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Metamorphosis -- Three young Americans on an Eastern European trip pick up an attractive woman. On their way to the infamous Bathory Castle a fight against evil psychic powers evolves.


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  (in credits order)

Corey Sevier ... Keith

Irena Violette ... Elizabeth Bathroy - Present Day (as Irena A. Hoffman)

Christopher Lambert ... Constantine Thurzo

Jennifer Higham ... Kim
Charlie Hollway ... J.J.
Zolee Ganxsta ... Igor (as Zolee 'Doglegy' Ganxsta)
Florentine Lahme ... Sabine
András Kern ... Brother Alexis
Anja Kruse ... Sister Catherine
János Kulka ... Father Brakos
Gyözö Szabó ... Priest
Gábor Koncz ... Count Thurzo
Adél Kováts ... Elizabeth Bathory
Pat Bako ... Norbert Blecha
Ferenc Szabó ... Norbert's Man
Laura Fekete ... Young Elizabeth Bathroy
Sziliva Palfi ... Court Lady
Zsolt Ferenczi ... Kid in castle 1
Roland Ferenczi ... Kid in castle 2
András Tóth Kovács ... Gravedigger
Sándor Mike ... Dead Man
Jenö Hodi ... Crater Faced Man
Vilmos Kolba ... Monastery Monk
Lukács Bicskey ... Tough Local 1
József Serflek ... Tough Local 2

Jolene Adams ... Keith's Mom (voice)

Grady Lee Richmond ... Keith's Dad (voice)
Sean Hayward ... Young Keith (voice)

Chard Hayward ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Jenö Hodi 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tibor Fonyódi  screenplay
Jenö Hodi  screenplay
Allan Katz  screenplay

Produced by
Norbert Blecha .... executive producer
Helmut Breuer .... executive producer
Leander Carell .... producer
Jenö Hodi .... producer
Jenõ Hábermann .... producer
Gary Jones .... associate producer
Patrick Knippel .... producer
Jon Kramer .... executive producer
Thomas Král .... line producer: Germany
Adrian Politowski .... producer
Steffen Reuter .... line producer: Germany
Steffen Reuter .... producer
Michael Schindler .... co-producer
Iwona Sellers .... associate producer
Joachim Sturmes .... executive producer
Timea Styt .... line producer: Hungary
Imre Sárközi .... line producer: Hungary
Original Music by
Gábor Presser 
Cinematography by
Geza Sinkovics 
Martin Szecsanov 
Film Editing by
Reva Childs 
Casting by
Jolene Adams 
Ivy Isenberg 
Paul Weber 
Production Design by
Jeno Ujvari 
Makeup Department
Ethian Hugo .... makeup artist (as Etienne Hugo Carvajal)
Katalin Jakots .... makeup designer
Gabriella Németh .... hair stylist (as Gabi Nemeth)
Production Management
Tina Mersmann .... post-production supervisor
Timea Styt .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anikó Dunaveczky .... second assistant director: Hungary & Austria
Tibor Horváth .... second assistant director
T. Sonny Klawitter .... second assistant director: Germany (as Tanja Sonny Klawitter)
Vilmos Kolba .... first assistant director: Hungary & Austria
Bernd Otten .... first assistant director: Germany
Art Department
Susanne Abel .... property master: outdoor
Jordan Jordanov .... concept artist
Arndt Kühne .... property master: indoor
Sound Department
Christian Czako .... boom operator
Günther Friedhoff .... adr mixer
Emil Klotzsch .... sound effects editor
Stefan Korte .... dialogue editor
Stefan Korte .... sound re-recording mixer
Tobias Poppe .... sound effects editor
Wilmont Schulze .... foley artist
Alexander Vitt .... adr editor
Benjamin Wolf .... foley editor
Guido Zettier .... supervising sound editor
Visual Effects by
Stanimir Angelov .... digital effects artist
Nikolay Petrov Atanasov .... digital artist (as Nikolai Atanasov)
Sven Bruhn .... visual effects artist
Anton Donchev .... digital compositor
Kiril Georgiev .... visual effects coordinator
Danail Hadzhiyski .... digital artist
Ekaterina 'Kuki' Korabelnikova .... visual effects supervisor
Jörn Meyer .... visual effects supervisor
Tzvetanka Miladinova .... digital compositor
Nikolay Mishonov .... digital effects artist
Tony Nitschke .... dustbuster
Iasen Pisarov .... digital effects artist
Stefan Rachev .... digital compositor
Ivan Sarov .... digital effects artist
Ralf Wacker .... digital intermediate supervisor
Gergely Bíró .... fight choreographer
Gergely Bíró .... stunts
Remo Finger .... stunt rider
Alexander Junginger .... stunts
Géza Kovács .... fight choreographer
Géza Kovács .... stunts
Ferenc Novinecz .... stunt coordinator
Ferenc Novinetz .... stunt coordinator
Struben Suzanne .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Attila Bakos .... electrician
Csaba Bankhardt .... electrician
Balázs Basa .... cinematographer: behind-the-scenes
Gellért Drávucz .... camera loader
Károly Gál .... electrician
Miklós Hajdu .... gaffer
Dénes Hajnalka .... still photographer
Ottó Harsányi .... video operator
Miklós Herczeg .... key grip
György Horváth .... focus puller "b" cam
Gábor Kasza .... first assistant "c" camera
Gábor Kasza .... second assistant "a" camera
Tamás Kende .... still photographer
Tibor Kun .... electrician
Tamás Oláh .... assistant camera
Mario Pfeifer .... still photographer: Germany
György Simon .... best boy: Hungary
László Sudár .... electrician
András Szöke .... assistant second camera (as András Szõke)
Dániel Tóth .... electrician
Zsolt Éliás .... assistant camera: second unit
Casting Department
Iwona Sellers .... additional casting: UK
Other crew
Leor Baum .... production office manager
Ulrike Brema .... assistant to producer
Julie Daly-Wallman .... script supervisor
Christoph Kukula .... production coordinator
Gareth Taylor .... production assistant
D. Daniel Vujic .... pre-production coordinator

