On the darkest night of the year, when Satan is allowed free reign to walk the earth, a motley crew of Satanists kidnap a sharp tongued southern waitress to be a given up as the Dark One's bride and mortal host of the antichrist. But when her rowdy redneck friends botch up the ritual in a violent rescue attempt, all power of hell is inadvertently transferred into the most unlikely of hosts: a sacrificed chicken! Now, the Satanists and Rednecks battle one another as an evil most fowl threatens to swallow their souls and transform them into a demonic army of the walking dead! Who will survive the terror of Zombeak!? —Anonymous



Melissa K. Gilbert - Melissa

JimmyLee Smith - Max

Nathan Standridge - Fasmagger

Jason Von Stein - Bobby Ray


Barry Bishop - Samual

Adam Morris - Gideon

Daryl Wilcher - Leviathan

Tracy Yarkoni - Vascara


Micheal Jenks - Angry Customer

Tarjatta Rose - Lorraine

Haley Ruth Sands - Cooters waitress (as Haley Ruth)

Doug Walker - Razor

Susan Waters - Cherry

Illya Allman - Man in Weeds

Sarah Frances Conkle - The Antichrist (voice)

Stephanie Conkle - Police Dispatcher (voice)

Directed By Sam Drog

Produced by Wes Campbell Stephanie Conkle (as S.C. Caruso)

Music by Chris Rickwood

Cinematography by Lane Morlotte

Film Editing by J.J. McGee

Production Design by Nancy Miller

Makeup Department Ellie Decker

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Jennifer Cascio

Special Effects by H.M. Gandy

Visual Effects by Robert Sasaki

Digital Compositor Richard Servello

Grip Aidan Hayes

Gaffer Randy Stewart

Special Thanks to Phil Davies Brown.

Filmed In GA, United States.

Thank you for watching.

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"Grace of the Gods" trailer

The official trailer for the Funguh Productions mini series, Grace of the Gods

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The Sixth Senseless

This is the director's cut version of The Sixth Senseless. This was shot for the 2009 48hfp in Atlanta. There were a few things about the original edit that I would have liked to have been able to address but ran out of time during the 48 hours. As a result, I got a chance to cut it all over again from scratch. Enjoy the results. The elements to incorporate were Character: Ann or Alan Knight, Transit Company Employee Prop: Art Supplies Line of Dialogue: “I think I can do it.”

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