The Jailhouse (2009)
Small town, the American dream. A blue-collar family living the idyllic rural lifestyle. Nothing is out of place save for the lacking white picket fence - and the old JAIL that occupies the 2nd floor of their century-old home. Seth Delray knew the possibilities before he
Genre: Horror,Mystery,Thriller
Director: Billy Lewis
Release Date: October 30, 2009
Producers: Heath Franklin,Billy Lewis,Brandon Luck
Actors: C. Thomas Howell,Lindsey McKeon,Darren Dalton,Rey Valentin,Siri Baruc,Sahr Ngaujah,Phillip Troy Linger,Ken Aguilar,Madison Weidberg,David Schifter,Steven St. Gelais,Raymond Scott Parks,Nate Panning,Brandon Luck,Raymond Shepard,Bryan Mahoney
             
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