USA 2021 (segments: 2005 / 2007 / 2009)
Ben Dixon, Stacey Dixon, Vaton Hadley for Bloody Moon Films
directed by Ben Dixon
starring wraparound segment: James Patterson, Mark Henry, Tracey West, Stacey Dixon; segment Wolfsbayne: Gunnar Hansen, Ben Dixon, Jeff Wyatt Wilson, Jim O'Rear, Neil Derington, Debbie Rochon, Linnea Quigley, Reggie Bannister, Lloyd Kaufman, Tabitha Warren, Roxanne Benjamin, Priscilla Iden, Billy Davis, Ricky B., William J. Burkett, Donald Nuessle, Timba Booth, Don Corn, Ted Alderman, Bob Dellaposta, James Darrell Pope, David Reimens; segment Shudder: Tricia Cast, Gunnar Hansen, Edwin Neal, Sydnee Riley, Bob Dellaposta, Tiffany Shepis, William J. Burkett, David Chattam, John Dugan, Jim O'Rear, Chris Scheele, Tabitha Warren, Clay Brocker, Stacey Dixon, Mark Harrington, Joseph Baskin, Kenneth Fletcher, Danny Carter; segment Old Habits Die Hard: Kane Hodder, Tricia Cast, Stacey Dixon, Jim O'Rear, Roger Hewlett, Audrey Marie Warren, Scott Russell, Megan Kapun, Karina Soya, Ben Dixon, Anna Gill, Tristan Kelley, Doyle James, George Greenshaw
written by Ben Dixon (wraparound segment), Ben Dixon & Jim O'Rear (segment Wolfsbayne), Ben Dixon & C.H. Brocker (segment Shudder), Ben Dixon & Vaton Hadley (segment Old Habits Die Hard), music by John Mears, Nathan Whitehead, Roy Mayorga, special makeup effects by Stacey Dixon, Ben Dixon, Mark Harrington, Luna FX
- Wolfsbayne: Detectives Chaney (Jim O'Rear) and Florey (Neil
Derrington) are sent into the middle of nowhere, rural USA, to
investigate some particularly gruesome murders that might have been
committed by either man or beast. Soon our heroes find out that the
only explanation to all of this is the killers being werewolves -
which is problematic enough in itself, but even more so as one of our
cops is actually in league with the werewolves ...
Debbie Rochon plays one of the werewolf's earliest victims, Linnea
Quigley the town prostitute, Lloyd Kaufman the local coroner, and
Gunnar Hansen a werewolf leader in flashbacks.
- Shudder: Sophie (Tricia Cast) has been placed in an asylum
for the criminally insane for having killed her daughter and burned
down their home, and she claims to have heard voices that told her so
and that her daughter was possessed by a demon - all excuses bound to
not really fly, especially when they come from a religious zealot who
has previously been admitted to psychiatric care by her own father
(Gunnar Hanson) for behaving violent towards her daughter. But of
course, what she says is closer to the truth than anyone would care to
- Old Habits Die Hard: Jonah (Kane Hodder) and Rendle (Jim
O'Rear) run the local mortuary - where they, under the guidance of
their strict mother (Tricia Cast) take apart corpses for food, rob
them of their valuables, and do pretty much anything to make their own
life more comfortable. And sister Allison (Stacey Dixon) also somehow
helps with the "family business" by cruising the local bars
and bring home hapless victims for some promised sexual recreation,
but instead killing them for food. They're also helped by their
cousin, Sheriff Jim (Roger Hewlett), who's just too good at hushing
things up - well, until Detective Durant (Scott Russell) hits down to
investigate a missing person case ...
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Basically, Death Breed is a collection of three edited down
feature films by director Ben Dixon from 2005 to 2009 - so the individual
segments might not always live up to 2021 standards for purely technical
reasons. But that aside, this is just cool horror entertainment, with
suspense, violence, gore, but also hints of macabre humour in all the
right places to keep one entertained, rolled into a trio of solid genre
stories, neither of which might re-invent the wheel but all of them are
good at what they're doing - and they're all lined with cool casts
including many horror faves. And the outcome of this is just good genre
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