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Masters Of Horror: The Damned Thing

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2007
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57 min
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Masters Of Horror: The Damned Thing, On Demand Movie, Horror

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Plot: Twenty-four years ago, outside a small Texas town, young Kevin Reddle watched helplessly as his oilman father brutally slaughtered his mother before being torn apart by an invisible force. Today the county sheriff, Kevin (Sean Patrick Flanery of THE BOONDOCK SAINTS) remains haunted by memories of that night and the fear that the damned thing may someday return. Now as the citizens of Cloverdale explode into a homicidal frenzy, the one man who has uncovered the truth is about to meet his own horrific destiny. Marisa Coughlan (SUPER TROOPERS) and Ted Raimi (DRAG ME TO HELL) co-star in this blood soaked shocker written by Richard Christian Matheson from the classic short story by Ambrose Bierce.
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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