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Sleep Eaters (2017)

A year after the events of the first film, SLEEP EATER (2016) we follow Rachel Stephens who is trying to uncover the truth behind the unspeakable "Cannibal" Kelly Anderson murders that ... See full summary »

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Shane Grant

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Shane Grant
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Credited cast:
Tony Bennett Tony Bennett ... Mad Dog
Craig Capone Craig Capone ... Eljiah O'Bannon
Bill Cassinelli Bill Cassinelli ... Quinn Rogers
Starr Ferris Starr Ferris ... Rachel Stephens
Pete Haase ... Mercenary Leader
Dennis Hamrick Dennis Hamrick ... Rachel's Father
Opie Helstrom Opie Helstrom ... Bobby
Dave Isaac Dave Isaac ... Nelson Reed
Curtis Lusk Curtis Lusk ... One-Eye
Jessi Mallory Jessi Mallory ... Elvis
William McDonough III ... Reggie
Ruth Phelps Ruth Phelps ... Nurse Rancid
Alex Pratt Alex Pratt ... Hugh Erickson
Tim Pugliese Tim Pugliese ... Hazmat Leader
Danielle Roussel Danielle Roussel ... Bethany Anderson
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A year after the events of the first film, SLEEP EATER (2016) we follow Rachel Stephens who is trying to uncover the truth behind the unspeakable "Cannibal" Kelly Anderson murders that happened in her town of Bangor, Maine. Meanwhile, Kelly Anderson who is now on the run from the law, and with a bounty on his head finds himself in the middle of a war between a lonely man, Reggie and a family of gun-toting lunatics. When their blood-soaked paths cross, we uncover a world filled with more terror, more gore, and a diabolical doctor who has a "cure" and plenty of patients to experiment on. Written by Cemetery Theater

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USA

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English

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April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Cemetery Theater See more »
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Tony Bennett (Mad Dog) and Turtle Deals (Elvis), two members of the Erickson family may also be recognized from the show Down East Dickering that aired on the History Channel for 2 Seasons from April 2014, to January 2015. See more »

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Actor Bill Cassinelli kept cutting his hair throughout production, making it impossible to keep the same "look." In one scene, he is obviously wearing a wig. See more »

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It was so much better then what I expected!
1 December 2017 | by videodromechickSee all my reviews

I was one of the lucky hundred or so people to attend the world premiere of SLEEP EATERS from Cemetery Theater in Orono, Maine on November 17th.

I had heard about the film on the local news and radio an quickly looked up the team of filmmakers and actors on youtube. I watched some of the short films, both comedy and horror and absolutely loved their style.

The film is a followup to a short they made a few years ago called SLEEP EATER. It was free on youtube leading up to the event so I got to find out exactly who these characters were, but I don't think you have to see the first film to be entertained by this one.

My immediate thought was how impressive the film looked considering the budget. We are talking shoe-string budget and the actors were all great. I was surprised how big the cast was for such a small film. They all did really good jobs. I especially liked the guy who played Reggie and Kelly. Their scenes were my favorite.

The winks and nods to the first film are through out the sequel and I caught most of them I think. Everything from the pie, to the hypnotherapist missing his fingers and one of the main characters best friends dirty joke. It was all great.

The fx were really top notch. I don't know how they pulled off all that blood and gore on a small budget and got some of those people to do the things they did on camera. I am kind of jealous I missed the extras casting call on this one.

The director Shane Grant was on hand with some of the cast & crew and he seemed like a real fun person to be around. All of them seemed like they had a lot of great times making this film and their smiles on their faces showed that. Some great stories and anecdotes were shared after the screening. There was an after party and I wish I could have came to party with some of the sleep eaters cast.

So overall, the film was so much better then what I expected. of course it had some sound problems here and there, but I was informed it was a rough version of the film and still needed some additional work. I cant wait for it to come out on blu-ray so I can show it to some of my horror fan friends.

long live sleep eaters !!!


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