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Magnet Releasing & The Collective in association with Bloody Disgusting
Presents
A Magnet Release
V/H/S:VIRAL

Directed by Marcel Sarmiento, Gregg Bishop, Nacho Vigalondo, Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead
90 min., 1.78

FINAL PRESS NOTES


Distributor Contact:




Press Contact NY /LA/Nat’l:

Matt Cowal




Brandy Fons

Arianne Ayers




Fons PR

Magnolia Pictures




902 E. 5th Street, Suite 206

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SYNOPSIS

Fame-obsessed teens hell-bent on capturing the next viral video discover they are the stars of the next Internet sensation. \


V/H/S Viral is the third installment in the found-footage horror franchise

ABOUT THE FILM

The following synopses are in order of segment appearance in the film.

Vicious Circles” Dir. Marcel Sarmiento
Logline: As police pursue a mysterious, sinister vehicle through the streets of Los Angeles, a camera-obsessed teen joins in the chase, encountering others hell bent on capturing the next viral video
Synopsis: A police chase after a deranged ice cream truck has captivated the attention of the greater Los Angeles area. Dozens of fame-obsessed teens flock to the streets with their video cameras and camera phones, hell-bent on capturing the next viral video. But there is something far more sinister occurring in the streets of L.A. than a simple police chase. A resounding effect is created onto all those obsessed with capturing salacious footage for no other purpose than to amuse or titillate. Soon the discovery becomes that they themselves are the stars of the next video, one where they face their own death.
Dante the Great” Dir. Gregg Bishop
Logline: An aspiring magician happens upon a cloak owned by Houdini which brings him fame, money and power; all at a deadly cost.
Synopsis: Scarlett sits in an interrogation room. Across her, a Detective urges her to continue her story. As she continues, the story of Dante the Great unfolds, documentary style. Living in a dump of a trailer park in the middle of nowhere, with nothing but fickle aspirations of becoming a famous illusionist, Dante comes across a cloak rumored to have been owned by Houdini himself, a cloak powered by profound, dark forces. With the cloak in hand, all of Dante’s wishes come true: fame, women, money, and power. He becomes the most famous illusionist in the world. But his fame comes at an ungodly cost. The cloak demands payment in the form of human sacrifice. When Scarlett, his assistant, finds tapes of these gruesome murders she reports him immediately, setting off an elaborate stand-off between Dante and the Police. Spiraling deeper and deeper into a sea of murder and carnage, Dante has the tables turned on him when Scarlett takes possession of the cloak and feeds to it Dante himself. Scarlett burns the cloak and tries to move on from the past. But alas, she soon finds out that some things simply cannot be so easily escaped.

 

Parallel Monsters” Dir. Nacho Vigalondo


Logline: In the dead of the night, after long, hectic hours of working, an excited Alfonso has finally culminated his long-time project: the construction of a machine that will allow him to go through the looking-glass and meet himself at the parallel world he suspects to be at the other side. He was right: there is a specular world with a specular Alfonso in it.

They do not hesitate to exchange each other’s life, only for fifteen minutes. After all, they are but one person…


Synopsis: In the dead of the night after long, hectic hours of working, an excited Alfonso has finally achieved his long-time goal: constructing a machine that will allow him to go through the looking-glass and meet himself in the parallel world he believes to be on the other side. And he was right. There is a specular world that exists beside ours, with a perfect second Alfonso living in it and looking right at us. Hardly able to contain to their excitement, the Alfonsos decide to swap worlds for fifteen minutes. Mirror images, however, are not always what they seem and each Alfonso finds himself in a reality much different from the one left behind. Gruesome appendages, glowing predatory eyes, and brutal murder prove that some places should not be explored.
Bonestorm” Dirs. Justin Benson Aaron Moorehead
Logline: A first person POV horror-comedy about young men making a skateboard video, who are attacked by a supernatural cult while filming in an isolated ditch in Tijuana.

