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Dylan Dog: Dead of Night -- The adventures of supernatural private eye, Dylan Dog, who seeks out the monsters of the Louisiana Bayou in his signature red shirt, black jacket, and blue jeans.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night -- In the New Orleans ­underground, Dylan Dog, a private investigator of the undead, tracks an artifact that will help prevent a war from breaking out among his werewolf, vampire, and zombie clients.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night -- Watch an exclusive clip from the new comedy-horror-mystery film Dylan Dog: Dead of Night.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night -- Featurette: Introducing Dylan Dog The Comic Book
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Living investigator. Undead clients. Zombie partner. See more »
The adventures of supernatural private investigator, Dylan Dog, who seeks out the monsters of the Louisiana bayou in his signature red shirt, black jacket, and blue jeans. | Add synopsis »
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Brandon Routh ... Dylan

Anita Briem ... Elizabeth

Sam Huntington ... Marcus

Taye Diggs ... Vargas

Kurt Angle ... Wolfgang

Peter Stormare ... Gabriel
Kent Jude Bernard ... Pale Teen / Slake
Mitchell Whitfield ... Cecil

Michael Cotter ... Phil

Laura Spencer ... Zoe

James Landry Hébert ... Lorca (as James Hébert)
Dan Braverman ... Big Al

Marco St. John ... Borelli

Kyle Clements ... Roddy

Douglas M. Griffin ... Harkin
Kevin Fisher ... Tommy

Garrett Strommen ... Cashier / Josh
Brian Steele ... Tatooed Zombie / Belial
Tiffany Reiff ... Jade

Andrew Sensenig ... Rosenberg

Courtney James Clark ... Alley (as Courtney J. Clark)
Bernard Hocke ... Coroner

Randal Reeder ... Bob the Mechanic

J. Omar Castro ... Bellboy

Shannon Hand ... Female Bartender (as Shannon Maris)

Jon Eyez ... Bouncer
Spencer Livingston ... Sclavi

Harvey Lowry ... Puppeteer #1
Todd Tucker ... Puppeteer #2

George Wilson ... Wino

Kimberly Whalen ... Kelly
Gareb Shamus ... Zombie Wizard

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg ... Jewish Zombie Priest
Kendall Jill Rosenberg ... Bromart Cashier
Kelly Ford ... Bromart Shopper
Karlee Jane Rosenberg ... Frost Stop Zombie Girl
Holden Dahlerbruch ... Frost Stop Zombie Boy
Jared Dahlerbruch ... Frost Stop Zombie Boy
Paulington James Christensen ... Cannibal Zombie

Devin Faraci ... Cannibal Zombie

Patrick Lee ... Cannibal Zombie
Robert Sanchez ... Cannibal Zombie
Ryan Turek ... Cannibal Zombie
James Vejvoda ... Cannibal Zombie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Shaun Grant ... Funeral Attendee
Andrew Breland ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Eric Cepeda ... Trueblood Vampire (uncredited)
Gabrielle Chapin ... Go Go Dancer (uncredited)

Valencia Christina ... Club Girl (uncredited)
Parker Dash ... Preppy Partier (uncredited)
Kimberly Day ... Vargas Girl (uncredited)

Ladson Deyne ... Officer S Neal (uncredited)
Josh Duffy ... Trueblood Vampire (uncredited)

Ted Ferguson ... Zombie Postman (uncredited)

Dacia Fernandez ... Vargas's Girl (uncredited)

Gino Galento ... Werewolf (uncredited)
Shima Ghamari ... Werewolf (uncredited)

Geraldine Glenn ... Zombie / Featured (uncredited)

Topher Jones ... Door Man (uncredited)

Richard Landry ... Mike (uncredited)

Laurie Lee ... Supermarket Shopper (uncredited)
Ada Michelle Loridans ... Zombie Mall Rat (uncredited)
James B. McDaniel ... Diner Zombie (uncredited)
Kyri Melancon ... Nightclub Member (uncredited)
Sami Naveed ... Trueblood (uncredited)
Gustavo I. Ortiz ... Drunk Tourist (uncredited)
Matthew Ramsaur ... Zombie Patient (uncredited)
Kyle Register ... Vampire (uncredited)
Alli Richard ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Ashlynn Ross ... Werewolf (uncredited)
Sean M. Sellers ... Vampire (uncredited)
Laura Shipley ... Cassandra (uncredited)
Sarah J. Thompson ... Club Dancer (uncredited)
Elizabeth Tranchant ... Party Attendant (uncredited)
Courtney Shay Young ... Trueblood Vampire (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin Munroe 
Writing credits
Thomas Dean Donnelly (written by) &
Joshua Oppenheimer (written by)

