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Dante's Cove

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Horror, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:September 1, 2006
Cast:William Gregory Lee, Tracy Scoggins, Gregory Michael, Charlie David, Stephanie Arellano
Director:Sam Irvin
Producer:Sylvia Gasper
Writer:Michael Costanza, Michael Oblowitz
Distributor:Regent Releasing

Description: The sexy, young residents of a peaceful beachside town are plunged into a world of intrigue, secrets and shifting romantic ties when their town's sinister, supernatural past comes alive. Fleeing an unhappy home life, Kevin is excited about moving in with his lover, Toby, at a beachside apartment complex, the Hotel Dante. However, the young tenants of the old hotel soon suspect that its supernatural and sinister past may be alive and well. Lesbian goth Van, party girl Amber, and slacker Cory are among those who attempt to solve the mystery as the door has been opened to a world of evil forces that wreak havoc in the hip beach town.

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