Synopsis Four teenagers try their hand at notoriety by making “gonzo style” skateboard videos. Kick flipping from roof tops, racing into on-coming traffic, and getting into bloody-knuckle brawls in skate parks, the foursome look to put the finishing touch on their video by skating an undiscovered ditch in Tijuana, Mexico. The hope, of course, being to film a lot of sex, drugs, and booze along the way. Their debauchery has disastrous consequences when they become the human sacrifices for a Mexican Death Cult’s ritual. As they fight viciously against the undead, a darker and more evil creature rises amongst the blood and carnage. This fight they will not be able to win.

DIRECTOR STATEMENTS

The following director’s statements are given in order of segment appearance in the film.


Vicious Circles” Dir. Marcel Sarmiento
For the third wraparound segment in V/H/S VIRAL, I wanted to try and expand the mythology a little while still staying true to the conceit of people ‘taping’ themselves. I wanted to try something that was not stationary but constantly in motion. When they approached me, I specifically pitched an idea deviating from the other two wraparounds, which were more contained and calm (which admittedly was a good juxtaposition from the bookended segments around it). However, instead, I pitched a fast past, adrenaline-fueled jolt featuring an evolving story that would keep the audience guessing, driving segments forward in clever ways. I wanted to drop the viewer into totally new environments each time, with new characters – all strangely connected by a core dilemma leading to a payoff that would include ALL the segments, past and present.  Basically the evil has "taken the show on the road", and it's infecting more people, more quickly. So instead of a single idea told in fragments between segments, I attempted to tell five very different ideas, each connected to the other, but hopefully in ways that are not completely apparent until the very end.

Dante the Great” Dir. Gregg Bishop


N/A

Parallel Monsters” Dir. Nacho Vigalondo


N/A

Bonestorm” Dirs. Justin Benson Aaron Moorehead


We approached Bonestorm as a fun piece that progresses first person POV cinema, pays tribute to the V/H/S franchise, and just generally fucks shit up. It was a labor of love for an insanely talented group of collaborators that should be watched extremely loud with a cold drink.


ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS

The following biographies are organized in order of segment appearance in the film.

Vicious Circles” Dir. Marcel Sarmiento
THE MOST NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENT MARCEL SARMIENTO ACHIEVED BEFORE COLLEGE WAS GETTING KICKED OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL AND BEING SUED BY THE UNION THAT REPRESENTED THE TEACHERS OF THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, ALONG WITH DEFAMATION LAWSUITS FROM THE PRINCIPAL AND VICE PRINCIPAL - ALL DUE TO A TINY UNDERGROUND ZINE CALLED "THE GRAVY." ALL WAS FORGIVEN ONCE FAMED LAWYER ALAN DERSHOWITZ TOOK THE CASE ON "FREEDOM OF SPEECH" GROUNDS.
WHILE ATTENDING NYU, MARCEL COLLABORATED ON A SERIES OF OFF-BROADWAY PLAYS INCLUDING "BIRTH AND AFTER BIRTH" STARRING "RENT" HEADLINER ANTHONY RAPP AND ROBERT SEAN LEONARD, AS WELL AS THE "IMPOSSIBILITY OF ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN THE FINAL MINUTES OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY" WITH ETHAN HAWKE.
DURING THIS TIME MARCEL ALSO WAS AN ASSISTANT TO DAVID LYNCH DURING HIS PRODUCTION AT THE BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC WITH "TWIN PEAKS" COMPOSER ANGELO BADALAMENTI, STARRING LAURA DERN AND NICOLAS CAGE.
AFTER DROPPING OUT OF FILM SCHOOL TWO YEARS LATER AFTER THE THESIS FILM HE PRODUCED AND CO-WROTE WON A NEW YORK UNIVERSITY FIRST RUN FESTIVAL AWARD, HE HEADED WEST AND OPTIONED A SCREENPLAY TO THE PRODUCER OF "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER", AND WAS INVITED INTO THE FOX SEARCHLIGHT DIRECTOR'S LAB.
THERE HE WROTE AND DIRECTED "IT'S BETTER TO BE WANTED FOR MURDER, THAN NOT TO BE WANTED AT ALL," STARRING ZOOEY DESCHANEL, MARCO LEONARDI, AND LAURA HARRIS. AFTER SETTING UP A FEW MORE SCREENPLAYS, MARCEL EVENTUALLY RAISED THE MONEY TO DIRECT HIS FIRST FEATURE, "HEAVY PETTING", A FUNKY AND ABSURD (HE HOPED) COMEDY STARRING MALIN AKERMAN, BRENDAN HINES, AND KEVIN SUSSMAN.

