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The Town That Dreaded Sundown (20-Sep-2014)

Director: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon

Writers: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa; Earl E. Smith

Keywords: Horror, Serial Killer

Remake of the 1976 film of the same name follows the town of Texarkana as they are terrorized by a series of murders decades after a serial killer's disappearance.

ABSTRACT
Remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976). The so-called "Moonlight Murders" terrorized the twin towns of Texarkana, Arkansas and Texarkana, Texas in the 1940s; in the present day, the towns commemorate that unfortunate portion of their history with drive-in showings of 1976's The Town That Dreaded Sundown, a cult film about the events. The killings resume when a copycat attempts to murder young man Corey and date Jami at one such showing, leading a traumatized Jami to investigate the incident for herself after managing to escape as the denizens of Texarkana fear sundown once more.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anthony Anderson
Actor
15-Aug-1970   Kangaroo Jack, Barbershop
Veronica Cartwright
Actor
20-Apr-1950   Alien
Spencer Treat Clark
Actor
24-Sep-1987   Unbreakable
Gary Cole
Actor
20-Sep-1956   Bill in Office Space
Danielle Harris
Actor
1-Jun-1977   Halloween 4
Edward Herrmann
Actor
21-Jul-1943 31-Dec-2014 Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls
Ed Lauter
Actor
30-Oct-1940 16-Oct-2013 Character actor
Joshua Leonard
Actor
17-Jun-1975   The Blair Witch Project
Denis O'Hare
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Larry Harvey on American Horror Story

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