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  (in credits order)

Barbara Crampton ... Anne Sacchetti

Andrew Sensenig ... Paul Sacchetti

Lisa Marie ... May Lewis

Larry Fessenden ... Jacob Lewis

Monte Markham ... Dave McCabe

Susan Gibney ... Maddie

Michael Patrick Nicholson ... Harry Lewis (as Michael Patrick)
Kelsea Dakota ... Daniella

Guy Gane ... Lassander Dagmar (as Guy Gane III)

Elissa Dowling ... Eloise Dagmar
Zorah Burress ... Fiona Dagmar
Marvin Patterson ... Joe the Electrician
Connie Neer ... Cat McCabe
Samantha Buckman ... Buffalo Bill's Waitress
Richard Barry ... Paramedic 1
Edward Prunella ... Paramedic 2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jill Burress ... Margaret-Ann (Townsperson)
Paul Burress ... Billy Dee (Townsperson)
Michael Conolly ... Chester (Townsperson)
Dave MacLean ... Reggie (Townsperson)
Jay Rogowski ... Lem (Townsperson)

Jessica Sabatini ... Beth (Townsperson)
Craig Simmons ... Jethro (Townsperson)
John Torrani ... Townsperson

Directed by
Ted Geoghegan 
Writing credits
Ted Geoghegan (written by)

Produced by
Badie Ali .... executive producer
Hamza Ali .... executive producer
Malik B. Ali .... executive producer
Eben Kostbar .... co-producer
Eben Kostbar .... line producer
Greg Newman .... executive producer
Jade Porter II .... associate producer (as Jade Porter)
Travis Stevens .... producer
Original Music by
Wojciech Golczewski 
Cinematography by
Karim Hussain 
Film Editing by
Aaron Crozier 
Josh Ethier 
Production Design by
Marcella Brennan 
Art Direction by
Sean Hughes 
Costume Design by
John C. Houston IV  (as John C. Houston)
Makeup Department
Yureesh Hooker .... Barbara Crampton's hairstyle created by
Alexandra Marsh .... makeup department head
Amanda Walter .... assistant makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jonathan Avedon .... second assistant director
Michael A. Pinckney .... first assistant director
Marc Richard .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Vincent Coleman .... property master
James Strider Horton .... property master
Chuck Johnson .... construction
Ben Lynd .... construction foreman
Samuel Vito .... painter
Sound Department
Tara Blume .... foley artist
Tom Boykin .... re-recording mixer
Travis Cannan .... sound assist
Brian Dunlop .... dialogue editor
John Foley .... boom operator
Ryan Gegenheimer .... sound designer
Mano Guha .... sound mixer
Kyle Lane .... adr mixer
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer
Michael McFadden .... sound mixer
Leah Putlek .... foley editor
Dan Snow .... sound supervisor
Special Effects by
Cat Bernier .... special effects coordinator
Mike Brunner .... special effects assistant
Heather Buckley .... special effects department supervisor
Marcus Koch .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Eli Dorsey .... digital effects artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Atwell .... d.i.t.
Dylan Blencowe .... best boy grip
Jason Darnieder .... first assistant camera
Timothy Limner .... gaffer
Bryan M. Little .... behind the scenes photography: director
Stephen Long .... key grip
Clay O'Dell .... second assistant camera
John Phommany .... still photographer
Matt Saeva .... best boy electric
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ryley Hookway .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Joel Ides .... colorist
Eric Lalicata .... on-line supervisor
Location Management
Dave MacLean .... location manager
Transportation Department
Greg Vasilovski .... production driver
Other crew
Travis Cannan .... set production assistant
James Coleman .... runner
Brian W. Collins .... end titles
Nora L. Ferris .... insurance broker
Jigme Gyatso .... production assistant
Jeremy Izzo .... production coordinator
Kristy Jett .... assistant to the producers
Drew Johnson .... key set production assistant
Ivy Lam .... assistant office production coordinator
Colin McKenna .... office production assistant
Nathan Muka .... production assistant
Rhianna Ortenberg .... production assistant
Daniel E. Parr .... production accountant
Lorraine Serpe .... catering by
Will Soper .... film accountant
Mary Steeves .... office production assistant
Wesley Swanson III .... script supervisor
Jason Torres .... production assistant
Greg Vasilovski .... production assistant
Hugues Barbier .... thanks
Frank Barkes .... thanks
Bob Bartosiewicz .... thanks
Jane Beach .... thanks
Hank Black .... thanks
Sweet Blessings .... thanks
Jeremiah Borden .... thanks
Jill Burress .... thanks
Brett Burt .... thanks
Henry J. Clark .... thanks
Carl Colegrove .... thanks
Aaron Consaul .... thanks
Rae Curwin .... thanks
Chase Ellsworth .... thanks
Ron Evans .... thanks
Jeff Gallahan .... thanks
Beverly Geoghegan .... special thanks
Adam Green .... special thanks
Dennis Hazlett .... thanks
One Source Auction House .... thanks
Palmyra Inn .... thanks
Aaron Kirven .... thanks
Julie M. Kocienski .... thanks
Adam E. Kohl .... thanks
Ben Lynd .... thanks
Eva Lynd .... thanks
Jordan Lynd .... thanks
Josh Lynd .... thanks
Bill Mallwitz .... thanks
Meredith Mallwitz .... thanks
Robin Mallwitz .... thanks
Shane Maze .... thanks
Martin C. McMillon .... thanks
Paul McPherson .... thanks
Joseph M. Memeli .... thanks
Rachael Murphy .... thanks
Diana Palmer .... thanks
Suzy's Potties .... thanks
Jason Robinson .... thanks
Frank Sabatella .... special thanks
Jack Sampson .... thanks
Town of Shortsville .... thanks
Brandon Smith .... thanks
Todd Strassner .... thanks
Stephanie Trepanier .... special thanks
Marc Walkow .... thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Eating House" - Japan (English title) (DVD title)
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84 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Paul Burress, who plays Billy Dee, is actually the pastor of a local church in the town where this movie was shot on location. Moreover, his daughter Zorah Burress plays the ghost girl Fiona Dagmar.See more »
Revealing mistakes: Although the film is supposed to be set in the 1970s, the scene showing the restaurant shows a handicap parking sign, which did not exist until the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed in 1990.See more »
Dave McCabe:Old Dagmar has been runnin' the parlor no more than a couple months when, well wouldn't you know, word got out that he'd been selling the bodies and burying empty coffins. People were saying he was, uh, selling the corpses to the university over in Essex County. Some even said he was selling to the Orientals over in Boston...See more »
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32 out of 54 people found the following review useful.
Great horror film, made with a passion and respect for the genre, 17 June 2015
Author: Matthew Hopkiins from United Kingdom

I was lucky enough to see this at a friends house last night, went into it blind, and oh boy what a nice surprise.Whilst yes, it's another haunted house movie, this brings something new to the table with a great climax to the film that really ramps it up.The performances from the whole cast are excellent,and the main four characters are likable and believable.The cinematography is excellent, and the whole film just has this authentic feel to it.I won't reveal anything of the storyline,as I think it's one of those films that's best enjoyed if you don't know too much about it,but as a seasoned horror fan,I found this one of the most refreshing films I've seen in years with some good tension and scares.I've seen some comments about 'B movie this, B movie that', but I didn't get that feeling at all, this had the feel of a 70's-80's classic horror.A little more character development of the villains would have made this even better, it could have stood another 10 minutes or more being added to the running time which would have allowed this.I'll be pre-ordering the Blu Ray as soon as possible,when there are so many horror films out there that shouldn't have even been released, this deserves my money and to be in my collection.

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