MARCEL CO-PRODUCED & DIRECTED THE COMING-OF-AGE HORROR FEATURE, "DEADGIRL", WHICH MADE IT'S US PREMIERE AT THE 2008 FANTASTIC FEST. A TEN-CITY LIMITED THEATRICAL RUN ELECTRIFIED AUDIENCES, WITH MANY CALLING IT THE WORST FILM DARED TO BE MADE, BUT OTHERS LIKE THE BOSTON GLOBE CALLING IT "ONE OF THE TOP 10 ZOMBIE MOVIES OF ALL TIME". AIN'T IT COOL NEWS ADDED, "THE THING'S PRETTY MUCH FUCKING BRILLIANT."


HIS SEGMENT FOR THE ABC'S OF DEATH, "D IS DOGFIGHT", BROUGHT HIM BACK TO TORONTO'S ACCLAIMED MIDNIGHT MADNESS SECTION AND FANTASTIC FEST IN 2012.
MARCEL WAS ALSO THE CO-AUTHOR OF THE BOOK, "THE MODERN CONMAN: HOW TO GET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING", CURRENTLY AT A BARGAIN PRICE FOR UNDER SEVEN BUCKS AT AMAZON, AND THE DISCOUNT BINS OF FINER BOOKSTORES WORLDWIDE.
Dante the Great” Dir. Gregg Bishop
Gregg Bishop started making movies with his father's Super 8 and 16mm film cameras when he was 7 years old and wrote & directed his first full-length feature at 17 years of age.
After graduating from the Production Program at USC film school, Bishop wrote & directed the $15,000 film festival smash “THE OTHER SIDE” which Premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival where it was snapped up for a theatrical release. Variety called the movie “a lean, propulsively paced supernatural thriller, packed with pulse pounding excitement”. Bishop is currently developing the movie as a TV series at Fox Studios.
He then he directed & produced “DANCE OF THE DEAD”, which had its World Premiere at the SXSW Film Festival and was hand-picked by director Sam Raimi (“SPIDERMAN”, “DRAG ME TO HELL”) for distribution through Lionsgate and Ghost House Pictures. Aint It Cool News hailed “DANCE OF THE DEAD” as “a cult classic” and Bloody-Disgusting called it “one of the best horror comedies ever made that will be remembered for years to come”.
Parallel Monsters” Dir. Nacho Vigalondo
Nacho Vigalondo is a Spanish filmmaker who has received Academy Award nomination and a Best Short Film Award nomination at the European Film Awards. Vigalondo's 2003 short film 7:35 de la Mañana received the Bronze Moon of Valencia at the Cinema Jove – Valencia International Film Festival and the Prix UIP Drama at the Drama Short Film Festival.[2]
He finished his first full length feature filmLos Cronocrímenes (English title: Timecrimes), in 2007, which he also co-starred in.[3]

Bonestorm” Dirs. Justin Benson Aaron Moorehead


The filmmaking duo known as Moorhead & Benson are a contained unit of cinematic flare and progressive conceptualization. Their blend of visually arresting VFX, vanguard editing and always-unpredictable storytelling has pushed multitudes of music videos, commercials, new media and feature films through their self-sufficient machinery: writing, directing, cinematography, editing, visual effects, color grading, whatever it takes.
Specializing in anything unique, they’ve made a career of pushing boundaries while even using modest budgets to create awe-inspiring motion pictures.  Through this method they've notably made the critically acclaimed feature Resolution, which was released theatrically through Tribeca Film and took the international film festival circuit by storm. 

