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  (in credits order)

Nick Damici ... Clutch

Kim Blair ... Casey
Ron Brice ... Coco

Bo Corre ... Kay
Tim House ... Ross
Larry Fleischman ... Charlie
Larry Medich ... Frank
Javier Picayo ... Otto

Antone Pagán ... Peter Pace (as Antone Pagan)

John Hoyt ... Big Vic
Lou Torres ... Larry the Bartender
Sarah Dickinson ... Little Girl
Heidi Peterson ... Dishelveled Woman
Jim Heater ... The Priest
Rodney Gray ... Rodney
John Gamborini ... Ray the Painter
Joe Carr ... The Mayor
Emily Cain ... Little Girl on Train
Adam Folk ... Matthew
Vonia Arslanian ... Christine / Rat Girl
Danny Perez ... Bar Back

Larry Fessenden ... Man Behind the Gate

Mitchell Riggs ... Yuppie Dad

Catherine Zambri ... Yuppie Mom
Luka Riggs ... Yuppie Baby
Laurel Astri ... Rat Girl in Van

Devon Mikolas ... Alley Rat Man
Kathleen O'Donnel ... Miss Georgio
Nikita Voskoboynik ... Contamination Unit #1
Michael Murphy ... Contamination Unit #1
Patrick Murphy ... NY2 News Anchor / Himself

Debbie Rochon ... Mellisa Moore - NY2 News Anchor
Beth Mickle ... Extra

Bryce Hamilton ... Extra
Mario A. Martinez ... Extra
Michael T. Martin ... Extra
Andy Ruzicka ... Extra / Voice-over (as Andy Ruficka)
John Mcrae ... Extra
Jim Colletti ... Extra
Jennifer Schwertman ... Extra
Julia Maria Colletti ... Extra
Maki Takuchi ... Extra
Richard Shea ... Extra
Tim Gemlino ... Extra
Chad Sidney ... Extra
Nick Gehling ... Extra
Kim Gorthir ... Extra
Vera Hampton ... Extra
Joseph Pisapica ... Extra
Roni Armstrong ... Extra
Diana Fiquiroa ... Extra
Corinne Ideal ... Extra
Joseph Rodriguez ... Extra

Jenna Rae Montgomery ... Extra
Shane O'Dell ... Extra
Denise S. Anderson ... Extra
Clint T. Jarrett ... Extra
Stephen Winterrowd ... Extra
Daniel Zimmerman ... Extra
Leajato Amara Robinson ... Extra (as Jack Fruit)
Raven Burnett ... Extra
Simit Patel ... Extra
Ryan Pinder ... Voice-over (voice)
Frank Watson ... Voice-over (voice)
Josh Bibb ... Additional creature voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Kwiatkowski ... Bar Patron
Raphael Adaba ... Dead guy in van being eaten by rat girl / Rat person on car (uncredited)

Nicole Evans ... Extra (uncredited)

Mike McGrath ... Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Jim Mickle 
Writing credits
Nick Damici (written by) &
Jim Mickle (written by)

Produced by
Victor Assante .... executive producer
Rene Bastian .... co-producer
Adam Folk .... producer
Tim House .... executive producer
Linda Moran .... producer
Original Music by
Andreas Kapsalis 
Cinematography by
Ryan Samul 
Film Editing by
Jim Mickle 
Production Design by
Beth Mickle 
Art Direction by
Danny Perez 
Costume Design by
Vonia Arslanian 
Makeup Department
Lisa Garr .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Shane O'Dell .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Justin Bischoff .... second second assistant director
Aaron Dunsay .... first assistant director
Zachary Schwager .... second assistant director
Sound Department
Louis Bertini .... dialogue editor
Jim Mickle .... sound editor
Michael Sterkin .... sound mixer
Robert Van Kolken .... sound editor
Colin Weeks .... re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Adam Morrow .... special effects makeup
Visual Effects by
Jim Mickle .... visual effects
Steve Bodi .... stunts
Maurice Davis .... stunts
Adam Morrow .... stunts
Marek Trochan .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Beattie .... additional electrician
Ken Farrington .... grip
Ken Farrington .... lighting technician
Jess Fogel .... lighting technician
Tim Gehling .... lighting technician
Mike Jackson .... lighting technician
Bill Lucia .... lighting technician
Messiah Rhodes .... grip
Messiah Rhodes .... lighting technician
Yoshi Sonoda .... lighting technician
Charles Wing .... lighting technician (as Charles A. Wing)
Zenfeek .... lighting technician
Editorial Department
Daniel Bellusci .... assistant editor
Jesse Spellman .... assistant editor
Music Department
Jim Black .... music clearance: Clearsongs
Eric Copeland .... music consultant
Tim Sandusky .... score recordist
Darren Garvey .... musician (uncredited)
Other crew
Shelley Marie Brown .... promotions
Andrew Fixell .... production assistant
Nick Gehling .... production assistant
Jaclyn Hallstrom .... production assistant
Clint T. Jarrett .... production assistant
Christanne Manzano .... production assistant
Michael T. Martin .... production assistant
Nick Basile .... special thanks

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Rated R for creature violence/gore and language
84 min
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23 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Fantastic story telling and characters, 17 November 2007
Author: scotflip from United States

This film caught me by surprise. It is rare indeed to find well written characters in films today and much less so in horror films. These characters were incredibly well written and it is their relationships that bring so much power to the film.

The film brings the grittiness and fear that made the original Night of the Living Dead a classic and added the intensity and ferocity of 28 Days Later. Now add well written characters to that recipe! The movie takes its time to unfold as you get to know the characters and slowly learn about the mayhem that is beginning to unfold in New York. The film aptly captures that gradual realization as the news stories begin to unfold in a crisis. It takes you from the who cares, the what the heck, and the OMG! As the city falls apart.

Confession: I have never cried in a horror movie before and by the end I was bawling. And I wasn't the only one in the theater. When the lights came on, people were looking around and caught the others who were moved by it all.

Reading about the other film written by Michael Damici (Fast Horses) there seems to be a theme of the unspoken love between men in his work. If that freaks you out, then you won't like the movie much. Otherwise, catch this film!

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