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After Dark Horrorfest: Nightmare Man

Rating:R (for horror violence, gore, some sexuality/nudity and language)
Genre:Horror
Release Date:November 9, 2007
Running time:89 minutes
Cast:Gwen Davis, Robert Donovan, James Ferris, Blythe Metz, Richard Moll
Director:Rolfe Kanefsky
Producer:Rolfe Kanefsky, Victor Kanefsky, Esther Goodsten, Frederico Lapenda
Writer:Rolfe Kanefsky
Distributor:After Dark Films

Description: After receiving a mysterious mask, Ellen Morris believes she was attacked by an evil being she calls "Nightmare Man". Her husband, Bill, believes she is crazy. On their way to the mental hospital their car breaks down and Bill goes to get gas, leaving Ellen alone. When Nightmare Man appears, Ellen takes off into the woods, unsure whether she is hallucinating or not. She stumbles upon a cabin filled with friends who unknowingly becoming prey the moment Ellen steps inside.

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