Lost Place (2013)

Director
Thorsten Klein

Main cast
François Goeske; Anatole Taubman; Josefine Preuß; Jytte-Merle Böhrnsen; Pit Bukowski

Genres
Mystery, Thriller, Horror

Description
While on a GPS treasure hunt in the Palatinate forest four teenagers come across an old US military radio tower station. Back in the days of the Cold War it was part of a secret military program that produced horrific side effects, but has long since abandoned. Until now, when the station is mysteriously powered up again.


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