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Suicide Girls Must Die! (2010)
What is it about watching other people shaking in terror that freaks us out and yet still engages our attention? Why are movies like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity so successful with movie audiences? These are two horror films that blurred the lines of horror and reality.
Genre: Comedy,Horror,Thriller
Director: Sawa Suicide
Release Date: March 12, 2010
Producers:
Actors: Missy Suicide,Sawa Suicide,Amina Suicide,Bully Suicide,Fractal Suicide,JoLiegh Suicide,Rigel Suicide,Mary Suicide,Roach Suicide,Rama Suicide,Daven Suicide,James Suicide,Evan Suicide
             
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