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a great direct to DVD movie See more (11 total) »


Damon Abdallah ... Homeless Man
Brooke Bailey ... London

Sean Cook ... Dylan
Jon Fowler ... Lefty
Robert Gerl ... Featured Extra
David R. Johnson ... Dave the Doorman
J.D. McKee ... Mike Pritchard (as Jason Mckee)
Thomas Olson ... Nancy Boy (as Tom Olson)
Andrew Parker ... Guy Johnson
Sam Prudhomme ... Eliot

Wonder Russell ... Jonesy
Bee Simonds ... Starr
Lila Vlavianos ... The Flirt
Jason A. Payne ... 'They Rock!' Dude (uncredited)

Directed by
Juan Mas  (as Juan A. Mas)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jessica Dolan 
Susannah Lowber 

Produced by
Rich Cowan .... executive producer
Rich Cowan .... producer
Marc Dahlstrom .... executive producer
Marc Dahlstrom .... producer
Dan Heigh .... executive producer
Juan Mas .... producer (as Juan A. Mas)
Greg Rathvon .... executive producer
Dave Tanner .... executive producer
Taye Voye .... producer
Original Music by
Britton Ortize 
Cinematography by
Douglas Cheney 
Film Editing by
Jason A. Payne 
Casting by
Gretchen Oyster 
Production Design by
Vincent DeFelice (supervising production designer)
Susannah Lowber 
Costume Design by
Gretchen Oyster 
Makeup Department
Sam Debree .... key makeup artist
Trista Jordan .... additional makeup artist
Robyn Renee Kiener .... hairdresser
Production Management
Ian Kennedy .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marc Dahlstrom .... first assistant director
Seamus Mulligan-Ferry .... first assistant director: second unit
Seamus Mulligan-Ferry .... second second assistant director
Gretchen Oyster .... second assistant director
Art Department
Colby Fredin .... web development team artistic director
Dave Johnson .... props
Reggie Lauderbach .... props
Justin O'Shaughnessy .... property master
Mervin Soriano .... web development team artistic director
Wesley Bryan Walker .... set designer
Sound Department
Aaron Breeden .... sound effects editor
Bob Clifford .... sound assistant
Chris Clifford .... boom operator
Britton Ortize .... adr recordist
Britton Ortize .... dialogue editor
Britton Ortize .... foley artist
Britton Ortize .... re-recording mixer
Britton Ortize .... sound designer
Britton Ortize .... sound editor
Britton Ortize .... sound effects editor
Britton Ortize .... supervising sound editor
Tom Taylor .... sound mixer
Visual Effects by
Jeff Douglas .... Avid DS Nitris Artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Barden .... electrician
Brianne Cronkhite .... loader
Brianne Cronkhite .... second assistant camera
Tim Eberly .... still photographer
Mike Kjolso .... electrician
Wilson Raska .... camera intern
Mike Vukas .... gaffer
Editorial Department
Tim Maffia .... colorist
Location Management
John Petty .... location manager
Other crew
Jessica Dolan .... script supervisor
Peter Dolan .... production assistant
Maura Feely .... production assistant

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality
USA:90 min
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Portions of this film were shot in what used to be a Wonder Bread factory.See more »
Nancy Boy:Did you do this?
London:Yeah, because I have a key to this door.
London:No. Why would I want to lock myself in here with you people?
Nancy Boy:Because you're a homicidal maniac with a taste for flesh?
London:Shut up Nancy Boy!
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5 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
a great direct to DVD movie, 27 April 2006
Author: video_game_lover_122 from United States

i can understand why people hated this film but it really isn't that bad. sure the acting is a little over the top but the suspense and that twist is pretty good in the movie. i liked how they used the wonder bread factory for some of it cause it gave it more mystery. the gore isn't that over the top either, it's mainly left to the imagination and some after sides of the deaths but nothing all that bad. if your looking for a movie to watch on a Saturday when your bored out of your mind, give this movie a try, you'll either love it or hate it.. i personally thought it was a decent direct to DVD hit. 7/10, give it a try.

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