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Lurking Terror (2002)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 23 May 2002
An ancient demon is used by a sadistic backwoods family to stalk and kill strangers.

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Credited cast:
Angela Ransdell ...
Betty
Dave Cunningham ...
Farmer
Cassy Harlo ...
Thelma
Jamie White ...
Officer Laura Barnes
Jason Waugh ...
Jason
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Lenny
Shaun Buckley ...
Dean
Mark Mutafian ...
Abraham Bridelson
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Reggie
Khayman Brunswick ...
Child Victim
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Evil Victim (as Tommy Brunswick)
Don Donnelley ...
Kenny
Donald England ...
The Evil
Rudy Hatfield ...
Roy (as Dr. Rudy Hatfield)
Jennifer Lowe ...
Lurlene

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An ancient demon is used by a sadistic backwoods family to stalk and kill strangers.

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9 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't really post comments, but wanted to make sure to warn people off this film. It's an unfinished student film with no redeeming features whatsoever. On a technical level, it's completely amateur - constant unintentional jump edits within scenes, dubbing wildly off, etc. The plot is completely clichéd, the structure is laughable, and the acting is embarrassing. I don't want to be too harsh: I've made my share of student films, and they were all awful, but there's no reason for this film to be out in the world where innocent fans will have to see it.

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