Tiziano Sclavi (comic book series "Dylan Dog")

Produced by
Gilbert Adler .... producer
Patrick Aiello .... executive producer
Brian Altounian .... co-producer
Ashok Amritraj .... executive producer
Gioy De Marco .... co-producer
Will French .... executive producer
Manu Gargi .... co-producer
Peter D. Graves .... executive producer
Randy Greenberg .... executive producer
Christopher Mapp .... executive producer
Kevin Munroe .... executive producer
Stephen Roberts .... executive producer
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg .... producer
Matthew Street .... executive producer
Lars Sylvest .... executive producer
David Whealy .... executive producer
Original Music by
Klaus Badelt 
Cinematography by
Geoffrey Hall 
Film Editing by
Paul Hirsch 
Production Design by
Raymond Pumilia 
Art Direction by
Raymond Pumilia 
Set Decoration by
Michelle Marchand II 
Costume Design by
Caroline Eselin 
Makeup Department
Martin Astles .... special makeup effects department head
Joe Colwell .... creature shop supervisor: Drac Studios
Jerry Constantine .... creature effects makeup
Allison Gordin .... makeup department head
Stacey Herbert .... special makeup effects artist
Tim Jarvis .... Special Makeup Effects Apllication
Krystal Kershaw .... special makeup effects artist
Jack Lazzaro .... special makeup effects artist
Dennis Liddiard .... makeup artist
Darryl Lucas .... additional makeup
Paul Anthony Morris .... hair department head
Kim Perrodin .... makeup artist
Danielle Lyn Saunders .... key makeup artist
Adam Walls .... project coordinator: Drac Studios
Amy Wood .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Buddy Enright .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason Altieri .... key second assistant director
Eric Fox Hays .... first assistant director
Eric Norris .... second unit director
Cali Pomes .... second second assistant director
Mahaveer Shaktawat .... set pa (as Mahaveer Singh Shaktawat)
Paul Uddo .... assistant director
Art Department
Mike Barnard .... painter
Scott C. Bivona .... lead greensman
Edward J. Borasch Jr. .... property master
Ruthie Briggs-Greenberg .... special artwork (credit only)
Jonathan Carlos .... art department production assistant
Jonathan Carlos .... graphic designer
Iggie Colomer .... set dresser
Gus Coto .... leadman
Ryan Martin Dwyer .... set dresser
Sarah Forrest .... set designer
Jeff Garbacz .... carpenter
Gregory T. Geniusz .... set dresser
Christina Eunji Kim .... set designer
Marcus LaPorte .... props fabricator
Charlie LaVoy .... art department production assistant
Sam Lothridge .... on-set dresser
Carl Mastio .... greensman
Pat A. O'Connor .... set dresser
Jesse Michael Owen .... storyboard artist
Thomas Perkins .... props
Virle S. Reid .... assistant property master
Noel Rideout .... set dresser
Robin Simmerly .... art department coordinator
Victoria St. Pierre .... paint foreman
Alex Toader .... designer
Angela Gail Schroeder .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Michael Baird .... sound designer
Robert C. Bigelow .... sound mixer (as Robert Bigelow)
P.J. Corvus .... audio technical support
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Robert Dehn .... sound studio manager
Ryan Farris .... sound mixer: second unit
Erich Gann .... sound editor
Erich Gann .... sound effects editor
Jason Gaya .... adr mixer
G. Michael Graham .... supervising sound editor
Corey J. Grasso .... foley mixer
Devon Heffley Curry .... adr supervisor
Steven Iba .... foley editor
Dan Izen .... sound mixer: prinicpal photography
Richard Kitting .... sound re-recording mixer
Betsy Lindell .... boom operator
Brad Lokey .... additional sound utility
Brad Lokey .... second boom operator
Zach Michaelis .... foley mixer
Jonathan Pendergrass .... foley editor
Randal S. Thomas .... dialogue editor
Jonathan Wales .... sound re-recording mixer
Aaron Zeller .... additional boom operator
Aaron Zeller .... sound utility
Special Effects by
Roland Blancaflor .... special effects technician
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Guy Clayton Jr. .... special effects coordinator
Marcus LaPorte .... master mold maker
Harvey Lowry .... director of operations: Drac Studios
Harvey Lowry .... special effects
Cass McClure .... special effects technician
David Nash .... special effects foreman
Visual Effects by
Pranay Agarwal .... digital compositor
Jo Amery .... 3d artist
Nitin Andey .... visual effects artist
Alastor Arnold .... digital intermediate colorist
Jen Bahan .... vfx pa
Rehan Baigh .... render wrangler
