Half Moon

(2010) Not-Rated

Q: When Does "Half Moon" Come out on DVD? A: The official US DVD release date for "Half Moon" has been set for March 8, 2011.

Half Moon

Synopsis:

Rose is a down-on-her-luck prostitute who’s short on cash.  When she hears of a mysterious client named Jacob who pays a large sum of money for one night in a hotel, she goes against her better judgment and takes the assignment.  At the hotel, Jacob proves to be a strange client: he’s willing to pay up front, and more interested in honest conversation than anything else.  Then, just as Rose begins to feel at ease, she learns that her latest trick is about to undergo a transformation by the light of the full moon – and she’s about find herself trapped in close quarters with a terrifying monster. This taut and clever supernatural horror film breaks genre conventions by building realistic characters and erotic tension as it cranks up the suspense.  Featuring Shellie Chapman (aka adult film sensation Tori Black) in a breakout role as Rose, Half Moon will sink its fangs into you and not let you go till its bloody, hair-raising climax.

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US DVD Release Date March 8, 2011
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Complete Movie Details

Run time 80 Minutes
DVD Release Date March 8, 2011
Actors Tori Black, Steve Crest, Marek Matousek, Torey D. Sutton, Shauna Lenne, Candice Nicole
Director Jason Toler
Studio Breaking Glass Pictures
MPAA Not-Rated (Unrated)
Genre(s) Horror

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