely self-funded by the producer-director team of Ross Boyask and Phil HobdenSee more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The tattoo on Ben Williams's arm disappears and reappears throughout the film.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spin off 10,000 Cigarettes (2004) (V)See more »

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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Budget Jackie-Chan-meets-Bugsy Malone (without the songs), 15 June 2006
Author: stephenskl from United Kingdom

LFD is the most unwittingly hilarious film I have seen for ages.

The painfully long opening scene is a dialogue-free killing spree peppered with pantomime deaths and schoolboy-like 'Aieee!' shrieks of terror.

An inexplicable (bad) fake-American narrator intones low voiced nonsense by way of introduction to 'the streets' (or a Brighton industrial estate to be precise).

Some of the overly-serious hard man facial expressions make Eastenders Mitchell twins look like Pacino in Taxi Driver.

The laughs just keep coming. A scene where two henchmen receive a stern ticking off by the yellow teethed grimacing boss reaches surreal heights of humour. In the background a man is chained to a fence and is being teased by a WWF looky-likey bloke pulling cartoon –character baddie faces and pointing at him threateningly. This goes on all through the overly long scene.

After our hero has been shot, he makes it back home to his flat where he fumbles in his bathroom cabinet, crashing amongst deodorant and other jars. The same shot of a blood stained hand, shaking and crashing (its owner out of shot) around the cabinet is seen twice within a couple of minutes. What was he thinking of ? This is no time for a shower.

Budget Jackie-Chan-meets-Bugsy Malone (without the songs) Worth a watch for the laughs alone.Heading for the so-bad-its-good genre.

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