The protagonist of the upcoming horror film „Bed of the Dead“ be faced with the scenario, by the bedroom transforms from now on equal to an absolute nightmare. Perhaps it is better to stay away from antiques, in particular of ancient beds, which are covered with curses. four Boy People from „Bed of the Dead“ can their curiosity not control and give to, by opting to drop into bed - and be hooked. The clique is namely increasingly determined, that there is no longer getting, if one has once laid. Who leaves the bed, shall be punished with a painful death. Nevertheless, it could still be the better option. The bed plaguing his victims namely with devastating hallucinations and other torture methods, they are intended to encourage, to get out of bed…
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