at the 8. September this year celebrates Euro video, the German home theater premiere of specially produced Syfy horror-Thrillers „The Burning Curse“ (im Original: The Hollow). In the elaborate Creature Feature with Deborah Kara Unger (Silent Hill, White Noise), Stephanie Hunt, Sarah Dugdale and Laine MacNeil is on a small island Halloween a place haunted by events. always more residents seem to mysteriously disappear or appear little later visibly disfigured again. The forests have an unholy creature of fire, born bones and earth, the suddenly lunges at all living. Only three had traveled sisters have so far spared the hideous curse and give everything, to escape their inevitable fate. Because can not be killing the sinister creature, only trick and mislead. The Sheldon Wilson (Shallow Ground) staged „The Hollow“ celebrated on 25. October first at Syfy premiere…
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