Staunton Hill (2009)
Directed by the son of legendary cult filmmaker George A. Romero, Cameron Romero is clearly following in his father's fearful footsteps as a master of terror and suspense.When a group of hikers take off for a weekend of fun and adventure in remote mountain region, they unwittingly stumble
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: G. Cameron Romero
Release Date: October 6, 2009
Producers: Christofer Lombardo
Actors: Kathy Lamkin,Cristen Coppen,David Rountree,Kiko Ellsworth,Christine Carlo,Paula Rhodes,Charlie Bodin,B.J. Hendricks,Cooper Huckabee,Sherry Weston,Reema Anbari,Jake Andolina,Lauren Bayer,Kevin Kirkpatrick
             
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