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Dark Awakening (2014) - Trailer

Dark Awakening (2014) - Trailer
Year: 2014
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M21S
Cast: Lance Henriksen, Todd Davis, Millie Wannamaker, Karen Boles, Christopher Donald Gallagher, Valerie Azlynn, Taran Hall, Jason Cook, Brian Patrick Moize, Kim Pacheco, Dylan Lowe, Robert Crayton, Starr Jones, Jacob Allen, Gil Newsom, Cranston Johnson, William Pifer, LaMyra Kinzer, Tracey Coppedge, Vitaly Andrew LeBeau, Viktor Hernandez, Davis Parker, R. Keith Harris, Paris Parker, Vanelle, Helen Peterson, Dave Geddis, Konisa Rhone, Cornelius Muller, Jr. Amos G. Stokes
Director(s): Dean Jones

Trailer: Dark Awakening (2014)

A thriller centered on a couple who makes an old estate their new home and soon begin to see the spirits of dead children.

IN THEATERS IN THE US TODAY, FRIDAY JULY 17th (2015)

WORLD EXCLUSIVE of the first OFFICIAL TRAILER for horror/suspense/thriller feature film Dark Awakening!

Official Selection SITGES Film Festival 2014

Terrifying experiences surround the Thomas family (James, Jennifer and little Danny) when temporarily residing in an old family estate. They encounter the disturbing spirits of nine dead children, only to be compounded by something far more sinister and far more deadly.

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Synopsis:

Terrifying experiences surround the Thomas family (James, Jennifer and little Danny) when temporally residing in an old family estate. They encounter the disturbing spirits of nine dead children, only to be compounded by something far more sinister and far more deadly.