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The Rage (13-Jul-2007)

Director: Robert Kurtzman

Writers: Robert Kurtzman; John Bisson

Music by: Midnight Syndicate, composed by Edward Douglas

Producers: Anne Kurtzman; Matt Jerrams; Gary Jones; Robert Kurtzman; John Bisson

Keywords: Horror, Virus, Experiment Gone Awry

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Andrew Divoff
Actor
2-Jul-1955   Wishmaster
Misty Mundae
Actor
16-Oct-1979   Spiderbabe

CAST

Andrew Divoff   ...   Dr. Viktor Vasilienko
Misty Mundae   ...   Kat
Ryan Hooks   ...   Josh
Sean Serino   ...   Pris
Rachel Scheer   ...   Olivia
Anthony Clark   ...   Jay
Christopher Nelson   ...   Larry
and
Reggie Bannister   ...   Uncle Ben
Angela Gasparec   ...   Cheating Girl
Matt Jerrams   ...   The Commander
Alan Tuskes   ...   Gor
Charles Price   ...   Gooey
Sean Rodgers   ...   Gimp Cage Freak
Carl Hunnell   ...   Squib Head Freak
Louie Kurtzman   ...   Louie
Sadie Kurtzman   ...   Sadie
Jillian McLaughlin   ...   Shelly
Matt Jerrams   ...   Mathius
John Grabach   ...   Teenage Viktor
Connor Kurtzman   ...   Young Viktor
Stephen Kurtzman   ...   Party Official
Bud Moffett   ...   Brutal Guard
Brian Demski   ...   Nasty Guard
David Greathouse   ...   Prison Medic
Philip R. Garrett   ...   Russian Chief of Police
Jeff Jones   ...   Russian Police Officer
Tony Dotson   ...   Doctor of Torture
Connie Cadwell   ...   Nurse of Torture
Mushroomland   ...   Rave Band
Cassie Truskowski   ...   Miss Pussykatt

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