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Writer:
Christopher Abram (screenplay)
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Release Date:
11 July 2006 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
No One Is Safe
Plot:
"AFTER SUNDOWN" is an action-packed story of a young woman who uncovers a dark secret that has been laid dormant for centuries... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Susana Gibb ... Shannon

Reece Rios ... Mikey

Natalie Jones ... Molly
Christopher Abram ... The Vampire (as J. Christopher)
Michael W. Brown ... Benjamin
Jake Billingsley ... Sheriff Jimmy
Joey Galt ... The Deputy

Chris Whatley ... The Preacher
Jamie Amaral ... Niki

Gayle Massey ... The Preacher's Wife

Angela Gair ... The Midwife

Jesse Cortez ... Roberto

Cody Vaughan ... Chet
Jason Skeen ... Dusty

Peyton Wetzel ... Morgue Janitor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Billy Dresser ... Large Guy 2
Ricky Fain ... Zombie
Brian Scott Fitzgerald ... Bar Patron
Josh Gobin ... Large Guy 1

Jeff Griffin ... Bar Guy
Ryan Harper ... Large Guy 3

Christopher Holt ... Zombie

Jennifer Holt ... Zombie

Nicole Holt ... Zombie
C.R. Jones ... Homeless Man
Chris Kincaid ... Zombie (as Chris Kenworthy)
Michael Lunday ... Gut Munching Zombie
Blackwell Monica ... Zombie

April Montgomery ... Zombie
James Roe ... Old Man
Eric Shackelford ... Zombie
Jennie Titiryn ... Zombie
Marty Travis ... Bar Owner
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Directed by
Christopher Abram 
Michael W. Brown 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christopher Abram  screenplay

Produced by
Christopher Abram .... executive producer
Tiffany Abram .... co-producer
Michael W. Brown .... co-producer
Joey Galt .... co-producer
Keith Randal Duncan .... executive producer
Keith Randal Duncan .... producer
 
Original Music by
Steven Barnett 
Timothy Edward Smith 
 
Cinematography by
David Pinkston 
 
Film Editing by
Christopher Abram 
David Pinkston 
 
Makeup Department
Denise Ballengee .... key makeup artist
Glenn Barnes .... special makeup effects assistant
Katherine Barnes .... assistant makeup artist
Joshua Fread .... key special makeup effects
Heather Henry .... assistant makeup artist
Lizette Mejia .... special makeup effects assistant
Beau Morris .... special makeup effects artist
Ralph Prodoti .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Katie Gardner .... assistant production manager
Keith Randal Duncan .... unit production manager
 
Sound Department
David Pinkston .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Joshua Fread .... special effects makeup
 
Visual Effects by
Chad Briggs .... digital effects artist
J. Schuh .... visual effects
Vince Sidwell .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Beau Morris .... stunts
Jason Skeen .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Crissy Gililland .... grip
Elizabeth Ladd Lee .... still photographer
Lizette Mejia .... still photographer
David Pinkston .... camera operator
David Pinkston .... gaffer
Johnny Rutledge .... grip
 
Other crew
Sharon J. Clark .... production coordinator
Katie Gardner .... first assistant production coordinator
Crissy Gililland .... production coordinator
Glenn Helm .... location scout
Susana Soliz .... assistant to director
Susana Soliz .... script supervisor
 

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Additional Details

MPAA:
Rated R for horror violence and gore
Runtime:
90 min
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Canada:18A (Manitoba) | Canada:14A (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | USA:R
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Facts not Fiction, 10 April 2007
Author: thefanglys from United States

As Executive Producer/Writer/Director and Editor of After Sundown I can respond best to the many useful comments. First, this is the better version of After Sundown and actually no other version should legally exist. What does exist is an unauthorized illegal version of the movie that the co-director put together with the the D.P. without my knowledge and began to distribute. The co-director did not follow the directions given to him and he was trying to create his own version of the movie and wouldn't listen to the person who invited him in on this project. Thus having a huge conflict in pacing, acting and all around plot. The co-directors version was the one sent to distributors and was promptly turned down due to lack of horror elements, bad music and a convoluted ending. Second, the original script covered many but not all of the holes in the plot but because of issues on set (i.e. actors moving, locations being lost and budget restraints and a co-director not listening) many, many scenes had to be cut. I know the movie isn't great but we all have to start somewhere and my version did at least get distribution. As far as fake blood, make-up and zombies... that's up to the viewer to decide. At least it was real and not CGI effects. And lastly, budget does mean everything - if you've ever made a movie then you know that and compromises have to be made in any business and this is a business. If you don't think it is then try to rent a movie or go to the theater without paying. I do appreciate all the comments... it does help... especially since I'm currently working on my third movie... and if you are wondering, yes I made The Fanglys..."they just keep getting better!"

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