Eyes Beyond (2010)
The Morales' brothers invite their next door neighbors over for dinner but dinner turns out to be a spiraling nightmare for the Roger's family.
Genre: Drama,Horror,Thriller
Director: Daniel Reininghaus
Release Date: August 5, 2010
Producers: Daniel Reininghaus,Elizabeth Rizzuto
Actors: Robert Nolan,Danielle Barker,Evan Eisenstadt,Daniel Reininghaus,Kelly-Marie Murtha,Talon D Roach,Deanna L. Palazzo
             
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