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Ginger Snaps Back

Rating:R (for violence and some language)
Genre:Horror, Action/Adventure
Release Date:January 1, 2004
Running time:94 minutes
Cast:Katharine Isabelle, Emily Perkins, Janet Kidder, Eric Johnson, Tatiana Maslany
Director:Grant Harvey
Producer:Paula Devonshire, Grant Harvey, Steven Hoban
Writer:Stephen Massicotte, Christina Ray
Distributor:Lions Gate

Description: Sisters Brigitte and Ginger find themselves stuck in the wilderness of 19th century Canada. They find refuge in a traders' fort, where they're surrounded by an eclectic group of near insane explorers and traders. The girls' sanctuary turns terrifying when the fort comes under attack by savage werewolves. A mysterious Indian hunter may be the girls' only hope against the beasts, but complications ensue when one of the girls is bitten by a werewolf.

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