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Voodoo Moon -- A sleepy Southern town is the center of the battle between Good and Satanic Evil. The damned are unleashed in this flick starring Eric Mobius and Charisma Carpenter.
Voodoo Moon -- Open-ended Trailer from Anchor Bay Entertainment


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Release Date:
4 June 2006 (USA) See more »
Evil is reborn by the light of the moon.
A demonic being destroys an entire town, save a young boy and his sister. Twenty years later, the sister... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Eric Mabius ... Cole

Charisma Carpenter ... Heather

Rik Young ... Daniel

Jeffrey Combs ... Frank Taggert

Jayne Heitmeyer ... Lola

Dee Wallace ... Mary-Ann

John Amos ... Dutch

Reynaldo Gallegos ... Ray (as Rey Gallegos)

Kim Hawthorne ... Diana

David Jean Thomas ... Jean-Pierre

Kelley Hazen ... Helen Taggert

Geoffrey Lewis ... Old Man #1
Vernon Duckett ... Old Man #2

Frank Collison ... Mac

Alison Lees-Taylor ... Sally
Jason Rodriguez ... Bobby

Cathrine Grace ... Art Gallery Patron
Merritt Bailey ... Lola's Husband

James DiStefano ... Cab Driver (as James Di Stefano)
Cameron VanHook ... Skinned Old Man
Anissa Briggs ... Girl at Cemetary
Kevin VanHook ... Cemetary Gardener

Blair Redford ... Evil Young Man

Michael Lloyd Gilliland ... Biker Leader (as Michael Gilliland)
Craig Ayers ... Posessed Priest
Brian O'Sullivan ... Thief
Lauren M. Higgs ... Young Woman at Motel (as Lauren Higgs)
David Keith Anderson ... Haitian Demon (as David Anderson)
Vester Grayson ... Rocking Chair Demon
Mary Ann Farkas ... Old Lady with Fork
Tim Shuler ... Sally's Client (as Timothy D. Shuler)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Georgia Anderson ... Crucified brunette girl
Cathy Fitzpatrick ... Art Gallery Patron
Keegan Holst ... Boy with scissors

Paul Latham ... Zombie
Alexis Longo ... Scared Girl
Justin Ordman ... Tom

Scott Whyte ... Billy

Molly Fix ... Dead Mommy (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin VanHook 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kevin VanHook 

