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Inhuman Resources -- A demented boss works six captives to death.

Six captive office workers are literally chained to their desks by a demented, escaped serial killer; former regional manager Thomas Reddmann (Redd). He assigns his 'human resources' the impossible task of proving his innocence or suffering gruesome consequences.


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3 November 2012 (Japan) See more »
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Six captive office workers are literally chained to their desks by deranged former regional manager Thomas Reddmann (Redd). He assigns his 'human resources' the impossible task of proving his innocence or suffering gruesome consequences. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Nicholas Hope ... Thomas Reddmann

Kelly Paterniti ... Annabelle Hale

Sam Reid ... William Tucker

Alan Dukes ... Edward Crandell

James Mackay ... Rudy Khan

Hayley McElhinney ... Sheena O'Leary

Daniel Krige ... Guy Marr

Tom Savini ... Peter Bava

Bridie Latona ... Clare Taylor

Felix Williamson ... Brian Keene
Ella Scott Lynch ... Female Secretary
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Travis James Annabel ... YouTuber
Travis Cotton ... Male Secretary
Aleks Eydelman ... Belle Fan
Molly Knight ... Female Paramedic
Kim Knuckey ... Ramsey
Mariel McClorey ... Witness
James Fraser Moir ... Les
Paul Newton ... Waiter

Ashley Mary Nunes ... Victim's Relative
Anthony O'Connor ... Witness
Cody Michael Perry ... Reporter (as Cody Perry)

Anna Lise Phillips ... Shelly Bloom
Matt Reeder ... Lansdale lackey
Katherine Shearer ... Book Launch Hostess

William Zappa ... Judge Conlon
Elan Zavelsky ... Male Paramedic

Directed by
Daniel Krige 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jonathon Green 
Anthony O'Connor 

Produced by
Jonathon Green .... producer
Sandy Stevens .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Yezerski 
Cinematography by
Richard Bradshaw 
Film Editing by
Ceinwen Berry 
Casting by
Kirsty McGregor 
Stevie Ray (casting assistant)
Production Design by
Claire Granville 
Art Direction by
Amanda Sallybanks 
Costume Design by
Claire Granville 
Makeup Department
Alice Baueris .... special makeup effects artist
Paul Katte .... special makeup effects creator
Mariel McClorey .... special makeup effects artist
Nick Nicolaou .... special make-up effects creator
Tom Savini .... special make-up effects supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Xander Collier .... first assistant director
Courtney Dawson .... third assistant director attachment
Art Department
Laura Nagy .... standby props assistant
Tony Watt .... carpenter
Sound Department
Adrian Bilinsky .... sound effects editor
Craig Butters .... sound effects editor
John Dennison .... foley recordist
Les Fiddess .... foley artist
Danny Longhurst .... adr supervisor
Luke Mynott .... sound effects editor
Martin Oswin .... adr mixer
Martin Oswin .... foley recordist
Andy Stallabrass .... adr mixer
Tony Vaccher .... sound post supervisor, dialogue editor, re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Jake Blackman .... visual effects assistant
Craig Deeker .... visual effects producer
Craig Deeker .... visual effects supervisor
Autumn Loveday .... visual effects assistant
Lucas Newton .... digital compositor
Jasper Quispel .... vfx editor
Walter Ratcliffe .... visual effects coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Bradshaw .... camera operator
Mark Collins .... first assistant camera
Chris Follett .... gaffer
Nino Tamburri .... camera operator
Casting Department
Stevie Ray .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ivana Daniele .... key costumer
Yolanda El Khouri .... assistant costume stand by
Music Department
Craig Saunders .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Peter Giles .... transmedia producer
Lon Haber .... publicity team
Sophie Kenny .... director: extra material
Kylie Connell .... thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Redd Inc." - Australia (original title)
"Headhunt" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Rated R for bloody violence, language and brief sexuality/nudity
93 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

James Lee Hunt auditioned for the YouTuber role and actually came third on the website in which fans voted but wasn't picked for the role. He actually has his own channel in which he makes videos for YouTube.See more »


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16 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
The originality makes it worth watching, 1 February 2013
Author: politehere from Tabriz, Iran

I just finished watching the movie. It wasn't one of those serious slasher films. Even though I've seen innumerable horror movies, the movie still made me cringe. It is sure to make some of the audience want to cover their eyes during some killing scenes, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The movie was explicit about showing minor yet disturbing enough torture scenes, but seemed to deliberately censor the major ones, which is understandable given the fact that it wasn't meant to be a torture movie. The gore is not over the top and it is only there to contribute to the story progression. It is more of a detective movie, mixed with some joker-type madness, which slightly takes away from the seriousness of the violent scenes, and somehow makes you keep watching even if it makes you uncomfortable. You're going to watch a bunch of people trapped in a single location trying to work their way out. This means much of your time will be spent watching the characters have lengthy conversations with one another in order to solve a murder case. The movie is a mix of detective, torture, and comedy genres. I'm not into comedy movies, but it kind of made this movie more appealing. If it didn't have that funny feeling to it, I might have got bored due to it resembling many other movies of this type. I must say the story is very original and that alone makes this movie worth watching, although I'm pretty sure for most of you out there it's going to be a one-time watch only.

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