Priyanka Balasubramanian .... visual effects sequence producer: Prana Studios
Shraddha Belose .... digital artist: Prana Studios
Carl Castelino .... character modeling artist
Manish Chaturvedi .... visual effects artist
Sam Clark .... visual effects coordinator
Annie Cliche .... vfx line producer
Prakash D'Cunha .... visual effects
Radha Krishnan Damodar .... digital matte paint artist: Prana Studios
Nidell Durham .... visual effects artist
Sean Findley .... visual effects editor
Darius Fisher .... visual effects producer
Frederic Fortin .... visual effects technical director: NewBreedVFX
Melanie Franciosi .... senior compositor: Digital Neural Axis Corp
Robin Gala .... digital compositor
Dipti Gandhi .... character rigging
Prashant Gawande .... visual effects
Bhavana Gidwani .... visual effects coordinator
Suhaag Hiradhar .... visual effects artist
Adam Holmes .... visual effects
Samir Hoon .... visual effects supervisor: Prana Studios
Sid Jayakar .... compositing supervisor
Arudra Jaykar .... vfx/cg supervisor: Prana Studios
Manasi Joshi .... visual effects artist
Amit Kambli .... compositor
Samapika Karmakar .... roto/paint lead: Prana Studio
Robin Konieczny .... digital artist
Amit Kumar .... roto/paint lead
Bulbule Mahesh .... visual effects artist
Andrea Marotti .... visual effects producer
Anshul Mathuria .... digital compositor
Anish H. Mulani .... Head of Production: Prana Studios
Chaitanya Mullapudi .... lighting technical supervisor: movies
Sebastien Nadeau .... visual effects
Manoj Nagar .... tech support
Bo Opfer .... visual effects
Chaitanya M.R. P. .... lighting technical director
Sanjay Panchal .... VFX lighting TD
Snehil Pandey .... visual effects artist
Bhakti Patwardhan .... visual effects producer: Prana Studios
Desai Priyanka .... visual effects artist
B.R. Rajeev .... senior lighting td: Prana Studios
Chinneri Ramesh .... lighting td
Viren Shah .... lighting artist
Ravi Shekhar .... roto/paint lead: Prana Studio
Ravi Singapur .... lighting td
Frederick George Stuhrberg .... 3D scanning
Aditya Talwar .... digital compositor
Sachin Toraskar .... visual effects artist
Katrina Tung .... surfacing artist
Akshay Watane .... visual effects artist
Olaf Wendt .... visual effects supervisor
Raffaele Apuzzo .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Tom Akos .... stunts
Kevin Beard .... stunts
John Bernecker .... stunt double
John Bernecker .... stunt performer
Sophia Crawford .... stunt double: Anita Briem
Daniel Forcey .... stunts
Jeff Galpin .... stunt double
Jim Henry .... stunts
Ben Jensen .... stunts
Michael Li .... stunts
Mike Massa .... lead stunt double
Kyle McDuffie .... stunt double
Eric Norris .... stunt coordinator
Hugh Aodh O'Brien .... utility stunts
Holly O'Quin .... stunts
Phil Ortiz .... stunts
Bill Poague .... stunts
Víctor Quintero .... stunts
Tim J. Smith .... stunt performer
Gary Ray Stearns .... fight choreographer
Gary Ray Stearns .... stunt performer
Josh Tessier .... stunt performer
Russell Towery .... stunts
Clark Tucker .... stunt performer
Winston West .... stunt actor
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Applebaum .... additional camera operator
Grayson Austin .... Steadicam operator
Gerard Bartley .... lighting technician
Victor Brunette .... video assist
Jarrod A. Bush .... video assist
Joe Cassano .... dolly grip
Justin Cooley .... film loader
Bryan DeLorenzo .... first assistant additional camera: second unit
Sean Finnegan .... gaffer
Robert Foster .... director of photography: second unit
Andre Green .... rigging best boy electrician
Penelope Helmer .... second assistant camera
David James .... still photographer
Michael D. Kennedy .... lighting technician: additional
Nick Leon .... key grip
Joe Lotuaco .... grip
Ryan Andrej Lough .... set videographer (as Ryan Lough)
Mike McLaughlin .... gaffer
Allen Parks .... gaffer: second unit
Jonathan E. Robinson .... additional camera assistant
James Allen Sheppard .... video assist
Nathan Tape .... lighting technician
Jeff Taylor .... second assistant additional camera
Joe Waistell .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Earl Woods .... electrician
Animation Department
Javed Ansari .... animator
Surpur E.G. .... animator
Kunal Ingole .... shot finaling
Han-ter Park .... animator
Rupert Sequeira .... animator
Casting Department
Elizabeth Coulon .... casting: Louisiana
Matthew Lessall .... casting: Los Angeles
Matthew Paul Spriggs .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alison Parker .... costume supervisor
