Cast

Keith Brooks has appeared on such shows as "The Walking Dead" and "Constantine". His short film Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday, has over 1,800,000 youtube views. He makes regular convention appearances and recently completed directing his own debut film "Dick Ball".

Keith Brooks has appeared on such shows as "The Walking Dead" and "Constantine". His short film Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday, has over 1,800,000 youtube views. He makes regular convention appearances and recently completed directing his own debut film "Dick Ball".

Keith Brooks (Izzy)

David Yow is known across the globe as the fiercely passionate lead singer for his band The Jesus Lizard. Kurt Cobain cited David as one of his biggest influences and insisted that The Jesus Lizard share a split 7" record with Nirvana. In the last several years, Yow has been repeatedly sought out by directors to appear in their films. His body of work is constantly expanding and his acting abilities are continually strengthening.

David Yow is known across the globe as the fiercely passionate lead singer for his band The Jesus Lizard. Kurt Cobain cited David as one of his biggest influences and insisted that The Jesus Lizard share a split 7" record with Nirvana. In the last several years, Yow has been repeatedly sought out by directors to appear in their films. His body of work is constantly expanding and his acting abilities are continually strengthening.

David Yow (Orick)

Rachel's bio

Rachel's bio

Rachel Gibbs (The Waitress)

Melissa Saint-Amand was raised in a small town in Georgia. She is a recent graduate of Rider University, and now maintains an active working career, having already completed her first feature film within sixth months of graduation. She is now enjoying the crazy and wonderful adventure of life as a working actress in New Orleans.

Melissa Saint-Amand was raised in a small town in Georgia. She is a recent graduate of Rider University, and now maintains an active working career, having already completed her first feature film within sixth months of graduation. She is now enjoying the crazy and wonderful adventure of life as a working actress in New Orleans.

Melissa Saint-Amand (Rose/Pandora)

Born in Manchester, England, Mark and his family moved stateside to Tennessee in the summer of 1992. After a brief spell working as a bricklayer, Mark relocated to Atlanta in 1997 where he garnered a deep appreciation for the craft of acting under the tutelage of Michael H. Cole.

Born in Manchester, England, Mark and his family moved stateside to Tennessee in the summer of 1992. After a brief spell working as a bricklayer, Mark relocated to Atlanta in 1997 where he garnered a deep appreciation for the craft of acting under the tutelage of Michael H. Cole.

Mark Ashworth (Edgor)

Brian Bremer was born in Hickory, North Carolina and attended Pepperdine University on a full theater scholarship. There, he appeared as Bunt Wallace in the cult hit "Pumpkinhead", directed by Stan Winston. He went onto star in a string of innovative horror and science fiction films, including the controversial "Society" and "Silent Night Deadly Night V" for director Brian Yuzna and Tobe Hooper's "Spontaneous Combustion". During his time in Los Angeles, Brian also appeared as recurring character Milo Trump on the CBS television series, "TV 101". In 1994, Brian moved to Atlanta, GA and wrote lyrics and performed as lead singer for the band, "Elijuun Zoo", performing at the 1996 Olympic Games. Brian is a founding member of Sketchworks Theater, Atlanta's longest running, consistently producing original sketch comedy theater.  Recent film credits include Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married", "Good Neighbor", and "Stroke of Genius", and he can be found on TV on "Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns" and "House of Payne", and as recurring characters on BET's "The Rickey Smiley Show" and Sundance TV's "Rectify".  Brian is has worked in casting and production, serving as casting producer, associate producer, and executive producer on regional and national broadcast campaigns as well as his own original web series, "The Drunks", for Funny or Die. He is also a recognizable national voice talent, with clients including Time Warner Cable, Verizon Wireless, Disney Parks, and more.

Brian Bremer was born in Hickory, North Carolina and attended Pepperdine University on a full theater scholarship. There, he appeared as Bunt Wallace in the cult hit "Pumpkinhead", directed by Stan Winston. He went onto star in a string of innovative horror and science fiction films, including the controversial "Society" and "Silent Night Deadly Night V" for director Brian Yuzna and Tobe Hooper's "Spontaneous Combustion". During his time in Los Angeles, Brian also appeared as recurring character Milo Trump on the CBS television series, "TV 101". In 1994, Brian moved to Atlanta, GA and wrote lyrics and performed as lead singer for the band, "Elijuun Zoo", performing at the 1996 Olympic Games. Brian is a founding member of Sketchworks Theater, Atlanta's longest running, consistently producing original sketch comedy theater.  Recent film credits include Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married", "Good Neighbor", and "Stroke of Genius", and he can be found on TV on "Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns" and "House of Payne", and as recurring characters on BET's "The Rickey Smiley Show" and Sundance TV's "Rectify".  Brian is has worked in casting and production, serving as casting producer, associate producer, and executive producer on regional and national broadcast campaigns as well as his own original web series, "The Drunks", for Funny or Die. He is also a recognizable national voice talent, with clients including Time Warner Cable, Verizon Wireless, Disney Parks, and more.

Brian Bremer (Erebus)

Baby Norman is an actress and producer, known for The End, The Miracle (2012) and Zombie Dickheads in Time Insensitive (2014). A former dancer for Prince, she first gained national exposure as a finalist on the WB TV series “Pop Stars” and has also worked with an all star cast of hit-making producers including C. Tricky Stewart, Ford, and Hitstreet. Her group Roxxi toured all over Europe and opened for groups such as Destiny's Child and 112.  Since branching out into acting,  she has landed lead roles in numerous films, most of which as the lead actress. Baby has also been in several TV shows, commercials, web series and continues to regularly work as a model.

Baby Norman is an actress and producer, known for The End, The Miracle (2012) and Zombie Dickheads in Time Insensitive (2014). A former dancer for Prince, she first gained national exposure as a finalist on the WB TV series “Pop Stars” and has also worked with an all star cast of hit-making producers including C. Tricky Stewart, Ford, and Hitstreet. Her group Roxxi toured all over Europe and opened for groups such as Destiny's Child and 112.  Since branching out into acting,  she has landed lead roles in numerous films, most of which as the lead actress. Baby has also been in several TV shows, commercials, web series and continues to regularly work as a model.

Baby Norman (Galatea)