More Deadly Vines and Entombed!


Entombed + More Deadly Vines


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Entombed stars Laura Giglio as an archeologist who has been knocked unconscious, tied up and left to suffocate in an Egyptian tomb. Will her boyfriend find her in time or will she die gasping for air?

More Deadly Vines stars Pamela Sutch and Laura Giglio in this sequel to the short Deadly Vines that appears on the Witch of Powell Forest video. It starts with Laura having nightmares about being attacked by living vines and continues with Darcy (Pam) receiving seeds which she plants and which quickly grow to become vines that attack her. Will the women survive or will the vines kill them both?

(45 min.)

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