Whispering Corridors 3: Wishing Stairs Trailer

Whispering Corridors 3: Wishing Stairs Trailer (2003)

01 August 2003 Horror, Foreign 97 mins

A staircase leading to the dormitory of a remote boarding school usually has 28 stairs, but every so often there appears to be 29. When someone steps on the mysterious extra stair, the horror begins.

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Whispering Corridors 3 Wishing Stairs Trailer

여고괴담 3: 세 번째 이야기 여우계단 Trailer

Yeogo goedam 3: Yeowoo gyedan Trailer

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Korea 01 August 2003

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