CREDITS
V/H/S: Viral

DIRECTORS


Marcel Sarmiento
Gregg Bishop
Nacho Vigalondo
Justin Benson

Aaron Moorhead

WRITERS
T.J. Cimfel, David White, and Marcel Sarmiento
Gregg Bishop
Nacho Vigalondo
Justin Benson
Todd Lincoln

ANTHOLOGY CONCEPT BY


Brad Miska

PRODUCERS


Gary Binkow

Brad Miska

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Marcel Sarmiento

Zak Zeman

Tom Owen

THE COLLECTIVE PRESENTS


IN ASSOCIATION WITH BLOODY DISGUSTING

[Segments shown in order of appearance]

Vicious Circles
CAST

KEV Patrick Lawrie

GRANDMA Celia K. Milius

COP Steve Berens

SPOOKED GUY Garrett Bales

RAILING GUY Ashley Rivers

EVA Stephanie Silver

BMX #1 Charles Johnson

BMX #2 Ryan Staats

BMX #3 Robert Andrew Sallberg

BMX #4 Brad Collin

BUM Donald Taylor Knott

GABRIELLA Val Vega

CAROLINA Angela Garcia

LITTLE GIRL Vanessa Siqueiros

LITTLE GIRL Lilliana Aliyah Delahoussaye

UNCLE ALBERTO Chad Guerrero

KID Chad Guerrero Jr.

CARLOS Jorge Marquez

CESAR Steve Robles

LEWIS Gary Sugarman

LULU Noelle Ann Mabry

TAXI DRIVER Kenny Burns
STUNT COORDINATOR Ashley Rivers
STUNTS Roger Adams

Kelly Camino

Montgomery Delongpre

Doc Duhame

Chad Guerrero

Anthony Nanakornpanom

Clancy Pauntz

Meat Perkins

Ashley Rivers

DIRECTOR Marcel Sarmiento


WRITTEN BY T.J. Cimfel, David White, & Marcel Sarmiento
PRODUCERS Adam Hendricks & John Lang
PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH Crafty Apes
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Chris White
CO-PRODUCER Morgan Patterson
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Harris Charalambous

EDITED BY Phillip Blackford


PRODUCTION DESIGNERS Cindy Chao & Michele Yu
SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR/DESIGNER Phillip Blackford
FIRST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Yarden Levo

SECOND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Jessica Hendricks


ART DIRECTOR Seong-Jin “Sunny” Moon

PROP MASTER Joshua Bramer

COSTUME DESIGNER Dana Loats & Claire Parkinson

COSTUMER Dakota Keller


CASTING BY Steve Robles
HEAD OF MAKE-UP

& SPECIAL FX MAKE-UP Megan Areford

MAKE-UP FX ARTIST William Thornton

MAKE-UP FX ARTIST Julia Hapney


FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA Marshall Rao

SECOND ASSISTANT CAMERA Lauro Avila
GAFFER John Gorman

BEST BOY ELECTRIC Justin Garcia

ELECTRICIAN Paul Sartain
KEY GRIP Leonardo Ibanez

BEST BOY GRIP Frank A. Bello

GRIP Aaron Fairley

GRIP Rex Kenney

ANIMAL TRAINER Steve Berens
PRODUCTION COORDINATOR Greg Gilreath
KEY SET PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Lizzie Sam

SET PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Hannah Baker

Brittany Falardeau

Gabriela Gomez

Max Hollingshead

A.J. Lodge

Luisa Madureira Novo

Christina Strain


PRODUCTION SOUND MIXER Canaan Triplett
ON-SET PHOTOGRAPHER Steve Robles

CATERING Lori’s Kitchen


CAMERA EQUIPMENT Radiant Images

GRIP & ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Cinelease

PRODUCTION SUPPLIES Siren Studios

PICTURE VEHICLES Cinema Vehicles

PRODUCTION VEHICLES Hollywood Honeywagons
PICK-UPS CREW

FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA Cate Smierciak

GAFFER Colin Angle

KEY GRIP Jesse Vallejo

SOUND MIXER Sheraton Toyota

HAIR/MAKE-UP KT Chandler


COLORIST Harris Charalambous

VISUAL EFFECTS BY CRAFTY APES

VFX SUPERVISOR Tim LeDoux

VFX SUPERVISOR Chris LeDoux

VFX PRODUCER Jason Sanford

COMPOSITING SUPERVISOR Robin Graham

DIGITAL COMPOSITOR Ryan Bozajian

DIGITAL COMPOSITOR Mark LeDoux

DIGITAL COMPOSITOR Chloe Bostian

DIGITAL COMPOSITOR Thuy Le

DIGITAL COMPOSITOR Joshua Stevens

3D ARTIST Dirk Valk


VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR Marcel Sarmiento
ADDITIONAL VFX BY Eric Levy

