The Bay (2012) Trailer

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The Bay 2012 - Trailer

The Bay 2012  Trailer
Year: 2012
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Mystery
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M27S
Cast: Justin Welborn, Anthony Reynolds, Robert C. Treveiler, Jody Thompson, Andrew R. Kaplan, Tim Parati, Ron Stafford, Jane McNeill, Stacy Rabon, Kristen Connolly, Michael Beasley, Andy Stahl, Lauren Cohn, Alisa Harris, Jeff Albertson, Frank Deal, Mellie Boozer, Rasool J'Han, Tim Ross, Sharon McHenryPower, Christopher Denham, Jonathan Hart, Brandon O'Dell, Wyatt Hays, Toni Soshoff, Dave Hager, John Harrington Bland, David Andalman, Tara Polhemus, James Patrick Freetly
Director(s): Barry Levinson

Barry Levinson"s The Bay looks scary and interesting. I need to see this movie like now. On July 4th, a massive cover up was created. The whole reason was to cover up the deadly plague. A mutant breed of parasites has evolved and eats its hosts" body where it then hatches into something even gorier. The Bay stars Will Rogers, Kristen Connolly, Kether Donohue, Frank Deal, Stephen Kunken, Christopher Denham and Nansi Aluka.

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The Bay Official Trailer #1 (2012) - Horror Movie HD





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Synopsis:

This "found-footage" film is set in 2009 in the town of Claridge, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay. During the town's annual 4th of July Crab Festival, townspeople become sick, exhibiting a variety of symptoms, which leads local news reporters to suspect something has infected the water there. No one is sure what it is or how it's transmitted, but as people start to behave strangely, and others turning up dead, fear spawns into panic. The town is shut down as government authorities confiscate video footage from every media or personal source they find, in an effort to cover-up the incident. But one local reporter who witnessed the epidemic, was able to document, assemble, and hide this film in hopes that one day, the horrible truth would be revealed . . .