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Slumber

MA15+

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Welcome to the original nightmare...

Haunted by the mysterious nocturnal death of her younger brother, Alice, a sleep doctor, is forced to abandon her scientific mindset after agreeing to help a family who suffers from a traumatic form of parasomnia. Little does she know, they are in fact being tortured by a demonic entity that feeds on the weak during their sleep, sadistically separating its victims from their surroundings. To survive and save the family, Alice must fight to stay awake and out of the clutches of the dark spirit.

Release Date 20 June 2018
Running Time 1hr 24m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences
Cast Maggie Q, Will Kemp, Sylvester McCoy, Sam Troughton
Director Jonathan Hopkins

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