The Cast

Ray Besharah as James

Ray is an Ottawa-based actor with extensive experience in film, theatre, and voice work. He’s done fifteen horror flicks so far; he almost always dies. Though comedy seems to be his specialty, he can also be very unfunny.     –IMDB–

Ellen Manchee as Sam

Ellen has been acting since she was a youngster. Her main interest has been stage work and has been seen on stages from Yellowknife to Cornwall. She is very glad to have had the opportunity to work on Having a Drink with the great cast and crew.     –IMDB–

Celine Filion as Bonnie

Celine is an actor who splits her time between Ottawa and Toronto. She trained with the Ottawa Theatre School and has since branched into film and television. Recent credits include: Black Rosary (Hassan Saeed), The Dead Worst Poet's Society (YOW Productions), The Key (Parktown) which is a regional finalist in CBC's national short film faceoff, and a slew of national commercials. Celine is always looking forward to the next adventure and hopes to see you there.     –IMDB–

Nicolas Di Gaetano as Clyde

Nick is an Ottawa-born, Toronto-residing performer, writer, musician, designer and producer. He works predominantly in live mediums and is the co-artistic director of Mi Casa Theatre and the co-creator of the multiple award-winning Countries Shaped Like Stars along with Emily Pearlman. Past credits include Vimy (NAC/GCTC), St. Carmen of the Main (NAC), HROSES: An Affront to Reason (Evolution/Mi Casa Theatre) and the short film Room 218 (YOW/Coffee From Hell Prods). This is his first, but hopefully not his last time playing a werewolf.     –IMDB–

Duncan S. Milloy as Mung

Duncan is an active professional Natural Bodybuilder. He has enjoyed many successes both in National and International events. He prides himself on his work ethic and determination and has been named the “Mayor of Boomtown” by his athletes that he has had the privilege of coaching over the years. Over the past couple of years he has been working diligently to start acting/stunts both on feature and independent films. He considers this a new challenge for himself and enjoys pushing himself in another direction.     –IMDB–

Astrida Auza as Mrs. Welton

In addition to having acted in a few comedy plays recently, Astrida travelled across Quebec and Ontario to continue her involvement with independent non-union films, shooting in Toronto, Montreal, Cambridge, Ottawa, Oshawa, and London. Her philosophy: Have suitcase, will travel. By day, when not masquerading as an actress, Astrida is a court reporter, fostering dogs in her spare time.     –IMDB–

Paul S. Washer as Pete

Paul is an actor who has been around the Ottawa Theatre/Film scene for the past 19 years. He has done film and theatre work in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal but, has pretty much called Ottawa home for most of his grown up (sort of) life. Paul thinks every actor should be in a Werewolf or a Zombie film at least once in a life time! He hopes everybody enjoys seeing the film as much as we enjoyed making it!     –IMDB–

Emanuelle Carriere as Chrissy

Emanuelle has performed in many films and commercials as well as in live theatre. A multi-talented actress with skills in music (voice and instruments), dance and sports. Although the performing arts has been her calling since childhood, she is also very passionate about animals, nature and the less fortunate – having an empathetic understanding that we are all connected. Emanuelle would not be who she is without her loving and supportive family of three rescued cats, a dog, her brother and parents, as well as her partner in crime: the love of her life.     –IMDB–

The Crew

Director: Randy Smith

Writer: Phil Voyd (based on a story by T. T. Trestle)

Editor: Casey Tourangeau

Additional Editing: Randy Smith

Director of Photography: Ben Prentice

Camera Operator: Diego Dias

Additional Camera Operators: Randy Smith and Andrew Bowser

Colourist and Post Production Artist: Andrew Bowser

Audio Recordist and Boom Operator: Nate McNeil

Wardrobe and Set-Costumer: Jane Sadler

Grip: Kyle Killeen

DIT: Scott Norris

Werewolf Make-up Designers: Lizzie Ciesluk and Samantha Caldwell

Additional Special Effect Make-up: April Campbell and Helena Mundell

Special Effects Make-up Assistants: Allison Cooper and Camie Chaos

Key Production Assistant: April Campbell

Construction and Props: Graeme Bali

Stills and Promotional Photography: Darren Holmes

Composer and Soundtrack Editor: Mike Dubue

Casting Director: Ray Besharah

Catering: April Campbell

Prosthetics supplied by: buyandapply.com

Lighting and grip gear provided by: Prentice Media

On-set Artwork Design: Eric Rochon, Michael Zavacky and Randy Smith

Car supplied by: Philip Hogarth

Producer: Randy Smith

Executive Producers: Randy Smith and 3flow communications inc.

Associate Producers: Ray Besharah, April Campbell, Jane Graham,Ben Prentice, Phil Voyd, Cliff Youdale.

Music

“Be True to Your School (’Til You Get Kicked Out)”
Written by White Wires
Performed by Hilotrons
© 2013. Used with permission.

“Already Gone” and “Look on Your Face”
Performed by Fiftymen
© 2013. Used with permission.

“Central Line”
Written by John Paul Smith
Performed by The Coal Creek Boys
© 2011. Used with permission.

“Fallen from the Sky”
Written by Philip Hogarth, David Bignell, Ian Carter (SOCAN)
Performed by The Lake Effect
© 2012. Used with permission.

Special Thanks

Jason Smith
Jess Glennie
Pat Kelly
Jamie Lennox
Adam and Nicky Perks
Peter Veall
Lee Robinson
Guy-Anne Proulx
Frédéric St-Louis
Brian Tracey
Steve Onyschuk
Sean Smith

Paul Hopkins
Pelham, Grenville and Wodehouse Gilbert
Hartley Horwitz
Celine Couture
Rob Brown
Bonnie James
Kevin MacDougall
Stephen and Karen Donoghue
Natalie Campbell
Jeff and Lynn Byard
Nancy Henry
Cindy LaGarde

Bill Millett
Janine Frenken
Andrea Cardin
Alexander Osei-Gyau
Sandra and Jim Smith
Tom Toll
Joe Kemp
Eric Zegarra
Adam Buckheit
Rob Bohnen
Alain Brunet
Mehmet Karman

Kevin O’Connor
Jared Cohen
Jared Young
Sean Bachelder
Tracie Maher McIntosh
Jessica Lee-Wen
Kimberly Day
Chris Ellison
Aaron Lawrence
Andre Betim