Reba Saul .... set costumer
Ivy Thaide .... key costumer: second unit
Lesley D. Wickham .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Gabriel Bloomberg .... on-line editor
Andrew Greenbury .... post-production assistant
Ian McCrudden .... additional editor
Mark Tuminello .... first assistant editor
Robert Zalkind .... apprentice editor
Location Management
Les Arceneaux .... assistant location manager
Robert M. Donaldson .... assistant locations manager
David Ross McCarty .... location manager
Music Department
Michael K. Bauer .... music editor
Christopher Carmichael .... composer: additional music
Simone de Leuw .... score production manager
Robyn Klein .... executive in charge of music
Andrew Raiher .... composer: additional music
Daniel Rojas .... score production assistant
John Clement Wood .... composer: stock music (as John Wood)
Mark Yaeger .... score technical advisor (as Mark Anthony Yaeger)
Transportation Department
Jeffrey Gowing .... transportation
Russell Hicks .... driver: production van
Travis Hux .... transportation
Dwayne Lain .... driver
A. Welch Lambeth .... transportation coordinator
Phuong Pham .... driver
Buddy Pine .... driver: honeywagon
Charlie Wright .... transportation captain
Christy Zeller .... transportation dispatcher
Other crew
Heather Babineaux .... key craft service
Dewayne Bateman .... stand-in
Jeff Begun .... production consultant
Morey Butler .... armorer
Gregory Cassin .... production assistant
Clay Chamberlin .... stand in/photo double: Brandon Routh
Mike Dougherty .... assistant to Ashok Amritraj
Danielle Fischer .... accounting clerk (as Danielle Trejo)
Teri Fischer .... first production accountant
Matthew Ford .... set medic
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond representative
Topher Jones .... stand-in
Trevor Kress .... assistant to mr. rosenberg
Amy Law .... set medic
Ryan Andrej Lough .... assistant: Gilbert Adler (as Ryan Lough)
Kathleen Lynch .... key craft service
Richard Marincic .... production executive
Renee Marsella .... base camp production assistant
Mignonne L. McKern .... script supervisor
Karen S. Neasi .... product placement
Kathy Chambless Oliver .... production coordinator (as Kathy Chambless)
Slaid Parker .... production assistant
Zachary A. Pennington .... title designer: main titles
Annie Poirier .... assistant production coordinator
Pamela Berk Rosenberg .... special assistant to producer
Ashlynn Ross .... photo double: Anita Briem
Ashlynn Ross .... stand-in
Derek A. Schwebel .... craft service assistant
Aaron J. Stone .... additional production assistant
Garrett Strommen .... dialect coach: Italian
Rick S. Sulier .... post production accountant
Rick S. Sulier .... production accountant
Lauren Von Huene .... production secretary
Alexander B. Williams .... assistant craft service
Pamela Berk Rosenberg .... special thanks
Andrew Sandler .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for sequences of creature violence and action, language including some sexual references, and some drug material
USA:107 min
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In a photograph in Dylan's flat, we can see him and his assistant masked as Groucho Marx. In another scene, we can see that Dylan keeps his weapons stashed in a safe behind a Duck Soup (1933) poster (a Marx brothers movie). Both are references to the Dylan Dog comics on which this movie is loosely based on. Although in the comics, Dylan's assistant, sidekick and comical relief is not the zombie from the movie, but a stage actor who looks exactly like Groucho Marx, calls himself Groucho, and always dresses and behaves like the legendary comedian (it's implied this is due to the character's slight insanity).See more »
Factual errors: When Dylan takes the handgun from the disgruntled husband early in the film, he is shown making the weapon safe. However, by racking the slide BEFORE ejecting the magazine, this would eject a cartridge but immediately replace it with another. So unless the businessman came with only one bullet, the gun would still have a bullet left in the chamber.See more »
Marcus:Oh, my God! What's wrong with my arm? Dylan, what's wrong with my arm? What happened?
Dylan Dog:Relax. It's a loaner.
Marcus:A loaner?
Dylan Dog:Yes. They were out of Caucasian in your size.
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9 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Forgettable Adaptation of Italian Graphic Novel Series, 12 September 2011
Author: brando647 from Spring Hill, FL

