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The Wretched (2008)

A group of college students venture out to an abandoned farm to complete a research project on the crops. They soon discover that the land holds horrifying secrets from the past.

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Credited cast:
Lara Adkins ...
Emma Cartwright
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Trent
Mike Delange ...
Raliegh Cartwright
Melanie Gillis ...
Cheryl
Chelsie Hartness ...
Linda
Matt Harwell ...
Alex
Jessica Hotovy ...
Shelly
Eliot Irvin ...
Jack Cartwright
Daniel B. Iske ...
Tom
Wendy Iske ...
Robin
Nick Sanchez ...
Frank
Michelle Schrage ...
Randy
Matt Tatroe ...
Josh
Sarah Wald ...
Ashley
William Wassem ...
Prof. Foy
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Buried beneath 150 years of deception, a heart of darkness still beats. It waits for the next listener to its tale. When seven agronomy students arrive on an abandoned farm to conduct soil research, they rouse a curse long-forgotten. The truth filters into their subconscious as the students unravel secrets long-buried and left for dead. As the curse calls louder and louder, they must unlock the puzzle or fall victim to the wretched souls damned by the land's false history. Written by Ehren Parks

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The truth will set you free...if it doesn't kill you first.

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Proper Dining Etiquette
Written by Mark Bookerand Chris Marsh
Performed by Mistaken
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Rocked me
12 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I checked out the Indie Gathering for the 2nd year in a row and again was seeing a disappointing set of films until I saw this film on Saturday night. From the beginning it just had a tone that gripped you and wouldn't let go. It certainly wasn't as bloody or in your face as most horror films being kicked out these days, but it was campy, funny and scary in a good old school sort of way. The dialogue was quick, the scenery worked well for them and they took advantage of it, the chicks were hot and showed some good skin and the minute I thought things were a little slow, the movie picked up for a crazy frenetic ending. The filmmakers said they would be playing festivals the rest of the year so check it out if it comes to your city.


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