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Devolved -- A racy teen satire that follows a group of high schoolers on an ill-fated whale watching trip who find themselves stranded on a deserted island off the Mexican Coast.
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Blu-ray Review: Devolved
 (From Screen Anarchy. 13 April 2011, 6:16 PM, PDT)

A Week Of Discoveries on DVD* (Not Requiring a Gun to Find Them)
 (From IFC. 22 March 2011, 10:29 AM, PDT)

Trailer Debut - After Dark Originals: Seconds Apart
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An amateur film that doesn't know what it is See more (4 total) »


  (in credits order)
Gary Entin ... Flynn

Lindsey Shaw ... Peggy

Robert Adamson ... The Rog

Chris Kattan ... Coach Papillion
Blake Baskin ... Trey

Christina Corigliano ... Tiffany

Justin Deeley ... Pete
Josslyn DeCrosta ... Erica

Shannon Freyer ... Becky
Ben Graupner ... Shane

Kevin M. Horton ... Chet

Roman Marshanski ... Ivan

Jan Milligan ... Jan
Megan Moser ... Jess
Benjamin Scott Perry ... Derek (as Ben Perry)
Nathan Potter ... Robert

Jake Regal ... Woody

Fernando Rivera ... Maurice

Tara Shayne ... Devon

Alana O'Mara ... Young Becky
Will Tendler ... Young Chet
Travis Martin ... Young Roger

Bettina Tendler O'Mara ... Peggy's Mom
Kazumi Nakamura ... Asian Wife
Andrew Pinon ... Mexican Policeman #1
Gary Peskin ... Mexican Policeman #2

Steve Mokate ... The Rog's Dad
Loren Fiedler ... Chet's Dad

Leann Slaby ... Chet's Stepmom Beverly

Moira Squier ... Reporter

Peggy Sue Honeyman-Scott ... Ivan's Mom

Barbara Jean Barrielle ... Trey's Mom

Shaula Chambliss ... Rog's Mom
Cate Crismani ... Shane's Mom

Morissa O'Mara ... Teen Mom at Prom
Flynn Cregan ... Baby at Prom
Jeni Cregan ... Science Fair Teacher
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Cameron Adams ... Wild Hotel Pool Girl

Victoria De Mare ... Girl in Hot Tub

Joshua Clay Hooks ... Marine in hotel pool (as Joshua Hooks)

Brett Howell ... Phil
John C. Reyes ... Music video drummer
Adrian Selby ... Hotel Pool Waiter
Breanna Skagen ... Girl in Hot Tub
Matt Thomas ... Hotel Pool Partier
Laurent Turlure ... Party guest
Rebekah Voss ... Wild Hotel Pool Girl

Directed by
John Cregan 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Cregan  written by

Produced by
Joshua Gershon .... co-producer
Kelli Kaye .... co-producer
Kelli Kaye .... line producer
Bettina Tendler O'Mara .... producer
Jim Valdez .... producer
Cinematography by
Eric Zimmerman 
Film Editing by
John Cregan 
Casting by
Jeremy Gordon 
Production Design by
Carey Rothman 
Art Direction by
Alex Cassun 
Costume Design by
Lynze Radzyminski 
Makeup Department
Nicole Alkire .... key makeup artist
Annette Chaisson .... makeup artist
Gretchen Hass .... makeup artist
Allie Newman .... makeup artist (as Allie Goodnoe)
Daniela Richardson .... makeup department head
Production Management
Adva Avichzer .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicolas Harvard .... first assistant director (as Nicolas Duchemin Harvard)
Bradley Hvolbeck Jr. .... first assistant director (as Brad Hvolbeck)
Lorena Leon .... second second assistant director
Keren Siman Or .... second assistant director
Art Department
Rebecca Amaya .... production design assistant
Sarah Ali Bellezza .... set dresser (as Sarah Ali)
Annie Brandt .... set constructor
Alex Cassun .... prop designer
Robyn Daniels .... graphic artist
Ruth Grayson .... props
Scott Jacobowitz .... art department coordinator
Scott Jacobowitz .... property master
Liz Rowley .... set dresser
Samantha Santana .... props
Sound Department
Robert Dehn .... sound studio manager
Brent Findley .... sound editor
Jason Gaya .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Corey J. Grasso .... adr mixer
Angela Hemingway .... adr dialogue editor
Mike Hostettler .... boom operator
Erick Jolley .... post sound advisor
Richard Kitting .... sound re-recording mixer
Kris Manning .... cable utility/boom operator
Kris Manning .... sound utility
Zach Michaelis .... foley artist
Ted Phillips .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Albovias .... grip
Jessica Brower .... first assistant camera
April Castaneda .... additional first assistant camera
Lance Hashida .... red camera technician
Dilip Isaac .... best boy grip
Taavi Lehtimaki .... electrician
David McQueen .... second assistant camera
Tanya Reihill .... still photographer & epk
John C. Reyes .... first assistant camera
Hunter Sandison .... camera operator
Felipe Solares .... gaffer
Max Spangler .... grip
Bret Suding .... additional Red camera technician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kelli M. Cole .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Monty Bass .... on-line editor
Transportation Department
Louis Dargenzio .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Karina Becker .... production assistant
David Buchwald .... production assistant
Molly Kongslie .... production assistant
Kristen Brooke Martin .... additional script supervisor
Sam Reinis .... script supervisor

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An amateur film that doesn't know what it is, 24 March 2015
Author: asherlines from United Kingdom

The problem with this film is the directing, acting and script writing. The film portrays itself as a teen comedy but although there are teens, it is not funny. At best it is the kind of humor that young kids would laugh at. The film also tries to be dramatic in parts but this does not work as it is spoilt by its unserious nature. The script writing is abhorrent because it portrays 'The Raj' as this incredibly annoying, immature character who is followed around mindlessly by the 'cool kids'. The script writing does not even make sense. How on earth do all the teens get their food? Where do they sleep? The characters seem so blank that their actions never are understood. In all there are only 3 characters that are at all interesting in the film. Also, the 'reporter' scenes which are the most amateur and badly done parts of the film have no place. The acting is also terrible. The only OK actor is Lindsey Shaw while the others cannot comprehend what the word 'acting' means. They cannot accurately portray a character in their scenario. About the music, it was so bad that I don't even remember it. No themes or anything. Boring.

All in all, a terrible film with the humor of a child but with teenage themes. No point watching it.

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