The Tortured (2010)
From the producers of the multi-million-dollar Saw horror franchise comes a story torn from today’s news headlines.A young mother (Erika Christensen – Traffic, Flight Plan) and her husband (Jesse Metcalf – Desperate Housewives, Beyond a Reasonable Doubt) decide that the criminal justice system
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Robert Lieberman
Release Date: TBA 2010
Producers: Mark Burg,Oren Koules,Carl Mazzocone,Marek Posival
Actors: Jesse Metcalfe,Erika Christensen,Bill Moseley,Chelah Horsdal,Aaron Pearl,Viv Leacock,Fulvio Cecere,Sheila Shah,Yee Jee Tso,Samantha Gutstadt,Alfonso Quijada,Thomas Greenwood,Bill Lippincott,Zak Santiago
             
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