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A serial killer masquerades as a preacher in order to prey on women. His last wife may have committed suicide and his current wife is sick. Single mom Trish and her daughter move to town and... See more »

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Trish Wells
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DJ
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Siena Wells (as Angelica Briones)
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Betsey
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Detective Leslie Mann
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Carol
Violette Wagener ...
Siena at age 5
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George
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Jim
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Officer Eddie Miller
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Junior Minister
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Kel
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John Wells
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Biker Dude
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Buddy #1
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Buddy #2
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Bouncer
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Hiker #1
Neftali Jimenez ...
Hiker #2
Damone P. Jackson ...
Car Driver
Dominic Fernandez ...
Waiter
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Crime Scene Investigator
Tiffany Kristie Cruz ...
Jewel
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Gus
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Detective (uncredited)
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Nurse (uncredited)
Dennis Nicomede ...
Detective (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jose Montesinos

Written by

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Koichi Petetsky ... (screenplay) (as Koichi Pesetsky)

Produced by

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Paul Bales ... co-producer
David L. Garber ... associate producer
David Michael Latt ... producer
David Rimawi ... executive producer
Kristopher Wynne ... line producer

Music by

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Christopher Cano
Chris Ridenhour

Cinematography by

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Rafael Leyva

Film Editing by

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Jose Montesinos
Josh Toomey

Editorial Department

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Maria Cardoza ... closed captioning coordinator / credits contract coordinator
David Courtice ... Director of Post
Tiffany Kristie Cruz ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Scotty Mullen

Production Design by

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Jason Thirlaway

Art Direction by

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Brooks Fairley

Costume Design by

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Shay Bacher

Makeup Department

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Shirley Do ... assistant makeup artist
Mariah Kraft ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Terrence Kiriokos ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Aubrey Lee Glover ... second second assistant director
Buzz Hughes ... second assistant director
Glenn Miller ... first assistant director (as Glenn R. Miller)
Shelby Murphy ... second second assistant director
Bashir Taylor ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Eric Snyder ... property master (as Eric Allan Snyder)

Sound Department

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Michael Hardman ... adr recordist / foley editor
Brian Hawlk ... sound recordist
Lisa Ries ... supervising sound editor
J. Bradley Whitman ... foley editor (as J. Whitman)

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Tammy Klein ... compositor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Brent Bailey ... best boy electric
Max Erwin ... best boy
Joshua George ... grip
Cristina Guzmán ... second assistant camera
Ben Lawson ... key grip
Kurt Nolen ... steadicam
Christopher P. Purdy ... grip (as Christopher Purdy)
Steven Shea ... still photographer
Ari Silver ... grip
Max Sun ... digital imaging technician
Sam Trave ... grip
Alex van Putten ... first assistant camera

Casting Department

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Bryan Dietzman ... casting associate

Other crew

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Leah Alvarez ... production assistant
Kevin Burnette ... production assistant (as Kevin W. Burnett)
Casandra Cisneros ... production coordinator
Rudy Gonzalez ... production assistant
Maeve Harris ... worldwide sales associate
Anna Rasmussen ... development coordinator
Joe Roche ... production assistant

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Also Known As
  • Un homme entre ma fille et moi (France)
  • Brightside
  • Al servizio del male (Italy)
Runtime
  • 89 min
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Trivia Body count: 3. See more »
Goofs In the car crash, the SUV has hit a tree at a significant speed. Neither airbag is deployed, the passenger was not wearing her seat belt, had facial cuts, and the windshield is not cracked. In a frontal impact as shown, the airbag would deploy. If it did not, and the passenger was not wearing her seat belt, her face and head would have hit and broken the windshield. The crash and injuries shown could not have happened as depicted. See more »
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