The most aggravating movies, in my opinion, are the ones where the premise sounds like something that could make for a really awesome movie but the actual product falls completely flat. Dylan DOG is not a horrible movie, it's just another movie that might entertain a bit while you watch it...might elicit a chuckle at times...but overall is completely forgettable. It's based off an Italian graphic novel that I'd honestly never heard of, but might be interested in checking out to see if it's better than the movie. Dylan Dog is a private investigator in New Orleans who finds himself confronted by a part of his past that he thought he'd left behind. Before Dog began catering to the city's sleazy human population, he was an investigator for the paranormal citizens of the city: vampires, werewolves, and zombies all living quietly alongside us. When a werewolf appears to have murdered a human, Dog is drawn back in to his old life to investigate and uncovers a plot to unleash an ancient evil that could wreak havoc on the supernatural underworld before ultimately spilling over onto humanity.

I've seen this movie twice now and I can barely remember anything about it. That's not a good sign. I really thought this movie had the potential to be cool, but it feels more like a SyFy original movie. The story wanders and never builds tension. It just sort of meanders from one plot point to another, lazily following the trail of clues until the final confrontation. And the special I realize this film was a lower budget than usual (compared to your average Hollywood effects-heavy film) at $20 million, but come on. I've seen some pretty amazing films created out of budgets this size. DISTRICT 9 was only $30 million and that movie blew my mind with awesomeness. Dylan DOG's got a decent independent budget and the creature effects in this film feel twenty years old! For example, the "tattooed zombie", a major element of the film that couldn't be bothered with an actual identifying name, looks ridiculous. It's mouth barely moves and it's only means of intimidation is waving it's arms around like a weekly villain from the old "Power Rangers" TV show. I love practical special effects and I prefer some real well done practical creature effects over CGI anytime. But if you can't make a creature look like anything more than a bodybuilder in a bad Halloween mask, perhaps you should consider another option.

Dylan DOG is director Kevin Munroe's second film and, seeing as how his first film was the animated TMNT, I really don't know what I should've expected. TMNT was decent, but I suppose it's not hard to look better when the preceding film in the Ninja Turtle series had men in rubber turtle costumes riding horses. I have to wonder if the effects in this film were so poor, where did the budget go? It couldn't have been the cast. The movie is filled with "Hey, I know that guy from somewhere" level actors. Brandon Routh feels as if he should be A-list by now, but his project selections aren't letting him get far. He showed us he could do comedy with some great jobs in ZACK AND MIRI and SCOTT PILGRIM, but he feels flat here. A couple of one-liners, but mostly emotionless. Sam Huntington is the best part of the film as Dog's newly zombified sidekick Marcus. He gets the best parts of the film and I think the filmmakers realized this because he gets more screen-time than his character probably should. Peter Stormare, the actor with the most clout in the film, is wasted as the head of a werewolf clan and Taye Diggs doesn't feel like he's taking this thing seriously.

If I'd known ahead of time the film had given a part to pro wrestler Kurt Angle, at least I would've known what I was walking into. No offense, wrestling fans, but wrestlers suck as actors 99% of the time and Angle is no exception here (made more laugh-worthy when they strap on the lamest werewolf makeup in the last few decades). Dylan DOG feels like a movie where no one was really trying. I'm sure it was just a paycheck to some of those involved, but this has got to annoy fans of the actual graphic novel who might've been excited to see their beloved property brought to film. Dylan DOG is yet another comic property where we just need to hope that, somewhere down the line, a studio decides to reboot the series and...I don't know...try to make an entertaining film.

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