The Cast

Porcelain Dalya as Penta

Dalya was born in a hospital at a very young age. Adopted by mermaids and clowns, she wanted to grow up to be a bearded lady. Sadly, due to a chemical plant spill into the ocean, that did not happen. Instead, she went into burlesque. Dalya is known for her work on Ten (2014), for which she received a Best Actress award at TerrorCon Film Fest, as well as Dear Moon (2013), and slews of music videos.

Shaun Callaghan as Adam

Shaun is lead singer and guitarist for Boston band Give Zombies The Vote. Shaun is probably best known as the guy who sang metal to his cat, Bill Murray, on Youtube. Previous work includes the short horror-comedy Dark Roast (2014), M is For Mundane (2013), the satirical trailer John Smith (2013), and the upcoming A Favor.

Diana Porter as Dr. Jupiter

Diana has carved out an interesting film career for herself in a short time; she is excited to be making a splash in the New England indie film scene. Diana has taken on a number of diverse roles in the past year, including her award-winning turn in the short Devil May Care (2013).

Maria Natapov as Paula

Born in Moscow, Russia, Maria came to the US with her family when she was 8 years old. Half-way through graduate school for architecture, she realized that her heart wasn't in it and she needed to tell stories. That was a couple of years ago and she's been acting ever since, never looking back.

Ella Martin as Grace

Ella is a pint-sized horror fan, excited to be working on a feature that involves real makeup. She is making two cupcakes a day on Penta.

Tim Crowley as Delivery Guy

Has looked into the deadlights. Has Slept on Elm St. Has walked the streets of Arkham. Has camped at Crystal Lake. No horror can match that of waking life.

The Crew

{Alpha Order}

Laura Ceredona Production Design

Natalia de La Torre Costume Consultant

Liz Gagakis Production Assistant

Dan McGahey Sound

Bryan McKay Cinematographer/Editor

Trinidy Patterson Assistant Director

AJ Rahn Producer

Andrea Wolanin Writer/Director

Photos from the Set

Behind the Scenes.


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