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  1. 90 minutes. Country. United States. Language. English. Desolation is a 2018 American thriller film written by Matthew McCarty and Craig Walendziak, directed by David Moscow and starring Dominik García-Lorido, Brock Kelly and Raymond J. Barry .

    • Gregory Thomas, David Harris, Luke Edwards, Todd Remis
    • David Moscow
    • Matthew McCarty, Craig Walendziak
  2. 23 gen 2018 · As the threats become more and more real, Katie is forced to confront her mental health and fight the desire to mortally end her psychological torment. A lot of what Desolation has to offer is genuinely creepy. A little girl ( Cailey Fleming) roams the halls, taunting Katie over an event from her past.

  3. Director: Sam Patton. Producer: Mara Barr, Lauren Bates, Kim Patton, Sam Patton. Writer: Matt Anderson, Michael Larson-Kangas. Release Date (Theaters): Jan 26, 2018 limited. Release Date...

    • (12)
    • January 26, 2018
    • Sam Patton
    • Drama, Mystery & thriller
  4. Movie Info. After being whisked away to Los Angeles by a handsome Hollywood star, Katie is left alone in his apartment, where strange and scary things begin to happen. Genre: Mystery & thriller....

    • (9)
    • Raymond J. Barry
    • David Moscow
    • Salem Street Entertainment
  5. 22 dic 2017 · Rotten Tomatoes Indie. 2.22M subscribers. 87K views 5 years ago. Desolation Trailer #1 (2018): Check out the new trailer starring Raymond J. Barry, Dominik García-Lorido, and Brock Kelly! Be...

    • 2 min
    • 87,4K
    • Rotten Tomatoes Indie
  6. 15 dic 2017 · Desolation: Directed by Sam Patton. With Toby Nichols, Jaimi Paige, Alyshia Ochse, Claude Duhamel. A mother takes her son and her best friend on a trip into remote wilderness to scatter his father's ashes; they must confront their fears when a lone hiker begins following them.

  7. 26 gen 2018 · Reviews. Jan 25, 2018 5:55pm PT. Film Review: ‘Desolation’. A potentially intriguing premise gets a maladroit execution in a thriller that's more befuddling than exciting. By Joe Leydon.