A Crack in the Floor

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A Crack in the Floor
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Directed by Sean Stanek
Corbin Timbrook
Written by Sean Stanek
Starring Mario Lopez
Gary Busey
Bo Hopkins
Rance Howard
Tracy Scoggins
Distributed by Norris Johnson Productions
Odyssey Video
Release date
  • 2001 (2001)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Crack in the Floor (2001) is a horror film directed by Sean Stanek and Corbin Timbrook.[1]


For the past 33 years Jeremiah Hill (Roger Hewlett) has lived alone, with no contact with the outside world, and he intends to keep it that way. Jeremiah's mother (Tracy Scoggins) had always warned him not to associate with the outside world, and her brutal rape and killing right before his eyes taught him a lesson he intends never to forget; and those who enter his world will pay a deadly price. As Lehman (Mario Lopez) and his five friends from Los Angeles start their weekend camping trip they run into Tyler Trout (Gary Busey) and Floyd Fryed (Rance Howard) who represent the gateway into this distorted world that they are about to enter. These things just don't happen in the small mountain town of Sheriff Talmidge (Bo Hopkins) and Deputy Kevin Gordon (Stephen Saux). By stumbling upon this lonely cabin in the woods, the men have shattered 33 years of solitude in Jeremiah's world. Soon their weekend trip of hiking and camping will become a nightmare of survival.



  1. ^ "A Crack in the Floor". The New York Times. Archived from the original on March 7, 2016.

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