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Body Farm

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Body Farm is a 2020 feature film shot in and around southwestern Pennsylvania off of a script from executive producer Brandon Keenan. Co-directed by Brandon Keenan and Nicholas LaMantia[1], Body Farm follows an independent film company that sends a videographer ahead of a story to investigate a body farm where human decomposition is researched. The footage she sends back leads the rest of her team to follow her footsteps to uncover a grisly medical abyss.[2] The film stars Brandon Keenan, Nicholas LaMantia, Brett Hollabaugh, Genevieve Weiss, David Ogrodowksi, Dave Petti, Tom Mirth, Mike Reeping, and introduces Kristin Cirillo. It features a cameo from Richard Christy of "The Howard Stern Show."[3] The film was produced by Keenan, LaMantia, and veteran Pittsburgh film producer John Gallagher.

Body Farm has won numerous awards on the film festival circuit including Best Feature and Best Sound at the Indie Horror Film Festival.[4] as well as five different awards from the Guerrilla Movie Makers Awards. [5] Screening in over two dozen film festivals,[6] the film premiered locally in Pittsburgh, PA at the Oaks Theatre on January 23, 2018.[7] As of March 1, 2020, the film, distributed through Quiver Digital, is available on DirecTV[8], Google Play[9], Amazon[10], Microsoft Movie & TV[11], and Apple iTunes[12] with more to be announced.


  • Brandon Keenan as Erik Williams
  • Nicholas LaMantia as Ashton
  • Brett Hollabaugh as Zach
  • David Ogrodowski as John Cloman
  • Genevieve Weiss as Justyne Carver
  • Dave Petti as Dr. Dorus
  • Mike Reeping as Security Officer Thompson
  • Tom Mirth as Security Officer Lynch
  • Jim Johnston as The Disgruntled Security Officer
  • Kristin Cirillo as Erin Saver
  • Shawn Shelpman as Jason
  • John W. Iwanonkiw as Chief Clint Davis
  • Jennifer Andrada as Deputy Ann Slate
  • Richard Christy as Richard


In 2007, Brandon Keenan wrote the first draft of Body Farm after a friend told him about body farms and the gory nature of them. He decided to take that concept and turn it into a horror film script. Fast forward to 2015 and Keenan was ready to tackle a short film version of the project. With four days of production and about a year of post-production, the film was ready to go into feature film production. Keenan and LaMantia took over as co-directors for the feature-length Body Farm in February 2016.

Principal photography took 22 days and lasted until December of 2017. Keenan continued editing the film throughout the filmmaking process to ready it for its January 2018 premiere. Mikey Rukus, composer for AEW Wrestling[14], came on board to do the music in Fall 2017. [15]



  1. Writer, Joanna Li | Staff (2018-01-16). "Pitt alumni produce 'Body Farm' film". The Pitt News. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  2. Body Farm (2018) - IMDb, retrieved 2020-03-08
  3. White, Zach [@ztwhite23] (2020-03-01). "New month. New movie. @BodyFarmMovie is now available on streaming platforms in 60 different countries! My dude — @KVTProductions (Brandon Keenan) — busted his ass making this film. Show him some bloody love and spend your Sunday down on the farm — the BODY FARM!pic.twitter.com/dhrwPfvbOe" (Tweet). Retrieved 2020-03-08 – via Twitter.
  4. "Awards". indiehorrorfest.com. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  5. "Round Three". GMMA. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  6. "Body Farm the Movie". Body Farm the Movie. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  7. "Oaks Theater Hosts Premiere Of Local Horror Film 'Body Farm'". STEEL CINEMA. 2018-01-19. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  8. "Body Farm". DirecTV. March 1, 2020. Retrieved March 8, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. "Body Farm - Movies on Google Play". play.google.com. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  10. "Body Farm". prime video. amazon. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  11. "Body Farm". Microsoft TV & Movies. March 1, 2020. Retrieved March 8, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  12. ‎Body Farm on iTunes, retrieved 2020-03-08
  13. Body Farm (2018) - IMDb, retrieved 2020-03-08
  14. "Brandi Rhodes Reveals Who Is Behind AEW's Music, Cody Rhodes Talks WWE". Wrestling Inc. 2019-06-08. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  15. Time, Terror (2017-08-19). "MMA Music Producer Mikey Rukus Sets His Eyes On Creating the Scores for Horror Films". Tom Hollands Terror Time. Retrieved 2020-03-08.

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