In her new shocker „viral“ Swap Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman the Found Footage-horror of Paranormal Activity against a scenario truly apocalyptic magnitude. Hier wird die Welt nämlich von einem gefährlichen Parasiten überrannt, of all concerned into mindless Monster verwandelt und sich rasant unter der Bevölkerung verbreitet. Im von Jason Blum produzierten Seuchen-Schocker gerät das Leben einer jungen Frau, Analeigh Tipton (Warm Bodies), completely out of joint, nachdem die Erdbevölkerung von einer mysteriösen Krankheit übermannt wurde, all stakeholders in strange, turns mindless creatures with slimy tentacles. Stacey protection hopes in her parents' home. However, it does not take long, to the impact of the horrifying disease can also find there a way inside. Whether they can escape the impending doom and beat the monster to flight, is the American home theater premiere on 29. July 2016 show…
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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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