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  (in credits order)

Nicole DuPort ... Dakota

Rider Strong ... Ford

Michael Kelly ... Viper

Alexandra Barreto ... Torino

Robert Carradine ... Darwin
Emily Catherine Young ... Nova
Kevin E. Scott ... Max

Zack Robidas ... Yukon

Beverly Hynds ... Victoria

Jeffrey D. Erb ... Skinny Man - Forager

Rachel Miner ... Neon

Michael Madsen ... Jackal - Rover

Vinnie Jones ... Mongrel - Rover

Patrick Durham ... Shepherd - Rover

Jonathan Sachar ... Wolf - Rover
Bill Duff ... Badass - Rover
John Lumia ... Dingo - Rover
Frank Aptacy ... Lobo - Rover
Keith Bullard ... Black Dog - Rover
Christopher McNutt ... Red - Rover
Jerry Saberon ... Hairball - Rover
Garrett Ching ... Pug - Rover

Directed by
Mark Young 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
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Produced by
Gary Castro Churchwell .... associate producer (as Gary Churchwell)
Patrick Durham .... producer
Jeffrey D. Erb .... executive producer (as Jeff Erb)
Frank R. Gardner .... line producer (as Frank 'The Tank' Gardner)
Herb Hunter .... executive producer
Corey Large .... executive producer
Jordan Yale Levine .... executive producer
Michael Madsen .... executive producer
Lana May .... executive producer
Craig Meier .... co-executive producer
Joe Nicolo .... executive producer
Dave Pearce .... associate producer
Jason Pires .... executive producer
David Raynor .... associate producer
Jonathan Sachar .... producer
Franco Sama .... executive producer
Dennis Spilker .... executive producer
Kelly Wolfington .... executive producer (as Kelley Wolfington)
Alan Pao .... executive producer (uncredited)
F.X. Vitolo .... executive producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Elia Cmiral 
Cinematography by
Gregg Easterbrook (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Mark Young 
Casting by
Diane Heery 
Production Design by
Scott G. Anderson  (as Scott Anderson)
Art Direction by
Scott G. Anderson  (as Scott Anderson)
Set Decoration by
Jeff Tanner 
Costume Design by
Leonard Pollack 
Makeup Department
April Chatman-Royce .... key makeup artist
April Chatman-Royce .... special makeup effects artist
Jerry Constantine .... special makeup effects artist
Ashley DiSarro .... key hair stylist
Conor McCullagh .... on-set key effects makeup
J. Christopher Polito .... assistant makeup artist (as Christopher Polito)
Production Management
Jason Pinardo .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Amy Cutler .... second second assistant director
Blair Howley .... second assistant director
Michelle Pollino .... first assistant director (as Michell Pollino)
Art Department
Adam Cramer .... picture car dresser
Kenneth H. Finn .... property master (as Ken Finn)
Chris Kubicek .... set dresser
Mitchell Landsman .... scenic charge
Rob Prior .... poster artist
Michael Virgilio .... set dresser
Patrick Edward White .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Shawn Allen .... boom operator
Josh Eckberg .... sound engineer
Mark Ettel .... re-recording mixer
Jeremy Gray .... studio engineer
Anthony Krajchir .... sound engineer
Joel Minnich .... boom operator
Taylor Morgan .... studio coordinator
Paul Ratajczak .... re-recording mixer
Phil Rosati .... sound recordist
Michael Sable .... studio director
Anthony Short .... foley artist
Anthony Short .... foley editor
Anthony Short .... sound designer
Anthony Short .... sound post-production
Kirsten Short .... foley artist
Kirsten Short .... foley editor
Mike Silvestri .... additional boom operator
Mark Young .... supervising sound effects editor
Special Effects by
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Jerry Constantine .... special effects makeup
Jeffrey Cox .... armourer
Jeffrey Cox .... mechanical effects key
Greg Kochan .... pyrotechnician
Conor McCullagh .... special effects consultant (as Conor McCullagh)
David Plunkett .... special effects makeup
Patrick Edward White .... special effects coordinator (as Patrick White)
Steve Wolf .... shop foreman
Michael Molina Minard .... stunt coordinator (as Surly Bernard)
Camera and Electrical Department
Phil Bradshaw .... gaffer (as Philip L. Bradshaw)
Michael Crenshaw .... rigging grip (as Mike Crenshaw)
Todd Giresi .... key grip
Andrew Goodman .... additional grip
Rory Hanrahan .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
James Madison .... electric
Ilya Osovets .... grip
Nicholas Reader .... best boy electric (as Nic Reader)
Charlie Rowe .... best boy grip
Jeff Schirmer .... first assistant camera: second camera
Anneke Schoneveld .... still photographer
Ben Schwartz .... digital imaging technician
Mark Young .... camera operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Regina Haigh .... casting assistant
Jason Loftus .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Angeline Zeigler .... costume supervisor (as Angie Zeigler)
Editorial Department
David Diperstein .... post-production assistant
John Rehberger .... on-line editor
Lance Spindler .... color timer
Jane Tolmachyov .... colorist
Music Department
Elia Cmiral .... score synth programmer
John Samuel Hanson .... score synth programmer
Joe Nicolo .... music supervisor
David G. Russell .... score synth programmer (as David Russell)
Derek Somaru .... music editor
John Whynot .... music programmer
John Whynot .... score mixer
Other crew
Travis Blain .... title designer
William Boyer .... title designer
Shelley Marie Brown .... promotions
Lori Conway .... production accountant
Suzann Crumbock .... script supervisor (as Suzanne Crumbock)
Joshua Goren .... production assistant
Vanessa Gutin .... production coordinator
Lauren Harrison .... production assistant
Dan Kadushin .... production assistant
Nick Klinger .... office production assistant
Amanda Leahy .... production assistant
Adam Schoon .... production secretary
Tony Trov .... key set production assistant (as Anthony Trovarello)
Damon Wells .... medic
Dan Zarenkiewicz .... production assistant
Joan Bressler .... thanks
Steven Genyk .... thanks
JJ Johnson .... thanks
Max Kim .... thanks
Peter Leokum .... thanks
Joseph Moe .... thanks
Sharon Pinkenson .... thanks
Jane Soul .... thanks

