Prowl

Prowl

Director: Patrik Syversen Cast: Bruce Payne, Courtney Hope, Saxon Trainor

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled)

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/29/2011
UPC: 0031398132684
Original Release: 2010
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:24:00
Sales rank: 56,629

Special Features

Closed Caption; The making of Prowl; Commentary with director Patrick Syversen, writer Tim Tori, actors Courtney Hope & Joshua Bowman

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bruce Payne Bernard
Courtney Hope Amber
Saxon Trainor Veronica
Ruta Gedmintas Suzy
Josh Bowman Peter
Jamie Blackley Ray
George Oliver Runt
Velizar Peev Balt Creature
Perdita Weeks Fiona
Elitsa Rajeva Actor

Technical Credits
Patrik Syversen Director
Daniela Avramova Makeup
Zachery Ty Bryan Producer
Håvard Andre Byrkjeland Cinematographer
Christopher D'Elia Producer
Sonya Despotova Costumes/Costume Designer
Theo Green Score Composer
Celia Haining Editor
Ivo Jivkov Special Effects Supervisor
Sue Jones Casting
Michael Klein Producer
Michael Klein Producer
Sally Lear Casting
Christopher Milburn Producer
Valentina Mladenova Production Designer
Lucy Mukerjee Producer
James Portolese Associate Producer
Bobby Ranghelov Producer
Courtney Solomon Executive Producer
Mark Teschner Casting
Tim Tori Screenwriter
Jim Udenberg Makeup Special Effects

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Prowl
1. Giving In [7:28]
2. Adopted [6:13]
3. Road Trip [6:26]
4. Truth or Dare [8:54]
5. Delivery [6:23]
6. Creatures [6:34]
7. Hiding out [6:39]
8. Saying Sorry [6:39]
9. Training [8:16]
10. True Self [6:03]
11. Escaping Hell [7:22]
12. End Credits [7:19]

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Prowl 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The creatures in this weren't named. They have many Vampire characteristics, but not all of them. They have inhuman speed, strength, blood thirst, and fangs. However they can be kill in the same ways humans can, and aren't harmed by sunlight. The plot revolves around a teen girl - Amber and an Adult Blood Drinker - Veronica. Amber had spent most of her life with adoptive parents in a small town. She'd never really known who she was. All she dreamed about was getting out and finding herself. At the beginning she heads towards the big city, with her friends helping her move. From there a series of events lead them to an abandoned slaughter house, that Veronica had turned into a training center for young Blood Drinkers. Amber's friends are captured and killed, one by one, until only she remains. Ironically there in the slaughter house, Amber finds who she born to be. She was strong inside and out. She fights them and interrogates one for answers. The climax has a powerful plot twist no one sees coming. No one watching the movie, nor anyone within the movie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The creatures in this weren't named. They have many Vampire characteristics, but not all of them. They have inhuman speed, strength, blood thirst, and fangs. However they can be kill in the same ways humans can, and aren't harmed by sunlight. The plot revolves around a teen girl - Amber and an Adult Blood Drinker - Veronica. Amber had spent most of her life with adoptive parents in a small town. She'd never really known who she was. All she dreamed about was getting out and finding herself. At the beginning she heads towards the big city, with her friends helping her move. From there a series of events lead them to an abandoned slaughter house, that Veronica had turned into a training center for young Blood Drinkers. Amber's friends are captured and killed, one by one, until only she remains. Ironically there in the slaughter house, Amber finds who she born to be. She was strong inside and out. She fights them and interrogates one for answers. The climax has a powerful plot twist no one sees coming. No one watching the movie, nor anyone within the movie.