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Ten Dead Men (2008)

  • Rate: 3.9/10 total 526 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Thriller
  • Release Date: 27 January 2009 (USA)
  • Runtime: 90 min
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  • IMDb page: Ten Dead Men (2008)
  • Rate: 3.9/10 total 526 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Thriller
  • Release Date: 27 January 2009 (USA)
  • Runtime: 90 min
  • Filming Location: Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK
  • Budget: £100,000(estimated)
  • Director: Ross Boyask
  • Stars: Doug Bradley, Terry Stone and Brendan Carr
  • Original Music By: Scott Benzie   
  • Soundtrack: Hustle
  • Plot Keyword: Left For Dead | Cage Fighting | Murder | Martial Arts | Mixed Martial Arts

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Ross Boyask  story
  • Phil Hobden  story
  • Chris Regan  writer

Known Trivia

  • The movie was filmed to replace the higher budget feature ‘Fixers’, a film that had it’s finance pulled at the last min. The film was originally intended as a finance trailer for Fixers but took on a life of it’s own…
  • Tom Gerald who plays Bruiser is actually a UK cage fighter for CAGE RAGE. The footage for this fight was shot before Cage rage 18 : Battleground at Wembley arena.
  • Cecil’s Rookie Racers is a Sussex based company specializing in providing banger cars fro drivers. They provided over 5 cars for the Banger race sequence, the car for character ‘Stone’ was actually driven by the actor PL Hobden.
  • P.L Hobden is a Pseudonym for producer Phil Hobden who uses PL Hobden when he is acting or performing in front of the cameras
  • This is the 40th film that producer-director team Hobden/Boyask have completed together, 37 short films and three features (the first ‘Night Warrior’ was produced in 1994 and released in Asia).
  • The Bruiser vs Tom fight was filmed in a building in Hastings that, just days later, was pulled down and destroyed.
  • Stephen Quadros, known as the fight professor, makes a very brief cameo in the film ringside at the Cage Rage fight. Stephen was actually commentating at the event (with Malcolm Martin and Rob Nutley) and was asked to make a brief appearance by the producer.
  • The film features a clip from ‘Left For Dead’ which was the first film by producer – director team of Phil Hobden and Ross Boyask and even shared some cast members.
  • The film features footage from ‘Lone Wolf 2 : Break Time’ a short film shot as a warm up to ‘Left for Dead’ and featuring many of the same cast.

Plot: Ten men took away his life. Now ten men will pay with their's. Ryan is left for dead, but returns to his old ways for one last revenge trip. And it's going to be bloody! Full summary » |  »

Story: Ryan has spent years putting his brutal past behind him. A different man now to the stone cold killer he was a lifetime ago. But when an old face from the past arrives on his doorstep, Ryan is called upon to repay a blood debt from years ago. But the price is too high. Betrayed, and with his life falling apart around him, Ryan goes on a murderous, bloody revenge spree against the Ten Men who took his life away from him. Ten men took away his life. Now Ten Men Will Pay.Written by Phil Hobden  

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Darren Berry known as associate producer
  • Brendan Carr known as associate producer
  • Antony I. Ginnane known as executive producer
  • David Hannay known as executive producer
  • Phil Hobden known as producer
  • Mike Leeder known as co-producer
  • Dom Lyne known as co-associate producer
  • Ann Lyons known as executive producer
  • Richard Turner known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Doug Bradley known as The Narrator
  • Terry Stone known as Hart
  • Brendan Carr known as Ryan
  • Pooja Shah known as Amy
  • John Rackham known as Axel
  • Keith Eyles known as Project Manager
  • Ben Shockley known as Keller
  • J.C. Mac known as Parker
  • Jason Lee Hyde known as Garrett
  • Jason Maza known as Franklin Boulder
  • Tom Gerald known as Bruiser
  • Lee Latchford-Evans known as Harris
  • P.L. Hobden known as Stone
  • Silvio Simac known as Loomis
  • Dave Legeno known as Himself / Cage Fighter
  • Stephan Ashdown known as Petrol Station Customer
  • Tony Atilla known as Spain's Henchman #2
  • James Blackburn known as Ben
  • Richard Blackburn known as Mechanic #3
  • Ross Boyask known as Axel's Friend
  • Mark Buchanan known as Spain's Henchman #1
  • Greg Burridge known as Hart Henchman 6
  • Jason Cook known as Hart Henchman 4
  • Aldonio Danny Freitas known as Gang member
  • Alvin Delemico known as Spain
  • Simon Farncombe known as Boat Driver
  • Cecily Fay known as Dominatrix
  • Adrian Foiadelli known as Griffin
  • Terry Frazier known as Hart Henchman
  • Rob Freeman known as Henrickson
  • Tom Gadsen known as Hart Henchman
  • Abigail Gilbert known as Junkie #2
  • Matt Godwin known as Boat First Mate
  • Michael Graham known as Hart Henchman
  • Anthony Groves known as Peck
  • Caroline Hall known as Cage Rage Ring Girl
  • Giles Hall known as Hart Henchman
  • Adam Hawkins known as Plastic Bag Victim
  • Tom Hay known as Tom Hay Miller
  • Barry Henshaw known as Dog Track Doorman #1
  • Alan Hoad known as Dog Track Doorman #2
  • Martin Hooper known as Hart Henchman 5
  • Chris Jones known as Mechanic #1
  • Darryl Kempster known as Hart Henchman
  • Kieron Kiyani known as Parkour Runner
  • Johnni Lamb known as Loomis Henchman #3
  • Ellie Lartey known as TV Hooker
  • Matthew J. Lea known as Holden
  • Kimo Leopoldo known as Himself / Cage Fighter
  • Earl Ling known as Carter
  • Russell MacLeod known as Mechanic #4
  • Malcolm Martin known as Cage Rage Announcers / Himself
  • Shelly Mayne known as Smith
  • Brad Moss known as Parkour Runner
  • Rob Nutley known as Cage Rage Announcer / Himself
  • Dave Odonnell known as Cage Fighter
  • Paul Portinari known as Donnie
  • Chris Potter known as Junkie #1
  • Stephen Quadros known as Cage Rage Announcer / Himself
  • Toby Richards known as Tony Miller
  • Glenn Salvage known as Murdock
  • Chico Slimani known as Himself
  • Mark Sloan known as Porn Actor
  • Lou Szulc known as Manny
  • Andy Taylor known as Mechanic #2
  • Ryan Taylor known as Baracus
  • Aylsha Thompson known as Alice
  • Kat Varga known as Porn Actress
  • Andy Wareham known as Gang Member
  • Grant Waterman known as Cage Rage Referee
  • Lianne Whybrow known as Junkie #3
  • Salar Zarza known as Garage Fighter #1
  • Tommy Gunn known as Gangster (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Stefan Ashdown known as makeup supervisor
  • Jemma Carballo known as makeup assistant

