Razortooth  (2009)
The red band trailer for Lionsgates' DVD release Razortooth. Deep in the Florida Everglades, something is alive that should have died eons ago. Something is feeding when it should be full.
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Patricia Harrington
Release Date: June 2, 2009
Producers: Joseph P. Genier
Actors: Kathleen LaGue,Doug Swander,Matt Holly,Brandon Breault,Mark Butler,Kent Butterworth,Tim Colceri,Rick Dean,Paul Di Franco,Joseph P. Genier,Kate Gersten,Dakota Hills,Heather Hills,Kelly Kwon,Joanna Lara,Adam McCrory,Matthew McGillicuddy,K'Dee Miller
             
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