Lisa runs a bookstore in her rural Missouri hometown. Assaulted at work by the town sheriff’s son, she reports the crime only to be victimized once more: The son and his cronies rape and beat Lisa, leaving her for dead in the woods.
Taking on superhuman abilities after being bitten by a werewolf, Lisa begins exacting brutal revenge on her attackers. Is she justified in her actions? Can she retain her humanity as she cedes more and more of herself to her animalistic ways?
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CAST & CREW
Lindsay Lillig is a writer, director and award-winning actress who hails from Lee's Summit, a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri. She received her B.A. in theatre performance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2016. She is the wife of fellow actor Frank Lillig, and the sister of actress Aimee Lynn. A veteran of numerous stage productions in both Kansas City and Los Angeles, Lindsay continually works to search, grow, create and perfect her craft.
Blue Springs native Korrie Murphy is a gifted actress and singer who made her film debut in Kansas City-based director Patrick Poe’s “She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not.” She recently starred as Cinderella in Musical Theater Heritage’s “Into the Woods.
RUSSELL 'CHUB' HUCKINS
Scott Cordes dreamed of being a rodeo clown as a boy in Nebraska and tried his hand driving an alfalfa truck, being a radio DJ, and working as a rock concert stagehand before becoming an actor and director. A long-time member of Actors Equity and SAG/AFTRA, Scott has been a Kansas City theatre mainstay for more than 25 years. You can find links to some of his movies, commercials and upcoming theatre productions at www.scottcordes.com
Sam Cordes was "born in a trunk" in Kansas City, Missouri and has been acting professionally the age of five. Raised by actors, Cordes made a name for himself as an upcoming talent in the thriving theatre community of his hometown, and has gone on to receive his B.F.A. in Theatre from Stephens College for Women in Columbia, MO and his M.F.A. in Theatre from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Trained in many techniques from Uta Hagen to Michael Lugering's Expressive Actor and proficient in a multitude of styles from Shakespeare to Musical Theatre Cordes is both an accomplished actor and teacher.
Owen Winkler has been acting since he was 5 years old, and is already a veteran actor of the stage, big and small screens at the age of 12. He portrayed Tiny Tim at The Kansas City Repertory Theater in 2014 and 2015. He starred in the full-length feature “Belong to Us,” directed by Patrick Rea, and has worked with directors Baron Redman and Shane Seley. He has also appeared in numerous commercials. Owen has trained in acting with the Coterie Theatre since 2010, and is proud to count “Inhumane” cast mates Walter Coppage and Sam Cordes among his many teachers.
Cinematographer Evan Wunsch graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with his degree in film and television in 2009. Evan has experience in documentary, music video, and corporate work, but also enjoys narrative and experimental projects as well.
HAIR / MAKEUP / SPECIAL FX MAKEUP
Hair stylist, makeup artist and rock band lead singer Nichole Hobbs is acquiring quite the list of film credits, including being the personal hair stylist for Karen Gillam (of “Jumanji” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” fame) in the Kansas City-based film “All Creatures Here Below.”
At age 31, Caleb has significantly more experience and a better understanding of the art of cinema than many filmmakers working today. He has been working with film and video for over 15 years and has completed several short films, music videos, and three feature films. Caleb's most recent feature, “The Matchbreaker,” is currently in distribution on Netflix. His previous film, “Pawn’s Move,” garnered festival acclaim, including “Best Family Film” and “Audience Choice for Best Feature” at the 2011 Bare Bones International Film Festival. In addition to his roles in film management, Caleb served in diverse roles on many national, regional, and locally-based productions.
WRITER / PRODUCER
Born in North Kansas City, Eric Winkler graduated from Oak Park High School, and later from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a degree in Psychology. He is the father of actors Owen Winkler and Chase Winkler, and the husband of Sara DeMore. He formerly worked for The Kansas City Star, where he was an award-winning writer and columnist.
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