The Frightening Trailer

The Frightening Trailer (2002)

"If you don't fit in... you're dead!" 01 April 2002 Horror 85 mins

The eighteen years old Corey Peterson moves with his mother to a small town due a trauma in the past. On his first day at Hallows End High School, he is approached by the student also new arrival in town Mason that tells him about a death of a friend of him in the school and advises Corey to stay away from the wrestler Perry and his gang. When two other students vanish, Corey decides to talk to Principal Rizcheck, who does not give any attention to him. Together with Mason, they investigate the secret about the school and disclose the dark truth about Hallows End and the missing students.

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Cast

Brinke Stevens

as Mrs. Peterson

Matthew Twining

as Corey Peterson

Kyle Lupo

as Wyatt

Elizabeth Bruderman

as Miss Birch

Robert Donavan

as Principal Rizcheck

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Canada 11 February 2003

Spain 16 July 2003

United States 01 April 2002

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