Since Freddy vs Jason wait genre fans in vain for a meeting further horror-Icon. This should be no later than „Death House“ change, which is now touted as the Expendables of horror because of its massive genre-Star banns. And the names can actually be seen: Besides Kane Hodder and Robert Englund, Tony Todd have, Bill Moseley, Michael Berryman, Debbie Rochon, Sid Haig, to see Bill Oberst or Dee Walace front of the camera, by venturing on the side of Cody Longo and Cortney Palm in one of the most dangerous prisons in the world and to maintain law and order among the bestial prisoners. The film is intended as a homage to the classic horror film, but has a fresh, new approach to Lovecraft on. The practical effects all come from FX magician Roy Knyrim and to us to premiere late 2016 Beginning 2017 shivers down the spine.
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