Legend tells of a creature unlike any known to man. Some say it's the devil's most prized invention. A creature which takes on the characteristics of those who have slain it, as well as ... See full summary »

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(as Fox Valade)
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Brian Altman ...
Ricky Norse
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Elijah 'Eli' Rider
Mary C. Casey ...
Vampire Victim (as Mary Casey)
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The Cowboy
Dave Cunningham ...
Sam Shaw
Greg Dow ...
Carlton Corrington
Jamin Fite ...
The Vampire
Brooke Hayes ...
Debra Avery
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Alice St. James
Alexis Nemeth ...
Vampire Victim
J.L. Rostam-Abadi ...
The Knight
Jonny Rostamabadi ...
The Peasant Boy (as Jonathan Rostam-Abadi)
Heidi Smith ...
The Vampiress (as Heidi E. Smith)
Pete LaDuke ...
Benny (as Brock Tarzana)
Matt Valade ...
Maxwell M. Dobbs (as Fox Valade)
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Legend tells of a creature unlike any known to man. Some say it's the devil's most prized invention. A creature which takes on the characteristics of those who have slain it, as well as those which it has slain. A creature that can be destroyed again and again only to come back stronger every time. A creature named The Sorcalak. Unfortunately, seven stereotypical horror film characters on a religious retreat are headed straight for it. Written by Yev

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Four Teenagers, One Beast of Hellfire, Place Your Bets

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Comedy | Horror

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21 March 2005 (Austria)  »

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Curse of 1000 Tomorrows  »

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$1,000 (estimated)
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Director 'Brett Pierce''s father worked on the original The Evil Dead (1981). See more »

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I went to the movie premiere and....
1 January 2004 | by (Livonia, Michigan) – See all my reviews

I'd have to say it was a pretty sweet low budget horror movie. I wouldn't mind getting my hands on a copy to show some of my friends who I have recommended this movie to.

The coolest thing is probably how well the special effects were done even though it was such a low budget movie. I heard they made it on a weekend with about 1,000 dollars. Kind of inspiring really!


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