|Directed by||David Gregory|
|Produced by||Daryl Tucker
|Written by||John Cregan
|Music by||Mark Raskin
|Cinematography||Brian Rigney Hubbard|
|Distributed by||Dark Sky Films|
While on holiday in the Irish countryside, a dysfunctional family encounters a village of deformed and homicidal residents. These residents are mostly mutant children, to whom death is all fun and games.
- Josslyn DeCrosta – Molly Monohan
- Erica Rhodes – Jessica Monohan
- David Lombard – Jerry Monohan
- Lindsay Goranson – Annette Rothman
- James Warke – Robin
- Catherine McMorrow – Agnes Brawney
- Elizabeth Bove – Sheila
- Michael Donaldson – Chap
The film is the first own directed film from Dark Sky Films and was the feature film debut for director David Gregory.
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