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|Kent Bradley James||...||
Nick Name (as Nick Name)
|Wren T. Brown||...||
|Samuel A. Levine||...||
Mikey (as Samuel Aarons)
|Shaun T. Benjamin||...||
Police Officer (as Shaun Benjamin)
|Miguel Angel Caballero||...||
Jorge (as Miguel Caballero)
Jared's Friend #2
Tattoo Shop Woman (as 'Texas' Terri Laird)
Cop-Loving Drag Queen
|John P. Petrelli||...||
Leatherman (as John Petrelli)
Super Bitch Drag Queen
Girl in Car
Boy in Car
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Nickname Band Member (uncredited)
Male Stripper (uncredited)
New Detective Recruit (uncredited)
|Robb G. Sanchez||...||
Shooting Gallery 'Kid' (uncredited)
The Devil (uncredited)
|Paul Etheredge||...||(directed by) (as Paul Etheredge-Ouzts)|
|Paul Etheredge||...||(written by) (as Paul Etheredge-Ouzts)|
|Michael Roth||...||executive producer (as Michael J. Roth)|
|Josh Silver||...||producer (produced by)|
|Joseph Wolf||...||executive producer|
|Karen L. Wolf||...||executive producer (as Karen Lee Wolf)|
|Steven J. Wolfe||...||producer (produced by)|
|Michael Gordon Shapiro||...||(original music by) (as Michael G. Shapiro)|
|Mark Mervis||...||director of photography|
|Matthew Flood Ferguson|
|Gregorio Mannino||...||(as Gregory Mannino)|
|Josh Martin||...||key makeup artist|
|Justin Raleigh||...||special makeup effects artist|
|Donna Fewell||...||production manager (as Donna Takeko Fewell)|
|Adam Fike||...||post-production supervisor|
|Adam Fike||...||second assistant director|
|Jay Gira||...||first assistant director (as J. Gira)|
|Melissa Gelmo||...||set dresser|
|A.J. Lekowski||...||property master|
|Chad Peterson||...||set dresser|
|Hezekiah Pugh||...||set dresser|
|Monroe Cummings||...||sound mixer|
|Stephen Fitzmaurice||...||re-recording mixer|
|Stephen M. Galvin||...||adr editor / dialog editor|
|Patrick M. Griffith||...||supervising sound editor|
|Timothy Kelley||...||boom operator|
|Steve McCarty||...||sound effects editor|
|Steve Dyson||...||visual effects|
|Aaron Sims||...||digital effects artist|
|Scott Donovan||...||stunt double|
|Robert G. Goodwin||...||stunt coordinator|
|Reuben Langdon||...||stunt double|
|Chris Torres||...||stunt double|
|Justin A. Williams||...||utility stunts|
|David Y. Chung||...||assistant camera (as David Chung)|
|Dan Katter||...||best boy|
|Emily Madewell||...||assistant camera|
|John M. Perry||...||gaffer|
|Richard Rasmussen||...||camera operator|
|Mark A. Ryan||...||gaffer: second unit|
|Joaquin Sedillo||...||camera operator|
|Jake Solima||...||key grip (as Jacob Solima)|
|Paige Thomas||...||camera operator|
|Melissa Moss||...||casting associate|
|Madigan McGillicuddy||...||costume design assistant|
|John Norris||...||music editor / music supervisor|
|Tom Strahle||...||musician: all guitars|
|Robert Shirreffs||...||script supervisor|
|Helene Nielsen Beal||...||director of distribution|
|Darrin Burrell||...||production assistant|
|Alan Fike||...||production assistant|
|Predator Gautney||...||production assistant|
|Scott Hyman||...||assistant to producer|
|Christopher Kim||...||production coordinator|
|Josh Siemens||...||key set production assistant|
|Eric Stiles||...||production assistant|
|Josh Wesley||...||craft service|
- Regent Releasing (2005) (United States) (theatrical)
- here! Films (2005) (World-wide)
- Cinemien (2006) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
- Optimale (2006) (France) (theatrical)
- Eagle Entertainment (2006) (Australia) (DVD)
- Homescreen (2006) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Two gay men on a date are murdered the night before Halloween in West Hollywood, California. Eddie and his friends Joey, Chaz and Tobey are going out the following night to the West Hollywood Halloween festival when they encounter the psycho, who sets his eye on them. The killer stalks them through the festival as Chaz parties, Joey chases his jock crush, Tobey tries dressing in drag, and Eddie pursues Jake, the bad boy he wants to get to know better. Not until the very end do you find out who dies and who survives their night of terror. Written by Esprix
|Taglines||When The Night Belongs To The Devil, The Party Goes To Hell. See more »|
|Parents Guide||View content advisory »|
|Also Known As||
|Opening Weekend United States||$45,047, 18 Sep 2005|
|Trivia||MeatLocker, the fetish club featured in the movie, is in reality a church. When filming ran late on Saturday night, the crew had to race to remove all the hanging rubber corpses before Sunday service. See more »|
|Goofs||When Joey is being placed on the table during the concert scene, the legs on his jeans are covered in fake blood. In the next shot, the pants are clean and they start to pretend to cut him up with the fake chainsaws. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in 2006 Glitter Awards (2006). See more »|
|Soundtracks||First Betrayal See more »|
Hey. I saw you today. At the tattoo shop? We talked about the murders? Do you remember?
Jake: Yeah, I do. I do remember. Eddie, what do you want?
Eddie: Like to know your name.
Jake: I bet you would, all right. Look, do I have a stalker? Cause I know you're definitely not a real cop.
Eddie: You know, it's Halloween. My handcuffs are real.
Jake: [unimpressed] Right on. Unfortunately you have no gun.
Eddie: No, I left it at home.
Jake: So you do shoot, then.
Eddie: Yeah, I do. A little. I used to shoot because I wanted to be a cop. But I didn't pass the physical. I hurt my eye.
Jake: Your eye looks fine.
Eddie: Well, it's not. Half my field of vision is gone. My depth perception is shot. Can't even drive.
Jake: You don't hit on guys much, do you?
Jake: [holds his hand out to shake after a slight uncomfortable pause] Look, I'm Jake.
Eddie: [shaking hands] What changed your mind?
Eddie: I wanted to see you shoot.
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