Juan Cardarelli


ANALOGUE VFX Johnny Woods
ADDITIONAL ANALOGUE VFX Chris Buongiorno
VFX ARTIST Aaron Moorhead
VFX ARTIST Ron Hurley

VFX ARTIST Chris Wirth


PHONE/TV GLITCHES Marcel Sarmiento

MUSIC EDITOR Phillip Blackford

RE-RECORDING MIXER Phillip Blackford
POST PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Phillip Blackford
MUSIC

"Zeke"


Performed by David Bucci

Courtesy of David Bucci

Written by David Bucci

Published by David Bucci


"Red Sauce"

Performed by Glass Lux

Courtesy of Glass Lux

Written by Alfonso Mayen, Emily Morse

Published by Glass Lux
"El Gato"

Performed by Cory Kilduff

Courtesy of Cory Kilduff

Written by Cory Kilduff


"Symphony No.9 - chorale (4th movement)"

Courtesy of RoyaltyFreeClassicMusic.org

Written by Beethoven
SPECIAL THANKS

Roxanne Benjamin

Wes & Hillary Cookler

Adam Forstadt

Zach Osterhout

Alec Gillis

Ben Grossman

Tom & Shanna Harper

Tom Hammock

Jay Ilardo

Romy Itzigsohn

Michael Mansouri

Will Park

Pollution Studios

Rough & Tumble

Sherwin Shilati

The Thomas Family

Jen Yamato


No Animals were harmed in the making of this film.
Special thanks to Deadlydoll, LLC


DANTE THE GREAT

CAST


DANTE THE GREAT Justin Welborn

SCARLETT Emmy Argo

DETECTIVE HUGHES Dan Caudill

THEATRICAL CRITIC Nathan Mobley

CLAY Michael Aaron Milligan

BLACKSTONE John Curran

DANTE’S MOM Susan Williams

HARRY HOUDINI Randy McDowell

HOUDINI GIRL #1 Greyson Chadwick

HOUDINI GIRL #2 Amanda Baker

AS HIMSELF Blair Redford

AS HERSELF Jessica Serfaty

AS HERSELF Carrie Keagan

AS HIMSELF Cory Rouse

SWAT LEADER Stephen Caudill

GIRL IN BED Heather Hayes

GIRL IN SHOWER Jessica Luza

MAGICIAN ASSISTANT #1 Ashley Caudill

MAGICIAN ASSISTANT #2 McKinley MacLean

MAGICIAN ASSISTANT #3 Amanda Hall

MALE NEWSCASTER Mark Oliver

FEMALE NEWSCASTER Angie Dillard

DANTE’S TRAILER PARK FRIEND #1 Nick Lauinger

DANTE’S TRAILER PARK FRIEND #2 Tony Reames

DOCUMENTARY DIRECTOR Gregg Bishop
SWAT TEAM Donnie Reeves

Tony Reames

Mary Ruth Ralston

Alex Barrios

Caleb Puca

John Evenden

Carl Kyle Foster

Darren Litehiser

Mallorie Coleman

Brian DePue

Nils Onsager

Greg Hughes


BACKGROUND TALENT Eric Wagner

Angie Dillard

David Brayfield

Christa Thomas

Selma Merdanovic

Robert Hatch

Kenneth Tidwell

Tim Tidwell

David Dubov

Alana Greszata

Heather Muzio Boyle

Greg Hughes

Brandi Hughes

Carson Hughes

Colton Hughes

John Bishop


WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Gregg Bishop

PRODUCED BY Gregg Bishop

Dan Caudill

Stephen Caudill

Nils Onsager

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Chris White


DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY George Feucht
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Molly Coffee
EDITED BY Gregg Bishop

Justin Dornbush


COSTUME DESIGNER Sean Patton
MUSIC BY Kristopher Carter
CASTING BY Big Picture Casting, Inc

