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The Anatomy of Monsters (2014)

Andrew lures a woman to a motel room with homicidal intentions. He quickly discovers that she may be more dangerous than he could ever imagine. What follows is a deadly game of wits, and a soul bearing confession.

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Byron C. Miller

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Paul Morgan (screenplay & co-story), Paul Morgan (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tabitha Bastien ... Sarah Chambers
Jesse Lee Keeter Jesse Lee Keeter ... Andrew Costello
Conner Marx ... Nick Jones
Keiko Green Keiko Green ... Amy Simmons
Asher Vast Asher Vast ... Jogger #2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
E.J. Bastien E.J. Bastien ... One Night Stand Guy
Meredith Binder ... Sarah's Mom
Nick Frank Nick Frank ... Bouncer
André Kirkman André Kirkman ... Bar man
Simone Leorin ... Driver
Satori Marill Satori Marill ... Sarah Chambers (Teen)
Tori McDonough Tori McDonough ... Angry Teen
Byron C. Miller
Ken Miller Ken Miller ... Family - Dad
Natalie Miller Natalie Miller ... Woman Jogger
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Andrew lures a woman to a motel room with homicidal intentions. He quickly discovers that she may be more dangerous than he could ever imagine. What follows is a deadly game of wits, and a soul bearing confession.

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 December 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Witching Hour See more »

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Budget:

$10,000 (estimated)
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Nightfilm Productions See more »
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It put a human in the monster.
7 November 2016 | by diaz-41176See all my reviews

Cool stuff! It put a human in the monster in a way that makes you feel compassion maybe even friendship toward them. If you ever wounder how or why someone becomes a killer this might answer some questions for you. There is a constant feeling of whats coming next. I am not one to jump in movies but must admit I did more then once in this one. I went into this film expecting a slasher movie but found my self surprised on how this movie uses graphic images only when its necessary to telling story. The story it self is presented in a way that it made me feel it could be one of my own friends telling it to me. On that note it might even get you wondering about some of the people around you as well. Could they be a killer? The soundtrack was awesome! There was a rendition of Destroy by Lady Tron that haunted my thoughts for some time after.


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