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Sea of Dust
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David Lynch meets The Brides of Dracula See more »
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Beyond the Black Forest, in the fairytale village of Heidelberg, an unspeakable evil has taken root... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Tom Savini ... Prester John
Troy Holland ... Stefan Christoph

Ingrid Pitt ... Anna
Pete Barker ... Chalmers

John Correll ... Lord Dunsten
Sarah Dauber ... Elizabeth
Stuart Rudin ... Ian the Woodsman / Carla's Father
Bill Timoney ... Professor Sorell
Darby Lynn Totten ... Carla (as Darby Totten)

Edward X. Young ... Doctor Maitland
Megan McGowan ... Meadow Girl
Angela Rose Popovic ... Evil Twin 1
Maria Rose Popovic ... Evil Twin 2
Celina Murk ... The Siren
Joe Caponigro ... The Fisherman

Suzi Lorraine ... Black Forest Woman
Kenneth Robert Marlo ... Black Forest Man (as Ken Marlo)

Laura Eff ... Black Forest Girl

Eve Blangiardo ... The Harpy
Edward A. Young ... Dying Man On Beach
Elizabeth Young ... Dying Woman on Beach
Edward Ferruggia ... Blood Chamber Torture Victim
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Colleen Cohan ... Blood Chamber Torture Victim

Al Contursi ... Torture Victim
Rosalynd Darling ... Harpie Hydrant
Keegan O'Neil ... Zombie Villager
Becky Randazzo ... Villager
Dylan Randazzo ... Young Boy
Fugie Ruiz ... Torture Chamber Victim
Amber Wootan ... Zombie Villager

Directed by
Scott Bunt 
 
Writing credits
Scott Bunt (written by)

Produced by
Pauline Bunt .... executive producer
Amanda Platner .... line producer: reshoots
Patrick T. Rousseau .... line producer
Patrick T. Rousseau .... producer
Arlene Wachstein .... associate producer
Noah Workman .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jasper Drew 
 
Cinematography by
Brian Fass 
 
Film Editing by
Ron Kalish 
 
Costume Design by
Joanne Haas 
 
Makeup Department
Erica Oddo .... key hair stylist
Erica Oddo .... key makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jesse Beller .... second assistant director
Arash Mokhtar .... first assistant director
Noah Workman .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Lora Parker .... props
Rich Parker .... props
R. Zachary Shildwachter .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York
Marc Hayes .... adr mixer
Marc Hayes .... assistant sound re-recording engineer
Ken Jackson .... boom operator
Ken Jackson .... sound mixer
Ron Kalish .... sound editor
Paul Michael .... adr recordist: additional
Paul Michael .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Josh Turi .... key special effects makeup artist
 
Visual Effects by
Savvas Paritsis .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Kenneth Robert Marlo .... stunt coordinator
Bill Timoney .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Nat Aguilar .... gaffer
Helge Bernhardt .... Steadicam operator
Zeynep Oguz Catal .... gaffer
Boris Cifuentes .... grip
Freddy Cintron .... gaffer
Joe Tom Collins .... dit tech
Pamela de la Pena .... second assistant camera (as Pam Dela Peña)
Othmar Dickbauer .... digital imaging technician
Ahmed Fallat .... gaffer
Christian Miller .... key grip
Robert M. Neilson .... grip
Gary Powell .... second assistant camera
Miranda Rhyne .... electrical intern
George Selden .... key grip
Peter Yoon .... assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Cathy Carrey .... additional wardrobe assistant
Rebecca Edmonston .... on-set costumer
Jennifer Hoddinott .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Andrew Montlack .... assistant editor
Savvas Paritsis .... colorist
Savvas Paritsis .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Peter Paul Basler .... electronic press kit
Katie Dixon .... additional script supervisor
Noel Estrada .... production assistant
Edward Ferruggia .... public relations director
Scott Friedman .... production assistant
Michele Knotz .... production assistant
Jorge R. Loyola .... production assistant
Megan McGowan .... production coordinator
Stefanie Mitchell .... script supervisor
R. Zachary Shildwachter .... key production assistant
 
Thanks
Jon Fordham .... special thanks
Daryl Goldberg .... special thanks
Steven Gorelick .... special thanks
Rob Roy .... thanks
 

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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Is there a prize for getting through this film?, 20 June 2011
Author: peteranderson975 from East Kilbride, Scotland

Synopsis:Some weed in a costume (Troy Holland) is whining to some older bloke about some thing and Prester John (Tom Savini) gets mentioned. Prester John lives on the other side. I'm not sure what other side they mean but I might have drifted off at that point.

The weed then goes to a big house full of costumed loonies where he tries to propose to some bird he loves and then gets thrown out by daddy loony. After leaving the house he finds an unconscious woman on the road and takes her to a doctor to be tied up, a service rarely offered in modern socialized medicine. Then he takes her home where her dad tries to kill him for tying up his daughter but he kills the dad and then some truly pathetic special effects take him to beach where he gets hooked and taken to a castle full of loonies presided over by Prester John who recruits the weed into his army as his general – amazingly rapid promotion especially since from then on all he bangs on about is stopping Prester John.

This film is very badly written and the story is incoherent and making anyone watch should be considered a form of abuse. The acting is so awful that there are scenes littered with corpses and they can't even act dead convincingly.

Tom Savini really is very hammy in this with a big purple cloak that he swishes around a lot. There is also Ingrid Pitt who seems very lost and confused and that wasn't much to do with her acting. I really cannot think of a single redeeming feature of this film and I cannot recommend it at all

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