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Rated R for strong violence, language and some sexuality
94 min
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Most of the "Foragers" (excluding Darwin) are named after automobiles, in relation to the main cause of the social collapse being gas shortage: Dakota (Dodge Dakota), Ford (Ford Motor Company), Viper (Dodge Viper), Torino (Ford Gran Torino), Nova (Chevy Nova), Max (could be a reference to the Metropolitan Area Express), Yukon (GMC Yukon), Victoria (Ford Crown Victoria), and Neon (Dodge Neon). Likewise, the "Rovers" are named after canines: Jackal, Mongrel, Shepherd, Wolf, Dingo, Lobo, Black Dog, Hairball, and Pug.See more »
Continuity: At around the 1:01 minute area, inside the cafeteria, Neon's bat goes from being under her left armpit to missing and back again.See more »
[first lines]
Darwin:[voiceover] The end. The end of life as we know it. We didn't see it coming, that's for sure. I mean, who plans for an apocalypse? But you know the really funny thing? It wasn't something big and horrible that did us in. It wasn't nuclear war or a deadly virus or a comet crashing into the planet. It wasn't over-population or global warming. I wish it was. You know, something...
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9 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Disappointing post-apocalyptic horror, 30 October 2008
Author: The_Void from Beverley Hills, England

Tooth and Nail is yet another film handling the idea of the majority of the population being killed off and the rest living in a barren wasteland. There are plenty of these films about, and most of them are better than this one as Mark Young's film adds nothing new to the concept and as such is really disappointing. The film does actually benefit from a very well done atmosphere - most of it takes place at night and the director constantly enforces the idea that the central characters are in a hopeless situation. However, the good things about it end there. As mentioned, the film takes place in the future and we focus on a group of people (lead by a college professor) that have holed up in an old abandoned hospital. Of course they plan to rebuild civilisation from the ground up; but their plan hits a stumbling block when they come across another gang of survivors. This gang calls themselves 'The Rovers' and just happen to be cannibals. Naturally, our group find themselves on the menu and have to fight to survive.

Mark Young's screenplay is really weak. The characters are all non-entities and many lines of dialogue are awful, which doesn't exactly help. The film does not feature even nearly enough tension or suspense and spends far too much time focusing on bickering within the central group; which is at times painful since none of the lead actors can act. Even when the film does start to feature a bit more action; it's not well filmed or exciting. Most of the cast is made up of unknown performers, but there are three exceptions, in the form of Robert Carradine, Vinnie Jones and Michael Madsen; who have small and rather ineffective roles. There are a few gory scenes in the film, but nothing to write home about. It's really a shame that the film turned out like this as while there are a lot of post-apocalyptic films about; this type of film can be really well done if handled correctly. The ending is fairly good and the little twist at the end is nice; but overall this is not good horror and represents yet another underwhelming entry in Afterdark's '8 Films to Die For' collection.

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