British actor Colin Baker was the sixth reincarnation of the Doctor in the BBC's hit TV show ‘Doctor Who’. A distinguished stage and screen actor with appearances across prime time television.
Suzanne Shaw as 'Pam'
Two chart topping number 1 singles and 4 top ten hits. Suzanne appeared as a regular on prime time soap ‘Emmerdale’ and in 2008 she won ITV’s flagship show “Dancing on Ice”.
A regular on the west end her theatre credits include ‘Roxie Hart’ in Chicago and ‘Judy’ in White Christmas.
Tiffany Stevenson as 'Joanna'
Stand-up Comedian Tiff has appeared in BBC’s The Office, Drunk History and is a regular on Mock the Week. Tiff's latest solo show 'Mad Man' was one of the best reviewed shows at the Edinburgh Festival 2015 receiving ten 4* and 5* reviews. In 2015 The Times picked Tiff as one of their top 10 comics to watch.
Paul Foot as 'Phil'
Winner of the BBC New Stand Up Award & Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award, Paul is a regular on shows such as Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 out of 10 Cats and The Infinite Monkey Cage (BBC Radio 4).
Chris R. Wright as 'Liam'
A graduate of America’s oldest school of comedy improvisation (whose alumni includes Bill Murray, Danny Pudi and Harold Ramis) Chris has appeared on screen alongside a growing list of noteworthy British actors, such as Eddie Marsan, Warwick Davis, Kevin Eldon and Jessica Hynes.
Angela Barnes as 'Lorraine'
Angela started her comedy career by winning the 2011 BBC New Comedy Award and becoming a finalist at the 2011 Latitude Festival New Act of the Year competition. Since 2011, Angela and her witty world view have been catapulted onto numerous radio and television shows including appearances on BBC Three’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Russell Kane’s Whistle Stop Tour (BBC Radio 2), and BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show.
Writer/Director - James Eaves
Award winning writer/director, his feature credits include 35mm vampire horror “The Witches Hammer” starring Stephanie Beacham. His science-fiction horror “Bane” won the coveted Best Horror Feature award at the LA Shriekfest Film Festival.
He is also part of the Death Tales Anthology collective, having worked on both “Bordello Death Tales” and “Nazi Zombie Death Tales”. In 2014, James was selected for the Edinburgh International Film Festival Talent Lab
Producer - Laura Eaves
Her first feature as Producer was 35mm action/horror 'The Witches Hammer'. One of the lowest budget 35mm films ever produced. The film went onto be release in the UK, USA, Germany, Japan and many more. Her second feature as producer; 'Bane', went on to win the Best Horror Feature award at the LA Shriekfest Film Festival as well as playing in festivals across the globe. Laura then went onto produce both Death Tales movies taking a key role in sales and distribution.
Visual Effects by Kong VFX & Post
South Africa based effects house Kong VFX & Post, headed up by Visual Effects Supervisor Dale Pretorius. With a diverse portfolio of clients ranging from features and shorts to television productions for National Geographic, KFC and Digibank.
Special Effects by the ZBrothers
Up and coming special effects team Dean and Chris Garner have an impressive portfolio. Taking on their first feature film they intend to take the demonic possession effects to the next level. They cite influences from classics 'American Werewolf in London", "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Dawn of the Dead".
Music by Giallos Flame
Anyone familiar with vintage horror films will instantly recognize that Ron Graham, aka Giallos Flame, is an acolyte of the golden era of horror soundtrack production.
With a particular penchant for the sights and sounds of Italian Giallo. His music would sound equally at home in Napoli's Quartiere Spagnoli circa 1972 as on the streets of New York in the early 80's.
He spans hard-hitting psych rock, break-driven funk and synth-heavy ambient atmospheres that usually share a dark, brooding theme in common.