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DeadTime (2011)
A Birmingham-based band are ordered by their unhappy record company to an old warehouse; the goal being to re-start their ailing careers with a kick-ass new promo video. Unfortunately the band and their entourage find themselves targets of a mysterious knife-wielding maniac, haunted by the
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Tony Jopia
Release Date: January 10, 2011
Producers: Tony Jopia,Dominic Took
Actors: Elisabeth Shahlavi,Carl Coleman,Laurence Saunders,Alex Marieka Hanly,Julian Boote,Terry Christian,Stephen Spencer,Matt Gibbons,Louis Murrall,Elle Wood,Leslie Grantham,Emily Welch,Joe Egan,Stephen Bishop,Adam Carrington Fray,Ian Donnelly,Theresa Roche
             
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