Writer: Joseph Monahan
Screen Play: Kenny White and Joseph Monahan
Director: Joseph Monahan
Producers: Joseph Monahan and Creep Creepersin
Exectutive Producers: EleniLarchanidou, T Monahan Jr. , Agnes Kennedy, Tom Monahan
David B. Michaelson
Four friends head out into the desert for a weekend camping trip in the abandoned mining town of Wonder Valley. As the secrets of the empty town begin to be revealed, they'll be lucky to make it out alive.
Suziey Block as Christina: Suzanne (Suziey) Block graduated from Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she studied film/video production and theater. Suziey made her film debut in a small scene in Michael Bay's "The Island" before moving to Los Angeles, California. Suziey's other films include the critically acclaimed independent film "Entrance", which was accepted into the 2010 Los Angels film festival. It went on to be sold to the Independent Film Channel and is now available on demand as well as for rent through Blockbuster Entertainment and Netflix. Suziey has also starred in televisions commercials and was featured in the series "Masters of Sex".
Charlie Vaughn as Jeffery: Charlie is from Cypress, California and is a film and television graduate from the University of San Francisco. Charlie is a man of many talents. Not only does Charlie act, but he also writes, directs and produces. He is perhaps best known for directing the film "Vampire Boys", which has had incredible success over the past few years. The film has been successful enough to spawn a sequel "Vampire Boys II". Charlie recently directed the films "Frist Period" and The Twelve of Christmas".
Natalie Pero as Karen: Natalie is a native New Yorker who received a BA in theater, International Law and Spanish from the University of New York. She has produced or has starred in over 30 different films and television shows since she began her career in 2004. She recently starred in the film "Raze", which is one of the most highly anticipated films of 2013.
David B. Michaelson as Roger: David moved to the city of Los Angeles five years ago. He graduated from the conservatory program at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre. Since then, he has been seen on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", "Black Gold", and "The Only Way Out". This is David's first feature film.
Wonder Valley in the Press: DreadCentral.com's Wonder Valley Interview