IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Mac the Crackhead
Ventura Mitchell Mira/The
Grace the Face
Mac Money Marcus
Bullet Head Brad
The Ponytail Guru
Horn Head Howald
Kevin the Clubber
The Squatting Dog
TO MR. EIKNER
O’Donnell – For letting me borrow your camera for almost a year worth of
and Donna Chappell – For the use of your wonderful warehouse.
I never dreamed it could be so delightfully creepy or that you would be
so generous to a film with NO BUDGET.
Sherrod –For all of your help with the documentary footage.
the Bigfoot Cat – For the Siesta Motel. What
– For the kindness of letting us take up two of your rooms for two weekends.
Nestler – For getting up early and letting us use your swanky bar, then
letting me swing you around by the neck on a hot summer’s day.
Annette Perry – For letting us “kill” people in your field.
Killough – For putting up with “us” taking over the house time and time
and time again.
Howald – For letting us take up your time, your husband’s time, your house,
feeding us, letting us spend the night, and not threatening to kill any of us
with a kitchen knife.
– Equally for spending your time with this project to make sure it came out
right… and for not killing me specifically.
Employer – For not firing me.
– Only a mother could love a son who made a twisted movie like this.
No I didn’t really kill your other sons.
Bell Jr. – For all of the great tales that helped spin “the hitman” into
something worth writing about.
– For giving me the hopes to make a film in the first place.
We started out with a grand idea.
– For making some of the sickest make-up illusions I’ve ever seen.
You freakin’ rock.
– For letting us take your furniture for an undetermined amount of time.
Kreinbrink – For being willing to help and hang out with all of the
Place Apts. – For unknowingly letting us use your parking garage.
– For letting us take up parking, buy coffee, and not poking your head out of
Satcher – For constantly mentally abusing me… in a plutonic kind of
Lee III – For all of your support, words of wisdom, and love of film.
Studsky – For all of the help and conversations, keeping on my ass about
getting it finished, and just talking me through all of the stresses of making a
Matthews – For being the best friend that you are. And your stories about socks.
Shilling – For just being Jerry.
Wilson – For watching Buddha when we filmed at the house.
It’s quite a job, I know.
Grubbs – For all of your fine work and inspiration.
Phillips – For all of your generous praises and letting me talk your ear off.
– For helping all those along the way.
Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau – Best damn PR from friends I’ve ever
Trespassers – Whoever you jackasses were that broke into the warehouse,
knocking out the power to the entire building, and delaying our production yet
another step. I would like to
personally thank you with a hammer. You
should stop by and say “hello.”
everyone that ever believed in me, the idea, this project, and everyone involved
in the process. This could not have
been done without all of the believers (and non-believers alike).
ALL OF THE
PEOPLE AND EVENTS PORTRAYED IN THIS MOTION PICTURE ARE PURELY FICTION. ANY
AND ALL LIKENESSES ARE MERELY COINCIDENCE.
Or are they?
WAS MADE WITH NO BUDGET. WE
HAD NO MONEY WHATSOEVER. IMAGINE
WHAT WE COULD DO WITH FIFTY WHOLE DOLLARS?!
all of those individuals who helped get food, beer, and other supplies.
MOTION PICTURE WAS FILMED ENTIRELY IN MEMPHIS, TN AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS.
RUSTED SUN FILMS IS A FAMILY.
Copyright 2004 Rusted Sun Films