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Six forensic undergrads embark on a scientific expedition to a remote island that was once used as illegal biological testing grounds for life-term prisoners. | Full synopsis »
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13 Eerie weaves an eerie tale of zombie horror --^--8.5/10--^-- See more (25 total) »


  (in credits order)

Katharine Isabelle ... Megan

Michael Shanks ... Tomkins

Brendan Fehr ... Daniel

Brendan Fletcher ... Josh

Nick Moran ... Larry Jefferson

Jesse Moss ... Patrick
Kristie Patterson ... Kate
Michael Eisner ... Rob
Lyndon Bray ... Captain Veneziano
Ryland Alexander ... Tattoo Zombie
Jason Truong ... Thug Zombie

Shannon Jardine ... Skinhead Nazi Zombie
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Directed by
Lowell Dean 
Writing credits
Christian Piers Betley (written by)

Produced by
Brendan Carmody .... associate producer
Don Carmody .... executive producer
Don Carmody .... producer
Roger Christian .... executive producer
David Cormican .... executive producer
Kevin DeWalt .... executive producer
Kevin DeWalt .... producer
Becki Hui .... associate producer
Mark Montague .... producer
Original Music by
Igor Vrabac 
Ken Worth 
Cinematography by
Mark Dobrescu 
Film Editing by
Jacqueline Carmody 
Casting by
Carmen Kotyk 
Production Design by
Kathy McCoy 
Set Decoration by
Sara McCudden 
Costume Design by
Sonja Clifton-Remple 
Makeup Department
Tracy George .... makeup department head
Nina McArthur .... key hair stylist
Emersen Ziffle .... key makeup effects artist
Production Management
Debbie Breeze .... production manager
Heather Malek .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sheree Fondeur .... second assistant director
Terry Mialkowsky .... first assistant director
Kailey Treen .... third assistant director
Art Department
Matthew Bessel .... art department coordinator
Dawn Bird .... scenic painter
Dan Crozier .... assistant property master
Jay Robertson .... property master
Danny Scavuzzo .... construction coordinator
Adrian Traquair .... set dresser
Ashley Tuchscherer .... scenic artist & on-set painter
Dan Wright .... first assistant art director
Sound Department
Mark Dejczak .... sound editor
Keith Elliott .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Gingras .... supervising sound editor
Kevin Hemmingson .... sound mixer
Steve Moore .... sound re-recording mixer
Roger Roscoe .... boom operator
Willem Schonken .... adr editor
Adam Stein .... sound designer and sound effects editor
Steven Toepell .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Paul Noël .... special effects coordinator
Daniel Ford Beavis .... stunt coordinator
Brendan Carmody .... stunt safety
Kevin Kay Mak .... stunt safety
Camera and Electrical Department
Chad Biesenthal .... grip
Layton Burton .... camera operator
Brendan Carmody .... on-set videographer
Dannyl Challis .... best boy electric
Meghan Cosenzo .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Noah Draper .... grip
Donovan Fraser .... b-camera operator
Andrew Gordon .... gaffer
Todd Irving .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Nick Lamb .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Stephan McLellan .... best boy grip
Kyle Mrazek .... genny op
Rob Parrell .... key grip
Corey Sawchyn .... lamp operator
Terry Silva .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jennifer Tremblay .... camera trainee
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kerri La Londe .... set supervisor
Joanna Vollhoffer .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Dave Muscat .... digital intermediate assistant editor
Jon Tewksbury .... first assistant editor
Motassem Younes .... digital intermediate editor
Music Department
Matt Jantzen .... composer: additional music
Igor Vrabac .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Gerard Damaer .... transportation coordinator
Sam Fraser .... driver: honeywagon
Kevin Fyhn .... transportation captain
Ron Jacobs .... driver: honeywagon
Danine Schlosser .... driver
Other crew
Dawn Bird .... stand-in
Nigel Crook .... production accountant
Bev Dusel .... chef
Tim Dusel .... sous chef
Lisa Falk .... script supervisor
Derek J. Finnik .... stand-in
Kari Fonkalsrud .... first assistant accountant: payroll
Ian Gardner .... production coordinator
Stephen Kayfish .... script consultant
Danielle Masters .... producers asssistant
Bill Sorochan .... location manager
Rebecca Windjack .... trainee production coordinator

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Additional Details

87 min
Canada:18A (Ontario) | Germany:18 | UK:18


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24 out of 50 people found the following review useful.
13 Eerie weaves an eerie tale of zombie horror --^--8.5/10--^--, 2 April 2013

The undead genre can at times, really wear on one's patience with one failure after another. It's been quite a while since I've seen a zombie film where everything felt right, where the story was original and took the time to explain the origins of the outbreak and also had good overall camera and sound work for being a budget flick. Director Lowell Dean, in his first feature length film debut, has just pitched a no hitter. As a matter of fact this is the first review I've ever given to a film in this genre that I felt was nearly perfect, but please take into account I judge horror films against other horror films, zombie films against other zombie films and the budget always plays a key part in my overall opinion. When a group comes together and makes the absolute most out of every dollar they deserve recognition for it. I give every undead flick that surfaces a fighting chance, even if the budget is $5k, because I know from experience that eventually someone will get it right. It's a process comparable to rummaging through a dumpster full of unlabeled DVD's mixed with rotting food, but my love for indie films and "The power of Christ compels" me to trudge on.

The story consists of six forensic students that are transported to an abandoned prison island. They are totally cut off from the outside world so they can participate in a lifelike forensic examination of actual corpses placed strategically at specific "murder sites" by their instructor, who is also monitoring them by remote cameras & walkie-talkies. The eighth person in the group is the bus driver/cook whose pot smoking & incompetent nature leads to just enough mayhem to jump start the danger by fowling up the communications. The walkies start to fail right around the time when one of the groups has a hair raising find, a corpse that is clearly not supposed to be there.

The acting was on point, nothing wooden or over the top. I appreciated how the film generally avoided the poor decision making in the script, something this genre is plagued by. It was of course only made possible by the convincing writing of Christian Piers Betley. The manner in which the undead are presented is slow, but deliberate and very powerful, thick skinned and not easily put down. Some may criticize this as cheap, but it was extremely effective in my opinion. They used what little they had and managed to create very menacing characters, zombies that, believe it or not, had the ability to evoke some legitimate terror for once. Plus, with a seasoned cast with the likes Katharine Isabelle, Brendan Fehr, Brendan Fletcher, Nick Moran and Jesse Moss, zombie fans that don't require big budget effects can't go wrong here.

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