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Writer (WGA):
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She was running from her life. Now she's running for it.
Amber dreams of escaping her small town existence and persuades her friends to accompany her to find an apartment in the big city... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Ruta Gedmintas ... Susie

Josh Bowman ... Peter (as Joshua Bowman)

Perdita Weeks ... Fiona

Jamie Blackley ... Ray

Courtney Hope ... Amber

Saxon Trainor ... Veronica

Bruce Payne ... Bernard
Oliver Hawes ... Eric
Atanas Srebrev ... Max
Michael Johnson ... Keith
Laurel Lefkow ... Amber's Mom
George Oliver ... Runt
George Zlatarev ... Junkie (as Georgi Zlatarev)
Anton Trendafilov ... Dirty Man
Alexander Spasova ... Tranny Junkie
Radoslav Ignatov ... Creature 1
Dimiter Doichinov ... Creature 2 (as Dimitar Doichinov)
Elitsa Razheva ... Creature 3

Velizar Peev ... Creature 4

Directed by
Patrik Syversen 
Writing credits
Tim Tori (written by)

Produced by
Zachery Ty Bryan .... producer (as Zachery Bryan)
Christopher D'Elia .... producer
Michael Klein .... producer
Christopher Milburn .... producer (as Chris Milburn)
Lucy Mukerjee-Brown .... producer (as Lucy Mukerjee)
Bobby Ranghelov .... producer (as Borislav Ranghelov)
Courtney Solomon .... executive producer
James Portolese .... associate producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Theo Green 
Cinematography by
Håvard Andre Byrkjeland (director of photography) (as Håvard André Byrkjeland)
Film Editing by
Celia Haining 
Casting by
Sue Jones 
Sally Lear 
Mark Teschner 
Production Design by
Valentina Mladenova 
Art Direction by
Valentina Mladenova  (as Valya Mladenova)
Set Decoration by
Krassimir Pashkulev  (as Krasimir Pashkulev)
Costume Design by
Sonya Despotova 
Makeup Department
Daniela Avramova .... makeup artist
Ivon Guguchkova .... key hair stylist
Ivon Guguchkova .... key makeup artist
Sofi Hvarleva .... hair stylist
Sofi Hvarleva .... makeup artist
Yana Stoyanova .... prosthetic manufacture
Jim Udenberg .... creature & makeup effects designer
Elena Zhekova .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Andrew Dearnley .... post-production supervisor
Valentin Dimitrov .... production manager
Plamen Milanov .... unit manager
Liz Pearson .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Petya Evtimova .... first assistant director
Nikola Hristov .... third assistant director
Galina Kyuchukova .... second assistant director
Art Department
Krasimir Balchov .... assistant carpenter
Vladislav Balchov .... assistant carpenter
Borislav Bogdanov .... set dresser
Lidiya Burukova .... graphic designer (as Lidia Burukova)
Victor Deyov .... assistant carpenter (as Viktor Deyov)
Dian Dimitrov .... carpenter (as Dean Dimitrov)
Lachezar Dobrev .... carpenter
Maria Doicheva .... props painter (as Maria Doycheva)
Martin Genchev .... props on set
Ivalo Georgiev Ivanov .... assistant set dresser (as Ivaylo Georgiev)
Orlin Grozdanov .... property master
Valentin Hadzhiev .... carpenter (as Valentin Hadziev)
Veselin Ilov .... assistant carpenter
Ivo Ivanov .... carpenter
Rumen Kapitanski .... assistant set dresser
Stefan Lalev .... action vehicles
Rosen Marinkov .... props on set
Veselin Milanov .... carpenter
Yossif Mladenov .... draftsman (as Yosif Mladenov)
Pavlin Pavlov .... carpenter
Tsvetomil Peshev .... assistant action vehicles
Ivan Ranghelov .... property master assistant (as Ivan Rangelov)
Emil Shmidt .... buyer
Stoyan Tsakov .... set dresser
Krasimir Tsvetanov .... assistant set dresser
Antonia Vladimirova .... art department coordinator (as Antonia Ara Vladimirova)
Valeri Yankov .... leadman
Evgeni Yordanov .... construction manager (as Evgeny Yordanov)
Sound Department
Claire Ellis .... dialogue editor
Simon Gershon .... sound designer
Miodrag Jakovljevic .... foley artist
Gareth Rhys Jones .... foley artist
Scott Jones .... adr recordist
Scott Jones .... sound re-recording mixer
Kiril Kaloyanov .... boom operator
Vladimir Kaloyanov .... sound mixer
Serkan Koseoglu .... foley recordist
Srdjan Kurpjel .... sound designer
Billy Mahoney .... dialogue editor
