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Tasmanian Devils is the last horror production set to debut on the SyFy Channel. In this latest outing, those cute furry marsupials are the villains. A group of these critters have escaped a research lab and they have their fangs set on a group of skydivers. Let the mayhem begin! Currently this movie is filming in British Columbia with Original Pictures BC and Vesuvius Productions backing the project. For now, enjoy the film's first concept poster as Tasmanian Devils gets set to premiere on television later this year.
Release Date: 2012 (Television).
Director: Zach Lipovsky.
Writer: Brook Durham.
*a trailer is coming soon.
Tasmanian Devils at The Film Catalogue
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2 items from 2012
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