The Skin Trade (2014) Movie

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In the dark of night, there are things that hunt the hunters...

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  2. Horror
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Randi Wade's world is spiraling into a dark labyrinth of secrets and lies. Her only friend is keeping something from her. Innocent victims are being savagely attacked and left for dead, all but their skins. There is an eerie connection between the crime scenes and her own father's murder nearly 20 years before, unsolved to this day. Despite this, Chief of Police Joe Urquhart, her father's former partner and best friend, beckons her to drop the case, drop everything. Is he protecting her, or something else? As the case unfolds, Randi is pulled ever closer to realizing her darkest fear: that werewolves do exist, and they'll do anything necessary to keep their secrets safe in this once quiet town...Even if it means killing their own. All the while, an eccentric but powerful family watches closely from inside the black iron gates of Blackstone Manor, as the horrendous truth behind it all begins to bubble toward the top. Based on the World Fantasy Award Winning Novella by George R.R. Martin. Barry Schumacher Plot not found


- The werewolf novella "The Skin Trade," was originally published way back when in Night Visions 5, a 1989 horror fiction compilation, with three short stories by Stephen King, three by Dan Simmons, and The Skin Trade by George R. R. Martin. The book has also been issued, with the same seven stories, under the titles Dark Love and, due to its popularity among the collection: The Skin Trade. "The Skin Trade" also appears in Quartet: Four Tales from the Crossroads and Dreamsongs: Volume II.