A family takes refuge in a fallout shelter to avoid a dangerous outbreak.

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Film Cast:

  • Ray: Alexander Skarsgård
  • Claire: Andrea Riseborough
  • Zoe: Emily Alyn Lind
  • Jillian: Heather Doerksen
  • Joey Neary: William Ainscough
  • Breather Lieutenant: David Lewis

Film Crew:

  • Costume Design: Colleen Atwood
  • Original Music Composer: David Julyan
  • Producer: Richard D. Zanuck
  • First Assistant Director: Katterli Frauenfelder
  • Production Design: James D. Bissell
  • Foley Editor: Ezra Dweck
  • Sound Effects Editor: Roland N. Thai
  • Producer: Roy Lee
  • Casting: Carmen Cuba
  • Producer: Mason Novick
  • Makeup Artist: Christopher Mark Pinhey
  • Transportation Captain: Chris Farmer
  • Post Production Supervisor: Richard Mirisch
  • Editor: Jeffrey M. Werner
  • Set Dresser: Mike Church
  • Director of Photography: Thomas Townend
  • Writer: Matt Duffer
  • Writer: Ross Duffer
  • Assistant Editor: Robert Berman
  • Executive Producer: John Powers Middleton
  • Grip: Steve Hamilton
  • Executive Producer: Sebastian Aloi
  • Foley Artist: Hilda Hodges
  • Art Direction: Harrison Yurkiw
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Joel Whist
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Stuart Haggerty
  • Costume Set Supervisor: Carolyn Bentley
  • Script Supervisor: Jessica Clothier
  • Studio Teacher: Natalie Zara Smith
  • Still Photographer: Doane Gregory
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Clayton Weber
  • Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Niall Fraser
  • Art Department Coordinator: Shannon Courte
  • Scenic Artist: Joyce Woods
  • Property Master: Bryan Korenberg
  • Hairstylist: Thom McIntyre
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Aaron Glascock
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Curt Schulkey
  • Unit Publicist: Lee Anne Muldoon
  • Picture Car Coordinator: Rick Rasmussen
  • Location Manager: Geoff Teoli
  • Scenic Artist: Franklin Leibel
  • Costumer: Dani Phelps
  • Hairstylist: Donna Bis
  • Key Hair Stylist: Sherry Linder-Gygli
  • Foley Mixer: John Sanacore
  • Costumer: Pamela Cameron
  • Transportation Coordinator: Scott Irvine
  • Special Effects: Paul Benjamin
  • Sound Mixer: Michael McGee
  • Sound Designer: Martín Hernández
  • Producer: Lawrence Grey
  • Co-Producer: Michelle Knudsen
  • Unit Production Manager: Jim Rowe
  • Scenic Artist: Derek Bobroff
  • Construction Coordinator: John Dale
  • Assistant Editor: Jeff Mee
  • Set Dresser: Audra Neil
  • Production Assistant: Brian McGee
  • Second Assistant Director: Misha Bukowski
  • ADR Mixer: Jason Oliver
  • Key Grip: Kim Olsen
  • Transportation Captain: Kelly Carlton
  • Foley Artist: Nancy Parker
  • Dolly Grip: Ryan Monro
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Hannelize Perold
  • Dolly Grip: Jack Cruikshank
  • Boom Operator: Don Brown
  • Makeup Artist: Vanessa Giles
  • Production Supervisor: Adrienne Sol
  • ADR Mixer: Eric Gotthelf
  • Assistant Location Manager: Karen Lo
  • Costume Supervisor: Jennifer Grossman
  • Costumer: Lucas Comstock
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Kimberly Buckham
  • Production Assistant: Sean Meade
  • Production Assistant: Rachel D’Ambrosio
  • Production Assistant: Josh Pickens
  • Assistant Location Manager: Vincent Dela Luna
  • Best Boy Grip: Dan Gorval
  • Generator Operator: Roger Bailey
  • Special Effects: Chris Schreier
  • Assistant Property Master: Haida Harper
  • Assistant Property Master: Kristin Shanski
  • Special Effects: Harry Garnet
  • Grip: Aaron Wik
  • Set Dresser: Elena Dresser
  • Construction Foreman: David ‘Pops’ Fukakusa
  • Studio Teacher: Danika Dinsmore
  • Set Dresser: Mike Marston
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Brian Broz
  • Production Accountant: Dale Braun
  • Assistant Location Manager: Braden Jennings
  • Grip: Toby Sobotka
  • Key Rigging Grip: Dave McIntosh
  • On Set Dresser: Cody Larson
  • Special Effects: Ron Seida
  • Production Assistant: Beth Henderson
  • Production Assistant: Juraj Slivarich
  • Production Assistant: Jon Watson
  • Production Assistant: Tj Rumpel
  • Production Assistant: Dylan Rockandel
  • Post Production Assistant: Kirstie Mattheis
  • Dialogue Editor: Terry Couturier

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > The mysteries surrounding a family hidden from the actual world.

    Probably it is not a HIDDEN gem, but will take you with a surprise. Yes, the film would do better than anybody’s expectation, well, mostly it does for sure. For such a small length film, the presentation was wonderful. The story was very simple that never required any kind of developments for its characters or the previous accounts like the film ‘The Mist’.

    It just opened with a family of three were hiding is a fallout shelter, but they never give us the reason behind it. That’s the best part, because of that mystery which was improvised to the greater level under its theme limits the film looked so good. While hidden from the outside world, it also reveals how well they’re prepared to face the threat posed by whatever out in there. A bit by bit the flashback story was told to balance the viewer’s anticipation as well as to bring the curtain to the narration.

    It is not a big cast film, but they all (three) were good. I know many people expressed disappointment over Emily Alyn Lind’s performance, I thought same as well that she did a bit over expressions in some of the scenes. Other than that, she’s a better actor that I know from her previous films. If you’re bored of watching lots of high budget superhero films, you could try this for a change. It looks like a new brother combo is on their way in the line of Coen bros and others. It was theirs first directional venture and they did a good job, but the real test begins henceforth, so I hope they only climb upwards.


  • Gimly: A great, minimalist movie, but one that probably could have made a better short film than theatrical release.

    _Final rating:★★★ – I personally recommend you give it a go._

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