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Rated R · 100 min. · 2010

Suspense/Thriller

Haunted by memories of his ex-girlfriend Alice, a heartbroken Billy returns home to Northern Virginia seeking solace from old friends. But what he finds there is more disconcerting than comforting: his best friend Stanley has become unstable, mysterious, and withdrawn from those around him. Billy teams up with another old friend, Stanley's roommate Christian, to find out what's going on, and as they probe Stanley's recent activities, their friend's behavior seems more and more bizarre and frightening. The discovery of blood-stained evidence among Stanley's possessions pulls them deeper into their friend's nightmare -- and eventually leads to a violent confrontation that not everyone will survive.

Official Site: www.kalamitymovie.com
Director: James M. Hausler
Writer: James M. Hausler
Producer: Juliana Penaranda-Loftus
Cast: Nick Stahl, Jonathan Jackson, Christopher M. Clark, Beau Garrett, Robert Forster and Alona Tal

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