Stefano Marchetti .... adr recordist
Stefano Marchetti .... assistant re-recording mixer
Sacha Walker .... dialogue editor
Nikola Kokotovic .... foley editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Orlin Budinov .... special effects stand-by: on-set
Pavel Dimitrov .... special effects buyer
Ivo Jivkov .... special effects supervisor
Georgi Karadjov .... special effects stand-by: on-set (as George Karadjov)
Zarko Karatanchev .... pyroeffects supervisor
Ivo Maximov .... pyroeffects assistant
Tzvetan Vasilev .... special effects stand-by: on-set (as Tsvetan Vasilev)
Velislav Velev .... pyroeffects assistant
Jovko Dogandjiski .... pyrotechnician (uncredited)
Nikolay Fartunkov .... pyrotechnician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Sudhir Reddy .... visual effects production head
Sandeep Sharma .... visual effects production coordinator
Suchita Suryamurty .... visual effects production manager
Harihara Suthan .... visual effects supervisor
Viral Thakkar .... cg head
Shanaullah Umerji .... executive visual effects producer
Asen Asenov .... stunts
Georgi Dimitrov .... stunts (as George Dimitrov)
Ivailo Dimitrov .... stunts
Dian Hristov .... stunt coordinator (as Deyan Hristov)
Danko Jordanov .... stunts (as Danko Yordanov)
George Karlukovski .... stunts
Kalin Kerin .... stunts
Georgi Manchev .... stunts (as George Manchev)
Stilyan Mavrov .... stunts
Trayan Milenov-Troy .... stunts (as Trayan Milenov)
Radoslav Parvanov .... stunts
Radka Petkova .... stunts
Rumen Petrov .... stunts
Georgi Stanislavov .... stunts (as George Stanislavov)
Vencislav Stojanov .... stunts (as Ventsislav Stoyanov)
Teodor Tsolov .... stunts (as Todor Tsolov)
Genadiy Ganchev .... stunts (uncredited)
Radoslav Ignatov .... stunt actor (uncredited)
Kaloian Vodenicharov .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Hristo Aleksandrov .... focus puller: "a" camera
Ivan Aleksandrov .... key grip (as Ivan Alexandrov)
Ivo Anev .... additional grip
Petar Anev .... additional grip
Mario Asparughov .... additional electrician (as Mario Asparuhov)
Mitko Bonev .... focus puller: "b" camera (as Dimitar Bonev)
Darin Borisov .... electrician: second unit
Liudmil Donchev .... second assistant camera: second unit (as Lyudmil Donchev)
Hristo Elandjiev .... electrician
Vladislav Galabov .... additional electrician
Georgi Georgiev .... additional grip
Rumen Idakiev .... best boy electric: second unit
Krasi Iliev .... additional electrician (as Krasimir Iliev)
Nikolai Kerezov .... camera operator: "b" camera
Ivailo Kostov .... electrician (as Ivalio Kostov)
Lazar Lazarov .... first assistant camera: second unit
George Mihailov .... best boy electric
Nikolai Mihailov .... electrician (as Nikolay Mihailov)
Eduard Muskalenko .... additional grip
Poly Nenova .... camera trainee
Manol Nikolov .... best boy grip
Yihar Nikolov .... rigging grip
Todor Panovski .... camera assistant
Radoslav Petkov .... video assistant
Aleksander Petrov .... additional grip
Simeon Petrov .... key grip: second unit
Itzik Revach .... camera assistant
Jacky Revah .... electronic press kit
Aleksander Soklev .... additional electrician
Plamen Soklev .... electrician
Nikifor Sopov .... gaffer: second unit (as Nikifor Shopov)
Nikolai Stoyanov .... camera assistant
Emil Topuzov .... director of photography: second unit
Fyodor Tzanovski .... additional electrician (as Feodor Tsanovski)
Tzvetomir Tzvetkov .... additional grip (as Tsvetomir Tsvetkov)
Simon Varsano .... still photographer
Ivan Vatzov .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Ivan Vatsov)
Mihail Velichkov .... additional electrician
Mihail Yanakiev .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Iliya Yonev .... rigging grip
Yavor Zahariev .... gaffer
Valentin Zangarski .... electrician: second unit
Nikolai Kerezov .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Katerina Goranova .... assistant casting director: Bulgaria
Ivan Kolev .... extras casting (as Ivan Kolev-Zlatnia)
Marianne Stanicheva .... casting director: Bulgaria (as Mariana Stanisheva)
Marisa Rodriguez .... casting assistant: u.s. (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Yoanna Kraeva .... set costumer (as Yoanna Kroeva)
