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You're invited to the undead movie party! See more »
Plot:
Daffy undead gal Penny Dreadful, her smitten zombie buddy Ned, and lycanthrope Wolfboy relate three... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Eliza Swenson ... Penny Dreadful
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Craig Blair ... Rex

Theodore Bouloukos ... Jim

Tyler Elliot Burke ... Russ

Jeffrey Combs ... Brady
Liz Douglas ... Mom
Collin Galyean ... Ned, Jerry
Dillon Geyselaers ... Wolfboy
Lucky Gretzinger ... Charlie

Jason Griffith ... Clive

Sid Haig ... Shopkeeper
Josh Hammond ... Ron

Tyler Hollinger ... Husband

Alexis Iacono ... Nancy

Benjamin Kanes ... Jack
Jacqueline Kroschell ... Rose

Ramona Mallory ... Jez

Elizabeth Masucci ... Wife

Ismaelpeter Casillas Nelson ... Jonesey (as Ismael Peter Casillas III)

Kristina Page ... Candy

Devanny Pinn ... June

Barry Ratcliffe ... Billy Jack (as Barry J. Ratcliffe)

Russell Saylor ... Co-Worker #2

Al Snow ... Cody (as Allen Sarven)
Sam Soule ... Alice

Samantha Soule ... Alice

Brandon Stacy ... Jimmy
Nicholas Theodoseau ... Rusty

Dena Tyler ... Co-Worker

John Wells ... Chauncy

Directed by
Nick Everhart 
Leigh Scott 
Eliza Swenson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Nick Everhart 
Leigh Scott 
Eliza Swenson 

Produced by
Nick Everhart .... producer
Jeffrey Green .... producer
Paul Mollan .... line producer
Leigh Scott .... producer
Brad Southwick .... producer
Eliza Swenson .... producer
 
Original Music by
Eliza Swenson 
 
Cinematography by
Leigh Scott 
 
Film Editing by
Nick Everhart 
 
Casting by
Jordan Turnage 
Matthew Wulf 
 
Production Design by
Krista Gall 
 
Set Decoration by
Karen Marquis 
 
Costume Design by
Regina Amato 
 
Makeup Department
Joe Amella .... prosthetics creator
Joe Amella .... special makeup effects artist
Aja Bowie Cooper .... makeup artist
Arnee Dodd .... makeup artist
Kate Fiore .... makeup artist
Krystal Phillips .... head hair designer
Krystal Phillips .... makeup department head
Jennifer Provost .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nick Everhart .... first assistant director
Nick Vallas .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Matt Citrenbaum .... set dresser
Collin Galyean .... set dresser
Dan Warren .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Brett Ainslie .... boom operator
Reginald Bryant .... sound mixer
Max Phillips .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Krystal Phillips .... special effects makeup
 
Visual Effects by
Jay Garrison .... visual effects supervisor
Laura J. Hill .... visual effects supervisor
Brock Jolet .... digital compositor
Nikie Monteleone .... visual effects artist
Wesley Ortiz .... visual effects artist
Vladimir Zharov .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Jared Burke .... stunt coordinator
Kachina Dechert .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Drew Amato .... still photographer
Brandon Barron .... best boy grip
Bob Blankemeier .... gaffer
Thomas Chavez .... key grip
Russel Cramer .... grip
James Davis .... first assistant camera
Will Gottlieb .... grip
Nate Heywood .... jib operator
Erik Kandefer .... first assistant camera
Alex Lee .... key grip
Kevin Martin .... best boy electric
Amanda Mitchell .... second assistant camera
Thomas Moll-Rocek .... electrician
Ross Neugeboren .... gaffer
Albert Phaneuf .... grip
Ari Schaeffer .... best boy grip
Josh Therriault .... second assistant camera
Stephen Troy .... best boy electric
Ian Woolston-Smith .... camera operator
Ian Woolston-Smith .... steadicam operator
 
Casting Department
Matthew Wulf .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Olivia Amato .... wardrobe assistant
 
Transportation Department
Jerel Hurst .... driver
 
Other crew
Alexander Burke .... production assistant
Katy Castaldi .... production assistant
Daniel Hager .... key production assistant
Sean C. Li .... production assistant (as Sean Li)
Andrei Lieders .... production assistant
Meredith Margolis .... production assistant
Max Marian .... production assistant
Wesley Ortiz .... key production assistant
Mike Rhodes .... production assistant
Christopher Stepniewski .... production assistant (as Chris Stepniewski)
Angelo Thomas .... social media
Nick Vallas .... production assistant
Rachel Verrier .... production assistant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Penny Dreadful" - USA (DVD title)
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Runtime:
101 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: In the 58th minute, as a girl enters a barn, you can see the tip of the microphone in the lower right-center of the picture. It is the type covered with the fuzzy black windsock.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Halloween (1978)See more »
Soundtrack:
Candy StreetSee more »

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1 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
One of the Best Anthology Films You Are Not Seeing, 27 June 2014
Author: mayhem2080 from California, USA

The penny dreadful picture show I am not a fan of anthology films I barely remember the Creepshow films(82/87/06) and I could barely stand Trick or Treat (07) and the one I loved was a Tales from the Crypt anthology which seemingly was presented as a movie in which a magician had nine lives due to a cat barely seen on HBO as far as I can remember. At first the origins of Penny Dreadful and her cohorts are mysterious and vague but later on in the movie they kind of grow more engulfed but never are fully laid out which is probably a good thing. The first story is a short having to do with a jack in o box and is short of stature but full in effect as it takes a seeming less toy from childhood and make it monstrous but doesn't fully give away where the story may go. The Second Story is of something we see quite often in our pop culture but it takes it back in time to the 70's and tries to present it in a whole new light. It's not revolutionary but a decent premise on how to go about such a topic. The Third story is the gem of the ball and it takes the classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Meets The Strangers and A House of 1,000 Corpses and turns it all on it's head. You think you know about all these stories but you don't know for sure. In the end I found myself pretty delighted for watching such a film but still not absolutely in love. It was something good and decent to watch but it didn't reinvent the genre but it was still fun and worth a watch. I commend these films cause they take actors like Sid Haig (House of 1,000 Corpses/The Devils Rejects/Halloween) and Jefferey Combs (Re-Animator 1&2/The Frighteners)and Barry Ratcliffe (Dorothy and the Witches of OZ and other films) A platform to keep performing their craft where as other productions companies would not have them. In the beginning of watching this film I was prematurely sure it was going to be a colossal waste of time but by the end I was delighted and thought it as a throwback to 70's/80's early horror at least and worth at least a view if any one was so inclined. Eliza Swenson's makeup is fantastic and if you'd like more of her she's fantastic in the mini-series The Witches of Oz which was shortened to the feature film Dorothy and the Witches of Oz and IMDb her and the other actors for more titles.

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