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Forest of the Dead (2007)

It's old-school horror the Canadian way in this classic summer camp cannibal bloodbath!


Brian Singleton


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Anderson Chris Anderson ... Jonny Rebel
Erin Brophy Erin Brophy ... Carrie
Brandi Boulet Brandi Boulet ... Amy
Elaine Cummings Elaine Cummings ... Christine
Heather Duthie Heather Duthie ... Crystal
Miles Finlayson Miles Finlayson ... Jeffy Guiseppe
Mark Singleton Mark Singleton ... Roger
Rich Glasgow Rich Glasgow ... Keith Wayne (as Richard P. Glasgow)
Marie-Julie Loranger Marie-Julie Loranger ... Regan
Kevin Norris Kevin Norris ... Marcel (as Kevin 'Chief' Norris)
Daniel Shestelo Daniel Shestelo ... Danny
Alyson Tayler Alyson Tayler ... Jaye
Ross Jacobs Ross Jacobs ... Officer Dick
Tony Barnes Tony Barnes ... Gas Station Attendant
Stephanie Halin ... Angie


Driving cross-country on a summer road trip, two groups of friends find themselves stranded at an isolated campground. When the first group is slaughtered overnight by an unseen evil, the second group arrives. Relentless terror begins as campers are transformed into bloodthirsty cannibalistic creatures, stalking, chasing, and eating their own friends alive! Who will survive in the Forest of the Dead? Written by Brian Singleton

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If the Bugs Don't Eat You Alive, the Campers Will!


Comedy | Horror


Did You Know?


The film was a topic of controversy at it's 2006 premiere at Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, Quebec, mainly for the portrayal of the French-Canadian homosexuals, Roger and Marcel (Mark Singleton and Kevin Norris). The characters were never meant to be offensive, but even that didn't silence the disapproving crowd during Roger's monologue. See more »

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Definitely not the worst 90 minutes of my life
29 September 2007 | by mrs_m_norrisSee all my reviews

Right from the beginning, it is obvious that this film is very low budget and the actors are not professionals (I don't think). I was worried. I considered just stopping it and mailing back the DVD.

But I kept it going and I have to say it was hilarious! And the gore was awesome. There were definitely some creative minds working on this one. I think that they did what they set out to do--I didn't see any real plot holes and there were some good creepy moments among the humor.

Some of the lines had me laughing out loud, especially with the two French guys.

Make another one. I will watch it!

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Release Date:

12 June 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Carp, Ontario, Canada See more »


Box Office


CAD3,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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