Dora Somova .... set costumer
Hristina Stoycheva-Mikovska .... costume supervisor (as Hristina Mikovska)
Irena Tsokova .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Nick Anderson .... on-line editor
Andrew Daniel .... colorist
Matt James .... digital film supervisor
Steve Knight .... digital intermediate technician
Katy Piggott .... digital intermediate technician
Andy Richards .... supervising conform editor
Marina Theodotou .... assistant editor
Laurence Thripp .... on-line editor
Gemma Townsend .... digital intermediate technician
Scott Douglas .... editor: behind the scenes (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Emil Alexiev .... truck driver: production assistants (as Emil Aleksiev)
Asparuh Avramov .... crew driver
Asparuh Avramov .... driver: Mr. Diamant
Hristo Bonev .... wardrobe truck driver
Boyan Borisov .... driver: makeup truck
Valeri Dimitrov .... crew driver
Stefan Dinev .... grip truck driver
Nikolai Dulev .... generator driver (as Nikolay Dulev)
Ivaylo Georgiev .... art department driver (as Ivalio Georgiev)
Ventsislav Ignatov .... electric truck driver
Ivelin Ivanov .... trailer mechanic
Kristian Konichev .... driver: costumes van
Robert Kostov .... crew driver
Nedko Mavrikov .... crew driver
Rozalin Mihailov .... crew driver
Lyudmil Nikolov .... camera truck driver
Stoyan Nikolov .... caravan driver
Plamen Petrov .... driver: special effects truck
Abie Satar .... driver: UK
Emil Serkedjiev .... driver: honeywagon
Vladimir St. Vasilev .... crew driver (as Vladimir Vasiliev)
Nikolai Tomov .... transportation captain (as Nikolay Tomov)
Angel Vladimirov .... crew driver
Radosvet Yordanov .... driver: set dressing truck
Other crew
Stefan Alamanov .... additional set production assistant
Tsveta Arnaudova .... caterer
Anna Bankova .... payroll accountant: BG crew
Stephanie Caleb .... evp: creative affairs & acquisitions: After Dark Films
Betsy Davis .... chief financial officer: After Dark Films
Vladimir Dimitrov .... production office runner (as Vlado Dimitrov)
Vladimir Dimitrov .... set production assistant
Sam Dowling .... production assistant
Sara Finder .... director: Horrorfest
Mark Foligno .... co-executive producer: Molinare
Elka Gecheva .... cleaning lady: on set
Milena Georgieva .... cashier
Adam Haggerty .... electronic press kit
Valentin Hristov .... set production assistant
Lauren Ito .... creative executive
Borislava Ivanova .... craft service
Laura Ivey .... chief operating officer: After Dark Films
Ali Jazayeri .... SVP finance
Nicholas Jones .... electronic press kit
Nikolay Kosharevski .... set production assistant
Krastio I. Krastev .... set production assistant (as Krastyo Krastev)
Terhi Kylliainen .... assistant to producer
Dana Lambert .... vice president of acquisitions: After Dark Films
Arleen Lopez .... office manager
Plamen Milanov .... set coordinator
Steve Milne .... co-executive producer: Molinare
Richard Moxon .... production counsel: UK, Davenport Lyons
Petia Petrova .... assistant production coordinator
Jenna Piccolo .... production counsel (as Jenna Sanz-Agero)
Violeta Piperevska .... production coordinator
Mariana Popova .... script supervisor
Christine Prost .... director of accounting
Adrian Rolea .... electronic press kit
Petar Shterev .... additional set production assistant
Deepak Sikka .... co-executive producer: Molinare
Angie Slagg .... vice president: print production, After Dark Films
Katerina Slantcheva .... assistant to director (as Katerina Slancheva)
Silvia Staneva .... on set medic (as Dr. Silvia Staneva)
Damyan Valchev .... additional set production assistant
Mariana Vasileva .... cleaning lady: offices
Vladimir Vladimirov .... location manager
Atanas Vulev .... location manager
Nasko Vulev .... location manager
Emily Weiss .... evp: marketing, media & promotions: After Dark Films
Emil Yotov .... ambulance
Ventsislava Yoveva .... production accountant (as Vencislava Yoveva)
Shelley Marie Brown .... promotions (uncredited)
Ivan Sashov .... stand-in (uncredited)
Stefania Velichkova .... script supervisor: second unit (uncredited)
Victoria Boydell .... special thanks