Art Department:

  • Richard Denton known as prop weapons supplier




Production Companies:

  • Modern Life
  • Vitascope Filmed Entertainment (co-production)
  • David Hannay Productions

Other Companies:

  • AFX Industrial  visual effects
  • Alexandra  workwear provided by
  • Ants Productions  brighton ADR & voice recording by
  • Argus, The  additional casting & crewing
  • Argus, The  additional promotional services
  • Arlington Stadium  no thanks to
  • BBC Filmmakers Network  promotional services
  • Battery Studio, The  additional lighting equipment
  • Battle Orders  additional weapons
  • Bovingdean Airfield  locations provided by
  • Bucks Music Group  music thanks to
  • Business Post  courier services
  • Cage Rage  thanks to
  • Carphone Warehouse  thanks to
  • Cecils Rookie Bangers  banger cars
  • Chips Away  additional location
  • Combat Magazine  promotional services
  • DB Media  Cage Rage' footage supplied by
  • DeVere Grand Brighton  additional location
  • DigiB  color correction
  • DigiB  post production services by
  • Digital Delicatessen  additional promotional services
  • DragonsDenUk.com  promotional services
  • Elaine Murphy & Associates  representation for Mr. Bradley
  • FRS Country Wear  PPE supplier
  • Fighting Spirit Magazine  promotional services
  • G & M.B. Manning  additional location
  • Gala Coral – Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium  locations provided by
  • George  additional clothing provided by
  • Heroes Public House  thanks to
  • Hotel Hay  accomodation services
  • Impact Magazine  promotional services
  • IndieTalk.Com  promotional services
  • IndieTalk.Com  thanks to
  • Kungfucinema.com  promotional services
  • Lloyds TSB Business  banking services
  • LoveBritishfilm.co.uk  additional promotional services
  • Mid Sussex Times  thanks to
  • Mixed Martial Arts and Promotions  footage: Cage Rage
  • Mondo FX  additional make-up effects
  • Motorola  mobile phones provided by
  • Next Stores  additional clothing provided by
  • Panasonic  HDV cameras by
  • Powerslam Magazine  additional promotional services
  • RBM Studios  Brighton ADR recording
  • Rumour Machine  promotional services
  • SRS Motor Services  cars supplied by
  • STN Music  music thanks to
  • Sanctuary Records Group  thanks to
  • Sea Space  location
  • Shooting People  casting and crewing services
  • SmoothDevil  promotional services
  • Soulshaker Productions  London ADR recording
  • Spedeworth International  additional location
  • StornHD  HD mastering at
  • Talent Circle  casting and crewing services
  • Tooled Up.com  portable lights
  • Top Man Stores  additional clothing provided by
  • UK Screen  casting and crewing services
  • Vengeance Magazine  promotional services
  • Wise Choice  additional location
  • Worldwide Jam  parkour liaisons
  • ZoneOne Studios  compositing


  • Brit Films (2009) (UK) (DVD)
  • IFM World Releasing (2007) (worldwide) (all media)
  • MTI Home Video (2009) (USA) (all media)
  • MTI Video (2009) (USA) (DVD)
  • Mti Home Video
  • Schmalz-Schneider (2009) (Austria) (DVD) (as Illusions Unltd. Films)
  • Sunfilm Entertainment (2009) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Tiberius Film (2009) (Germany) (DVD)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • AFX Industrial
  • Cinebuild (breakway glass)
  • MJ Knights Military Effects (pyrotechnics and practical effects)
  • Mondo FX (additional make-up effects)
  • ZoneOne Studios (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Steve Hayes known as visual effects producer
  • Dc Hewitt known as digital effects artist
  • Ramunas Karpuska known as digital effects artist

Release Date:

  • UK 26 April 2008 (Seni Show)
  • UK 26 April 2008 (Fighting Spirit Film Festival)
  • France 25 January 2009
  • USA 27 January 2009
  • Japan 4 February 2009
  • Germany 13 March 2009
  • Greece 13 March 2009
  • UK 31 March 2009 (End of the Pier International Festival)
  • UK 25 May 2009

MPAA: Rated R for pervasive bloody violence, language and some sexuality/nudity



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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