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Animals (2010)
An unsuspecting, down-and-out man in a washed-up hick town has his life turned upside down when a drop-dead gorgeous stranger walks through the door of the local bar.
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Douglas Aarniokoski
Release Date: June 15, 2010
Producers: Bill Borden,Barry Rosenbush
Actors: Marc Blucas,Naveen Andrews,Nicki Aycox,Eva Amurri,Andy Comeau,Bart Johnson,Gillian Shure,Mark Elias,Ron Roggé,Heidi Shepherd,Adrienne Hartvigsen,Matthew Temple,Chris Tarantino,Charles Halford,Stan Ellsworth,Skip Carlsen,Lorrie Dohoney,Nina Alverez
             
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