A low-rent bounty hunter named Rod Rosse, The One Man Posse, gets entangled in a web of danger when he takes on a job from an ex-biker/ex-wrestler turned U.S. senator named 'Deathface.'

  • Aug 10, 2018
  • Animation

Cast & Crew

  • Dave Foley

    Dave FoleyActor

    Dave Foley dropped out of an alternative high school to do stand-up comedy. He met Kevin McDonald at an improv class and, while employed as movie ushers, they began working as a comedy team. In 1984 they merged with another team to form "The Kids in the Hall". Foley made his film debut at 22 as the lead in the Canadian film High Stakes (1986).
  • Matthew Modine

    Matthew ModineActor

    The youngest of seven, Matthew was born in Loma Linda, Ca, to Dolores (Warner), a bookkeeper, and Mark Alexander Modine, a drive-in theater manager. After graduating high school in Imperial Beach, Ca. Modine moved to NYC (1979). Matthew studied with Stella Adler at her Conservatory of Acting. While still a student of hers, he began landing starring roles in film, and later theatre and television. Matthew has worked with many of the most highly regarded directors including, Christopher Nolan, Oliver Stone, Sir Alan Parker, Stanley Kubrick, Robert Altman, Abel Ferrara, Alan J. Pakula, John Schlesinger, Tony Richardson, Robert Falls, Sir Peter Hall, Spike Lee, Tom DiCillo, Mike Figgis, Jonathan Demme and John Sayles. A partial list of his films include: The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Birdy (1984), Vision Quest (1985), Full Metal Jacket (1987), Married to the Mob (1988), Gross Anatomy (1989), Memphis Belle (1990), Pacific Heights (1990), Short Cuts (1993), The Browning Version (1994) and Any Given Sunday (1999). Matthew is the recipient of a Golden Globe Award, Venice Film Festival Volpi Cup and Golden Lion. Mary (2005), directed by Abel Ferrara, co-starring Juliette Binoche and Forest Whitaker, won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival. Birdy won the Cannes Film Festival Gran Prix. Equinox (1992), directed by Alan Rudolph, received four Independent Spirit Award nominations including Best Actor and Best Film. For his work in television, Matthew was part of the Emmy winning Showtime series Weeds (2005). He has received Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations for the M.O.W. What the Deaf Man Heard (1997) and HBO's Emmy winning And the Band Played On (1993). Modine has directed several distinguished short films: When I Was a Boy (1993), Smoking (1994), Ecce Pirate (1997), I Think I Thought (2008) and To Kill an American (2008).


    From drama to comedy, Ruby Modine has quickly become a rising star in the entertainment industry, landing roles in critically acclaimed films and prolific television series. Modine may be best known for her breakout role on seasons seven and eight of Showtime's long-running hit series "Shameless" opposite William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum. She was a scene stealer as Sierra Morton, Lip Gallagher's (Jeremy Allen White) latest love interest who is a waitress at Patsy's Pies, and mom to a young son with her drug-addicted ex-boyfriend. Fans were drawn to Modine's character, as they watched Sierra and Lip head down an intense and turbulent road, eventually ending in heartbreak. On the film front, Modine can be seen starring as Brandi Wells in the indie drama "American Desert" opposite Michael Ironside and Will Brandt. Directed by Adrian Bartol, the story follows Matt Benning (Brandt), a veteran who served in Afghanistan who finds himself entangled in a dangerous web of drugs, violence, and toxic love that eventually has him running and hiding for his life (2019). Modine will also reprise her role as villainess nursing student Lori Spengler in Blumhouse Productions' thriller sequel "Happy Death Day 2" opposite Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Suraj Sharma, and Sarah Yarkin (2019). Born in Los Angeles, California and raised in New York City Modine knew from a young age she wanted to be an actress. Her Puerto Rican mother and her father, acclaimed actor Matthew Modine ("Full Metal Jacket," "The Dark Knight Rises," "Stranger Things,") nurtured their daughter's love for bringing characters to life. Modine got her first taste acting on stage as Aphrodite in a school play, and was hooked ever since. Modine landed her first big break in a pilot for HBO directed by James Franco entitled "A Visit from the Goon Squad," based on the 2011 Pulitzer Prize winning book by Jennifer Egan. While the series did not move forward, it put Modine on the map as "one to watch." She went on to appear in the film "Memoria" opposite James Franco and Thomas Mann, and indies "Central Park" and "My Love Affair with Marriage" before landing the starring role of Lori Spengler in "Happy Death Day" in 2017. "Happy Death Day" opened No. 1 at the box office domestically and grossed over $100 million at the box office worldwide. When Modine isn't on set, you can find her in the recording studio writing, producing, and recording original music. Her debut EP with her band, Ruby Modine & the Disease, is currently in production and sated for release in late 2018. Modine's sound; soulful, pure, and polished will intertwine through each track- all being inspired from her personal life and experiences. Aside from working on screen and recording music, Modine loves to go on adventures and road trips, paint, and write. Traveling is one of her greatest passions. On the charity front, Modine recently got involved with Best Friends Organization, which works to ensure there are no more homeless pets nationwide. Modine currently resides in the Los Angeles area.
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