PRODUCTION NOTES

SINKHOLE was partially shot in Centralia, Pennsylvania, an area that was abandoned in the sixties after the coal mines underneath it caught fire. The fires have been burning ever since and are estimated to continue for another five hundred years. The crevasses in the film are real sinkholes that were created when underground tunnels collapsed after the fires hollowed them out.

A salesman approaches a mysterious landowner with an offer to buy the man’s smoldering abandoned coalmines but finds something far more horrifying than a mine fire to contend with

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HD (1080p, 24fps)

Dolby Digital, Stereo

16:9

USA

DigiBeta, HDCAM, DVD, Blu-Ray