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Look it's a bird, it's a plane...I don't know what that is, 2 August 2011
Author: TheHrunting from United States

This starts out like a coming-of-age drama with a young woman named Amber who's sick of small town life in Famfield despite her close friends, mother and part time job. There are some unexplained snippets with ominous visions that include people chasing her and decomposing bodies. Is something calling her, or is it just the stress and mounting pressure of cabin fever? She wants to move away and get her own apartment in Chicago but first she has to get there with a deposit before another prospective tenant. Her five friends tag along for the road trip, until right outside of the city limits their car breaks down. As chance would have it, a friendly semi-truck driver pulls over and they beg him to take them to the windy city, but not before telling him they want to snap his picture, that one should ride up front and, of course, their family should know who they're with for safety's sake. Can never be too careful, or can you? They hang loose in the back cargo area by playing games, drinking and smoking drugs. Suddenly they take a nasty swerve and get thrown about. They call the driver and he gives them the run around to stop, which makes them suspicious enough to call 911, though where they just entered the signal doesn't go through. The driver backs in to a loading area of an abandoned warehouse that looks like it used to be a slaughterhouse. After the back door opens, everything turns into chaos when they step out into the factory with no visible way out and strange creatures who fly through the air, crawl on the walls and want to consume their flesh sooner than they can rip it off. From then on out it ends up being something like "The Most Dangerous Game" as these victims are treated like not only lunch but challenging sport. "Prowl" is a director's film first and foremost. It has a steady pacing that keeps up a certain element of mystery without laying out a full view of its blueprints, as well as it manages to escalate the story to different levels while still slowing down in a few areas to catch its breath and explain. The dialogue also dances around and doesn't lay it all out for the audience, which gives it some challenge and curious questions even after the credits roll. It manages to cover up its plot holes--sometimes after the fact, which makes you wonder about a few in the meantime--such as certain physicalities. It gradually unveils the blood-craving beasts from quick shots to extended, which keeps a viewer guessing as to what they are and what it all means while--thank the horror Gods!--doesn't fold in on itself and make what they have going too cheesy. This is more intriguing and mysterious like a thriller than it is continually scary like a horror, though there are still a few jumping shocks used to rile one's pulse, even if not terrifying. What at first seems like it's only prolonging the inevitable, comes full circle and turns into a tale of finding out what Amber's life means before she even gets to her promised land. The blood is more watery than the truly crimson looking stuff and there are frantic camera shots that go a little overboard. Though this was a quick, basic and entertaining piece that could have been a run-of-the-mill movie with different direction, less measurement and passion put into, not to mention it's a simple story that only has a few conventions tweaked around and isn't the most original out there, but the way it carried itself was turned into an effective experience that urges forward. One where it's a little more unexpected than other don't-take-rides-from-strangers fare.

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