Jen Kelley & Rita Harrell


BEHIND THE SCENES ACQUISITION Torey Haas

Garret Dehart


STUNT COORDINATOR Brian DePue

STUNTS Mary Ruth Ralston

Caleb Puca

Alex Barrios

Heather Hayes

Carl Kyle Foster

Eric Wagner

John Evenden

Alissa Feucht

Darren Litehiser

SCARLETT STUNT DOUBLE Alissa Feucht

PHOTO DOUBLE Ashley Watkins


ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Beck Engle
FIRST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Dan Caudill
ART DIRECTOR Blake Myers

SET DECORATOR Nick Morgan

PROP MASTER Mallorie Coleman

PROP ASSISTANT Amelia Ramirez

BUYER Victoria Coffee

GRAPHIC DESIGNER Thom Stanley

ON-SET DRESSER Hilary Staff

ADDITIONAL ON-SET DRESSER Dayna Noffke

CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN Jason Tyler

CONSTRUCTION Takuro Masuda

LEADMAN Raymond Carr

GANG BOSS Liz Metz

SET DRESSERS Steven K. Greer

Amanda Nelis

Toniet Gallego

Tara K. Clark

Jason Barr

Clarke Williams

Nina A. White

Lael Pastore

Stan J. White

Aaron Marsh



WARDROBE Ashley Caudill

KEY HAIR AND MAKE-UP HEAD Fawn Ortega

SET STYLING Fawn Ortega

KEY HAIR AND MAKE-UP Zöe Bulboff

HAIR AND MAKE-UP ASSISTANT MJ Stoykewich

ADDITIONAL HAIR AND MAKE-UP Staci Gibbs

Laura Briscoe


SPECIAL EFFECTS COORDINATOR Bob Shelley’s Special Effects International Inc.

SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS HEAD Renonda Anderson

SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS ASSISTANT Kaley Wooldridge

Jenn Humphries

Skye Wulfric
CAMERA OPERATORS George Feucht

Matthew Peevy

Gregg Bishop

FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA Nick Lauinger

SECOND ASSISTANT CAMERA Tony Reames
GAFFER Matthew Peevy

KEY GRIP Neil Gordon

SWING Shane Marshall

GRIPS James Mellars

Drew Alexander

Nick Leonard

Benjamin Gravitt
SECOND UNIT DIRECTOR Nils Onsager

SECOND UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY Torey Haas

Adam Peiken

Jason Roberts

Nils Onsager

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Colleen Riley

Debra Moss

Jessica Courtney


VEHICLES PROVIDED BY Picture Cars of Atlanta
MAGICIAN CONSULTANT Dru Lozano “El Drusso”
ANIMALS BY Fabiana Lozano

PRODUCTION SOUND MIXER Lucas Clyde Courtright

Jamie Hardt
CATERING Sandy Houdeshell
VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR Gregg Bishop

VISUAL EFFECTS ARTISTS Richard Swindell

Torey Haas

Sam Balcomb

Gregg Bishop

Neil Gordon

Garrett DeHart

Fred Grant

POST- PRODUCTION SOUND SERVICES Atlas Oceanic Sound & Picture

SOUND DESIGNER Rob McIntyre

RE-RECORDING MIXER D.J. Lynch

COLORIST George Feucht


MUSIC

“Rise of the Magician”

Written and Performed by Paul Layton

SPECIAL THANKS

Chambers of Horror

Bob Shelley’s Special Effects International Inc.

Matt Green

Black Knight Martial Arts

David and Angie Brayfield

Eddie’s Trick Shop

Stacy Cason

Eleni Dermatas

Meredith Kaltz

El Drusso’s Productions

Lavon Lacey

Sue Puschak

James Logan

J. Patrick Graves

Alabama Theater for the Performing Arts

Amber Mellars

Robyn Strong

Kathi Glasscox

Brant Beene

Play Hard Gym

Day-1 Production Services

SMP Designs

Burney Pollock

Brian Crewe

John Bishop

Helen Bishop

Arika Bishop

Joe Ballarini

Andrea Von Foerster

Eric Nazarian

Mike Shaw

Trevin Matcek

Dave Meinstein

Chris Sturgeon

Siavash Farahani

Jeff Betancourt

Jon Kovel

Jeff Woodward

Jamie Hardt

Adam Peiken

Britain Lunday

Estate of Emil Baran

Lauren Vogelbaum

Keith Fitzgerald

Chris Van Meter

Stephen Wang

Tricia Gaulesky

Jay Holloway

Brian Reames

Andy Cohen

John Wiese
No Animals were harmed in the making of this film.

