Aftermath DVD

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Region 2 DVD (may not be viewable outside Europe).

Description

It’s the beginning of the end. When the USA become embroiled in World War 3 a young doctor named Hunter survives the nuclear attack and is thrown together by happenstance with a group of wounded and frightened victims. Together they try to survive the nuclear holocaust in a makeshift shelter, but time and food is running out…and something evil is waiting outside.

Product Details

Region:
  • 2
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Studio:
  • Mandala Films
Certificate:
  • 18

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