Five Nights at Freddys London film premiere 2023
Mike Schmidt, a night guard at a local diner, becomes troubled after confronting the truth about the animatronic costumes that reside: they aren't just robots. They are alive. Will he be able to survive all five nights at this haunted diner? Or is something more sinister at play?
Five Nights at Freddys London Premieres null
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- Release in Cinemas: 2023-10-27
- Runtime: 110 minutes
- directors: Emma Tammi
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