A film we’ve been following for quite sometime is the Australian horror film Prey, which even was praised for leaving a heavy lesbian scene intact. The latest controversy comes in the new trailer, which doesn’t display a director (neither does the production website). The IMDB page now lists Oscar D’Roccster as the man behind the camera. Interesting. In the film, three couples, one from the USA and two from Australia, are about to learn the horrible truth about what happens when your 4WD holiday goes horribly wrong. In the desert, in the night, in the dark.
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This Week in Horror - June 26, 2017 - The Evil Within 2, Jason...
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