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A gut-wrenching, non-stop roller coaster ride through the hellish underbelly of inner-city America. A birthday celebration at an upscale restaurant sets in motion events that bring Sissy,... See more »

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Sissy
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Bossboy
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Benny
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Barbie (as Tory Tompkins)
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Amphead (as Greg Kelly)
Phillip Wolf ...
Mikey
Matt Hensarling ...
Kenny
Jon Clinkenbeard ...
John
Matt Beene ...
Cliff
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Rachel
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Buddy
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Caesar
Tom Byrne ...
Doc
Tank Turner ...
Ollie (as Adrian Turner)
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Newboy
Matthew Pfohl ...
Perry
Bo Reed ...
Mario
Tony Wolford ...
Ton
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Carl Wayne
Patrick McDonnell ...
Cop #1
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Cop #2
Christina Gonzalez ...
Angelica
Julia Faye Garza ...
Sonia
John D. Montoya ...
Raul
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Ruth
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Homeless Man (as Ed Neal)
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Clerk
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Mr. Grimm
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Woman with Pick
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Man around Corner
Perry Lorenz ...
Senator
Joe Saldana ...
Jesus
Sesar Sandoval ...
Bobby Sr.
Robert Kuhn ...
Mr. Alton
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Mrs. Alton
Joey Ferguson ...
Gerald
Eddie Perez ...
Gangbanger
Michael Zuniga ...
Gangbanger
Louis Moncivias ...
Gangbanger
Manuel Gonzalez ...
Gangbanger
Elaine Barber ...
Harpist
Levie Isaacks ...
Voice of the News / Talk Radio (voice)
Wayne Bell ...
Voice of the News / Talk Radio (voice)
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VIP (uncredited)
James Bargsley ...
Bearded Protestor (uncredited)
Darryl Cole ...
Cowboy Protester / Dead Police Officer (uncredited)
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Brittany (uncredited)
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International Business Man (uncredited)
Tyler Hayes ...
Misc Extra (uncredited)
Charlie Hurtin ...
Keyboardist (uncredited)
Natalie Kline ...
Angry Protester (uncredited)
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Lawyer (uncredited)
Aisa Palomares ...
Autumn (uncredited)
Stephanie Quinn ...
Captive Beauty (uncredited)
Mitchell Rad ...
Mr. Graves (uncredited)
Becky Risley ...
Protester (uncredited)
David Sanders ...
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The Captive Beauty (uncredited)

Directed by

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Duane Graves
Justin Meeks

Written by

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Kim Henkel ... (writer)
 
Jonathan Swift ... (novel "A Modest Proposal") (uncredited)

Produced by

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Pat Cassidy ... co-producer
Ian Henkel ... co-producer
Kim Henkel ... producer
Robert Kuhn ... executive producer (as Robert J. Kuhn)

Music by

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Josh Morrow

Cinematography by

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Ricardo Diaz

Film Editing by

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Duane Graves

Editorial Department

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Parke Gregg ... colorist / digital intermediate editor
Allison Turrell ... digital intermediate producer

Casting By

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Sonny Carl Davis

Production Design by

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Javier Bonafont

Art Direction by

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Stephen Fay

Set Decoration by

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Jason Matthews

Costume Design by

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Colin Wilkes

Makeup Department

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Susan A. Benson ... special makeup effects artist
Nancy Rankin Escovedo ... hair department head (as Nancy Rankin) / makeup department head (as Nancy Rankin) / special makeup effects artist (as Nancy Rankin)
Erin Klarer ... makeup artist
Christopher Payne ... special makeup effects artist
Tristan Smith ... key hair stylist: additional photography / key makeup artist: additional photography

Production Management

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Charles Mulford ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mary Beth Chambers ... second assistant director
Christopher Dufau ... additional second assistant director
Derek Franzese ... first assistant director: additional photography / second second assistant director
Jonny Mars ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Danny Brough-Stevenson ... scenic artist
Seana Flanagan ... assistant art director
Natalie Jenison ... props
Billie Klein ... art department coordinator
James McMahan ... fabricator
Anya Saner ... set designer

Sound Department

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Greg Armstrong ... sound mixer
Wayne Bell ... dialogue editor
Glenn Eanes ... dialogue editor
Susan Fitz-Simon ... foley artist / foley editor
Tom Hammond ... re-recording mixer / sound designer / supervising sound editor
Ian Henkel ... automatic dialog recordist
Justin Hennard ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Lindsay Mays ... sound utility
Karlo Montano ... boom operator
Josh Morrow ... automatic dialog recordist / sound designer
Patrick Wylie ... sound recordist

