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EP: The Emerging Past (2011)

Video  -  Horror | Mystery | Thriller  -  3 March 2015 (USA)
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When you can't see the future, and the present seems to fade. You need to live for the past.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Gerard Affissio ...
Cult Member
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Det. D'amato
Barry Brown ...
Cult Member
Rob Brown ...
Club Patron
Al Burgo ...
Det. Al Nunzio
Vaughn Butler ...
Club Bouncer
John Butts-Aubrey ...
Bunny-Man
Jake Capuana ...
Boy Selling Candy
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Father Zacurary Garrett
Becky Carolan ...
Miriam
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Evil One
Steve Dash ...
Det. Voorhees
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Chained Stripper
Cherilyn Fontaine ...
Ms. Bartender
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When you can't see the future, and the present seems to fade. You need to live for the past.

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Church Hill Productions announced a spin-off character will have his own film, "The Strange1". See more »

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Best Horror Film, Great Soundtrack
9 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film has many strange twists with a really unpredictable ending that ties all of the weirdness together. The camera work was great. Unlike so many recent action films where the shots flash faster than an MTV video, You don't have to struggle to understand what is happening. The violence, while graphic, is necessary to the plot and not gratuitous. If you buy the DVD be sure to get the soundtrack. Gerard McMahon (G Tom Mac) performed much of the soundtrack and co-produced on this film. If his name is not familiar, you have been hearing his work for decades in soundtracks of dozens of major films and TV series. He has also written and performed with many stars of the music industry. I knew Gerard as a kid, and even at 13 years old I could tell that he had an amazing natural talent.


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