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Strippers vs Werewolves -- When werewolf chief Jack Ferris is accidentally killed in a strip club the girls who work there have until the next full moon before his bloodthirsty wolfpack seek murderous retribution.


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27 April 2012 (UK) See more »
When werewolf chief Jack Ferris is accidentally killed in a strip club the girls who work there have until the next full moon before his bloodthirsty wolfpack seek murderous retribution | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Adele Silva ... Justice

Martin Compston ... Scott

Billy Murray ... Jack Ferris

Ali Bastian ... Dani

Barbara Nedeljakova ... Raven

Sarah Douglas ... Jeanette

Simon Phillips ... Sinclair

Martin Kemp ... Mickey

Alan Ford ... Harry

Charlie Bond ... Carrie

Nick Nevern ... Franklyn

Rita Ramnani ... Chastity

Steven Berkoff ... Flett

Robert Englund ... Tapper

Lysette Anthony ... Basildon Cinemagoer

Marc Baylis ... Carlos

Joe Egan ... Barker

Jude Poyer ... Nutt

Dean Williams ... Mutt
Gloria Savage ... Shopper

Lucy Pinder ... Carmilla
Sabine Jemeljanova ... Regine
Nick Onsloe ... Tapper's Guard

Coralie Rose ... Brandi
Racula Petrescu ... Cinnamon

Dominic Burns ... Alex
Hannah Greeno ... Saffron
Billy Chainsaw ... Banker 1
David Hayles ... Banker 2
Andy Biddle ... Policeman 1
Martin Kray ... Policeman 2
Monique Brown ... Shop Assistant
Jazz Lintott ... Richard
Martin Colton ... Pick

Les Allen ... Cordell
Peter Barret ... Basildon Vampire
Ben Ross ... Basildon Vampire 2
Andy Taylor ... Basildon Vampire 3

Alex Esmail ... Shaun
Kieran Cox ... Luis
Patricia Rybarczyk ... Greasy Chav
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lee Asquith-Coe ... Vixens Punter
Dean Higgins ... Takeaway Guy

Mo Idriss ... Strip Club Businessman

Lewis James ... Vampire
Shaun Lucas ... Strip Club Businessman
Darren Luckin ... Werewolf
Scott Matthews ... Stag Night Club Punter
Damien McPhillips ... Art Student 2
Keith Milner ... Strip Club Businessman

Jeremy Oliver ... Strip club punter

Atul Sharma ... Strip Club Punter
Antti Siegmann ... Strip Club Businessman
James Singer ... Vixens Punter

Colin Burt Vidler ... Strip Club Patron
Chris Knight ... Strip Club Businessman (uncredited)

Johnny Lynch ... Barman (uncredited)

Directed by
Jonathan Glendening 
Writing credits
Pat Higgins (writer: "Strippers Versus Werewolves")

Phillip Barron (screenplay)

Produced by
Motti Colman .... associate producer
Jonathan Feuer .... associate producer
Gemma Godfrey .... associate producer
Wayne Marc Godfrey .... executive producer
Dimitri Hadjihari .... associate producer
Will Horn .... associate producer
Robert Jones .... executive producer
Martin Kemp .... executive producer
Simon Lewis .... associate producer
Ciaran Mullaney .... producer
Gareth Mullaney .... producer
Billy Murray .... producer
Sarah Peters .... associate producer
Simon Phillips .... producer
Spencer Pollard .... executive producer
Patricia Rybarczyk .... producer
Jonathan Sothcott .... producer
Caroline Stern .... associate producer
Adam Sutherland .... executive producer
Original Music by
Neil Chaney 
Cinematography by
David Meadows 
Film Editing by
Richard Colton 
Production Design by
Felix Coles 
Costume Design by
Millie Sloan 
Makeup Department
Cesar Alonso .... special makeup effects supervisor
Satinder Chumber .... makeup artist
Anna Cichon .... special makeup effects artist
Jack Coakley .... prosthetics trainee
Lucy Darkness .... key makeup artist
Lucy Darkness .... makeup designer
David Malinowski .... special makeup effects artist
Kristyan Mallett .... special makeup effects designer
Emma Alexandra Watts .... makeup department head
Production Management
Toby Meredith .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brashna Agha .... third assistant director
Clare Cahill .... second assistant director
Dylan Fox Kearney .... second assistant director
James Nunn .... first assistant director
Art Department
Felix Coles .... standby props
Tabitha Quitman .... stand-by art department (as Tabby Quitman)
Sound Department
Christian Burnett .... sound trainee
Thomas Clune .... boom operator
Marc Specter .... production sound mixer
Special Effects by
Matthew Strange .... lead armourer
Les Allen .... stunts
Jude Poyer .... stunt coordinator
Andy Taylor .... stunt double
Dean Williams .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Adam R. Bell .... best boy
Julie Edwards .... still photographer
Dean Higgins .... assistant lighting technician
James Layton .... steadicam operator
Kate Malone .... still photographer
James Melrose .... second assistant camera
James Ruffell .... camera operator
James Ruffell .... first assistant camera
James Ruffell .... focus puller
Tom Turley .... camera operator: "b" camera, additional photography
Tom Turley .... focus puller
Casting Department
Johnny Lynch .... additional casting
Johnny Lynch .... casting
Jonathan Sothcott .... casting
Editorial Department
Otto Burnham .... on-line assistant
Leo de Wolff .... on-line assistant
Alex Gascoigne .... colorist
James Melrose .... DIT
Other crew
Kate Antjoule .... script supervisor
Monique Brown .... production coordinator
Dean Higgins .... runner/driver
Yasmin Stewart .... production assistant
Chris Wilson .... picture double for Alan Ford

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93 min
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Did You Know?

There's an homage to An American Werewolf in London (1981) when a dart playing lycanthrope grumbles "you made me miss".See more »
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References "Star Trek" (1966)See more »
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30 out of 38 people found the following review useful.
Absolute garbage not even worthy of a drunken nights viewing..., 9 May 2012
Author: aelthric from United Kingdom

This movie stinks on so many levels that you will be aghast at how it got made...

First the plot is so childish that I thought I was watching an episode of those creepy Chuckle Brothers with boobs and arse thrown in for good measure...

Next was the acting, considering that these actors were not complete amateurs and some have played some really good roles in both TV and film it was pitiful to see them floundering around in this film like kids in a school play with all the lack of context and amateurish line delivery of an 8 year old...

One of the things that makes good comedy is getting the timing right, one of the things about great comedy is getting the timing perfect, this film managed to deliver its gags (if you can call such ridiculous schoolboy humour gags) without any timing at all and the gags were too childish to be funny to adults and too filled with sexual meaning for kids to get them so I wonder who the target audience was supposed to be?

The effects were ridiculous, the script was ridiculous, the acting was well below par for those who took part, the direction was the only joke in this film (Except the joke at the paying audiences expense), the split screen cinematography was just bloody annoying and as for the trendy comic book images flashed up in place of action well the less said about that the better...

All in all this film failed both as a comedy, it certainly failed as a horror, in fact the only thing it succeeded in was as a documentary on how not to make a film...

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