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Outrage: Born in Terror -- Christine takes her best friend with another couple for a final vacation to family's hunting lodge but it's also the scene of her worst childhood trauma.
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Outrage: Born in Terror -- a woman inherits money from her deceased father and an ex military sniper tries to take it away from her.


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  (in credits order)

Michael Madsen ... Farragut

Natasha Lyonne ... Molly

Ace Cruz ... Trey
Paulyd ... Billy

Derek Lee Nixon ... Jack

Katie Fountain ... Christine
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryan Kelly Berkowitz ... Sissy

Michael Berryman ... Obeah

Jordan Brower ... Duke
John Dillon ... Loomis

Philip Hersh ... (voice)
Mandy Marcet ... Christine (voice)
Jimmy Marriot ... Jimmy

Billy Redden ... Banjo Man
Katie Ann Smith ... Young Christine
Chris Soth ... Soth

Vinnie Varon ... Boyfriend
Kerry Wallum ... Dexter
Colleen Williams ... Airport Girl
Amylee Woodall ... Amy

Directed by
Ace Cruz 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ace Cruz  story
Chris Soth 

Produced by
John Althoff .... producer
Ace Cruz .... producer
Paul D'Agnese .... executive producer
Craig Hines .... associate producer
Tiaunte Kelly .... associate producer
Ken Lesco .... associate producer
Derek Lee Nixon .... associate producer
Craig Rhee .... associate producer
Original Music by
Chris Julian 
Taylor M. Uhler 
Cinematography by
Mitchell D. Lipsiner 
Michael Mansouri 
David Starks 
Christopher Walling (co-director of photography)
Film Editing by
Ace Cruz 
Casting by
Tiaunte Kelly 
Catherine Morse 
Ben Raxlin 
Patricia Rose 
Set Decoration by
Crystal Westmoreland 
Makeup Department
Briana Lindsey .... key makeup artist
Gretchen Mathis .... makeup artist
Jenny Park .... hair stylist
Renee Smith .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Jonathan Infante .... unit production manager
Christopher L. Miller .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tanecia Britt .... second assistant director
Ken Lesco .... second unit director
Samuel Scott McDougald .... assistant director (as Samuel Scott)
Jennifer S. Milliman .... first assistant director
Art Department
John Althoff .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Karina Becker .... foley artist
Brian Carter .... foley artist
Chris Julian Irwin .... foley mixer
Chris Julian .... additional composer
Chris Julian .... post sound supervisor
Chris Julian .... re-recording mixer
Daniel Kier .... sound effects editor
Ted Phillips .... sound mixer
Craig Rhee .... boom operator
Special Effects by
John Althoff .... special effects
Jeffrey S. Farley .... additional special effects: Obscure Artifacts
Visual Effects by
John Althoff .... visual effects coordinator
S. Kai Bovaird .... visual effects
Andrew Lewitin .... visual effects
Jeff Sims .... visual effects supervisor
Michael Joseph Warren .... visual effects artist
R.J. Frost .... stunt safety
James Jarrett .... stunt rigger
Ken Lesco .... stunt coordinator
Juliana Phelps .... stunt safety
Vinnie Varon .... stunt double
Vinnie Varon .... stunts
Kerry Wallum .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Rob Acox .... key grip
Bill Dixon .... best boy grip
Jason Hawkins .... aerial photographer
Jason Hawkins .... first assistant camera
James Jarrett .... grip: credited as James "Grave Digger" Jarrett
Ben Kobbs .... first assistant camera: re-shoots
Mike Laird .... grip
Jonathon Mehlberg .... still photographer
Jason Parker .... gaffer
Michael Joseph Phillips .... best boy electric
Adam Sumner .... best boy grip
Emily Topper .... gaffer
Brooks Toran .... key grip
Derek Van Oss .... still photographer
Derek J. Vass .... best boy electric
Brian Ware .... grip
Kody Wynne .... second assistant camera
Brenda Zuniga .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Tiaunte Kelly .... executive in charge of casting
Ben Raxlin .... casting
Gary Ryerson .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sally Esposito .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Randy Little .... colorist
Scott Mazarky .... assistant editor
Misti Stanton .... assistant editor
Dennis Virkler .... consulting editor
Transportation Department
John Althoff .... transportation captain
Other crew
Cara Brown .... production coordinator
Corey Ellis .... production assistant
Army Feth .... production assistant
Christa Flood .... production assistant
Cherry Ho .... production coordinator
Patil Kojikian .... production assistant
Michael Landau .... production assistant
Francis McDonald .... production assistant
Mahasin Muhammad .... production assistant
Kip Ramey .... production assistant
Michael Santini .... production assistant
Erin Smith .... production assistant
Renee Smith .... body double
Todd Spangler .... assistant: Mr. Madsen
Misti Stanton .... production assistant
Crystal Westmoreland .... production assistant
Drew Williams .... production assistant
Wes Williams .... location manager
John Althoff .... very special thanks

Production CompaniesDistributorsOther Companies
  • Imagine Post  post-production, re-recording mixer, post-production sound supervisor, additional composer
  • InkTip  screenplay facilitation

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Outrage" - USA (original title)
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USA:89 min
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1 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Ace Cruz and the American Dream, 6 November 2009
Author: gavin6942 from United States

(Note: This review is based off of a screener from November 2009. The released film may be different.) Christine (Katie Fountain), an aptly named Christian woman who has inherited a considerable amount of wealth, is on vacation for the weekend with her friends. What could have been a fun and romantic weekend turns to chaos when a deranged military man (Michael Madsen) and his redneck goons decide to take the group hostage, with no qualms about executing a few or all of them in the process.

Writer-director-actor Ace Cruz says that he is living the American Dream. I find that a reasonable expression of his success. While his films may not have wide acclaim yet, Cruz is still a rising star and with a little fine tuning here or there he might break into the major leagues. Keep your eye on him.

I have to call to potential viewers' attention the defects of this film. The special effects are particularly poor: a bad lightning effect, cheesy hillbilly teeth, and a horrible gunshot animation are notable examples. Also, the audio is not well-recorded, at times echoing and at others seemingly dubbed too strongly. These shortcomings can be blamed on the budget most likely, but finicky viewers will be bothered by them and it's important to be aware of this.

Those criticisms aside, this film has its strong points. The general plot is interesting and the action is high. The girls, particularly the one who plays Molly ("American Pie" veteran Natasha Lyonne), are hot (sorry to be sexist, but this helps a film). What I found to be the most brilliant idea of the film was a scene where the goons were attempting to find the cell phones in the house by calling from other cell phones. I have remarked in the past about how cell phones have become (understandably) ubiquitous in horror films, but this was the most creative way I've seen of removing them from the equation.

And, of course, the film's biggest draw: Michael Madsen. He may not have the star power he once had, but like Tom Sizemore he will still bring in a certain cult audience. With good reason: Madsen's sadistically evil, yet carefully measured performances rarely if ever fail. This is no exception -- every scene he has, he steals. And that is not a complaint; I could watch this man for hours on end. (Do I even have to mention how awesome Michael Berryman is?) I think this film is worth watching if you're into thrillers and hostage films, and especially if you're an aspiring filmmaker. Certainly, you could pick a more polished film to watch, but I think Cruz is an interesting director because he is growing, and watching his growth really reveals something about the craft of directing. And, frankly, as a critic I must confess that if I directed I wish if I could make something of this caliber.

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