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Director:
Writers:
Lawrence Silverstein (screenplay) &
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Release Date:
16 June 2009 (USA) See more »
Genre:
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In the mind of a mad man
Plot:
The Cusp is a serial killer who kills his victims and then brings them back to life; over and over again; until they beg to die... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Coroner’s Report: The Cell 2 on Blu-ray
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[DVD Review] The Cell 2
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Expectations of the first 'The Cell' make this one EVEN WORSE See more (63 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tessie Santiago ... Maya

Chris Bruno ... Harris

Frank Whaley ... Duncan

Bart Johnson ... Skylar

Michael Flynn ... Kassel
Amee Walden ... Penelope

Charles Halford ... Deputy Finch
Paul Kiernan ... Coroner
Whitney Labrum ... Young Woman
Elizabeth Barondes ... Snobby Woman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Alicia Marie Emerson ... Dead Girl 4 (uncredited)

Larry Filion ... Sheriiff Deputy (uncredited)
Ben Naccarato ... Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
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Directed by
Tim Iacofano 
 
Writing credits
Lawrence Silverstein (screenplay) &
Alex Barder (screenplay) and
Erik Klein (screenplay) and
Rob Rinow (screenplay)

Lawrence Silverstein (story) &
Alex Barder (story)

Produced by
Alex Barder .... producer
Michael C. Cuddy .... line producer
Marc Freitas .... associate producer
Kevin Kasha .... executive producer
Lawrence Silverstein .... producer
Nancy Valle .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
John Massari 
 
Cinematography by
Geno Salvatori 
 
Film Editing by
John Coniglio 
 
Casting by
Mandy Sherman 
 
Production Design by
Diane Millett 
 
Set Decoration by
Brian Lives 
 
Costume Design by
Amy Jean Roberts 
 
Makeup Department
Vanessa Cartier .... makeup artist: pickups
Chris Hanson .... special makeup effects supervisor
Gina Homan .... makeup department head
Jenna Kilgrow .... department head hair
 
Production Management
J.M. Logan .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kathy Jarvis .... second unit director
Troy Rohovit .... first assistant director
Heather Toone .... second second assistant director
Tobijah Tyler .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Burke Bowthorpe .... assistant props
Michelle Fairbank .... assistant property master
Jason Haase .... leadman
Ian Roylance .... property master
Kino Scialabba .... concept artist
Kino Scialabba .... matte painter
 
Sound Department
Rich Allison .... adr recordist
Tom Balazs .... foley editor
Tom Balazs .... foley recordist
Nick Beljic .... adr mixer
Wade Chamberlain .... sound re-recording mixer
Adam Johnston .... sound designer
Paul H. Maritsas .... sound mixer
John Massari .... additional sound designer
Serge Perron .... dialogue editor
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Chris Reynolds .... sound supervisor
Stephen Rippey .... boom operator
James Young .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Eric Blevins .... matchmove artist
Gregg Detrich .... CG Animation/VFX Artist (23D Films )
Bruce Holt .... digital effects artist
Rick Iacobo .... compositor: Sandman Studios
Joe Russo .... visual effects supervisor
Kino Scialabba .... senior matte painter
Shian Storm .... lead composite artist
 
Stunts
Kathy Jarvis .... stunt coordinator
Katie Sciuto .... stunts
Brent Steffensen .... stunt double
Chester E. Tripp III .... stunt driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dean Aoki .... first assistant camera
Ted Caloroso .... director of photography: inserts
Clayton Chase .... still photographer
Kelly Klindt .... grip
Simon Miya .... second assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Jeff Johnson .... Utah casting director
Tye Nelson .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kish Carter .... key tailor
Mike Law .... costumer
Natalie Pascual .... key costumer
Joseph Anthony Vasquez .... costumes
 
Editorial Department
Gus Comegys .... on-line editor
Shian Storm .... colorist
 
Music Department
Kim Blackburn Bowen .... music legal services
John Massari .... composer: theme music
John Massari .... midi mixer
John Massari .... music editor
John Massari .... music recorder: score
John Massari .... music recording mixer
John Massari .... music remixer
John Massari .... music supervisor
John Massari .... musician
John Massari .... orchestrator
 
Transportation Department
Britani Alexander .... transportation coordinator
Kelly Klindt .... driver: grip truck
Ryan McDowell .... lead driver
Thad Paget .... driver
 
Other crew
Hayley Badham .... production assistant
Ross Beck .... office production assistant
Erik Bright .... unit publicist
Terry Gaertner .... production coordinator
Nancy Govednik .... first assistant accountant
Charles Heaphy .... production financing
Andrew K. Hodge .... assistant location manager
Andrew Langton .... location manager
Tom Lewis .... production attorney
Kristin Ludwin .... script supervisor
Douglas W. McHenry .... production accountant
Mike Miner .... assistant production office coordinator
Peter Silberstein .... production assistant
Joanne Valdez .... production assistant
Tommy Woodard .... film commission specialist: Utah
 

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Rated R for violence and torture, some language and brief sexuality
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USA:94 min
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Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: During the closing credits, the helicopter from which the aerial shots are filmed is visible in several shots, usually as a shadow on the ground. In a few shots the flicker of the main rotor can be seen at the top of the screen.See more »
Movie Connections:
Features The Cell (2000)See more »

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47 out of 65 people found the following review useful.
Expectations of the first 'The Cell' make this one EVEN WORSE, 5 June 2009
Author: colin-vw from Gorinchem, Netherlands

This movie is awful. If you saw The Cell and were thinking 'Wow AWESOME, gimme more of this', then please don't go see this movie.

In the 'first' movie (I'm starting to think that the relation between the two is nothing more than the name and the first two shots of the second one) the dream scape was immersing, creative and beautiful, sometimes in a creepy way. In The Cell 2, the dream scape is just a cheap effect, a few squiggly lines at the edges of the screen. Story-wise, it lacks any continuity. Instead of having to be suspended in the air, hooked up to some extreme high tech system in weird suites, the main character is half awake while in the back of a plane, holding a personal item of someone involved. Somehow, they took that awesome dreamsurfing equipment and made it some bluetooth dongle stuck to her head. Furthermore, The shots look cheap, as do the sets. The tactics used by the police or swat are not remotely realistic, and quite frankly, make them look like a fart of the antagonist could blow them away. Now all of this would not be ultimate game-breaking stuff, but i just saw The Cell 1 only two hours ago and was hoping for some more psychedelic-dreamy-crime-horror-thriller-sexy-chicks(lopez) movie, but instead, I got ' a shot at the big-time '

Not every director has a huge budget, and there's nothing wrong with that, but somehow this director acquired a ' The Cell ' license and then ran out of money. Now there will never be a The Cell 3. Thx Tim Iacofano.

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