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Beware the beast within! See more »
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A supernatural horror film that explores the dark worlds of mental illness, incest, revenge and death... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Kate O'Rourke ... Susan
Te Kaea Beri ... Tanya

Campbell Cooley ... Master John
Sandy Lowe ... Mistress Ruth
Brendan Gregory ... Neil
Ian Mune ... Dr. Nelson
Maggie Tarver ... Dr Alice Weaver
Chrystal Ash ... Rosie
Matt Easterbrook ... Mark
Omar Al-Sobky ... Crisis Team #1
Andy Sophocleous ... Crisis Team #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christina Cortesi ... Catwoman
Heath Mortlock ... D.J.
Richard S.J. Scholes ... Extra (uncredited)
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Directed by
David Blyth 
 
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David Blyth 

Produced by
Andrew Beattie .... producer
Michael Heath .... associate producer
Vanessa Hurley .... associate producer
Kim Smith .... executive producer
E. Takacs .... executive producer
Andrew Wilson .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jed Town 
 
Cinematography by
Marc Mateo 
 
Film Editing by
Eddie Larsen 
Samantha Sperlich 
 
Makeup Department
Vanessa Hurley .... makeup designer
 
Special Effects by
Andrew Beattie .... special effects
Kevin Chisnall .... pyrotechnician
Perrin Robinson .... pyrotechnician
 
Stunts
Allan Smith .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Adam Baines .... still photographer
Dimi Nakov .... assistant camera
John Renata .... camera operator
 
Other crew
Jen Wood .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Jack Blyth .... special thanks
Dale Stewart .... acknowledgment
Ant Timpson .... special thanks
 

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76 min
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In the train carriage scene, the man whom Susan asks if he's seen her daughter is Derek Ward, the star of David Blyth's early films, Angel Mine (1978) and Circadian Rhythms (1976).See more »
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Master John:Start your lines!See more »

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9 out of 38 people found the following review useful.
Wound the best film of 2010, 5 January 2011
Author: james_depaolo (james_depaolo@hotmail.com) from United States

OMG!!! What did I just watch? And how can I put this experience in words. I will say this, there are some things in this film, that I will not forget for a long while. One involving the two main characters Susan and her daughter Tanya, in masks also involving a guy in a mask and plastic wrap. The most mind messed up manipulating scenes I ever witnessed in any film. And a castration scene, that would not be happy until it made you really think you saw a real one. It was the most realistic you could make it, without it really happening and please David tell me that scene is not real. I am worried. The movie deals with Susan, who may or may not be suffering from mental illness. And it tackles a lot of subjects. Rape, Incest, Revenge, Death, Mind Control and just plain what is going to happen next. Tanya, the daughter was quite possibly the hottest female I have seen this year in any film. There is a scene in the beginning with a counselor and her that you know by the tone and words being exchanged if this truly is a movie for you. Susan, starts the movie normal enough, but within minutes you are thrown right into her world. She is a servant to Master John, and those scenes are so cruel. You feel for her. Or do you. You find out as the movie goes on she is no angel, and her past she is ridden with a lot of guilt from things she has done and decisions she made, and thru the beauty of this film David lets you live them all out with her. This film is no horror film in the terms of a Jigsaw, or Freddy Kruger, its a horror film in the feeling of a they wont do this scene, OK they did it, he wont take it further. Oh man he did. This film is shocking, controversial, sick, depressing, and cruel. I loved it all. I don't know who is worst. David Blyth for creating this film, or for me loving it so much. This is no art film, or a statement movie. This is pure nightmare. Its a manipulative, sad and very challenging movie to make you feel, react and trust me by the end you will either be loving it or hating it. This is the film all those people who think they have seen it all, well here it is. And trust me, this film is just as controversial if not a little more than a Serbian Film.

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