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Among Us (2004)

B-movie director Billy D'Amato has made a career out of horror movies...but when he meets a real "monster in the woods" on a shoot, he is forced to re-evaluate, and fight for, his life.

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Bob Dennis ... Billy D'Amato (as Robert Dennis)
Hunter Mackenzie Austin ... Jennifer Dempsey (as Hunter Austin)
Jon McBride ... Wayne Beaubier
John Polonia ... Ray Steele
... Debbie
Steve Torpy ... Erik
Bob Torpy ... Hemp Gramps
Todd Carpenter ... D.J.
Keith Drummond ... Young MC
Jennifer McCarthy ... Georgia (as Jennifer B. McCarthy)
Dirk Sears ... Brett
Dave Fife ... Alien Magician
Melissa Torpy ... Party Volunteer
Casey Kauffman ... Shower Girl
Ginger Kurzejewski ... Psychic
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B-movie director Billy D'Amato has made a career out of horror movies...but when he meets a real "monster in the woods" on a shoot, he is forced to re-evaluate, and fight for, his life.

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The characters of "Billy D'Amato" and "Ray Steele" were named after well-used Polonia Brothers pseudonyms. See more »

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References Friday the 13th (1980) See more »

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BIGFOOT STOLE MY SIX PACK
Performed by Jon McBride
Produced by Jon McBride
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Believe it or not, this is the Polonia's best
21 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

If you only watch mainstream movies, you will think that this movie stinks to high heaven. If you love b-movies, then you might get a few moments enjoyment out of this flick. The song at the end may be the funniest ever.

The problem is that its SOOO derivative from Blair Witch, that it really takes away from the few good points the film has. One hour in, and its still crawling along.

The acting is better than the Polonias brothers usual fare, (which I will admit is damning with faint praise). The camera work isn't hideous. It ain't great, but it is a step above their usual efforts. Its probably the about the best you could do for about $20000.

Of course, I wouldn't go so far as to say that its good...


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