A BISHOP STUDIOS PRODUCTION




Parallel Monsters
CAST

MARTA Marian Álvarez

ALFONSO Gustavo Salmerón

YOUNG BOY Xavi Daura

YOUNG BOY Esteban Navarro

STUNT DOUBLE “ALFONSO” Nabuco Donosor


DIRECTOR Nacho Vigalondo


WRITTEN BY Nacho Vigalondo
PRODUCER Nahikari Ipiña

LINE PRODUCER Manuel Sánchez


DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Jon D. Domínguez
EDITOR Víctor Berlín
MUSIC Anntona
CASTING Arantza Vélez
ART DIRECTOR Noé Cabañas
FIRST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Isidro Carbajal

SECOND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Sofía Merlín


ART DIRECTOR ASSISTANTS Rafa Sanz

Arturo Artal

ART DIRECTOR ASSISTANTS DAILY Miguel Junquera

COSTUME DESIGNER Beatriz García


KEY HAIR AND MAKE-UP Ana Belén Fernández Román

FX/MAKE-UP Oscar Del Monte

Nacho Diaz

FX/ MAKE-UP ASSISTANT Cristina Malillos


ZEPPELIN DESIGNED BY Diana Lores

FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA Debora Montero

FOCUS PULLER Luis Fuentes

VIDEO ASSISTANT Alberto Rivas Orio

DIGITAL IMAGING TECHNICIAN Víctor Berlín
GAFFER Raúl Pérez

ELECTRICIANS Manuel Gago

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Clara Gómez- Aragón

Sara E. Garcia Criado

SET PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Ruth Martĺn Sánchez

SCRIPT SUPERVISOR Julia Guillén

LOCATION MANAGER Sofía Merlín

PRODUCTION SOUND MIXER Sergio López

BOOM OPERATOR
ON-SET PHOTOGRAPHER Mario Martín

VISUAL EFFECTS BY EFE - X

VISUAL EFFECTS Jorge Torrens

ON-LINE EDITOR Jon D. Dominguez


SOUND DESIGNER Roberto Fernández
SUBTITLES 36 Caracteres
LIGHTING PROVIDED BY Mariano Cádenas

CAMERA PROVIDED BY Moriarti

EXTRAS CASTING TEMPS

LEGAL UMER & CO

SPECIAL THANKS

José María Benítez

Sara E. García Criado

Marina Navone

Barabra Mingo
A SAYAKA PRODUCCIONES, SL PRODUCTION
Bonestorm
CAST

DANNY Nick Blanco

JASON Chase Newton

TAYLOR (CAMERA GUY) Shane Bradey

GAS MONEY KID Peter Villalba

CHANTING MAN David Castro

HAG-LIKE WOMAN Alexandra Besore

ROLLERBLADING MARINE Justin Benson

ROLLERBLADING MARINE’S BUDDY Aaron Moorhead

SKULLFACES Conrad Pratt

Jonez Jones

Angel Sala

Michael Flores

Alexander Belden

GIRL IN PARK Rachel Wixom

SECURITY GUARD Destorm Power

GUY ON ROOF Yahel Dooley

BUM John Oravec

GUY IN JEEP Some Other Guy

CHANTING MAN’S VOICE Donal Thomas-Cappello

HISPANIC MAN VOICE Isaac Rubio

HISPANIC WOMAN VOICE Ela Aldrete


DIRECTOR Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead


WRITTEN BY Justin Benson
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Chris White
PRODUCER David Lawson

