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Six violent criminals in a halfway house must band together to survive the night.

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James Howarth ...
Bill
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Jenny (as Brittany Joan White)
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Tommy
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Michael
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Alex (as Dave Michael Beaudrie)
Jesse Escochea ...
Mikey
Rob Steiner ...
Greggor
Shantelle Szyper ...
Amber
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Darryl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thomas Buzzello ...
Bar Patron
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Cop (as Ruby Mercado)
Stephani D'Oleo ...
Dead Girl
Sylvester Foster ...
Bar Owner
Lauray Hilton ...
Violent Offender
Shawn L. Holt ...
Bar Patron
Paul Kellner ...
Detective Quinn
Luis Rodriguez ...
Cop #2
Dani Walker ...
News Anchor

Directed by

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Brandon Fisher

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Bruce W. Durbin ... ()

Produced by

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Robert Aldrich ... producer
Thomas Buzzello ... associate producer
Lamont Couch ... producer
Jesse Escochea ... executive producer

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Robert Aldrich ... director of photography

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Tawan Bazemore ... colorist

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Jamie Fisher ... makeup artist / special makeup effects artist
Melissa Hurkman ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jesse Escochea ... second unit director

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Aaron Needham ... graphic designer

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Plot Summary

A government witness is locked inside an experimental halfway house with six violent criminals. With no way out, this safe haven soon becomes a bloody slaughterhouse of violence. In a retro 80's low budget slasher style, these rejects of society must all band together to survive the night.

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Also Known As
  • Halfway House
Runtime
  • 75 min
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Trivia Due to lack of budget, (no budget) the filmmakers decided to make this an experimental film to see if they could complete it like an old 80's bad, but good low budget film. Meaning low, low budget with no time for perfection, but great collaboration from cast & crew during the making of this film. See more »

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