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A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students' disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and... See more »

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Rachel Armiger ...
Sophia Crane
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Newscaster
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Woman on Street
Alyssa Dalgleish ...
'Man on the Street' Interviewee
Parker Damm ...
Man on Street
Sterritt David ...
Himself
Eileen del Valle ...
Amelia York
Reed DeLisle ...
Feldman
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College Secretary
Jaime Horrigan ...
Himself
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Himself
Mike Jones ...
Himself
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Gavin York
Matt Lake ...
Himself
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Himself
Robin Nicolai ...
Himself
Cory Okouchi ...
Himself
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Himself
Kelsey June Swann ...
Lilly Pine
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Himself
Andy Wardlaw ...
Himself
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Eve Hunkeler
Gavin York ...
Himself
Eve Young ...
Dr. Wolfe

Directed by

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Erik Kristopher Myers

Written by

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Erik Kristopher Myers ... ()

Produced by

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Carlo Glorioso ... producer
Kenny Johnson ... producer
Stacie Jones ... producer
Lisa Mikitarian ... executive producer
Sam Mikitarian ... executive producer
Erik Kristopher Myers ... producer
Robin Nicolai ... producer
Cory Okouchi ... producer
Alexander Shell ... executive producer
Adam Whitton ... executive producer
Chase Whitton ... executive producer

Music by

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Cazz Cerkez
Matt Davies

Cinematography by

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Kenny Johnson

Film Editing by

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Kenny Johnson
Erik Kristopher Myers
Gavin York

Casting By

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Erik Kristopher Myers

Production Design by

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Laura Myers

Art Direction by

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Carl Porter

Set Decoration by

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Carl Porter

Makeup Department

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Jon Loudenslager ... makeup artist
Sam Lukowski ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Sam Lukowski ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robin Nicolai ... assistant director
Rachel Roth ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Sam Lukowski ... conceptual art
Nicholas Mcmahon ... conceptual art
Carl Porter ... conceptual art

Sound Department

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Rich Bussey ... sound effects editor
Cazz Cerkez ... composer / dialogue editor
Matt Davies ... composer / sound designer / supervising sound editor
Kevin Hill ... dialogue editor / re-recording mixer
Jaime Horrigan ... audio post production coordinator
Rick Jermain ... boom operator
Cory Okouchi ... boom operator / sound recordist
Adam White ... boom operator

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Cory Okouchi ... visual effects supervisor
Josef Alden Richardson ... titles

Stunts

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Carla Okouchi ... movement coach

Camera and Electrical Department

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Harrison Hart ... still photographer
Robin Nicolai ... still photographer
Cory Okouchi ... camera operator
Carl Porter ... camera operator / still photographer
Rachel Roth ... still photographer

Casting Department

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Seth Adam Kallick ... casting assistant
Ali Lukowski ... casting assistant
Sam Lukowski ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Laura Myers ... costumer / wardrobe supervisor

Other crew

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Chris Allies ... title designer
Michael Anthony Joy ... publicist
Eric Looney ... production assistant
Brandy A. Peeples ... legal counsel
Michael Regalado ... production assistant
Eduardo Sanchez ... creative consultant
Ian Wilson ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students' disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and release it as a work of his own, he loses himself and the film crew following him into his project. Written by bsus1412

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Taglines The camera doesn't lie. See more »
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  • 91 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The footage for the student film was shot in 1080 film and reuploaded through filters to create the "found footage" effect. See more »
Movie Connections Features Steep Steps: Outlines (2018). See more »

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