Eyam (2013)

Director
Scout Tafoya

Main cast
Sophie Chernin; Jacquelin Voegtlin; Josh White; Brett Glauser; Lina Pearson

Genres
Horror, Drama

Description
After the plague kills everyone they know, seven camp counselors quarantined themselves at the Quaker camp where they've spent every summer of their lives. Three months later, their sanity hangs by a thread. When something happens to upset the balance they've spent months establishing, they question their religious beliefs, their friendships and trust in each other, and whether there's anything else out there...waiting in the woods.


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