Dread (2010)
Three college students set out to document what other people dread most.
Genre: Horror
Director: Anthony DiBlasi
Release Date: January 29, 2010
Producers: Lauri Apelian,Clive Barker,Joe Daley,Jorge Saralegui,Nigel Thomas,Charlotte Walls
Actors: Jackson Rathbone,Shaun Evans,Hanne Steen,Laura Donnelly,Jonathan Readwin,Vivian Gray,Carl McCrystal,Sarah Ball,Steven Clarke,Adam Davenport,Elissa Dowling,Paloma Faith,Erin Gavin,Siobhan Hewlett,Matt Jessup,Kieran Murphy,Leon Ockenden,Ian Pirie
             
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