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  (in credits order)

Kevin Sherwood ... Kevin

Kevin Kirkpatrick ... Gordon

Scott Rinker ... Paul (as Scott Allen Rinker)

Dave Hanson ... Reese

Joe Nieves ... Fernando

John Heard ... Gordon's Dad

Beverly D'Angelo ... Gordon's Mom

Kelly LeBrock ... Angela's Mom

William Katt ... Reese's Boss

Meredith Zealy ... Angela

Yvonne Arias ... Veronica

Niko Posey ... Stephanie

Michael Bell ... Narrator

Ben Messmer ... Johnny

Jon Spinogatti ... Sound Board Operator
Chris Hollyfield ... Little Person

Mitch Lippman ... Judas
Joel Rieck ... Jesus
Kris Buccieri ... City Council Speaker

Michael Rachlis ... Young Paul

Jorge Ortiz ... Carlos
Richard Blade ... Voice of Richard Blade

Steve Mallory ... Werewolf Man
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rose Bell ... Bingo Lady
Ryan Blattenberger ... Butch
Andrew J. Brawley ... Iowa Corn Farmer

Dan Chandler ... Health Inspector

Mary Cseh ... Paul's Chick
Jennifer Fox ... Porn Receptionist

Chase Kim ... Asian Renald McJones (as Charles S. Kim)
Ned Locario ... Porn Boss
Ricardo Martinez ... Child Fernando
Mark O'Connell ... Iowa Corn Farmer

Brandy Mettert Paolini ... Real Estate Agent
Paul Pieper ... Renald McJones
George Podegracz ... Webmaster

Directed by
Christopher Folino 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christopher Folino 

Produced by
Roberto 'Tito' Blasini .... executive producer
Kris Buccieri .... associate producer
David Colacioppo .... associate producer
Christopher Folino .... executive producer
Paul Pieper .... associate producer
Melissa Rivas .... associate producer
Kevin Sherwood .... executive producer
Manuel Silva .... producer
Jennifer Stechman .... producer
Lindsay Tsumpes .... associate producer
Fernando Velloso .... executive producer
Original Music by
Tom Hite 
Kevin Sherwood 
Cinematography by
Roberto 'Tito' Blasini 
Film Editing by
Christopher Folino 
Paul Pieper 
Fernando Velloso 
Casting by
Michelle Foumberg 
Michelle Metzner 
Costume Design by
Manuel Silva 
Makeup Department
Taylor Babaian .... makeup artist: Kelly LeBrock
Jessica Elbaum .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Folino .... second unit director
Sound Department
Tom Hite .... sound mixer
Tom Hite .... sound post-production
Tom Hite .... sound
Frank Szick .... sound editor
Special Effects by
David Colacioppo .... special effects
Visual Effects by
David Colacioppo .... digital artist
Todd Burge .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Barry Bedwell .... still photographer
Matt Campbell .... camera loader
Conrad Castor .... camera loader
Nathan Hathaway .... gaffer
Timothy James Kane .... first assistant camera
Cari Lutz .... first assistant camera
Rick Peebles .... grip
Wally Rowell .... lighting technician
Elizabeth Santoro .... second assistant camera
L. Andrew Sigler .... key grip
Adam Silver .... grip
Michael Ursetta .... best boy grip
Mira Velasco .... grip
Other crew
David Colacioppo .... title design

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USA:84 min
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9 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
It hurts to watch..., 21 February 2009
Author: ryoga_2003 from Pacific Northwest

As a gamer, I can't say I like this film. Fact is, I down right hate it. I tried to watch it as open minded as possible, but when it gets down to it, it feels rather insulting to my social group.

To me, there are several reasons why.

1. The characters seem unnatural. I've met lots of players, of all different walks of life. I don't know any who act like any of the characters in the film. It's like the producers of the film have taken the worst aspects of the worst stereotypes and put them all into 5 people. Most gamers are rather social people, some with rather active lives.

2. The style doesn't work. The mockumentary style is ill suited to the subject matter of the film. An actual documentary on gamers would actually work better. While it is good looking (I.E. cleanly put together), it isn't very good.

3. The dialogue feels forced, unnatural. It also seems to lack any real world context. Gamers swear, I'll admit that, but we don't have Tourette's Syndrome.

4. The humor is lacking. While self-deprecating humor is a mainstay of my group and several other groups I've encountered, this is less self-deprecation, and more like toilet humor. Likewise, a large part of gamer humor is full of in-jokes and anecdotes, not toilet humor. Most gamers would balk at and shun anybody who made such jokes.

5. The biggest problem to me is basically this: Accuracy. I don't mean rules, but instead dynamics. Invariably, this film is going to be compared to the even lower budget films The Gamers and The Gamers: Dorkness Rising, both of which portray the players as actual people playing an actual game. The difference is, Gamers: The Movie presents a situation where you want to beat the players senseless vs. The Gamers, where you can say something like: "Huh, I know a guy like that... Yep, that's definitely like Gary."

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