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Release Date:
13 April 2010 (USA) See more »
The monster of a man's recurring nightmare turns out to be real when he and his friends go on a weekend trip to a remote area. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Devon Sawa ... Andrew

Sanoe Lake ... Gina

Matthew Lawrence ... Lance

Siena Goines ... Karla

Dan White ... Mason

Kevin Alejandro ... Emilio
Jennifer Howie ... Rachel

Ryan Judd ... Eric

Fernanda Romero ... Heather
Phil Van Tee ... The Catcher
Matt Lattimore ... Major Victor Devorshak
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ingrid Graham ... Victoria (uncredited)
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Directed by
Mark Stouffer 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Stouffer  writer

Produced by
Mark Litwak .... executive producer
Jay Sedrish .... executive producer
Jay Sedrish .... line producer
Mark Stouffer .... producer
Jack Whittaker .... executive producer
Jewell Whittaker .... executive producer
Wendy Winks .... co-producer
Cinematography by
Tom Camarda 
Film Editing by
Jeff Martin 
Casting by
Jason L. Wood 
Art Direction by
Chanida Trueblood 
Set Decoration by
Chanida Trueblood 
Costume Design by
Amanda Riley 
Makeup Department
Michelle Clark .... makeup department head
Juli Maldonado .... hair stylist
Juli Maldonado .... makeup artist
Production Management
Jay Sedrish .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Edmonds .... first assistant director
Michelle Edmonds .... second assistant director
Billy Hayes .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Jared Courter .... set dresser
Briana Dorner .... assistant property master
Frank Kasy .... storyboard artist
Mario Medina .... set dresser
Dave Preston .... property master
Ryan Steinhauer .... leadman
Sound Department
Benjamin Hoekstra .... additional boom operator
Mike Hostettler .... boom operator
Ted Phillips .... sound mixer
Lola Wallace .... sound utility
Special Effects by
George Bernota .... animatronics
Jon Dawe .... key animatronic designer: Kinetic Vision
Al Di Sarro .... special effects director
Chris Richard .... special effects assistant
Jordu Schell .... creature effects
Visual Effects by
Chris Gruber .... visual effects artist
Richard Hurrey .... character rigger
John Moores .... digital effects artist
Lance Wilhoite .... visual effects supervisor
Matt Baker .... stunt coordinator
Eddie Braun .... stunt driver
Jeremy Fitzgerald .... stunt coordinator
Ryan Fitzgerald .... stunt driver
Rex Reddick .... stunts
Matt Thompson .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Benny Alvarado .... electrician
Tyler Anderson .... electrician
Michael S. Beckman .... electrician
William Martin Cook .... electrician
Nicole Dayton .... grip
Jose Elias Felix .... additional electrician
Edwin Kim .... electrician
Erica Kim .... electrician
Koji Kojima .... first assistant camera: second camera
Matt Kubas .... best boy electric
Erwin Landau .... Steadicam operator
Erwin Landau .... camera operator: "b" camera
Jorge Montalvo .... camera operator
Michael Rizzi .... second assistant camera
Michael Roy .... gaffer
Darryl Rue .... dolly grip
Casey Stouffer .... camera operator
Casey Stouffer .... still photographer
Jeremy Wong .... second assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Becke Shulman .... key wardrobe
Editorial Department
Taylor Ruecking .... assistant editor
Loren Stouffer .... post-production assistant
Transportation Department
Gene Alford .... transportation coordinator
John Christopher Hicks .... driver
John Proctor .... transportation captain
Other crew
Susan Bambara .... script supervisor
Adrian Casas .... production coordinator
Russell Chadwick .... set production assistant
Megan Cissell .... assistant to producer
Dawn Davis .... production assistant
Paul Giorgi .... production accountant
David Kern .... location manager
Steve Martin .... set medic (2006)
Jorge Montalvo .... publicist
Derek Potts .... production assistant
Chris Richard .... set production assistant
Loren Stouffer .... production assistant

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Rated R for creature violence/gore, language and brief nudity
Aspect Ratio:
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Australia:MA (2010) | Singapore:NC-16 | USA:R (certificate #45796)

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Continuity: When Andrew awakens from his nightmare, his left hand is in different positions between camera shots. From the tent flap his left hand on his neck, but from the back of the tent both his hands are on the ground behind him.See more »
Andrew:When I was younger, I had this schizo relative - Uncle Victor. He's a pilot. He was... he was... in the U.S. Air Force.
Gina:They don't let schizos fly jets.
Andrew:He didn't start off like that. It wasn't till he claimed he was abducted by some sort of being, some being that said something was gonna happen to the Earth in the future.
Karla:And you expect us to listen to some loony abduction story out here?
Heather:Just let him continue. Please?
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Needs a writer and director, 7 May 2010
Author: HEFILM from French Polynesia

The director, whose biography on the DVD would have you believe he's either Kubrick or Orson Welles, has credits and awards for nature shows. You know photographing animals in the wild.

Sure great, but in this case that doesn't mean he can write a scene or stage an action scene to save his, or any cute animals life.

The plot is a predator rip off deal. It's poorly shot on HD, the black levels and colors and focus are all problems from time to time.

The action scenes just don't cut together at all. Slow motion is used once in awhile for no good reason. The sound job on the movie is awful some of the stereo effects seem to come from the wrong side of the screen.

It's so poorly staged that sometimes it takes you a few scenes later on until you understand what happened in a sequence. It's sub amateur sorry to say there is no idea where to put the camera.

The one thing the movie has going for it is a cool looking creature head and hands. That is when it's a real prop, when it's a CG thing that too looks barely decent enough for a video game. But the real creature is coolly designed and nicely operated. Too bad the director and story give it nothing to do.

The movie seems to be cut to avoid nudity, the one semi nude scene is "timed" so darkly that it stands out against the rest of the night scene it is in. Profanity too is sort of mixed around the F word. Like the film was done to pass for screening on Sci Fi network ( now retartedly named Scy Fy) And is it better than the worst things on Scy Fy? Well no, it's probably just about as bad as their worst monster movies, certainly more poorly directed and photographed than many, on a writing level it's about par for the lousy course, aside from the real creature here which raises it above AZTEC REX, for example.

Has a pre credit sequence which makes no sense at all and is repeated later in the film, also seems like this was done to give is a punchy opening for Scy Fy channel.

Several endless scenes of people talking around the campfire slow down the middle and show off terrible writing and clueless acting. Early on there are several scenes to establish interpersonal conflict--which are bad and needless just makes you wish you'd never gone dirt bike riding.

Computer FX of airplanes and gunfire all really poor, music seems like same few cues from a sound library, but wait, there is a very "white" sounding rap song during the end credits.

They do drop a burning dune buggy out of the sky. There I've said everything nice I can think of. Really find one of the nature shows he directed and watch it, it might help you not want to kill the producer/writer/director before he makes you sit through another one like this. Hire the creature guys, fire the rest of them. A failure on every creative level involving the basics of movie making.

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