Strange Things Happen at Sundown Trailer

Strange Things Happen at Sundown Trailer (2003)

30 November 2003

What happens when normal people find they need to kill, in order to survive? This is the story of such a group of people, suddenly turned into vampires, and carving a path of blood and mayhem throughout New York City. Slowly, they lose their grip on reality, and turn into an army of anti-social, psychopathic misfits; and surely, they turn on each other.

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Masha Sapron

as Narrator

Joseph DeVito

as Jimmy Fangs

Joshua Nelson

as Joey the Butcher

Shannon Moore

as Annabelle

Steve Gonzalez

as The Reaper

International Releases Dates

United States 30 November 2003

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