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Staunton Hill

Staunton Hill
Directed by G. Cameron Romero
Produced by David Rountree
Written by David Rountree
Starring Kathy Lamkin
Cristen Coppen
David Rountree
Kiko Ellsworth
Christine Carlo
Paula Rhodes
B.J. Hendricks
Charlie Bodin
Music by Jesper Kyd
Cinematography Andrew Mclean
Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment
Release dates
  • October 6, 2009 (2009-10-06)
Country United States
Language English

Staunton Hill is an American horror film starring Kathy Lamkin, Cristen Coppen, David Rountree, Kiko Ellsworth, Christine Carlo, Paula Rhodes, B.J. Hendricks, Charlie Bodin, Cooper Huckabee, Sherry Weston, and directed by G. Cameron Romero.

Plot

In 1969, a group of friends travel through Virginia on their way to Washington, D.C. to participate in protest rallies. They hitchhike to a small rural community and meet Quintin who offers them a ride. While on the backroads, Quintin's truck overheats and they are forced to walk. As night falls they reach a farm and spend the night in a barn. The next morning, they meet the farm's inhabitants and the young travelers get the terrible feeling that something is wrong

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