at the 6. October appears the American Backwoods Slasher „The Blackburn Asylum“, in which we in our best „Wrong Turn“-go style on a discovery tour through the American hinterland. Dabei dürfen degenerierte Mutanten und Hinterwäldler natürlich nicht fehlen. Whether actors like Brad Loree, Lochlyn Munro (SCARY movie), Emilie Ullerup and Calum Worthy, Sarah Lindm, Zack Peledeau and Alexander Calvert have grown this particular challenge? The teen-slasher plays in a small town in Alaska, which is now considered a ghost town and always reminds a grisly past. This prevents a daring clique but not because, stop by and Rules to break. Doch nach einem plötzlichen Waldbrand und Felssturz sind die fünf Freunde vom College dort gefangen, where they really should not be in any case. Refuge they seek in the abandoned mines Blackburn…
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When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will dance on earth! Friends, presents the Crypt: “Dravens Radio from the Crypt“! Here you will a hand-picked Musikprogramm necessary, which was collected by Draven specifically for the best reader of the internetwork. From punk to rock, Folk- bis Thrash-Metal, for every dark music's taste. Of course, still a bit louder and better!
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