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  (in credits order)

Dominique Swain ... Christie Wallace

Mehmet Günsür ... Detective Stefan Kercheck (as Mehmet Gunsur)

Udo Kier ... Picasso Killer / Aaron Garvey

David Carradine ... Wade Douglas

R. Keith Harris ... Detective Lawrence Kellog

Monica Barladeanu ... Helen Ritter (as Monica Dean)
Mihaela Radulescu ... Theresa

Burgess Jenkins ... Officer Earl Buchyk

Jennifer Alden ... Marie Zeitser

Lexi DiBenedetto ... Zoe Wallace

Brett Gentile ... Officer Paul Gleason
Austin James ... Michael Yeager
Karine Darrah ... Yanci Deeds
Jason Hammond ... Homeless Man
Huyen Thi ... Young Woman at Elevator (as Huyen Thi Wilson)

Devin McGee ... Young Man at Elevator

Renata Batista ... Dead Woman in Alley
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tye Banks ... Cop (uncredited)
Randy Bernard ... Cop (uncredited)
Todd Davis ... Officer (uncredited)
Chris Ryan ... Caligari (voice) (uncredited)
Carol Stanzione ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Jon Keeyes 
Writing credits
Roy Sallows (written by)

Produced by
Brandon Baker .... producer
David Carradine .... associate producer
Ed Cathell III .... co-producer
Mark Andrew Clark .... co-producer
Loni Farhi .... consulting producer
Ron Gell .... producer
Mehmet Günsür .... associate producer (as Mehmet Gunsur)
Nesim Hason .... producer
Sezin Hason .... executive producer
Ashley Holloway .... associate producer
Udo Kier .... associate producer
Dominique Swain .... associate producer
Sean Thomas .... associate producer
Original Music by
Pinar Toprak 
Cinematography by
Richard Clabaugh 
Film Editing by
Robert J. Castaldo 
Casting by
Cathy Henderson  (as Cathy Henderson Martin)
Production Design by
Eric Whitney 
Art Direction by
Sophia Madalana Martinez 
Costume Design by
Patricia Mueller 
Makeup Department
Jerri Lynn Ayer .... key hair stylist (as Jerri Lynn Marlborough)
Jill Ethan .... key makeup artist
Starr Jones .... makeup effects
Production Management
Kate Miller .... production supervisor
Straw Weisman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Travis Coles .... second assistant director
Phillip Kobylanski .... first assistant director
Adam Wilson .... second second assistant director
Ben Wolf .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Nathanael S. Absher .... art intern
Christina Aldridge .... set dresser
Catherine Cravens .... artist
Jason Hammond .... property master
Karen Rogers .... set dresser
Sound Department
Tanya Barling .... post sound assistant
Ryan Collins .... boom operator
Jason England .... dialogue editor
Sean Gordon .... foley artist
Brad Harper .... sound mixer
Monett Holderer .... foley artist (as Monette Beckfold)
Sanaa Kelley .... foley artist (as Sanaa Cannella)
Donald Lyles .... adr editor
Donald Lyles .... foley mixer
Edmond Rogers .... dialogue editor
Clancy T. Troutman .... supervising sound editor
David John West .... re-recording mixer
Scott Westley .... sound designer
Shawn M. Williams .... boom operator (as Shawn Williams)
Lindsay Atwood .... stunt performer
Timothy Eulich .... stunt double
Timothy Eulich .... stunts
Dale Girard .... stunt coordinator
Keith Long .... stunt double
Amy Lynn Tuttle .... stunt double
Robert Westley .... assistant stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Derrick M. Brown .... grip swing (as Derrick Brown)
Richard Clabaugh .... camera operator
Mark Copeland .... Steadicam operator
Keith Cutler .... grip
Cory Doggett .... dolly grip: second unit
Cory Doggett .... grip
W. Andrew Gorrell .... second assistant camera
Brian Johnston .... electrician
Josh Jones .... still photographer
Kathryn O. Lewis .... camera loader
Chase Livengood .... best boy electric
Chase Livengood .... gaffer: second unit
Dave Martin .... director of photography: second unit
Dave Martin .... second assistant camera
Matthew B. Moore .... key grip
Karen Rogers .... still photographer
Ben Sakatos .... grip
Bob Schaner .... gaffer
Ian Sherrington .... electrician
Matthew Skala .... camera operator
Matthew Skala .... first assistant camera
German Valle .... best boy / dolly grip
Casting Department
Lia Diana .... casting associate
Catrine McGregor .... casting: North Carolina
Carol Stanzione .... adr group voice casting
Harika Uygur .... international casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Hannah Guthrie .... assistant wardrobe
Sarah Guthrie .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Corey Frey .... assistant editor
Tom Nobili .... color timer
Debbie Weisman .... post coordinator
Location Management
Amber Leigh Smith .... location manager
Music Department
Thanos Kazakos .... music editor
Transportation Department
Al Hamilton .... transportation coordinator
Skip Long .... transportation captain
Other crew
Masashi Akiba .... production assistant
Kathleen Byrne .... assistant production coordinator
Ed Daniel .... production accountant
Melissa Elliott .... title designer
Michael Lee Garrett .... production secretary
Casey Johnson .... key set production assistant
Mary Kerley .... co-production coordinator
Laurka Kobylanski .... co-production coordinator (as Laurka Marciniak)
Ike Quigley .... script supervisor
Jason L. White .... craft service
Mark Heidelberger .... special thanks
Jenna Hovland .... special thanks

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Rated R for violence, grisly images, a scene of strong sexuality, some nudity and language
94 min | Germany:93 min (European Film Market)
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Very Weak Story Kills Film, 14 December 2011
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Fall Down Dead (2007)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Silly horror film about a young woman (Dominique Swain) who witnesses The Picasso Killer (Udo Kier) who has been stalking the city. She's able to get away and call police but there's a rolling blackout sweeping the city so she must stay inside a locked building with a group of other people and of course the killer gets in trying to get rid of them all. FALL DOWN DEAD is yet another in a seemingly endless string of slasher pictures where you get the feeling of deja vu from start to finish. I will say that director Jon Keeyes manages to make the film look very professional and I thought he handled the opening sequence quite well but when you're dealing with a routine screenplay that gives you everything you'd expect and in the order that you'd expect it, there's really nothing anyone could do. The screenplay pretty much goes from A to Z just like you'd expect it to. You know who's going to live. You know who's going to die. You know various twists that's going to happen in the story. You know pretty much everything including how a victim is going to escape the killer and reach her car only to have it not start. It's really too bad that the screenplay goes for the routine and cliché moments from start to finish because I think a rewrite could have made for a better result. Another problem is the story itself, which never really makes too much sense. The police inside this building want to protect the Swain character because she can identify the killer. However, instead of leaving the building and taking her somewhere they decide to just wait around inside the building with the killer instead of leaving and getting her to safety. The excuse given is that the cops want to call a police squad in but after the first two or three people get slaughtered it looks like they'd just leave. Another annoying thing is various scenes that just make you want to jump through the screen and punch the characters. Everyone is fighting for their lives yet it seems each one of them has time to stop what they're doing, talk about marriage, their past and their plans for the future. These moments are just so annoying that you really wonder why no one in the production stood up and asked what was going on. Performances are decent at best with Swain certainly doing the best work here. Kier is also effective in his part as that great voice does wonders. David Carradine appears in one of his many 15-minute cameos that he got after KILL BILL. Even he is featured in a rather stupid sequence where Swain in banging on the office door and screaming for her life. They have her playing terror, the music is that pure thriller mode and yet they have Carradine playing the scene for laughs. It just doesn't add up but then again not much does in this film.

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