Produced by
Craig Ayers .... line producer
Karen Bailey .... producer
Morris Berger .... executive producer
Stephen R. Brown .... executive producer
John W. Hyde .... executive producer
Original Music by
Ludek Drizhal 
Cinematography by
Matt Steinauer 
Film Editing by
Kevin VanHook 
Casting by
Paul Weber 
Production Design by
Michael Levinson 
Art Direction by
George Goodridge 
Costume Design by
Jennifer L. Soulages 
Makeup Department
Autumn Butler .... makeup department head
Jason Collins .... supervisor: Almost Human
Mandi Crane .... special makeup effects artist (as Mandi Maugh)
Sara De Pue .... makeup artist
Denise Goldberg .... makeup artist
Robert Hall .... special makeup designer
Elvis Jones .... special makeup effects artist
Debbie Mezera .... office manager: Almost Human, Inc.
James Ojala .... special makeup effects technician: Almost Human
Liz Webster .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Craig Ayers .... production manager
Stacey Jade Smart .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian O'Sullivan .... first assistant director
Roger Udwin .... second assistant director
Dawn York .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Jaime Beebe .... on-set dresser
Anthony Eikner .... property master
Walter Eikner .... additional weapon props
Mark Fenlason .... propmaker
Mark Fenlason .... underwater set dresser
Michael Lloyd Gilliland .... lead carpenter (as Michael Gilliland)
Christian Graham .... leadman
G. Lewis Heslet .... buyer (as Gavin Heslet)
G. Lewis Heslet .... set dresser (as Gavin Heslet)
Matthew Lach .... assistant property master
Jaclyn Marshall .... swing
Thomas A. Nelson .... storyboard artist
Jeff Pogue .... on-set dresser
Adam Sumner .... swing
Mike Vosburg .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Andy Hay .... sound re-recording mixer
Jackie Johnson .... dialogue editor
Iris Karina .... boom operator (as Iris Lohninger)
Karl W. Lohninger .... sound mixer
Rod O'Brien .... sound effects editor
Jesse Pomeroy .... supervising sound editor
Paul Stanley .... supervising sound editor
Visual Effects by
William L. Arance .... animator
Brent M. Bowen .... visual effects
Chadd B. Cole .... visual effects supervisor
Harry Eisenstein .... 3D modeler
Harry Eisenstein .... digital compositor
Steven Fahey .... visual effects
Peter Gend .... visual effects
Adam Klein .... Animator/3D Artist
Derek Ledbetter .... digital compositor
Carol VanHook .... visual effects
Andrea Yomtob .... visual effects artist: hand model (as Andrea N. Yomtob)
Brian Brown .... stunts
Richard Bucher .... stunt performer
Brian Duffy .... stunt performer
Mark Fenlason .... safety officer
Jeremy Fitzgerald .... stunts
Tad Griffith .... stunt performer
Stacey Howell-Brown .... stunt performer (as Stcy Howell)
Kim Kahana .... stunt performer
Cheryl Lawson .... stunt double: Charisma Carpenter (as Cheryl Lawson-Bucher)
Gloria O'Brien .... stunts
Darrin Prescott .... stunt performer
Jason Rodriguez .... stunt coordinator
Scott Rogers .... stunt performer
Keith Woulard .... stunt performer
Bill Blair .... stunt player (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Odie Brown .... assistant camera
Melissa Di Meglio .... still photographer
Vincent Dow .... key grip
Keith J. Duggan .... camera operator
Keith J. Duggan .... gaffer
Brian Eastveld .... grip
Nicholas Gerard Klein .... best boy grip
Lawrence Montemayor .... second assistant camera
B. Shaw .... grip
Casting Department
Ivy Isenberg .... co-casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lauren Blair .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
John Daro .... on-line editor
Music Department
J. Lynn Duckett .... additional songs
Andrew Maz .... supervising score mixer
Transportation Department
Neil Chisholm .... transportation co-captain
Mark Cross .... transportation captain
Harry Zabounian .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Nadia Davari .... legal affairs
Ari Halpern .... script supervisor
Lauren M. Higgs .... assistant coordinator
Bryan Meyers .... accounting clerk
Laura Sherman .... production coordinator
Tim Shuler .... set medic
Shari Sontag .... key production accountant
Zeke Williams .... production assistant
Ryan Young .... production assistant

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Revealing mistakes: When the possessed priest has the detective suspended in air he flicks two bullets at him, but the detective has three bullet wounds. When the second detective enters, there are only three bullets suspended in air, as if he had flicked the third bullet at the first detective.See more »
[first lines]
[Cole speaking quietly in latin]
Dutch:You beat him again, Cole. You beat him again.
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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
A brother and sister combine forces to thwart evil., 22 July 2006
Author: brahmsviolin from United States

I liked the idea of Voodoo Moon and I was particularly excited to see a movie with Charisma Carpenter and John Amos. I was so disappointed! The storyline was incomprehensible. There were elements introduced throughout the movie--an appearance in a graveyard, pictures drawn, and childhood memories--that never added up to anything pertinent to the storytelling. As for the sister, her power was alluded to many times, but never really explained. Worse, the acting stunk. I say this, despite the fact that I adore Charisma Carpenter and respect John Amos. I usually applaud their acting, but that is impossible to do with their lifeless performances in Voodoo Moon. The movie committed the worst possible crime: it bored me. I couldn't keep my attention on it. Many opportunities for suspense are wasted by the director and the actors. There is absolutely nothing to recommend in this film.

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