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Release Date:
3 January 2006 (USA) See more »
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Along twenty years, the deranged serial-killer Gary Ridgway has killed at least forty-eight prostitutes and dumped their bodies in Green River. | Add synopsis »
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Yeah, it's that bad! See more (42 total) »

Cast

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George Kiseleff ... Gary Ridgway
Jacquelyn Aurora ... Hedy (as Jacquelyn Horrell)
Georgina Donovan ... Gena

Shannon Leade ... Anna

Naidra Dawn Thomson ... Irene

Shawn G. Smith ... Coworker #1

Kimko ... Coworker #2 (as Martin Lockhurst)
Nola Roeper ... Mona
Ron Robbins ... Detective Dawson
Christian Behm ... Detective Cole
Sebastien Szumilas ... Kevin (as Sebastian Szumilas)

Bud Watson ... Defense Attorney

Carsten Frank ... Boris
Alexandra Dumas
Jared Kimber
Crystal Nelson
Sid Weiss
Jack Quinn
Rachael Devlin
Loretta Lotito

Paul Gagné (as Paul Cagney)
Susan Rodzai
Robert Beetley
Bill Maniscalco
Boston Dawna Chaet
Max Nikoff
Michael Barbour
Scott Espenshade
Jen Espen
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ulli Lommel ... Detective In Cowboy Hat (uncredited)
Gary Ridgway ... Himself - The Green River Killer (archive footage) (uncredited)

Marta Zolynska ... Donna (uncredited)

Directed by
Ulli Lommel 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ulli Lommel 

Produced by
Marian Dora .... executive producer
Carsten Frank .... executive producer
Ulli Lommel .... producer
Max Nikoff .... co-producer
Nola Roeper .... producer
Pia Yvonne Woods .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Robert J. Walsh 
 
Cinematography by
Ulli Lommel  (as Bianco Pacelli)
 
Film Editing by
Christian Behm  (as Xgin)
 
Casting by
Rachael Devlin (casting) (as Rachel Devlin)
 
Production Design by
Ulli Lommel  (as Patricia Devereaux)
 
Makeup Department
Boston Dawna Chaet .... makeup artist (as Dawna Chaet)
 
Production Management
Howard Berstein .... post-production supervisor
Crystal Nelson .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bret Ahmed .... second assistant director
Christian Behm .... assistant director
Marian Dora .... second unit director
Dale Tibor .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Jim Swain .... props
 
Sound Department
Hans Broome .... sound editor
Ross James .... foley editor
Max Nikoff .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
John Kunicki .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Kimko .... fight choreographer (as Martin Lockhurst)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Bret Ahmed .... second assistant camera
Eric Bedford .... grip
Kevin Burnstein .... gaffer
Marian Dora .... additional cinematographer (as M.D. Botulino)
Diana King .... second assistant camera
Bill Maniscalco .... still photographer
Daniel Noah .... first assistant camera
Jackie Shawn .... key grip
Dale Tibor .... first assistant camera
Chris Tonkovitcz .... best boy
Annie Wildmoser .... first assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jimmy Williams .... costumes
 
Music Department
Laverne Lincoln .... music editor
Max Nikoff .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Tito Angeleri .... assistant: Ms. Roeper
Dan Bigalow .... production assistant
Walt Breast .... assistant: Mr. Frank
Marian Dora .... director: film-about-film
Gary Edwards .... location scout
Howard Goldstein .... production accountant
Harry Gore .... production assistant
Mark List .... production assistant
Erica Mandell .... script supervisor
Nathan Mondale .... assistant: Mr. Dora
Rebecca Schwartz .... researcher
Reto Wullschleger .... production services (as Reto Wullschlegur)
 
Thanks
Michael Baumgarten .... special thanks
Joyce Garrett .... special thanks
Sandra K. Gavert .... special thanks
John Graves .... special thanks
Lisa Lawrence .... special thanks
Josh Tate .... special thanks
Reto Wullschleger .... special thanks (as Reto Wullshlegger)
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong violence, grisly images, sexuality/nudity and language
Runtime:
83 min | Germany:64 min (DVD: Sunfilm) (2008)
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Trivia:
The final film of Ron Robbins, who died shortly after completed the film.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: 1981 gas prices are over $2.00 per gallon.See more »
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References Body Double (1984)See more »

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9 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Yeah, it's that bad!, 9 March 2006
Author: darad from United States

My wife and I always seem to be suckered in by packaging of an unpopular title. From it's cover Green River Killer looked somewhat interesting having been based on a true story about a real serial killer. The moment we saw the first scene that it was on video and not film, the lead actor's (if you can call him an actor at all) stumbling through his lines to the awful cinematography and boxy audio we knew it was a terrible stinker and realized the watch ahead would be painful and excruciating. There were flashes of scenes that looked like they spliced from another awful film, probably one that was too bad to complete so they used the bits for whatever effects they were going after. You even could hear that the gun was plastic! If there's any good in the movie it was some actual police confession footage of the real killer, even he was a better actor than the guy they got as the lead. Someone should have just used the real killer's confession video, hired Bill Kurtis and let A&E or Discovery make a decent documentary instead. I should have checked IMDb first because all of its reviews from other victims (watchers) were dead on accurate.

I have to hand it to its marketing and artwork, however I suppose that's where the entire budget was spent on and the best part of the movie but not worth the four-dollars wasted. I can't say if I've seen worse movies than this, some were at least equal, like comparing a skunk's smell to a dead fish. Even those by Ed Wood or others from B movie directors at least provided laughter, this was too bad to be funny. A film as bad as this deserves an award, its awfulness just can't go unnoticed.

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