Transylmania (2009)
In Transylmania, a motley group of college students embark on the wildest, sexiest, most outrageous semester abroad ever at Razvan University. Located deep in the heart of the "cursed land" of Transylvania in a centuries-old castle, Razvan isn't your typical institution of
Genre: Comedy,Horror
Director: David Hillenbrand,Scott Hillenbrand
Release Date: September 4, 2009
Producers: Sanford Hampton
Actors: Oren Skoog,Worm Miller,Patrick Casey,Jennifer Lyons,Tony Denman,Patrick Cavanaugh,Paul H. Kim,David Steinberg,Natalie Garza,Nicole Garza,Musetta Vander,James DeBello,Irena A. Hoffman,Claudiu Trandafir,Simon Petric,Dorin Andone,Dorina Lazar,Mandinga
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