Peter play's the very troubled George in our movie. He hasn't been acting for a great length of time but has done us proud. We really couldn't have cast better for this part. He portrayed the character beautifully in all of his twisted awfulness and vulnerability.
Melanie Margaret Howd
I have no clue why Melanie Margaret Howd isn't a star, I mean that!! She absolutely smashed this role. She was perfect casting. She's a lovely lass and will put her heart and soul into her part. Hire her NOW!
Martin Daniel Smith
Martin is one of those people that everyone knows and everyone likes. I couldn't have made this film without him. He' played a villain in this move and played it well.
Role: D.S. Carter
James is a great actor and has been very under use in this movie. Had we met earlier I would have given him more lines. He also gets the award for best death scene. He dies brilliantly.
Role: D.I. Jack Sandford
Elliot is an extremely talented actor and make-up/practical effects guy. There's literally nothing he can't turn his hand to. Like James, Elliot is underused in this role and I wish I'd given him more lines.
Sarah plays Mother from Georges childhood. She is in the opening scene of the movie and key to what's going on.
Graham is a professional actor and has been in many films. We're Lucky to have an actor of his calibure in the cast. He plays Father on this occassion and dies well.
Lewis Purdy Proudfoot
Lewis is completely new to acting. I met his mother on the set of a friend of mines film; she put him forward and he red for the part. I was impressed.
An Independent Film by John Stockton
George and Mother live in very different worlds; they have a complicated past, an interesting present and when Marty comes calling a potentially violent future.
No one's an easy target if they have enough to lose!