The Revenant (2009)
Director: D. Kerry Prior
Writer(s): D. Kerry Prior
Starring: David Anders, Chris Wylde, Louise Griffiths, Jacy King, Eric Payne, Bernardo Badillo, Theda Reichman, Richard Reichman, Wally White, Floyd Van Buskirk, Mark Elias, Zoë Simpson Dean, David St. James, Frante Foggie, Kevin Lyons, Aaron Kahn, Ken Martin, Scott Hoover, Ashley-Elizabeth Green, Joe Dioletto, Matthew Serrano, Felina Britton, Jensen Liu, Alberto Santillán, Stacy Glassgold, Yvette Freeman, Ralph Richeson, Robert Axelrod, Mike Rad, Emiliano Torres, Mike G., Ruben Ferrer, Vinni Ali’l Mesa, Grifon Aldren, Clint Jung, Cathy Shim, Twain Taylor, David Ury, Beau Clark, Tina-Elena Martinez, Jennifer Holloway, Andre Alexsen, Jonathan Mangum, Kristyn Burtt, Jennifer Costa, David Ross Paterson, Amy Correa, Ciro Suarez, Colin Follenweider, Braxton Davis, Bobby King, Marque Ohmes, Annie Abbott, Ben Lin, John Maynard, Don Pugsley, Philipp Lawrence Durand, Marcia Loring, Jeff Rector, Codaway King, William Conboy, Jay Hausman, Grant Sholders, Jerry Pennington, Ron Smith, Catalina Filip, Martha Beaver, Darius Gutridge, Buakai Tonyala, Johnny Surinarinte, Stephen Dewindt, George Beavers, Dorothy Chechi, Zettie Ronistal, Leticia Vazquez, Anwar Junied, Luz Landeros, June Avilez, Jorge Aguirre, Kraig Smith, Raffi Rapelian, Harold Land, Demetrios Prevezanos, Terry Sartin, Jackson Dowd, Jamieson Dowd, Arthur Ocull, Dale Hendon, Michael Rosanova, Brice Harris, Katie Horning, Ryan Harrison, Anne Arles, Suzan Averitt, Brooke Bickford, Don Dunn
Synopsis: In Los Angeles, a fallen soldier who has joined the ranks of the living dead reunites with his best friend in order to deal with the city’s drug dealers and killers – a perfect way to collect the blood that one of them so desperately needs.
Release Date: August 24, 2012 (USA) | Length: 117 min | Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Zombies | MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language, some drug use, sexual content and graphic nudity.
Note: Premiered at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival on August 16, 2009. Above is the US theatrical release date.