Justin Benson

Aaron Moorhead

Theo Brooks


ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Vincent Cupone

Sten-Kristian Saluveer


PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Ryan Leonard

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Aaron Moorhead


PRODUCTION DESIGNER Jason Fijal

ASST. PRODUCTION DESIGNER Danny Garcia


FIRST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR David Lawson

PROP MASTER Michael Poudrier


WARDROBE SUPERVISOR Laura Ortiz

WARDOBE ASSISTANT Andie McMahon
KEY HAIR AND MAKE-UP Lacie Guzman

2nd MAKE-UP ARTIST Karisa Preto


MAKE-UP EFFECTS CREATED & DESIGNED BY Vincent Guastini Productions Effects

& Design Studio

SPECIAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR Vincent Guastini

HEAD SCULPTORS Mikey Rotollo

Josh Wasylink

MINIATURE CONSTRUCTIONS Vincent Guastini

DESIGN & CONCEPTS Joshua Ballze

MOLD TECHNICIANS Steven Winsett

Evan Campbell

Ted Cary

PUPPETEERS Joshua Ballze

Vincent Guastini

ON -SET MAKE-UP & APPLICATIONS Vincent Guastini

Joshua Balaze

Ted Cary
FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA Will Sampson

2nd ASSISTANT CAMERA Idan Menin


GAFFER Matt Hingstman

VISUAL EFFECTS GAFFER Steven G. Martinez


DIGITAL IMAGING TECHNICIAN Michael Felker
2nd UNIT DIRECTOR Julian Higgins
2nd UNIT DP Will Sampson

2nd UNIT AC Brian Barrow

ACTION DIRECTOR Vincent Cupone

KEY OFFICE PRODUCTION ASSIST. Alex Belden

KEY SET PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Allan Recinos

PRODUCTION SOUND MIXER Oskar Salas


ON-SET PHOTOGRAPHER Steven G. Martinez
TRANSPORT CAPTAIN John Oravec

SET MEDIC Jeff Ostray

VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR Aaron Moorhead

ADDITIONAL VFX PROVIDED BY Alchemical Response Team

COMPOSITOR Michael Matzur

FROST FX Marko Post

Andres Kluge

Evgeny Kovalev


EDITED BY Michael Felker

Justin Benson

Aaron Moorhead
SOUND DESIGNER/ MIXER Yahel Dooley
GRIP & ELECTRIC PROVIDED BY SirReel

CAMERA PROVIDED BY Stray Angel

Will Sampson

Marcel Sarmiento

CAMD Rentals
SOUND EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY Atomic Sound

PRODUCTION TRUCKING/ SUPPLIES SirReel


MUSIC SUPERVISOR Garret Morris

"Hugs and Kisses"

Performed by Cage

Courtesy of Cage/Definitive Jux Records

Written by Sean Martin, Christian Palko

Published by Brass City Music, Agent Alex Music


"Puerto Rican Rum"

Performed by T-Shirt

Courtesy of T-Shirt

Written by George Tryfonos, Michael Gibson, Garret Morris

Published by Rockwell Music Publishing, Michael Gibson, Black Watch Industries
"Fat Kids Need An Anthem"

Performed by Cage

Courtesy of Cage/Definitive Jux Records

Written by Christian Palko, Kevin Mckeown

Published by Brass City Music, Agent Alex Music
"We Don't Play"

Performed by Soulebrity

Courtesy of GMNY Cartel

Written by Dante Stevenson, Manny Silva

Published by Black Watch Industries
SPECIAL THANKS

Eric Beren / Dzignlight Studios

Jumbo’s Clown Room

Chris Palko

Nate Bolotin

Secret Headquarters

Sten-Kristian Saluveer

FROST FX


Brad Hawkins // FXElements.com

Transport Skate Shop

Dan Martinez

AN AM FILMS, LLC PRODUCTION

THIS MOTION PICTURE IS PROTECTED UNDER LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES AND OTHER COUNTRIES. UNAUTHORIZED DUPLICATION, DISTRIBUTION OR EXHIBITION MAY RESULT IN CIVIL LIABILITY AND CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.
All events, characters and films depicted in this motion picture are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or to actual events or films is purely coincidental.
© Copyright 2014 8383 PRODUCTIONS LLC
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