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There's something endearingly quaint and old-fashioned about the new indie horror flick The Black Waters of Echo's Pond
. There's also something painfully familiar and frequently amateurish about it as well, so those things sort of cancel one another out. But if you're interested in seeing (yet another) horror flick with a plot (and several actors) you've seen before, then I suppose this scrappy low-budgeter could work, provided you've a high tolerance for ripe performances, overlong (and over-lit) conversations, and (finally) a handful of creepy / gory / sloppy dispatches. We open with a flashback that tells us the following: the Pagan god Pan resides within a recently-unearthed ... board game of some...
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