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Chuck Norris: Matthew
Mike Norris: Jux Jonas
Carey Scott: Oren Ames
David White: Conrad Champlain
Marshall Teague: Joshua Ravel
Scarlett McAlister: Diana
Grant James: Emertus
Gabi DiCiolli: Lyric
Scotty Veale: Jeremy
Tara DiLeva: Maria Ames
Richard Rollin: Chacahilu
Roy Empfield: Pastor Spencer
Julie Arebalo: Alecia Champlain
Matthew Greer: Pastor Belows
Iman Nazemzadeh: Enrique
Russ Marker: Ben
Valerie Norris: Madeline
Alin Bijan: Samuel
Ray Grannon: Alexander
Genny Dutton: Waitress
Marcus Moziek: Franklin
Thomas Gabriel Montez: Juan
Dennis Burman: Storekeeper
Julie Erickson: Mrs. Taylor
Sara Bijan: Young Mother
Alexandra Smith: Gabriel Ames
Rachel Sharp: Amy Jonas
Hanna Norris: Courtney Champlain
Cloe Colville: Emily
Debi Michaelis: Screaming Woman
Dean Byrd: Gregory
London Smith: Jimmy
Austin Zorbanos: David Champlain
Rudolph Valentino Blancarte: Peacock Man
Jon Paul Burkhart: Cafe Patron
Mark Crosby: Head Minion
Manny Martinez: Head Minion
Gerald Daniel: Head Minion
Al Brooks
Justin Chapman
Terry Harris
Dallas D. Morris
Neal Posey
Mark Shane
Brent Boswell
Pete Partida
Mark Cate
Andrew Knokle
Paul Zander
Geoff Bettes
Tom Holmes
David Ostrowski
Don Webber
Tierce Green
David Thibadeux
Christy Thibadeux

Alin Bijan

Mike Norris
Chris Bessey

Chris Bessey

Executive Producer Mike Norris
Producer Alin Bijan
Line Producer Sonia Pourmand

Director of Photography Hamid Shams
1st Assistant Camera Paul Armstrong
2nd Assistant Camera Hiyam Abovsaid
Video Assistant Sandra Starr
Camara PA Macario Hernandez III

1st Assistant Director Stewart Young
2nd Assistant Director James Russell
2nd 2nd Assistant Director Wayne J. Wagener
Product Placement Producer Tara DiLeva
Key Set PA Philip Karch

Location Scouters
Virgil Murray
Mark Hanson

Saeed Mostoufi

Digital Effects
Josh Dutton
Jermey Dutton

Script Supervisor
Elizabeth Dial

Alin Bijan
Edd Chappell

Art Department
Set Dresser Mike Allen
On Set Dresser John Kuehne
Props Adam Knox
Bone Sculpture Turner Van Blarcum
Gun Master John Navarro
Gun Master Nathan Stark

Wardrobe Taneia Lednicky
Set Costumer Lauren Fansler
Set Costumer Karen E. Beasley
Set Costumer Tosawi Marshall
Wardrobe Assistant Jamie Little

Key Hair/Make-Up Lily Shams
Make-Up Ashley Rike
Hair & Make-Up Assistant Sara Bijan

Ray Grannon

Sound Mixer Lance Hoffman
Boom Operator Ed Blaylock
Sound Assistant Alan Pollard

Music Composer
Amin Emam
David Innis

Key Grip Dean Ross
Best Boy Grip Paul Carroll
Grip Darren Thiesfeld
Grip Zane Streater
Dolly Grip Mike Dunson

Gaffer Juan Romero
Best Boy Electric Chris Smith
Electrician Mark Hermann
Electric PA Webster Moreland

Debi Michaelis
Casting Assistant Christi Lawson

Coordinator Virgil Murray

Craft Service
Cassandra Kwarteng

Unit Publicist Kara Lenocker

Graphic Design
Graphic Designer/Webmaster Anthony Mickle

Snake Wrangler
Daryl Sprout

Stand-In David Chapman

Still Photographer
Dorin Schadel

Assistant Production Coordinators
Jennifer Hepp
Sherita Briscoe
Clifford Kary

Production Assistants
Emma Martinez
Katrina Cook
Ash Christian
Michael Hunter
Steven McCarter
Gavin Mulloy
Aaron Plaskonos
Marshall Clough
Dee Dee Moreland
Zenny Johnson
Corrine Theriault

