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The Devil’s Five Photo Gallery #3

Please enjoy this photo gallery in celebration of final post production phase of The Devil’s Five segment for the upcoming horror-thriller DEVIL’S FIVE.

Writer/Director Terry R. Wickham and Editor Kris Ramsey are putting something together a little something special for the End Credits that everyone should enjoy.

Terry R. Wickham (center) directs actor Ed Gorman (Ambulance Driver) during the shoot for The Devil’s Five segment, while actress Diana Noris (Vala Schneider) stands near at the old Grumman airport runway Calverton, NY


Director of Photography Edwin M. Figueroa prepares to film a Interrogation Room Scene. Kevin Cusick (Detective Armitage) applies eye drops, while Sound Recordist Patrick Reilly stands ready with boom mic and Ralf Scheepers (Ansell Schneider) sits patiently.


Make-Up Artist Sarah Cruz prepares Vanessa Michelle Charles (Corporal Hamilton) for Police Front Desk scene in The Devil’s Five.


Candy Nairovy (Officer Pope) is armed for good reason in The Devil’s Five


Action is the name of the game in The Devil’s Five. DP Edwin Figueroa talks to David Denowitz (Captain Friedkin), while Director Terry Wickham goes over the scene scene with his Devil’s Five Partner George Brianka who plays Mister Jingles in the segment.  Make-Up Artist Sarah Cruz listens in distance. At the same time Stunt Coordinator Matt Solazzo prepares actress Diana Noris (Vala Schneider) who’s barely on screen on far right. Actress Sarah Haruko (Detective Hannigan) standing back to us center, takes it all in.


Actress Diana Noris and Sound Recordist Pat Reilly chill between setups on the airport runway in Calverton.


1st AC John Galeano prepares one of the RED cameras during the shooting of TDF at Riverhead Town Hall basement.


Terry Wickham directs Ed Gorman (Ambulance Driver), while Lauren Dougherty (Nurse Davenport) and Richard Kern (Dr. Goode) listen in Calverton, NY.


Special Make-Up Effects Artist Church Haley airbrushes Diana Noris to play Vala Schneider in TDF.


Production Designer Michelle Rickert middle in distance prepares the bloodbath inside the ambulance. Key Grip Michael Goguey (bottom left) and Special Make-Up Effects Artist Church Haley (bottom right) do their part to fill the medical transport vehicle with carnage.


DP Edwin Figueroa films Ralf Scheepers (Ansell Schneider) while AC John Galeano and AC Guillermo Cameo stand ready to assist in Riverhead, NY
On September 27, 2015 the Harvest Moon shone bright over the The Devil’s Five shoot in Calverton, New York.
Producer/actor Richard Kern, Jesse Ray Sheps (Devin), Nadie Lahaie (Babs), Lawrence Levy (Beat-up Business Man) and Michael Pope (Cloaked Figure) seem to be enjoying the TDF shoot in Riverhead, NY.


Writer/Director Terry R. Wickham was real happy to be work again with his Devil’s Five Partner/TDF DP Edwin M. Figueroa on the airport runway set in Calverton, NY.

Sarah Cruz to play “Director’s Date” and Make-Up Artist for “Choke”


Producer Terry Wickham is excited to announce “Stash”/”XXistence Teaser Trailer/”The Devil’s Five”  Make-Up Artist Sarah Cruz will be returning to handle the Make-Up duties on the upcoming “Choke” segment and for the first time appearing in one of the movies, as one of the “Director’s Dates.” Terry says, “I love working with Sarah. Everybody raves about Sarah and for good reason.  She’s kind, selfless and honestly quite beautiful.  When I was having trouble casting an actress as Director George Brianka’s Date in the film it suddenly struck me, why not call Sarah.  George gave me an idea of the type of date he was hoping to have and with Sarah’s incredible appearance  and personality, she more than fits the bill. Plus George has worked with her on “The Devil’s Five” so it just made a lot of sense.”

Sarah’s Bio:


Originally from Manhattan, New York Sarah Cruz’s impeccable eye for makeup started just as a teenager. Her inspiration came from several high fashion magazines, runway shows, and celebrity work viewed on television. Sarah’s curiosity with makeup lead to experiment on herself, friends and family members. She soon began to astonish people with her self-taught preciseness, and knack for her art with makeup. She was soon asked by a local clothing designer to do makeup for her fashion shows. This experience, while unpaid and unofficial, arose a reassurance of her dream and desire to one day become a professional makeup artist.

Sarah’s ambition was becoming evident to all. Weeks and months of research lead Sarah to enroll in Make-up Designory in New York City; highly recognized and respected school of makeup artistry with award winning makeup artists as teachers. Now being a graduate, Cruz has developed a rapport with well-known artists, has worked with personal clients and has done fashion shoots. NYFW, TV shows and horror films. She currently resides in NYC and is available for work in NY, NJ and PA.

Please visit Sarah’s site to view more of her work: