Acolytes (2009)
A tension soaked stalk and chase thriller. In their senior year of high school, James and Mark find a way to stop being the victim, they’re going to kill their nemesis… That is when they stumble upon the serial killer who will do the killing for them.
Genre: Crime,Drama,Horror,Thriller
Director: Jon Hewitt
Release Date: July 28, 2009
Producers: Grant Bradley,Gary Hamilton,Richard Stewart,Penny Wall
Actors: Danny Baldwin,Holly Baldwin,Harley Bennick,Michael Dorman,Sue Dwyer,Joel Edgerton,Sebastian Gregory,Isabella Heathcote,Todd Levi,Hanna Mangan Lawrence,Belinda McClory,Joshua Payne,Anthony Phelan,Leigh Prewecki,Ryan Sheldrake,Samuel Nolan
             
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