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In 1590, the Diet of Augsburg ruled that gypsies were the spawn of Satan and, therefore, had no rights whatsoever. The ruling allowed Christians to kill gypsies without penalty, which... See more »

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Larry Chaney
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The Elder
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Nikki
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Oliver
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Shelly
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Lloyd
Ben Dixon ...
Dante
Amy Dixon ...
Lilith
Salem Elizabeth ...
Lilith
Neil Derrington ...
Robert Florey
Susan Howe ...
Kim Chaney
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Maliva
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Paul
Jeff Wilson ...
Alconite
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Landis (as Ricky B.)
Doug Beechum ...
Mr. B
Brandon O'Rear ...
Gypsy Child

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Ben Dixon

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Jim O'Rear ... (screenplay) and
Ben Dixon ... (screenplay)

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Ben Dixon ... producer
Leif Holt ... associate producer
Kevin Nesgoda ... executive producer
Jim O'Rear ... co-producer
Chris Rucker ... co-producer

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Nathan Whitehead

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Ben Dixon ... special makeup effects artist
Stacey Dixon ... makeup artist
Jim O'Rear ... makeup artist

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Chris Rucker ... boom operator

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Ted Alderman ... stunt actor

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Bill Sawyers ... electrician

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Jim O'Rear ... casting associate

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In 1590, the Diet of Augsburg ruled that gypsies were the spawn of Satan and, therefore, had no rights whatsoever. The ruling allowed Christians to kill gypsies without penalty, which sparked the church to organize a small group of religious assassins to carry out the dirty work. Unfortunately, the band of killer priests were not informed that the gypsies had made a pact of protection with a powerful werewolf clan, so all hell broke loose. Four hundred years later, the bloody war between the church, gypsies and werewolves rages on and it's up to a small-town police chief to end it or die trying. Written by Bloody Moon Films

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  • Aconite (United States)
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  • 105 min
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Budget $100,000 (estimated)

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