Darren Lynn Bousman kidnapped us „Abattoir“ in a masonry, where each room could mean certain death. The following, first movie clip takes us on a journey into the of sinister forces went into fitting Horror-estate. Joe Anderson (The Crazies, Hercules, The Grey) embodied in the film a dedicated real estate agent, the endeavor to selling a house, in which it has recently come to a bloody massacre. The tour comes to a sudden end, as a strange man shows up on his doorstep and entangled him in a horror network of shocking crimes of violence. Bousman was middle of the last decade due to its directed „SAW II“ known. After „Saw III“ and „Saw IV“ he left 2007 of the popular series to puzzle Jigsaw Killer and took such projects „Mother's Day“, „11-11-11“ or „The Barrens“ in attack. The Geisterspuk was 6. October 2016 German Home on DVD and Blu-ray.
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