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Devil's Creek (2009)

| Short, Drama, Horror
When a small town preacher is saved from a near death experience by a park ranger, he soon finds that his rescuer quickly becomes his captor.

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Credited cast:
Adrian Alita ...
Ranger
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Adam Mathews
Mohit Ramchandani ...
Prisoner
Christa Mathis ...
Mary
Richard Brestoff ...
Deacon
Peter David Parasiliti ...
Paramedic 1
Jason Whisman ...
Paramedic 2
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Attacker
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Amy Adkisson ...
Church Member
Ryan Adkisson ...
Church Member
Wayne Allsop ...
Church Member
Kelly Barajas ...
Church Member
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Church Member
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Church Member
Nicollette Brant ...
Church Member

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When a small town preacher is saved from a near death experience by a park ranger, he soon finds that his rescuer quickly becomes his captor.

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Yeah this is pretty cool
1 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hey so I don't normally write these things but this movie is pretty cool. It's about this guy who jumps off a cliff and gets stabbed by a stick in the middle of nowhere. Then this park ranger guy finds him and takes him back to his cabin and fixes him up. The guy can't remember what happened to him or where his wife is and then the ranger guy starts chasing him and torturing him, trying to get him to remember. Then there's this other guy who is all beaten up and he says that HE'S the real ranger and the other ranger is a fake. I don't want to ruin it but the ranger guy isn't what you think he is.

I saw this movie at the Eerie Horror Film Festival in Erie, PA. I liked it a lot and I thought it was better than a lot of the full length movies that were playing as well. It was pretty scary but it wasn't like crazy disgusting. If it screens at a festival in your area you should try to check it out.


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