Flu Bird Horror (2008)
Genre: Horror
Director: Leigh Scott
Release Date: August 23, 2008
Producers: Wilfried Ackermann
Actors: Clare Carey,Lance Guest,Jonathon Trent,Sarah Butler,Rebekah Kochan,Bill Posley,Brent Lydic,Gabriel Costin,Calin Stanciu,Bart Sidles,Tarri Markell,Serban Celea,Vasile Albinet,Florian Ciprian,Roxana Iancu,Jack Lazzaro,Cristian Motiu,Razvan Oprea
             
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