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Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.
A reunion of childhood friends turns deadly when one of the guests unwittingly admits to murder. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jordan Belfi ... Gregg

Jeridan Frye ... Katie

Femi Emiola ... Eliza

Bo Foxworth ... Cal

Gerald Hopkins ... Wil

Amy Christine ... Robin

Kelli Nordhus ... Allison

Cameron Zeidler ... Jacob

Ben McCain ... Officer Ben Lucas

Kim Delgado ... Larryola

Peter Onorati ... Repairman
Marilyn Alex ... Grammie

Richard Cline Cunningham ... Greg

Kelci B. Lowry ... Young Katie
Jessica Steinbaum ... Young Robin

Stephen Lunsford ... Young Wil
Tyler Goucher ... Ronnie
Brandon Haas ... Young Cal

Bailey Hughes ... Young Sean

Tristan Jarred ... Young Jacob

Bobby Sharpe ... Young Gregg

Nina Kaczorowski ... Joan Weston

Fred Griffith ... Victor Westen
Julian Wells ... Neighbor Woman (as Suzy McCoppin)
Richard Blade ... Radio DJ

Ethan Sharrett ... Teddy
T.J. Amato ... Danny
Rose Swim ... Prom Girl
Shannon McCain ... Prom Boy
K.K. Goodrich ... Nurse

Bob Rusch ... Police Officer 1 - Present Day
Matt Eaton ... Police Officer 1 - Flashback

Lily Goff ... Robin Age 9
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Wendy Foxworth ... Katie's Mom (uncredited)

Directed by
Todd S. Kniss 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Todd S. Kniss 

Produced by
Nicole Ettinger .... line producer
Brian Gork .... producer
Erik Hensin .... executive producer
Lori Hensin .... executive producer
Kathy Miller Kniss .... executive producer
Kathy Miller Kniss .... producer
Todd S. Kniss .... executive producer
Bill Marinella .... associate producer
Lea-Beth Shapiro .... producer
Original Music by
Matt Reid Cohn 
Cinematography by
Seamus Tierney 
Film Editing by
Vikash Patel 
Casting by
Bill Marinella 
Production Design by
Anthony Morassutti 
Art Direction by
Jennifer Furfaro 
Set Decoration by
Arlynn Gonzalez 
Costume Design by
Jessica Elliott 
Makeup Department
Keith Beck .... special makeup effects assistant
Tracey Moeller .... assistant makeup artist
Sheila Moore .... assistant hair stylist
Sheila Moore .... assistant makeup artist
Elissa Prager .... assistant makeup artist
Michele Dawn Sweeney .... makeup department head
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vanessa Barzola .... second second assistant director
Dave Casper .... first assistant director
Dan Hertzog .... second unit director
Mimi Mui .... first assistant director
Edward Shen .... second assistant director
Hallie Stoller .... first assistant director: second unit
Art Department
Teri Bolke .... art department coordinator
David Carbert .... carpenter
Erik Diener .... art department
Erik Diener .... set dresser
Brian Flach .... property master
Frank Meroney .... carpenter
Nikki Rudloff .... set designer
Sound Department
Erik Diener .... boom operator
Andy Hay .... sound designer
Andy Hay .... sound re-recording mixer
Andy Hay .... sound supervisor
Brett Hinton .... sound effects editor
Tim D. Lloyd .... sound mixer
Mariel Lohninger .... sound mixer
Geordy Sincavage .... foley mixer
Special Effects by
Richard Miranda .... special effects director
Trey Sanford .... special effects coordinator
Bryan Becker .... stunt double
Erica Grace .... stunt double: Femi Emiola
Mark Riccardi .... stunt coordinator
Marc Schaffer .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
Benny Alvarado .... electrician
Aram Aramyan .... first assistant camera
Peter Beskodarny .... assistant camera
Lauren Blair .... electrician (as Lauren Fitton)
Kenny Brown .... Steadicam operator
John Butler .... camera operator
Jesse Crusing .... additional gaffer
Carol Culvin .... grip
Markus Davids .... underwater camera operator
Shaun Drees .... assistant camera
Kevin Duggin .... gaffer
Shane English .... assistant camera
Jose Elias Felix .... electrician
Brandon Flohr .... grip
Tony Flores .... grip
David Gamble .... electrician
David Gamble .... grip
Joel Henry .... grip
Dan Hertzog .... director of photography: second unit
Ryan Hill .... grip
Brent C. Johnson .... film loader
Jon Jones .... assistant camera
Robert Keith .... best boy electric
Colin Kelly .... additional first assistant camera
Matt Kubas .... electrician
Adam Orellana .... key grip
Elizabeth Perantinides .... key camera production assistant
Anthony Rosario .... additional second assistant camera
Lucia Diaz Sas .... key grip
Rebecca Shapiro .... still photographer
Richard Swindell .... Steadicam operator
Gregg Thompson .... dolly grip
Gregg Thompson .... key grip
Amanda Treyz .... gaffer
Bobby Woo .... gaffer: second unit
Nathaniel Yolles .... assistant camera
Casting Department
Bill Marinella .... additional casting
S. Ann Ng .... casting associate
Editorial Department
Tim Carras .... colorist
Teague Cowley .... on-line editor
Tim L. Cunningham .... assistant editor
Music Department
Ben McCain .... composer: song "Faith, Family and Friends"
Hal Oppenheim .... composer: stock music
Other crew
Le'Rue Delashay .... additional score by
Javier Gonzalez .... production assistant
Tom Goodrich .... studio teacher
Kathy Miller Kniss .... publicist
Ignatius Lin .... script supervisor
Ruben Marquez .... key set production assistant
John Mazza .... co-script supervisor
Danielle McKee .... stand in: Jeridan Frye
Frank Mullis .... production assistant
S. Ann Ng .... assistant to producers
Jaime 'Bubba' Rovero .... production assistant
Danielle Snowdon .... script supervisor
Anthony Steinhart .... additional set production assistant

