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Storm Warning

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A couple lost in a swamp find refuge in a farmhouse only to discover they are dead wrong. Shortly after docking their sailboat on a remote island, the stranded pair is captured by a psychotic man and his two demented sons.
Actors: Robert Taylor,
Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor 1963, Australia
Jonathan Oldham,
Jonathan Oldham
Jonathan Oldham
Puss,
Puss
Puss
Nadia Farès,
Nadia Farès
Nadia Farès 20 December 1968, Marrakech, Morocco
Mathew Wilkinson,
Mathew Wilkinson
Mathew Wilkinson
David Lyons,
David Lyons
David Lyons 16 April 1976, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
John Brumpton
John Brumpton
John Brumpton
Genre: Horror
Director: Jamie Blanks
Jamie Blanks
Jamie Blanks
Country: International
Release: 2007
IMDb: 5.8
Quality:
Duration: 86 min
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