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Pirelli, a burnt-out detective, is forced out of retirement to locate a young rapper in Baja Mexico. But before he gets anywhere, he is taken captive by a Russian family locked in a beast cult that worships the notorious Chupacabra.


GENRE:  Horror/Thriller/Crime






A native of Chicago, Jeff Daniel Phillips' artistic pursuits began with his studies of Fine Arts abroad in Italy and evolved into filmmaking at the University of Southern California where he received degrees in both. After graduation, he developed a career both behind and in front of the camera. Jeff has over ten years experience working as a production designer, art director and propmaster for film, television, music videos, commercials and print ads.

During his studies, Jeff developed a love of acting beginning with roles on stage in productions stateside and in Europe. His theatre work evolved into television roles, most recently landing recurring roles for two seasons on the Marvel series The Gifted for FOX, Westworld, produced by J.J. Abrams for HBO and TV dramedies Claws for TNT and Flaked for Netflix. Also on television, Jeff originated the Geico Caveman character and was spokesman for eight years. During the popular, award-winning campaign he appeared in commercials, print, their website and in the ABC sitcom titled Cavemen. Film-wise, Jeff has had supporting roles in such classics as Robert Redford's Sneakers and David Fincher's Zodiac. More recently he has a leading role in Becoming also starring Toby Kebbell, Penelope Mitchell and Jason Patric and the lead iconic role of Herman Munster in Rob Zombie’s Universal feature film The Munsters. This will be Jeff's fifth feature collaboration with the horror legend acting in Halloween II, The Lords of Salem, 31 and 3 From Hell.

Throughout his career Jeff has directed multiple short films and music videos, winning awards at festivals such as the Rotterdam International Film Festival and most recently Short Film Fest for Love Ghost’s Dead Brother music video. Jeff is excited to use much of what he’s learned from the Horror world in his next feature film Cursed in Baja.



Kent Isaacs is a music industry entrepreneur, working in the music industry since the early 80’s. Working as a producer-technician, recording, mixing and co-writing many Grammy-winning and Gold/Platina-selling records-artists, both international and Swedish. He went on to establish renowned studios, Cosmos Studios, a purpose built, state-of-the-art songwriting and recording facility with 10 studios in Stockholm. The studio have been a creative hub for hundreds of prominent Scandinavian and international artists, songwriters and producers. 2009, Kent acquired the biggest independent label in Sweden. Cosmos Music is the biggest independent music company in Sweden with stand-alone divisions in both label,  publishing and music studios. 

After relocating to Los Angeles, Kent has continued to work with new artists while also branching out into the television and film business, working behind the scenes connecting writers and composers with Hollywood Industry producers. Besides heading numerous international commercial and music video productions shot in Los Angeles, Cursed in Baja will be Kent’s first feature film produced.



Keith Coleman, a photographer and filmmaker was born in Stamford, CT and grew up in Cape Cod, MA.  He gained a degree specializing in Photography from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.  Keith moved to Brooklyn, NY after graduation.

Upon arriving in New York, Keith was able to assist legendary photographer Albert Watson.  Keith became Watson’s 1st assistant which manifested incomparable professional and life experiences. Keith currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.

These days Keith feels at home when a camera is in his hands, whether it’s documenting a motorcycle ride through Utah or capturing content for commercial clients. Keith’s work can be seen at

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