Soul Survivors

Soul Survivors

Director: Stephen W. Carpenter Cast: Melissa Sagemiller, Casey Affleck, Wes Bentley

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Overview

This entry in the perennially popular teen horror genre is from writer/director Steve Carpenter and the producers of I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) and Urban Legend (1998). Melissa Sagemiller stars as Cassie, a college freshman trying to get over the death of her boyfriend Sean (Casey Affleck) in an auto accident. Making matters worse is that ever since the car crash, which also nearly claimed her own life, Cassie has seemed to hover in a netherworld between the living and the dead, where she believes she's hallucinating some spooky, emotional visitations from Sean. In the meantime, she's also coming under the sway of her mysterious friends Matt (Wes Bentley) and Annabel (Eliza Dushku) as well as an androgynous acquaintance (Angela Featherstone) of theirs. Unsure whom she can trust, Cassie turns for aid to an enigmatic young priest, Father Jude (Luke Wilson), but the ultimate truth about her condition and state of mind may come as a shocking revelation.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/26/2002
UPC: 0012236125211
Original Release: 2001
Rating: R
Source: Live / Artisan

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Melissa Sagemiller Cassie
Casey Affleck Sean
Wes Bentley Matt
Eliza Dushku Annabel
Angela Featherstone Raven
Luke Wilson Father Jude
Allen Hamilton Dr. Haverston
Ken Moreno Hideous Dancer
Carl Paoli Deathmask
Barbara Robertson Margaret
Richard Pickren Ben
Candace Kaye Kroslak Cool Blond
Ryan Kitley Young Cop
Rick Snyder Father McManus
Danny Goldberg Campus Cop
T.J. Jagodowski ER Doctor
Christine Dunford ER Nurse
Scott Benjaminson Second Campus Cop
Amy Farrington ER Doctor (Midtown)
Lily Mojekwu ER Nurse (Midtown)
Alex Schlegel Jump Rope Twin
Sam Schlegel Jump Rope Twin
Michael Sassone Minister
Lusia Strus Stern Nurse
Adam Joyce Male Student
Kelli Nonnemacher Coed #1
Jaclyn Barker Halloween Child
Susan Wiltrakis Halloween Child
Alberto J. Arias Dancer
Tina Cannon Dancer
Nicholas Foote Dancer
Devert Hickman Dancer
Trisha Lee Dancer
Stephanie Martinez Dancer
Shana Montanez Dancer
Christopher Perricelli Dancer
Laurie Canning Dancer
Shannon Elliot Dancer
James Gregg Dancer
Kelly Tonge Hill Dancer
Marcellina Marshall Dancer
Elaine McLaurin Dancer
Eddy Ocampo Dancer
Lara E. Tinari Dancer
Robyn M. Williams Dancer
Iake Eissinmann Actor
Keith Ferguson Actor
Hallie Golov Actor
JoAnna McCullough Actor
John McCullough Actor
Jacquey Rosati Actor
Christopher Senger Actor
Marcelo Tubert Actor
Margo Hara actor/leader
Harvey Jason actor/leader

Technical Credits
Stephen W. Carpenter Director,Screenwriter
Jane Alderman Casting
Stokely Chaffin Producer
Keith P. Cunningham Art Director
Ray Cymoszinski Sound Mixer
Larry Fulton Production Designer
Janice Hampton Editor
James Wright Consultant/advisor
Donna Keegan Stunts
Henry Kingi Stunts
Daniel Licht Score Composer
Anne McCarthy Casting
Ken Moreno Stunts
Neal H. Moritz Producer
Douglas Mowat Set Decoration/Design
Matthew Mungle Makeup Special Effects
Fred Murphy Cinematographer
Carl Peoli Stunts
Linda Perlin Stunts
Jennifer Pyken Musical Direction/Supervision
Todd Ramsay Editor
Pat Raney Set Decoration/Design
Sam Hill Asst. Director
Tony Savino Choreography
Jonathan Shestack Executive Producer
EFX Shop Editor,Sound/Sound Designer
Dana Stein Stunts
Jeff Tufano Camera Operator
Mary Vernieu Casting
Madonna Wade-Reed Musical Direction/Supervision
Clinton Wayne Makeup Special Effects
Michele Weisler Executive Producer
Denise Wingate Costumes/Costume Designer

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Soul Survivors 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The entire movie basically revolves around these group of college students and a mysterious cult in plastic masks. The entire movie seems to be building up to explaining the cult at the end of the film but instead leaves plot holes you can orbit a planet through. This movie makes no sense and I am amazed it lasted in the theater over a week let alone got a hologram dvd cover.