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Rated R for some violence and brief sexuality
98 min
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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
poor handwork, 12 June 2007
Author: Tomaz from Austria

Helo everyone!

I rented the movie yesterday to watch the mesmerizing Chirstopher Lambert in this adaptation of Blood Baroness Bathory story, who actually existed, and must say I was bitterly disappointed.

First, the moving pictures that I've seen on the screen were in poor quality - not the TV seen, but the photography and cinematography were not what you can expect even in low budget movies as this one. Alone the camera movement tried to capture the mystery/horror atmosphere of the movie, but lightning was just bad - as made from students that just ended their program.

Second, the Characters of the movie were mostly two dimensional, with no ability or possibility in script to give them emotional(human,when we are talking vampires) depth.

Don't get me wrong; the work of actors was acceptable, but the Characters were boring. The only ones that stood out were Lambert as the Bad Guy of the story with his performance, that actually had similarity to his Mortal Combat character, and Hofmann as the Elisabeth (the "good Vampire") because she succeeded to grow over the cliché of seductive vampire woman and let me believe that Elisabeth is truly caring about Keith (played by Sevier, who still has to prove himself as an actor).

The FX were OK, but the some scenes were just not working as suspense visual vehicles for the audience(for example, when brother Alexander sticks his javelin trough sister's Chaterine's heart and Hihgham character, and they disintegrate, the J.J, played by Hollway, stands in the Picture and is not afraid but amazed that the scene is actually taking place...?)Really, not funny.You see this in experimental footage of movie students. The white light of the purgatory works OK, but you can see almost the whole time, that it is not...well, that is fx.

OK,enough of bad mood. The Idea of "time is slower in purgatory" and the visualization of it was really good.It worked in building the suspense and it worked as the idea of "follow the white light" was finally clear.

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