Chuck Norris
Mike Norris
David White
Carey Scott
Mike Norris
Writer, Executive Producer
Alin Bijan
Producer, Director
Sonia Pourmand
Line Producer
Hamid Shams
Chris Bessey
Screenplay Writer

The Unified Church of Flower Mound, Texas takes great pride in its far-reaching missionary work, as does their pastor, JONATHON SPENCER, who has left to spread the word of God to the downtrodden, deep in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. His church near completion, Jonathon has requested a shipment of bibles to be flown to his "site of salvation".

Chosen for this seemingly simple journey are CONRAD, an upstanding citizen of the church, OREN, a humorous and fast-talking sporting goods distributor, and JUX, a hard-living "legal fringe" dwelling pilot provided to transport the bibles to their destination.

Belles of Innocence While in flight and just short of what they believe to be the Texas/Mexico border, the plane develops engine trouble. Unable to compensate for the malfunction, Jux must ditch into the desert. Stranded in a "no manfs land", hope comes to them in the form of a desolate township by the name Ceres, Texas (population: 800) A town located this side of nowhere with an appearance lost somewhere in the nineteenth century.

Following a cold reception by a standoffish populace, the three meet up with DIANA, a friendlier, yet guarded woman, who leads them to a man who may be able to help them escape their predicament. The man, MATTHEW, a wry, brash horse rancher with a philosophical sense of humor, has a radio and allows them to use it. The radio fails after Conrad reports his location. A location that most of the outside world has never heard. Convinced that help is on the way, the three agree to stay in town to wait for outside assistance. While there, the surreal surrounds them with a flurry of unexplained occurrences and bizarre personalities. Their reality takes a further step back when a fearfulDiana explains to them that evil, namely Lucifer, has taken root in Ceres and its vile presence and influence has spawned a malevolence far more ominous than anything they have ever read about or experienced.

Belles of Innocence Although odd, the townsfolk do not appear to the three to be as wicked and deprived as what was explained to the three. They appear quiet, protective and "backwards", but not offensive. They appear to quite meek until the night the three are invited to a town party and forced to experience horrific, drug-induced psychotic nightmares. Nightmares that question their faith in themselves and their faith in God. In the midst of this satanic ordeal, the three discover what would be a rebirth in their faith. A new level of understanding bestowed upon them by God. An understanding so powerful that it repels the undermining wickedness that surrounds them. So powerful, that they find themselves with supernatural gifts that enable them to escape their captors.

With nowhere to escape to, they find themselves at Matthewfs ranch. Although graced byGod, the three are puzzled by their abilities and why God has chosen to grant them acknowledgement. Matthew explains to them that Ceres is no ordinary town, he is no ordinary rancher and the three are no ordinary men.

Belles of Innocence The three discover that Ceres, once known St. Augustine Mission, was overrun by commancheros in the 1800fs. Those not killed in the raid where forced to perform unspeakable acts that welcomed bowels of hell to surface and thrive. It was these acts that transformed the children of the mission into the soulless individuals of Ceres. Matthew also reveals that he is an angel. An angel who is not to interfere with the affairs of man nor the progression of evil that mounts. He is there to enlighten those chosen by God. It is Conrad, Owen and Jux he is to enlighten for they have a mission. Their mission is to launch an assault on the minions of Lucifer that hold this town in its impious grip. They are to bring to a close the lineage of evil by offering up their devout souls to save the innocent children from a servitude to damnation. A damnation that has prepared for the very eve of the chosen ones, for it is a very special eve. It is the eve of Armagghedon.

Armed only with their faith in God, the three find themselves in a chess game between good and evil. Each manfs personality brings forth both strengths and weaknesses in this final battle for salvation.


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