Return to Horror High 2010 Horror Movie Review
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Part of the B-Movie Collection from Boulevard Entertainment, featuring 12 of the most kitsch and memorable B-Movie titles ever made. Collect all 12 single titles to reveal iconic spine art work. Movie producer Harry Sleerik wants to recreate the notorious Crippen High killings for the big screen using some of the school’s original employees to play themselves. But filming starts to go horribly wrong when, one by one, cast and crew begin to disappear. The local cops are baffled, so two of the movie’s young stars team up and launch an investigation of their own. Slowly but surely gruesome similarities between murderous fact and movie fiction begin to emerge, finally leading the pair down a mysterious tunnel to a macabre room and the horrifying answer to the unsolved slaughter at Crippen High.
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Return to Horror High
George Clooney, Richard Brestoff, Vince Edwards, Al Fann,
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