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Director:
Writers:
Brian McMahon (story)
Dominic Biondi (screenplay)
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Release Date:
27 March 2007 (USA) See more »
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This legend is reality See more »
Plot:
A group of five led by Julie set up their filming equipment in the hotel of the derelict town of Goldfield... See more » | Add synopsis »
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(3 articles)
More young actors join Nightmare On Elm Street remake
 (From Fangoria. 23 April 2009, 10:19 PM, PDT)

Dark Reel, Ghost Month and more on North American DVD
 (From Fangoria. 29 December 2008, 7:22 AM, PST)

Dark Reel, Ghost Month and more on North American DVD
 (From Fangoria. 29 December 2008, 7:22 AM, PST)

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Cast

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Kellan Lutz ... Chad

Marnette Patterson ... Julie

Mandy Amano ... Keri

Scott Whyte ... Dean

Chuck Zito ... George Winfield

Ashly Margaret Rae ... Elizabeth (as Ashly Rae)
John Bloom ... Clancy
Teri Corcoran ... Can Can Dancer

Roddy Piper ... Jackson Smith
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Richie Chance ... Man in suit (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ed Winfield  (as Edwin F. Winfield)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dominic Biondi  screenplay
Brian McMahon  story (as Brian O. McMahon)

Produced by
Benny Binion-Behen .... co-executive producer
Diana Bojko .... executive producer
John Bojko .... executive producer
Nick Calcarone .... executive producer
Douglas Crook .... co-executive producer
Mark Griesen .... co-executive producer
Debra Isaacs .... producer
Brian O.W. McMahon .... executive producer (as Brian O. McMahon)
Noam Schwartz .... co-executive producer
Bryan Todd .... co-producer
Straw Weisman .... associate producer
Ed Winfield .... producer (as Edwin F. Winfield)
Delaura Gundle .... associate producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Steve Yeaman  (as Steven A. Yeaman)
 
Cinematography by
Adrian M. Pruett (co-director of photography)
Roland 'Ozzie' Smith 
 
Film Editing by
Bryan Todd 
 
Casting by
Jan Glaser 
Christine Joyce 
Gerald I. Wolff  (as Gerald Wolff)
 
Art Direction by
Monica Tullar  (as Mo Tullar)
 
Makeup Department
Allison Carelli .... key hair stylist
Andy Chavez .... special makeup effects artist
Michael Peterson .... special makeup effects artist
Jim Sacca .... key hair stylist
Jim Sacca .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Delaura Gundle .... production manager (as DeLaura Gundle)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alisa Fredericks .... first assistant director
Todd Guzze .... first assistant director
Steve Parrington .... first assistant director
Lyon Reese .... assistant director (as Jolyon Reese)
Michael Ricks .... second unit director
Rick Uttich .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Chris Coleman .... art assistant
Kneely Morgan .... art assistant
Kate Womack .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Marcus Clotfelter .... sound mixer
Jared Neal .... sound editor
Phillip Perpich .... adr mixer
 
Special Effects by
Michael Taglianetti .... special effects
 
Stunts
Lauren Dennis .... stunt double
Loren Dennis .... stunt double
Tony Galuppi .... stunt rigger
Johnny Gray .... stunt rigger
Scott Leva .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dan Ayers .... Steadicam operator
Ken Bowder .... electrician
Chris Cod .... electrician
Clay Elting .... still photographer
Reed Fanning .... best boy
Ted Harrison .... gaffer
Brian Holgate .... video assistant
Mitch Isaacs .... electrician
Joshua Jose .... best boy
Kevin Kuehnast .... assistant camera
May May Luong .... assistant camera (as May May Lu Wong)
Roger Peterson .... dolly grip
Michael Ricks .... camera operator
Gary Sauer .... key grip
Bryan Todd .... still photographer
Charlie Tollefson .... electrician
Jeff Woolley .... camera operator (as Jeff Wooley)
 
Animation Department
Eric Woods .... digital artist
 
Editorial Department
John Columbo .... assistant editor
John Dobrich .... associate editor
 
Transportation Department
Kyle Beddington .... transportation
John Muldoon .... transportation
 
Other crew
Kyle D. Betterton .... production assistant
Liam Brady .... production assistant
Grant Cross .... production assistant
Samantha Davis .... production assistant
Sandy Harmon .... location manager
Rita Hawn .... production coordinator
Richard Hopper .... script supervisor
Mitch Isaacs .... production staff
Katie Larson .... production assistant
Ferris Lau .... production assistant
Penny Patrick .... script supervisor
 

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Rated R for bloody violence, sexuality and language
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88 min
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Trivia:
Originally intended to be part of the Urban Legend franchise.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The sound equipment bag keeps disappearing and appearing. When Dean is searching for Keri, the strap is across his body in some shots but missing in the next shot. Additionally, Dean lays the bag on the floor just inside the door to the mineshaft but it's missing when Julie enters the mineshaft.See more »
Quotes:
Bartender:We don't got no Kozmos !See more »
Movie Connections:
References Ghostbusters (1984)See more »

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Insultingly Bad, 26 October 2009
Author: cobbler88 from United States

I don't watch a horror movie looking for perfection. I look for a decent story that isn't screwed up by the actors or production staff. Unfortunately, pretty much everything that could have been done wrong in this film was.

First, lets talk about the group of five documenting hauntings in the abandoned hotel. Only three of the five were actually doing so. The two remaining hangers-on were the stock obnoxious boyfriend and slutty girlfriend - both of whom were so obviously ill-matched with their partners that it trumped all suspension of disbelief. There was simply no way either of the documentarians would have been going out with either of their mates.

Second, lets talk about shooting day for night. This is when a film is shot in daylight but manipulated to make it appear that the scenes were shot at night. At the very darkest it appears that the events in this movie occurred at around dusk. During other interior shots throughout the film it was clearly daylight outside because - duh - you could see the daylight through the windows. I don't believe a single exterior shot was actually filmed at night, and sometimes within the same scene the lighting would change from more red to more blue. The characters also inexplicably kept returning to what seems to be the basement of the hotel, which not only seemed to be a bit more haunted than the rest of the place, but also generally had daylight streaming down into it.

Third, how about doing at least a LITTLE research for minor points? This Nevada hotel was, to paraphrase, "one of the grandest hotels between Chicago and San Francisco. Now it sits abandoned off I-95." Can anyone tell me what is wrong with that sentence? Exactly! I-95 runs north-south from Maine to Florida. Would it really have taken more than 20 seconds to find a genuine interstate or state highway along which to place this hotel? Fourth, the ending is never explained and the viewer is left not really knowing why it ended as it did. I know this is often a device used by inferior film-makers to deflect criticism by reflecting it back to how stupid the viewer must be to not understand the film. Viewers too often fall into this trap, and sometimes with good reason. In this case, however, the nonsensical ending is yet another symptom of a horrible movie - not the viewer's inability to follow a story.

Even when looking for a low-budget horror flick to pass an October evening, avoid this one.

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