Special Effects by

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Everett Byrom III ... special effects
Meredith Johns ... special effects makeup department head

Visual Effects by

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Blake Skaggs ... additional visual effects
Justin Paul Warren ... visual effects (as Justin Warren) / visual effects on-set supervisor (uncredited) / visual effects supervisor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Nathan Black ... stunts
Shannon Deane ... stunts
Brandon Gray ... stunts
Chance Hartman ... stunt coordinator
Jody Haselbarth ... stunt double: Ali Faulkner
Tyler Hayes ... stunts
Ian Henkel ... stunts
Seth Houdeshell ... stunts
Johnathon Johnson ... stunts (as Jonathan Johnson)
Levi McGlathery ... stunts
Louis Moncivias ... stunts
Tim Price ... stunts
Andrew A. Rodgers ... stunts
Josh Vinyard ... stunts (as Joshua Vinyard)
Matthew Lee Willis ... stunts
Nathan Black ... stunt double: Johnny Walter (uncredited)
Levi McGlathery ... stunt double: Derek Lee Nixon (uncredited)
Louis Moncivias ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Josh Vinyard ... utility stunts (uncredited)
Rachel Wiese ... stunt performer (uncredited)
Matthew Lee Willis ... stunt utility (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ben Benesh ... key grip
C. Wylie Earnhart ... camera intern
Robert Garza ... assistant camera: "a" camera (as Robert Garza)
Duane Graves ... additional cinematography: San Antonio
Brandon Gray ... still photographer
Ryan Green ... still photographer
Eric Hurt ... cinematographer: second unit / director of photography: San Antonio / steadicam operator
Jason Kupcho ... electrician / grip: San Antonio
Michael John Marcinik ... assistant camera: San Antonio
David Morgan ... camera operator: pickups
Michael Morlan ... camera operator: "b" camera / camera operator: San Antonio
Jeff Powers ... gaffer
Dane Sears ... behind-the-scenes videographer
Dan Siegelstein ... best boy grip
Shane Tepper ... digital imaging technician
Brandon Torres ... additional cinematographer: San Antonio / assistant camera: Fissure
Justin Paul Warren ... best boy electric (as Justin Warren) / digital imaging technician: San Antonio (as Justin Warren)
Scott Weatherford ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Tony Wolford ... grip
Michael Zuniga ... still photographer
Eric Hurt ... aerial footage (uncredited)
Justin Paul Warren ... gaffer: second unit (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Sonny Carl Davis ... casting coordinator
Sarah Dowling ... extras casting
Megan Doyle ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tomey McGowen ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Jose Angel Hernandez ... location manager

Music Department

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Nathan Dunton ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Tyler Hayes ... transportation coordinator
Nathan Legacy ... picture car coordinator

Other crew

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Ginger Attaway ... third assistant director
A.J. Cast ... production assistant
Ann M. Doria ... script supervisor
Megan Doyle ... assistant to directors
Adrian Golden ... production services
Jordan Haro ... animal handler: dog
Tyler Hayes ... production assistant
Faith Johnson ... craft services assistant
Kathrin Kremer ... body double: Tory Tompkins
Linda LeCroy ... catering assistant
Carlton Lucas Moss ... craft service assistant
Mickel Picco ... key set intern

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A gut-wrenching, non-stop roller coaster ride through the hellish underbelly of inner-city America. A birthday celebration at an upscale restaurant sets in motion events that bring Sissy, her brother, Mikey, and friends, Kenny and Barbie, face to face with the macabre world of the Butcher Boys. Inspired by Jonathan Swift's cannibalistic tale A Modest Proposal, the Boneboys are international predators who deal in human flesh - dead or alive. Their hunting grounds are the cities of the world. Written by wildfan

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Taglines You are what you eat. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Boneboys (United States)
  • Bone Boys (United States)
  • Butcher Boys - You Are What You Eat (Germany)
  • Обвальщики (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 86 min
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Budget $1,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia This movie contains more cameo appearances by "Texas Chainsaw" alumni than any other film. There are a total of nine: Perry Lorenz, Edwin Neal, Marilyn Burns, Ed Guinn, Bill Wise, John Dugan, Teri McMinn, Bill Johnson, and James Bargsley. See more »
Goofs Near the end, as Sissy runs to a car, she gets bloody cuts on her back. A short while later, she turns around in the car and her back is completely healed. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013). See more »
Soundtracks Pajaro Negro See more »

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