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(2009)

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This film was made on a 25 day schedule, for under $4 million.
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The shots of Iraq Jack James Lafferty climbing the windmill were unscripted.
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Cinematographer Marvin V. Rush worked with director Chris Fisher on Moonlight (2007). Rush's favorite shot of the film is the underwater shot of Samantha Daveigh Chase floating in the party pool.
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The scene of Corey Briana Evigan talking with Officer O'Dell Bret Roberts was the first scene shot.
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The meteorites falling to earth are actually tesseracts, four-dimensional hypercubes.
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During filming, Ed Westwick had one of his eardrums accidentally blown out when an explosion went off too closely to him, and threw his back out while trying to pick up Daveigh Chase.
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Director Chris Fisher tried to purchase the iron Jesus statue. Its price tag was around $4000.
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The author of the book 'Jesusonomy' C. Fisher, is the film's director Chris Fisher. Chris originally wanted to call the book Jesusology, but that name was already taken.
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Daveigh Chase is the only actor to return from the previous film.
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The first movie assigned on the podcast The Film Vault
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Samantha's gown was from designer Elsie Katz couture collection.
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According to the DVD commentary from director Chris Fisher, writer Nathan Atkins wanted to not tell the story from the POV of the receiver but from the POV of the manipulated dead.
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The other library microfiche that Corey goes over are articles of a girl's "manhole cover death", and a boy being crushed by a "flying dumpster".
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The "100 Monkeys" displayed on the theater marquee refers to Jackson Rathbone's band of the same name.
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The meteor crater at the end of the film has a slight bunny resemblance.
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