Who is the Christmas Killer?
Eric Colley as
A former successful salesman, Justin moved to the country with his wife Margo in hopes of a more peaceful life and an improved relationship with her. Now he stands accused of murdering her! Justin is scared he’ll spend the rest of his life in prison, and he’s angry that no one believes him when he says that Bigfoot is the real killer.
Hallie Shepherd as
As Justin’s childhood best friend, Suze supports him unconditionally… even though she doesn’t 100% buy the Bigfoot story. Suze can be a bit neurotic and pushy, but she’s an optimist at heart and will do almost anything to help Justin prove his innocence. Seeing him in trouble breaks her heart.
Jesse Collver as
Snobby Aleksi doesn’t understand why Justin gave up his swanky city life for the country life. As Justin’s other childhood best friend, Aleksi is loyal and supports Justin no matter what, so he feels hurt that Justin didn’t just call him and ask him to help hide Margo’s body. He totally would have brought a shovel.
Norm Mays as
Hired by Suze to help Justin find Bigfoot, Norm is a self-proclaimed “Sasquatch Aficionado” who wrote a memoir about his afternoon hanging out with the mythical creature. Justin isn’t particularly amused by Norm’s claim that Bigfoot is a gentle creature, but at least someone believes him that Bigfoot is real.
Isley Rae as
Justin’s 11-year-old neighbor Ellie doesn’t believe that Justin killed his wife… mainly because of that one time he helped her fix her bike. Wise beyond her years, she’s smarter than most of the adults around her, and she knows a thing or two about the murder mystery that might blow the lid off of the entire case.
Kelly Sina as
Aleksi’s girlfriend of the week, Clover has a secret motivation for visiting Justin during his last weekend of freedom. The moment she gets Justin alone, Clover peppers him with probing questions and flirts aggressively. Neither Justin nor Suze trust Clover, and they are suspicious of her motives.
Trey Miller as
Everyone in town knows the stories surrounding Crazy Frank and his family. They say he’s “fourth generation crazy,” but is he really as bad as the rumors claim? And if he truly is dangerous, could he be Margo’s real killer?
Robert G. Colley as
Ronnie Izzo is Crazy Frank’s #1 farmhand and henchman, but he’s not the brightest guy. When he spotted used coveralls with a “Connie” patch at a thrift store, he thought, “Close enough. I got me a colored marker at home.”
Ryan Colley as
Donnie Izzo is just a little bit smarter than his brother Ronnie, but a little bit can go a long ways. He respects his Grandma, and he has some big news that might change the course of Justin and Suze’s investigation.
Daniel Timothy Treacy as
In retrospect, David Flockers wishes he’d never agreed to be Justin’s defense attorney. The case has made national news, and now he feels like the laughingstock of the legal world.
Lauren Ford as
Crazy Frank’s girlfriend Hazel might be even crazier than Frank. She’s sick and tired of fixing stuff around the farm, and she has some very unusual tastes and tendencies.
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Still photography credits top to bottom:
1. Eric Colley as Justin. Photo credit: JC Campos/Whispered Films Productions
2. Kelly Sina as Clover. Photo credit: Lorie Campolo/Beaux Arts Studio
3. Character Gallery (14 photos). Photo credit: Linda Shepherd/indieStills.com
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