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|Douglas G. Davis||...||executive producer|
|Kevin Leeson||...||associate producer|
|Kevin Leslie||...||associate producer|
|Christina O'Shea-Daly||...||executive producer|
|Jonathan Shore||...||executive producer|
|Shawn Williamson||...||executive producer|
|Sheldon Wilson||...||associate producer|
|Eric J. Goldstein|
|Tony Dean Smith|
|Julia Niendorf||...||Project manager: additional post-production services|
|Kelvin Tseng||...||first assistant editor|
|Agnieszka Echallier||...||special makeup effects producer|
|Joel Echallier||...||special makeup effects designer|
|Caitlin Groves||...||special makeup effects technician|
|Kevin Leslie||...||first assistant director|
|Trevor McWhinney||...||second assistant director|
|Cameron Boon||...||paint coordinator|
|Jelmer Boskma||...||creature designer|
|Marion Pejaire||...||on-set dresser|
|Daren Luc Sasges||...||property master|
|Baron Shaver||...||construction coordinator|
|Kevin Belen||...||re-recording mixer|
|Jay Cheetham||...||background sound editor|
|Rob Coxford||...||a.d.r. mixer|
|Dario DiSanto||...||foley editor|
|Chris Gilling||...||re-recording mixer|
|Kirby Jinnah||...||supervising sound editor|
|Iain Pattison||...||re-recording mixer|
|Brent Planiden||...||adr recordist|
|Ryan Schaad||...||foley mixer|
|James Wallace||...||sound designer / sound editor|
|Robert Musnicki||...||special effects assistant|
|Aidan Williamson||...||special effects assistant|
|Lorna Carmichael||...||On Set VFX Co-Ordinator|
|Sarabjeet Singh||...||rotoscope supervisor|
|Clint Carleton||...||stunt double|
|Cassandra Ebner||...||stunt performer|
|Katie Stuart||...||stunt double|
|Paul Wu||...||stunt coordinator|
|Ed Araquel||...||still photographer|
|Marco Ciccone||...||camera operator|
|Herb Crowder||...||first assistant camera: "b" camera|
|David Dolsen||...||still photographer|
|Aaron Hadden||...||best boy grip|
|Boris Martens||...||second assistant a camera|
|Nathan McTague||...||first assistant camera: "a" camera|
|Rory Soderman||...||best boy|
|Jim Stacey||...||camera operator|
|Brad Whitlock||...||steadicam/b camera operator|
|Patricia De Souza||...||animator|
|Valeria Maichen||...||Costumer / truck supervisor|
|Danny McWilliams||...||location manager|
|John Sorensen||...||driver: cast (as John Sorenson)|
|Kristen Bell||...||director of business and legal affairs|
|Arielle Boisvert||...||assistant to executive producer|
|Anne-Cécile Boulais||...||production assistant|
|Paul Kalkman||...||key on-set production assistant|
|Marilyn Liu||...||assistant accountant|
|Jen Oberem||...||script supervisor|
|David Oland||...||legal services: A.D.Oland Law Corp.|
|Sandy Reynolds||...||craft service / first aid|
|Dustin Shea||...||key production assistant|
|Alison Stephen||...||production coordinator|
|Trudi Thorwaldson||...||production accountant|
|Carmen Woods||...||key production assistant (as Carmen Schimmers)|
- Syfy (2013) (United States) (tv)
- Concorde Home Entertainment (2016) (Germany) (DVD)
- Concorde Home Entertainment (2016) (Germany) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
- Eagle Entertainment (2014) (Australia) (DVD)
- Film1 (2014) (Netherlands) (tv) (limited)
- Interfilm (2014) (Japan) (DVD)
- Just Bridge Entertainment (2013) (Netherlands) (DVD)
- Just Bridge Entertainment (2013) (Netherlands) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
- Reel World Management (2013) (United States)
- Phantom-FX (additional visual effects)
For generations, it was an urban legend that lived in the nightmares of children. Now, the season to rejuvenate the tale will revive a town's darkest fears. With the Scarecrow Festival on the horizon, school teacher Aaron Harris is doling out punishment for six students serving detention, including the moody Tyler, Goth girl Nikki, wrestling team captain Daevon, and straight-A student Jun. Their task: help Aaron's ex-girlfriend Kristen fix her family farm before it's sold. But the cornfields circling the farm come with a legend-and Tyler takes macabre delight in recounting the tale: It never sleeps, it never dies, it can't be stopped, hear their cries. The Scarecrow lives to kill us all. Keep it buried in the fall... When the kids play a terrifying game of cat and mouse in the cornfield with what they believe is a wild animal, Kristen tries to convince them that the Scarecrow is a very real creature of fierce strength and power, rejuvenated by the blood of its prey-and proof comes all too soon. As darkness falls over the rustling fields, the last survivors must fend off the flesh-ripping terrors of the Scarecrow. For the terrified prisoners of Miller Farm, surviving the night seems a distant prayer-especially in light of the tale's final, desperate warning: "Beware the mark, the end is near, your death is certain, run in fear..." This fall, there's a chill in air that can freeze the blood. Scarecrow is coming. Written by Sonar Entertainment
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[Mr. Harris tells the students on the bus why the legend of the Scarecrow is just a story and why they are their to collect the Scarecrow from the farm]
Nicki: [the students all look out towards the eerie abandoned farm and Scarecrow out in the empty field] Where the hell are we?
Aaron: All right, let's go, guys.
Tyler: [Tyler begins to quote the story of the Scarecrow] It never sleeps, it never dies. It can't be stopped, hear their cries.
Nicki: [Nicki continues the quote] The Scarecrow lives to kill us all.
Tyler: [Tyler ends the quote] Keep it buried in the fall.
[then slams his hand on the bus window next to Beth]
Beth: That isn't funny, all right.
Nicki: [Nicki chuckles] It is funny.
Beth: What the hell are they talking about?
Aaron: Legend has it this place is haunted.
Daevon: They say over 30 people were killed in there. Bodies eaten by the Scarecrow.
[takes a bite of his apple]
Beth: Well we're not staying here, right?
Aaron: Beth, they're just trying to scare you. None of this actually happen.
Maria: Can I ask, why we're here then?
Nicki: Yeah, is this supposed to be like Scared Straight or something?
Aaron: Not quite. This is the site of the original Scarecrow festival, but the farm is being sold, so we're going to dismantle what's left of the Scarecrow and reassemble in town where the festival is happening this year.
Aaron: Yeah, seriously.
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