Stormy Lopez plays The Possessed, a innocent soul who is possessed by a demon until Damien casts it out...for a fee, of course.
Stormy is a Dental Surgeon by day and a horror fanatic by night. If it's gone bump-in-the-night on screen, she's probably seen it.
Andy Martin stars as Damien Dimensione, a quippy, wisecracking exorcist and spell conjuror who is fed up with his life.
In 2008, Andy beat out 8000 other entrants in an online video audition competition for a role in the upcoming horror film Perkins' 14, part of the Horrorfest: 8 Films to Die For series. He also placed second in a stop motion animation contest for the film Spider-Man 3, hosted by Target.com. He focuses on his acting career while trying to bring awareness to his medical condition called Hashimoto's Thyroiditis.
Damien comes from a long line of dark art practitioners, and brujas. Tired of the exorcisms, living on the fringe of society, and hardly making a living, Damien casts a spell on himself to forget his past and live a normal life. He’s pulled back into the dark arts when an old family nemesis surfaces and penetrates into Damien’s life. Can he exorcise his past?
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Niko Laven makes a cameo as the Tar Demon. A demonic being covered in it’s own tar and soot from his various bad habits.
Niko is a local San Antonio musician, blending Rock N’ Roll with Country and Americana. He plays every Friday at The Cove with his family band, The Lavens.
Elliott Ramirez plays The Drunkard, who stumbles upon an artifact which Lord Mentira is imprisoned within. He becomes possessed by Lord Mentira and is sent on a journey for vengeance.
Elliott is a method actor co-starring in skits for Kris & JD's Radcast, and Vizine. He is a local San Antonio musician previously in Piñata Protest and Ecocide.
Leslie Augustine plays Damien's ghostly ally, Antona. She is Damien's voice of reason, although he may not always listen to her.
Originally from the east coast, Leslie graduated from New York University Tisch School for the Performing Arts and moved to Los Angeles. While in LA she has acted in major films and television shows including “Numb3rs” and “Bones”.
She recently moved to San Antonio and appeared in Robert Rodriguez’s television series “From Dusk Till Dawn”. Leslie is currently working on dance projects as well as various film productions.
Michelle Masker is making her film debut as Jael, a fiery, kick ass bar owner.
She has worked in local San Antonio Theater and been trained by Coach and Actress, Mona Lee Fultz. Michelle has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Mrs. Masker looks forward to an Academy Award for Best Actress. Michelle is signed locally with Rome Talent.