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The Beast of Bray Road
The Beast of Bray Road (2005)
Title: The Beast of Bray Road
Directed by: Leigh Scott
Written by: Leigh Scott
Produced by: David Michael Latt; David Rimawi; Sherri Strain; Rick Walker; Ben Thompson
Music by: Mel Lewis
Cinematography: Steve Parker
Edited by: Leigh Scott
Distributed by: The Asylum
Released: September 1st, 2005
Rating: R
Running time: 80 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: Unknown
Gross: N/A

The Beast of Bray Road is an American horror film of the werewolf subgenre. It was written, directed and edited by Leigh Scott and released through The Asylum. The film premiered on September 1st, 2005. The movie stars Jeff Denton as Sheriff Phil Jenkins of Walworth County, Wisconsin, who investigates a string of grisly deaths, which leads him to believe that some bizarre creature, possessing the DNA of both a humand and a wolf, may be prowling the country roads of Elkhorn late at night. Assisting him in his investigation is Michigan-based cryptozoologist Quinn McKenzie and his own enthusiastic deputies, Pamela Fitzke and Dennis Snarski. As the Beast of Bray Road continues to chomp and slash it's way through the rural town's populace, Sheriff Jenkins cozies up to a pub owner named Kelly.

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  • Allegedly based on a true story of supposed werewolf or Bigfoot sightings in Walworth County, Wisconsin. The first sighting was in the city of Elkhorn in the late 1980s. Stories of the Bray Road Beast has been covered by investigative television progams such as Monster Quest and Mystery Hunters. The legend of the Beast is sometimes attributed to stories of the Michigan Dogman as well. Investigative journalist Linda Godfrey wrote a book about the legend entitled The Beast of Bray Road: Trailing Wisconsin's Werewolf, which was a compilation of a series of articles written by her which chronicled eye witness testimony relating to the Beast.
  • The Beast of Bray Road was released to DVD by The Asylum on March 12th, 2010. DVD extras include The Beast of Bray Road: Behind the Scenes. It was released in Region 4 format in Latin America under the title La Beastia De Bray Road.
  • Due to licensing rights, the production crew of this film were unable to use anything bearing the logo of Budweiser beer in Kelly's Roadhouse, so they substituted it with the fictional Pudweiser beer for all of the related signage.

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