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Horror in the Wind (2008)

Two biogeneticists invent an airborne formula that changes the sexual orientation of anyone it reaches.

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Perren Hedderson ...
Richard
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Ed
Courtney Bell ...
Joan
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Lisa
Robert Puryear ...
Rev Karl
Erin J. Miller ...
Bethany (as Erin Miller)
Katie Mehrer ...
Wanda Sue
Gabe Morrison ...
Hank
Monica Helm ...
Daisy
Dennis Foulkrod ...
Frank
Bruce Harders ...
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Ernest Sturdevant ...
Vice Pres
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FAX News Reporter
Misty Moberly ...
Sharon
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SS Agent #1 / Vatican Priest (as Andy Maiorano)
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Two biogeneticists invent an airborne formula that changes the sexual orientation of anyone it reaches.

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Breathe In. Come Out.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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$52,863 (estimated)
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Turned On Too Long
Written by Paul Morris
Performed by Laura Burgo
Produced by Bill Mona
Courtesy of Wallflower Production
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Parody Sci Fi Adventure
13 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

I was in a school meeting with this woman, interviewing for a job as a teacher, and she had to postpone our interview because she was so engrossed in telling her friend this story. The story was of the most hilarious movie she had ever seen. She was laughing so hard I thought she was going to choke. She went on and on about "Horror in the Wind" so I bought the DVD and yes, she was right. The kids had to be left out because there is a lot of sex in it. Funny sex. My wife and I watched it in our room and snickered til the end. It's a highly unlikely futuristic sci fi comedy but fun. Religious fanatics (Pat Robertson) win the white house and fund research to put an end to sex but it goes haywire. I guess they got what they deserved.


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