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By Chris Lackey,Chad Fifer,Ian Culbard

at the run from the mob, a trio of 1920's Chicago Jazz musicians take a role from an aged reverend, enjoying for what they suspect is his wife's funeral within the backwoods of Illinois. regrettably, the funeral is de facto an complicated cult ritual to elevate the spirit of an evil sorcerer who quickly starts elevating the useless and terrorizing the blameless townsfolk. With monsters, moonshiners and mobsters on their path, the chums needs to draw upon their quite a few abilities to prevent this evil, shop the townspeople and break out with their lives.

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