|Directed by||Paddy Breathnach|
|Produced by||Simon Bosanquet|
|Written by||Spence Wright|
Andrew Lee Potts
|Distributed by||Starz Entertainment|
|Release dates||August 22, 2008|
|Running time||82 minutes|
Freakdog is a 2008 horror film by Paddy Breathnach, that originally went under the title Red Mist.
The film circles around four medical students who, while out partying one night, spike the drink of an unknowing and loner hospital janitor Kenneth nicknamed "Freakdog"; it turned out that while partying he had epilepsy and went into an epileptic seizure before falling and hitting his head. While he also had drank some alcohol spiked with drugs that one of the medical students had swiped from the hospital, he had lost enough oxygen to his brain after he had fallen and hit his head from the seizure to fall into a deep coma. The students, not wanting to be involved or else risk their futures for their crime, abandon his body on a road in front of the hospital and drove off as fast as they can, hoping someone will come across his body and help him. When they learn about his condition becoming fatal, one of the students (Arielle Kebbel) attempts to revive him using an experimental drug. The result has horrible and unintended consequences which leads to the colleague having out of body experiences that seem to possess the students who poisoned him and abandoned him, which he is using as means to exact vengeance by possessing their bodies and through them, framing them for murdering each other while they desperately find a way to stop him.
- Arielle Kebbel as Katherine
- Sarah Carter as Kim
- Andrew Lee Potts as Kenneth, the janitor, cruelly nicknamed "Freakdog"
- Stephen Dillane as Doctor Harris
- Alex Wyndham as Jake
- Katie McGrath as Harriet
- Martin Compston as Sean
- Michael Jibson as Steve
- MyAnna Buring as Shelby
- Colin Stinton as Detective Cartert
- Nick Hardin as Walt
- Michael J. Reynolds as Dr Stegman
- Sarah Boyd Wilson as Vanessa
- Emmett J. Scanlan as Stranger
The film received a limited cinema release and reviews of the film were generally poor. Rotten Tomatoes gave it only 8% based on twelve reviews.
The film premiered on 22 August 2008 as part of the UK Fright Fest.
Home media 
The DVD and Blu-ray was released on February 10, 2009 in the United States. In the UK and Ireland, the film was released on 3 July 2009 as Red Mist.