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Nightbeasts (2009)
A divorced father and his son go on a weekend hunting trip in the mountains and encounter the supernatural horror known as Sasquatch.
Genre: Action,Adventure,Drama,Fantasy,Horror,Science Fiction,Thriller
Director: Wes Sullivan
Release Date: November 10, 2009
Producers: Wes Sullivan
Actors: Zach Galligan,Robert Miano,Apesanahkwat,Patty Toy,Audra Wise,Sonny Skyhawk,Billy Daydoge,Donn Angelos,Holly Wilson,Chad Trager
             
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