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20 out of 29 people found the following review useful.
What a piece of crap, 11 June 2006
Author: krebstar138 from United States

Wow, it's rare that I see a film soooo bad that I can't find a SINGLE good thing to say about it. But Blood Deep is that kind of film, the kind of film bad enough to taint an entire film festival. If this was the only movie you saw at the otherwise great "4th annual Another Hole in the Head film festival", it might turn you off to the entire program, which would be a damn shame. Here are a couple of notes, just for the "director", Todd Kniss; I know it was your first time at bat and you struck out with the wood still on your shoulder, so here are some tips so next time you can at least go down swinging.

First thing I want to bring up to you is the title. If you are going to name you film "Blood Deep" it better be bloody as hell or at the very least have some depth. This timesuck has neither....NEITHER! There is for all intended purposes, no gore in this film, and less blood than the average episode of any crappy prime time crime drama, which coincidently is where most of these horrible, just plain awful "actors" busted their chops. But a great or even adequate film doesn't need gore and blood to entertain, as long as the story and characters are engaging. All the characters in "Blood Deep" are flat and boring as hell with all the depth of a puddle of urine. But I can't fully blame director Todd Kniss for that, some of that fault must rest on the shoulders of the writer, which unfortunately is Todd Kniss!

Second, don't hire three "actors" that all look alike down to their silly haircuts to play the red herrings! , I don't care how good of friends you are with them, or how cheap they are, casting actors that have similar features in a film like this makes it confusing for the audience. All of those "possible killers" look alike and with the horrible lighting and sloppy camera work neither I nor the people I was with could tell them apart.

And the third and final pointer, don't make anymore "movies" it's going to be embarrassing enough trying to explain to your parents and friends (soon to be ex-friends) where the money you borrowed went. Because I can't believe it went into production costs. But to be fare, the THIRD time I started drifting off to sleep in the last half hour of the film, I just gave into the warm comforting "Blood Deep"-less arms of slumber. So who knows maybe it got really, really good after I zonked out. But according to my friends that accompanied me, the fools that were willing to see this hunk of junk until the end, the answer would have to be a resounding "Hell No!"

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