Stan Helsing (2009)
The action takes place on Halloween night, when a videostore clerk, Stan Helsing, must reluctantly save a town from the six most-feared monsters in cinematic history.
Genre: Comedy,Horror
Director: Bo Zenga
Release Date: October 30, 2009
Producers: Bo Zenga
Actors: Diora Baird,Leslie Nielsen,Steve Howey,Kenan Thompson,Ben Cotton,Holly Eglington,Ildiko Ferenczi,Desi Lydic,Tara Wilson,Alain Chanoine,Zorianna Kit,Jeff Gulka,Nathan Dashwood,Kathryn Kirkpatrick,Elysia Rotaru,Twan Holliday,Robin Nielsen,Gray Szakacs
             
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