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Thursday, September 3, 2020

At the Very Least You’re Getting Practical Monsters in ‘A Dark Path’ This Month [Trailer]

Director Nicholas Winter is back with creature feature A Dark Path on the road to Halloween, being released by Trinity Creative on DVD and Digital on September 15, 2020.

In the film, “On their way home from a party in eastern Europe, sisters Abi and Lily get lost. With no signal and an unreliable GPS, they try to navigate their way out using road signs. Along a narrow road, through a deep forest, their front tire suddenly blows out. With no spare or cell service they are completely cut off.

“Soon they discover that this is no ordinary forest and there is a reason no cars come up here, for the locals know of what lives deep in the woods. And there is nowhere to run.”

Makenna Guyler, Ade Dimberline, Jimmy Essex and Mari Beaseley star.

Find the trailer and release art below.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3630468/least-youre-getting-practical-monsters-dark-path-month-trailer/

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